Happy Folklore day, Swifties!
On Friday (July 24), Taylor Swift dropped her surprise eighth album with less than 24 hours notice, sending Swifties around the globe deep into their feelings over her thoughtful, incisive storytelling. And now that you’ve had time to digest the LP’s 16 exquisite tracks in full, Billboard wants to know where you think Folklore ranks in the superstar’s storied, ever-growing discography.
Is 2012’s transitional, pop-driven fan favorite Red the T. Swift album you love the most? Are you obsessed with the dark cityscapes of 2017’s Reputation or booming pop of 2014’s 1989? Are you still wrapped up in the warm glow of 2019’s Lover or have you traded that album for Swift’s latest cozy “Cardigan”?
Perhaps the album that means the most to you is an earlier, country-driven entry in the pop star’s dynamic body of work like 2008’s Fearless or 2010’s Speak Now? Or does Folklore already reign supreme over everything that came before it?
Vote for your favorite Taylor Swift album in Billboard‘s official poll below and let your voice be heard!