1989 beats Frozen as 2014’s top selling album! Swiftmas revealed! New Year’s Eve promos!

Sorry to say this but… Let it go, Frozen.

The Blonde With The Sparkly 1989 Microphone took the lead selling 3.66 million copies according to Nielsen Music, reported Billboard. Frozen ended with a respectable 3.53 million. That’s still very impressive. The juggernaut that is 1989 just needed three months to overcome that amount in the official 2014 tracking year (from December 30, 2013 until December 28, 2014).  You can read the full story on Billboard.

On other impressive news, T-Swizzle revealed a Behind The Scenes clip of her gift-giving gig known as Swiftmas. Take it away, Sparkly Dressed!

Watch on YouTube

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who tends to mix in a line or two from Tay Sway’s catalog onto other songs even when I’m the only one that thinks that’s funny, we would like to wish everyone a happy new year in advance. Lucky fans that are going to be at New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest to see Taylor Swift perform tonight, please don’t forget the video feature in your camera setting 😉 The Sparkly Dressed is expected to perform “Welcome to New York” and “Shake It Off”.

Yes, we still have to wait for a full concert. Darn it. Don’t be sad, here’s something shiny! I mean, errr… Promo clip time!

Watch on YouTube

And the year just flew by. It’s been a bit of a rocky one, but a positive one overall. Regarding this blog, I want to thank all my readers that continued to follow the news via my ramblings and rantings. I’ve got a couple of ideas for 2015 but as always, it’s still just one guy here and there’s always an offline life that I simply refuse to abandon. As always, thank you for your readership this year and I hope to keep informing you next year, in a way that will remain biased but hopefully funny enough to read. Happy New Year! 🙂

Bonus promo clip! Because, reasons.

Watch on YouTube

Also, just around the block, Taylor is nominated for the People’s Choice Awards for Favorite Female ArtistFavorite Pop Artist and Favorite Song for “Shake It Off” on January 7.

Coming up on the Calendar!

(Sources: BillboardTaylor Swift via YouTube)

3 thoughts on “1989 beats Frozen as 2014’s top selling album! Swiftmas revealed! New Year’s Eve promos!

  1. Richard G Goers

    I have been following you for a few years now. You do an excellent job of staying current on all of TS activities – which can be daunting at times!

    Thank you for all of your time & effort devoted to your blog. Happy New Year!

    Rich

  2. Thank YOU so much for all you do with this blog. I always look forward to the next post! I know a blog takes a lot of work and a lot of time. I just want you to know you are very much appreciated, and want to wish you a very Happy New Year! 2015 is going to be awesome! So excited for the 1989 Tour!
    Thank you again!! You so rock!
    Lbmill77077

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