Taylor Swift’s music has been scientifically proven to save lives.
As per The American Heart Association (AHA) Swift’s 2019 song The Man has the perfect tempo to perform CPR to.
The AHA stated that the song has 110 beats per minute which the association claimed was the perfect pace to perform compressions on the chest.
This revelation came after the organisation took to Instagram to urge people to "Be The Man" and take prompt action in the event an individual collapses.
"If you see a teen or adult collapse, call 911, then push hard and fast in the center of the chest. A song with 100-120 beats per minute – like Taylor Swift’s "The Man" – can help you keep the right rhythm," the caption said.
The singer’s work joined other famed songs that consist of 100-120 beats per minute like Bee Gees’ Stayin’ Alive, Crazy in Love by Beyoncé and ABBA’s Dancing Queen.
The development comes hot in the heels of Swift’s Eras Tour as the singer has been performing in sold out shows across America.
Her most recent performance was at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough where she gave her followers a rare glimpse into her life before she proceeded to belt out to a newer song.
Swift said, "I’ve just never been this happy in my life, in all aspects of my life ever before. And I just want to thank you for being a part of that."
She continued, "I don’t know, it’s not just the tour. I just sort of feel like my life finally feels like it makes sense."
"So, I thought I’d play this song, which brings me a lot of really happy memories," she said as she proceeded to sing Question…? from her latest album, Midnights.