Taylor Swift has made some major musical buddies over the years. She’s had some pretty big acts featuring on her songs, including Ed Sheeran and Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody.
Now, we all know Taylor is a colossal star in her own right, so, of course, it makes sense that other acts would want to feature on her tracks – who wouldn’t? But equally interesting, is what songs Taylor herself has featured on.Here’s a list of our fave Taylor Swift appearances.
6. That’s What You Get – Paramore
Here, performing one of the biggest tracks on her band’s second album, “That’s What You Get”, Paramore’s Hayley Williams is the epitome of the term ‘rock chick’. Taylor Swift, however, sticks to her country-girl look (it was 2011 after all), and comes bouncing onto the stage with her used-to-be signature curls and a cute purple dress.
And we totally love it.
5. My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up) – Fall Out Boy
Since their return to the music scene, Fall Out Boy have been massive. Pair that up with a performance at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show and you have a pretty big deal.
Cue Taylor in a Britain-inspired outfit, looking fierce and harmonising with Patrick Stump.
It’s like a dream.
4. Both Of Us – B.O.B.
Tay-Tay doesn’t just do rock features; she can do hip hop too. Her sweet voice is the perfect combo with B.O.B.’s straight-talking rap with angsty undertones. Not to mention she looks amazing in this video.
3. Two Is Better Than One – Boys Like Girls
Boys Like Girls are talented lyricists, just like our girl, Taylor, and this song is downright heart-melting. Swoon-worthy. Daydream-inducing. And Taylor sounds perfect on it.
Besides that, this little video for the song is way too cute.
2. Highway Don’t Care – Tim McGraw
She did title a song after him, so it just seems logical for her to feature on at least one of McGraw’s tracks. It’s a beautiful country mash-up and we can’t get enough.
1. Half Of My Heart – John Mayer
These two had a fling of sorts in 2009 before the whole thing fell apart and Taylor, doing what she did best, and wrote the song “Dear John” about the messy break up.
Good news is, though, this song was the product of their fleeting pairing.
Which one do you like best? Let us know what you think.