Taylor Swift has won Grammy Awards, Country Music Association Awards, Billboard Music Awards, American Music Awards and People’s Choice Awards for her music. As of July 2015, she has had over 480 nominations and won 224 awards. She has also won the Nashville Songwriters Association International Award six times for her songwriting. She was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2010.
Taylor Swift, born on December 13, 1989, is an American songwriter-singer and actress. She debuted in 2006 with her self-titled album at the age of 16. He second album, "Fearless," was released in 2008 and was among the best-selling albums in the United States in 2009. "Speak Now," "Red" and "1989" are other albums of Taylor Swift.
As of July 2015, she has won seven Grammy Awards. She won her first Grammy in 2010 under categories "Album of the Year" and "Best Country Album" for "Fearless." She won two more Grammy awards in the same year under "Best Female Country Vocal Performance" and "Best Country Song" for her song "White Horse." "Mean" from her third album won her two Grammy awards in 2012 under "Best Country Solo Performance" and "Best Country Song."
As of August 2015, she has won 25 Teen Choice Awards, eight People's Choice Awards, 11 Country Music Association Awards, 16 American Music Awards and eight Academy of Country Music Awards.