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Style - Taylor Swift



tempo: 95 bpm

bpm range: 90 to 95 bpm95 to 100 bpm

the DJ's take: Nice elevator music for a multi-floor A&F store (or for a future GAP/Old Navy ad campaign). I remember riding on an Amtrak train when 1989 came out, and these two tween girls sitting in front of me kept singing the hook over and over again. Just goes to show that Taylor Swift is everywhere.

If you're staying key-compatible, this could sound good with Despacito and Adorn. Some other tracks from 90 to 95 bpm worth mixing / mashing up with:


And between 95 and 100:

The One - The Chainsmokers
Same Old Love - Selena Gomez

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