Hear the Taylor Swift Approved '1989' Mashup

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Taylor Swift performs live in Times Square on Good Morning America on October 30, 2014.

Taylor Swift has declared herself "OBSESSED" with one mashup of her 1989 tracks, "Blank Space" and "Style."

Posted by Nashville-based singer Louisa Wendorff, and featuring Devin Dawson, the folky, acoustic cover of the songs from Swift's chart-topping 2014 release puts a "He said/She said" spin on the tunes.

Swift shared the video on Dec. 27, days after Wendorff shared the video on her official website on Dec. 23. Prior to her Swift cover, Wendorff posted other cover videos of tracks by Sam Smith, Beyonce and Ed Sheeran.

"I am so thankful for all of your guys' support in walking through this incredible journey with me. It's been a year since I posted 'Kiss Me// XO' and I can't thank you all enough! Constantly overwhelmed by the support," she wrote. "The biggest thanks to my amazing friends and collaborators, Blythe Thomas and Devin Dawson, for their work on this," she continued. "Literally could not have done it without these incredible people."

The thumbs-up from Swift didn't go unnoticed by Wendorff or Dawson, who responded to Swift's positive review on social media.

 

Woke up to this and my hangover just disappeared. Tylenol's got nothin' on you, @taylorswift

A photo posted by Devin Dawson (@zdevin) on Dec 12, 2014 at 11:14am PST

With her video gaining traction after the Swift co-sign, Wendorff shared on her website that she's "stoked to bring you all some new original material in 2015!"