1989 is out, which means behind-the-scenes details about the recording process with Taylor Swift are pouring in.
Recently, Imogen Heap (who co-wrote the emotional ballad "Clean," the album closer) wrote a blog post about her day working with Swift. And for fans of either singer, it's a great peek into how a collaboration comes together.
Heap praises the experience, but shares, "I have to be honest here and say that I ever so slightly had not done my homework on Taylor Swift but had done what I HATE others do of me, which is to pre-judge a person based on assumptions. I had assumed Taylor didn't write too much of her own music (as is the case with many young, extremely successful artists these days who sell a shed load of records), and was likely puppeteered by an aging gang of music executives."