When historians look back at the glorious '10s, they're bound to agree on one thing: that "Blank Space" was one of the great music videos of our time. From the story to the message behind the song, Taylor Swift's tongue-in-cheek hit song was more than a pretty clip: it was a statement. And had tons of statement outfits we needed like, ASAP. The singer, who is often and very unfairly judged for her relationship status, penned the ultimate anthem for anyone accused of dating too much. Basically, anyone could relate. But spinning the persona the media had given her on its head and playing that very character in her music video was a stroke of genius.
The other-worldly annual architecture competition is back for its 2nd year. Regular registration ends Thursday July 23rd. Early bird registration is open until Thursday June 4th. Outer space has always captured the imaginations of the public. New advances in technology including comet landings, the Orion Spacecraft, and large scale social experiments leading to exploration of Mars mean that outer space is no longer a place only astronauts will get to experience — but something you and I can experience within our lifetimes For a long time, the fantastical visions of space exploration have been rooted in the scifi proposals of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Ring worlds, death stars and space colonies conjure vibrant, psychedelic visions of the future from yesteryear. Since then, advances in space technology have multiplied exponentially. Are these retro visions still the best representations of our future in the stars?
Taylor Swift Lyrics. Nice to meet you, where you been? I could show you incredible things Magic, madness, heaven, sin Saw you there and I thought Oh my God, look at that face You look like my next mistake Love's a game, wanna play?
Swift co-wrote the song with its producers Max Martin and Shellback. Having seen her wholesome girl next door reputation blemished from her dating history with numerous high-profile male celebrities, Swift took inspirations from the constant tabloid gossip on her image for "Blank Space". An electropop song with minimal hip hop -influenced beats, "Blank Space" is an exaggerated, satirical self-referential nod to Swift's image as a seductive and psychopathic woman. It also topped charts in Australia, Canada, and Scotland. Contemporary critics praised the song's minimal production and Swift's songwriting. The song appeared on year-end lists by such publications as Rolling Stone and Time , and earned three nominations at the 58th Grammy Awards , including two "Big Four" categories— Record of the Year and Song of the Year.