The album produced four chart-topping singles in the US and began what would become a string of commercially successful albums which solidified the singer as Columbia Records highest selling act.
Carey and Boyz II Men spent a record sixteen weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 in 1995–1996 with "One Sweet Day," which remains the longest-running number-one song in US chart history.
She continued to have success in music, with her albums Hilary Duff (2004) and Most Wanted (2005) achieving Platinum status in the United States.
Following the release of her fourth studio album, Dignity (2007), Duff released a greatest hits album and parted ways with Hollywood Records.
During this time, she was an avid athlete and became an All-American in track and field.
After high school, she developed her interest and love for modelling and acting, which allowed her to travel across the world.
Swift and Maack have known each other since Swift was ten days old and have stayed close—there are grainy home videos of the two romping around a crib together and, more recently, photos of them sitting side by side at the 2014 Grammys.BY NOW YOU KNOW that the past few years have been extraordinary ones in the life of Taylor Swift.Even if you have only casual knowledge of Swift’s music—there may be six or seven souls left on the planet who can’t sing all the words to “Shake It Off”—you’re aware that Swift has become not only one of the most successful recording artists ever, but also an unrivaled power broker who has prevailed in a volatile media economy and brought today’s music overlords to heel.Charie Van Dyke (born December 10, 1965) is a former actor and model, the current president and co-owner of New Image College of Fine Arts, and a producer, known for The Clean-Up (2014), Famine (2011), and Star Vehicle (film) (2010).At a young age, she followed her parents, Charlotte and Bill, to Los Angeles, California, where she continued her high school education.Swift’s 2015 stare-down of Apple—she declined to put her hit album on Apple’s nascent streaming-music service when the company said it would not pay artists during its initial launch; Apple changed its policy immediately and paid everyone—was a seismic example of a single artist’s toppling corporate might.