With a superstar like Taylor Swift,    countless covers, mash-ups and medleys    of her smash hits are inevitable. But one    mash-up, of Swift’s “Blank Space” and    another 1989standout “Style,” stands high  a  above (most of) the rest. Pieced together by Nashville singer-songwriter Louisa Wendorff, with Devin Dawson, the new folk-driven rendition adds a new layer to each song’s lyrical dynamics. The talented duo even swap the he/she lines of the track, for an even cooler perspective.




Previously, Wendorff had posted her own covers of Sam Smith, Beyonce and Ed Sheeran songs. On her latest recording, she posted on her website: “I am so thankful for all of your guys’ support in walking through this incredible journey with me. It’s been a year since I posted “Kiss Me// XO” and I can’t thank you all enough! Constantly overwhelmed by the support. The biggest thanks to my amazing friends and collaborators, Blythe Thomas and Devin Dawson, for their work on this. Literally could not have done it without these incredible people.”

And for her growing fan base, get ready for a big year. “Stoked to bring you all some new original material in 2015!”

Of course, the reception to Wendorff’s latest creation has been rather overwhelming. “I’ve been happy dancing all day and FREAKING OUT!! so overwhelmed by this. THANK YOU GUYS for getting taylor’s attention!! so blessed,” the singer shared on Facebook over the weekend. She later added, “This. is. wild.”

Listen to Louisa Wendorff's "Blank Space/Style" mashup below. Like Taylor herself, you will become obsessed too.