We already know Taylor Swift is a little bit country.
Now, she's set to prove that she's also a little bit pop.
During a much-hyped Yahoo Live Stream today, the superstar said she will soon come out with her "very first, documented, official pop album." It will be titled "1989," the year Swift was born.
"The inspiration behind the record, I was listening to a lot of late-80s pop,” said Swift, noting the period “was a time of just limitless potential; wear what you want, be who you want, love who you want."
The album will feature 13 special polaroids, such as the one that graces the cover (above).
"I like to work on albums for two years because two years gives you enough time to grow and change,” Taylor added. “I woke up every single day that I was recording this record not wanting, but needing to make a new style of music that I had never made before."
The new CD will be available on October 27, but the new music video for "Shake It Off" is available right now:
The artist also deemed the project “my favorite album I ever made,” along with the “most sonically cohesive."
We're not sure what that means. But we can't wait to hear it!