“I made that b***h famous”: Kanye West Trolled Taylor Swift, 8 Years Later She Has Beat the Rap God in ‘100 Best Albums of All Time’ Ranking

Taylor Swift beats Kanye West in Apple Music's 100 Best Albums of All Time list rankings.

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  • Taylor Swift and Kanye West have a rocky relationship which started from 2009 VMAs.
  • The latter dissed the songstress in his 2016 song but the tables have turn.
  • The singer beat West in the rankings game as her 1989 album ranks above his fifth album in Apple Music's 100 Best Albums of All Time list.
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Taylor Swift has become a global popstar thanks to her quirky yet relatable songs, which continue to leave fans hooked. While the songstress has already made her comeback with the Tortured Poets Department, her old albums are still making an impact globally. And now, one of her old albums helped her in taking sweet revenge on her long-time foe, Kanye West. 

Taylor Swift in a still from Hannah Montana: The Movie (2012)
Taylor Swift in a still from Hannah Montana: The Movie (2012)

If you’re into music, West and Swift’s feud is the one thing that one cannot miss. But, the new update makes it intriguing as the Blank Space singer has already beat the latter in Apple Music’s 100 Best Albums of All Time list. 

Taylor Swift is Way Ahead of Kanye West in the 100 Best Albums of All Time List

The global sensation, Taylor Swift has reigned the music charts numerous times over the years with her music that has transcended boundaries. It is all thanks to her exceptional songwriting skills, that made her music not only relatable but also emotionally resonated with audiences, giving a personal touch despite addressing the masses. 


Just like she made countless hearts hers, she too faced rocky relationships with several personalities including Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband, Kanye West. 

Kanye West in the music video for All Day
Kanye West in the music video for All Day

It all started when the Rap God ambushed the Red singer’s acceptance speech when she won the Video of the Year trophy at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards(VMAs). Although he later apologized for his actions, he stirred trouble once again when he released the Famous track in 2016. 

The Runaway singer recites on the fourth verse of the track, 


For all my Southside n—-s who will know me best / I feel like me and Taylor might still have s-x / Why, I made that b-tch famous / God damn / I made that b-tch famous.

That surely ticked Swifties off but looks like they have already taken their revenge in a pretty Switfie fashion! As per Pop Base posted on their X account, Apple Music has unveiled their ‘100 Best Albums of All Time’ list which features her 1989 album (Taylor’s Version) on the 18th spot. Check out the tweet here. 

Whereas, Ye’s 2010 album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy secures the 26th spot. Staying in the top 20 list not only showcases the fan following and influence she has on pop culture but is also a testament to her musical charms. 


Why Does Taylor Swift Have Bad Blood With Kanye West

Swift in a still from Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour. | Credit: Taylor Swift Productions.
Swift in a still from Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour. | Credit: Taylor Swift Productions.

Their bad blood stems from strings of public incidents that started at the 2009 MTV VMAs. Back in the VMAs, West interrupted Swift’s acceptance speech, claiming that Beyoncé deserved the award instead.

That moment made major headlines in the media, leading to significant backlash against the rapper whereas the Amsterdam star received support from the public and celebrities alike. 

However, he has already apologized for the same multiple times but things went bad again due to several other incidents, in particular West’s Famous song. Following its release, the singer and her representatives claimed that she did not approve of those derogatory lyrics.


That incident also involved West’s now ex-wife who shared an alleged phone call between the artists to prove that they discussed the track ahead of its release. 

However, Swift’s rep insisted that a phone call did happen in which Kanye West also asked her to release the song on her Twitter account, which she declined to do” via PEOPLEIn response to the controversy, she released her 2017 album, Look What You Made Me Do which many implied was her answer to the ex-couple. Since then, the trio has continued to reference their relationship on several occasions. 


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