One of the most popular women in the music industry, Taylor Swift, has recently released another smash hit called "The Man", but this time, she has taken the concept of reinventing herself to a whole new level by actually becoming "The Man" that she's referring to.

And as good as she looks, it's pretty strange because she looks unrecognizable...

Keep scrolling to see the incredible transformation process.

For those of you that don't know, this is Taylor Swift.

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Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989, in Pennsylvania, to Andrea and Scott Kingsley Swift.

She started her career in the music industry pretty early.

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After catching the eye of Scott Borchetta, a Dreamworks Records executive at the time, she was signed to Big Machine Records which was a newly found independent label.

And she found fame almost instantly.

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Taylor released her self-titled debut album, in 2006 and received a whole array of positive reviews from music critics including a glowing piece by The New York Times describing it as "a small masterpiece of pop-minded country, both wide-eyed and cynical, held together by Ms. Swift's firm, pleading voice."

The album sold 39,000 copies in its first week.

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Not a bad job for an eighteen-year-old newbie writing her own cutesy material.

But her second album was the one that really blew up for her.

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With hits like "Love Story" and "White Horse", Taylor found herself being propelled to superstardom and the album debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart.

And fast forward ten years, she has now achieved accolades that only artists dream about.

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IMDB describes Swift as "a multi-Grammy award-winning American singer/songwriter who, in 2010 at the age of 20, became the youngest artist in history to win the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. In 2011 Swift was named Billboard's Woman of the Year. She also has been named the American Music Awards Artist of the Year, as well as the Entertainer of the Year for both the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music, among many other accolades. As of this writing, she is also the top-selling digital artist in music history."

So it's safe to say she has cemented herself in the industry.

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There were a few bumps in the road, but she became a source of inspiration for other young women trying to get into the industry with their own content.

However, where there is good, there is always bad.

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The journey wasn't an easy one, but Swift hardly discussed the dark side of the business, until very recently. She seemed to get sick of keeping up the pretense that everything was okay when behind the scenes, she was struggling with aspects of her personal life.

But even though those difficult times, she managed to produce some quality content.

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We all know Taylor Swift is an amazing songwriter and music producer, but there's one thing she doesn't get enough credit for... Her music videos.

They are visually amazing.

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From "Wildest Dreams" to "Blank Space" to "You Need To Calm Down", it's hard to pick which one is the best.

Remember when the release of "Bad Blood" took things to a whole new level?

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With an all-star cast making cameo appearances throughout the 4-minute clip, it was hard not to become hooked. And don't even get me started on the visuals... They were amazing.

And she received a lot of positive feedback for her efforts.

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She, alongside Joseph Kahn and David Gould, directed the video. The singer decided to put her creative skills to the test and it really paid off. "Bad Blood" has now been viewed over 1.3 billion times since it came out 4 years ago.

However, her latest project saw her take full creative control.

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Taylor recently dropped her new video for "The Man" and after watching it, I am inclined to say that it is her best yet.

The singer has taken reinvention to a whole new level...

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In her documentary, Miss Americana, she explained how women in the industry are expected to keep on reinventing themselves in order to stay relevant.

And she explained how that came at a cost to her...

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She wanted to stick with her original roots, promoting her hand-written love songs, but often found herself conforming to the standards. In her early twenties, she moved from the country vibe into mainstream pop in order to further her career but it came at a cost.

The headlines started becoming more and more negative.

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As time passed, no matter how popular Taylor was, she quickly became one of the most hated artists on our screens and was subjected to immense torment by the media.

But you know what they say: If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.

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After spending years trying to resist the negative press, she ended up giving in to the "psycho" image that they kept promoting thinking it would save her from any further damage...

But in fact, it did the complete opposite.

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Instead, people branded her as "arrogant" and a "try-hard" and noticed her obvious attempts to stay relevant in the industry. At this point, it seemed as though she couldn't do anything right.

So, it was time to take a break.

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And after a year of healing, she came back with a gentle vengeance. And that's where her new music comes into play...

She decided that it was time to use her voice.

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Another aspect of the documentary that she talked about was how she was forced to stay out of political issues, even ones that called her own morals into question.

There was so much she wanted to say... But she didn't.

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However, it all got too much and she decided enough was enough. Regardless of the advice she was given by her management, she decided she was going to use her music as her political voice, standing up for minority groups and the issue of inclusivity.

And we saw examples of this in "You Need To Calm Down" and "Only The Young."

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YNTCD is a song dedicated to the LGBTQ+ community and how they should be proud of their identity while OTY, a pretty new release, emphasizes how the youth have the power to promote political change.

And after those two iconic tracks, we were excited to see what Taylor was going to do next.

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And that's where "The Man" comes in. Keep scrolling to see the full video.

The storyline revolves around sexism.

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After cementing her legacy in the industry, she has now opened up about every sexist issue that has ever irritated her and presented it in a high quality, artistic way.

Let me take you through the video.

She plays a middle-aged, white, upper-class man, literally, and goes through what a typical day would look for him compared to others.

And it's hilarious because it's all true!

I think Taylor Swift needs to secure an Oscar for this performance. Everything, from the costume, the makeup, all the way to the acting is exceptional. She looks completely unrecognizable as you'll see a bit later on.

The clip starts off in the office...

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Where "The Man" is fist-bumping his employees, making them laugh and just generally doing what a typical boss does...

Then we move onto the subway...

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Where "The Man" is smoking and man-spreading like he owns the place, while other passengers are squished together.

He then gets off and looks around...

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Before taking off his pants and peeing against the wall...

The shift now changes to a yacht...

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Where there are lots of bikini-clad girls dancing around the man as he shouts at the other guy who was unfortunate enough to be serving "The Man" champagne...

After a wild night, it pans over to his bedroom...

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And obviously, there is a naked woman in his bed while he is fully dressed, staring at himself in the mirror.

He walks into his bathroom...

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And after checking out his own self-portrait, he starts high-fiving every single weird hand he has stuck on the wall like it's his own personal museum.

The scene changed to the park where "The Man" is sat with his kid...

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And checking out other women, obviously. He picks the child up and starts swinging her around so that the women around him start gushing over his "parenting skills".

Fifty-eight years later...

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He is marrying a young woman, which seems to be a growing trend in the celebrity world.

And the best scene comes at the end...

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It shows "The Man" throwing a tantrum on a tennis court but no one is stopping him.

As the camera keeps zooming out, we see what this is really about...

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Taylor Swift, as herself, is sat in a director's chair as The Man approaches her and asks how the scene was...

You wouldn't believe what she says to him...

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She says "It was pretty good, but could you be sexier, maybe more likable this time?" Yikes!

This was in homage to something someone actually said to her...

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The Man just nods and walks off, ready to re-do the scene again.

And just when you think the video is over...

We get to see a step by step tutorial of how they managed to transform Taylor into "The Man" until she was basically unrecognizable!

Check it out!

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This is just her...

They started off with the hair...

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Bald Taylor is actually quite a look...

She kind of looks like an avatar...

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It's all part of the process...

If you thought she looked scary before...

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Check her out here!

And then the face makeup...

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This is worse than a mugshot...

A nice side shot for you all...

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We're halfway through...

I mean, she could easily play a murderer with this look...

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Oh and a quick side note, the voice of "The Man" is Dwayne Johnson.

And on goes the hair...

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Brown really suits her.

And finally, the suit.

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Voila! The look is complete!

Here's the comparison picture.

She looks amazing doesn't she?

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