How Taylor Swift Has Become One Of Music's Most Powerful Women | Run The World
In the inaugural episode of a new Women's History Month video series, Run The World, GRAMMY.com revisits the accomplishments that have made Taylor Swift one of the biggest female artists of all time — including her empowering message at the 2015 GRAMMYs.
With 11 GRAMMYs to her name thus far — including three Album Of The Year trophies, the most of any female solo artist — Taylor Swift has undoubtedly become a powerful force in music since her start in 2006. As a pillar of positivity and inspiration, the "Blank Space" singer is the perfect artist to kick off GRAMMY.com's new limited-run video series Run The World to celebrate Women's History Month. The series (inspired by the iconic Beyoncé song of the same name) is meant to inspire and empower women and gender-expansive people in music.