Taylor Swift Sets a Series of New MTV VMA Records
Taylor Swift just made history at the 2022 MTV VMA’S. In addition to taking home three wins for “Video Of The Year,” “Best Long-Form Video” and “Best Direction,” the global superstar set multiple records this year with “All Too Well: The Short Film,” which she solo directed.
This means that Swift now stands out as “The First Ever Artist To Solo-Direct MTV’s VMA ‘Video of the Year’ Award-Winning Video” and “The First Artist in VMA history to Win Three ‘Video of the Year’ Awards.” She is also “the only female artist to win ‘Best Direction’ twice for directing her own videos.”
Swift’s discography straddles genres, and her narrative songwriting—often inspired by her personal life—has received critical praise and widespread media coverage.
With over 200 million records sold globally, the highly acclaimed singer-songwriter is one of the best-selling musicians of all time. Eight of her songs have topped Billboard’s Hot 100, and her concert tours are some of the highest-grossing in history. She has received 11 Grammy Awards (including three Album of the Year wins), an Emmy Award, 34 American Music Awards (the most for an artist), 29 Billboard Music Awards (the most for a woman) and 58 Guinness World Records, among other accolades.
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