Are you in your folklore Era? Or would you lean more toward your Lover Era? Taylor Swift has unleashed 10 studio albums, each evoking its own theme and journey for listeners. Fans around the world are currently celebrating each album’s distinct Era during the pop star’s global “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour.”
Now, exclusively on Spotify, fans can join in on the fun with My Top 5: Taylor Swift’s Eras. The interactive experience lets listeners curate their top Eras and share their picks with friends on social media.
Here’s how My Top 5: Taylor Swift’s Eras works:
- Ensure your Spotify mobile app is up-to-date with the latest version available in the App store (v8.8.52).
- Visit https://spotify.com/top5 on your mobile device.
- View Taylor Swift’s 10 Eras and then reorder them into a visual display, creating your personal Top 5*.
- After, you’ll receive a personalized digital card (inspired by the poster for the “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour”) to share and compare your Top 5 with friends—and the world—on social.
To make this even more special, Spotify listeners who are eligible will see their personalized Top 5 Taylor Swift Eras according to how they have streamed the star’s tracks on Spotify.
This experience with Taylor Swift isn’t the first time we’ve enabled fan engagement with their favorite artist’s music on Spotify. Fans have also enjoyed My Top 5 experiences with other iconic musicians including The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, ROSALÍA, and BTS.
Drop everything now and share your My Top 5: Taylor Swift’s Eras here.
*This experience is available in 56 markets, including: US, CA, DE, AT, CH, SE, FI, NO, DK, PL, TR, ES, IT, UK, IE, JP, SK, AU, NZ, ID, TH, VN, PH, SG, MY, KH, LA, HK, TW, IN, IQ, SA, EG, QA, JO, OM, LB, KW, MA, LK, BD, PK, BW, BR, MX, BO, CO, EC, PE, VE, CL, AR, PY, UY, FR, NL; and 21 languages, including: English, German, Swedish, Polish, Turkish, Spanish (ES), Spanish (LATAM), Italian, Japanese, Korean, Bahasa Indonesian, Thai, Arabic, Portuguese (BR), French (CA), Finnish, Norwegian, Danish, Vietnamese, French, and Dutch.