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9 October 2013, 12:37 | Updated: 9 October 2013, 12:46
The '22' singer is once again honoured by the US city following her success over the past 12 months.
Taylor Swift has picked up the Nashville Songwriters Association International's songwriter and artist of the year for the sixth time this week.
The 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer was honoured for the number of top 30 singles she achieved between July 2012-2013.
It's a record sixth time the star has been awared the nod, overtaking Vince Gill and Alan Jackson – who both won five times.
It was also revealed that the six awards will be showcased at the Taylor Swift Education Centre at the Country Music Hall Of Fame and Museum in Nashville from Saturday (12th October).
Meanwhile, Taylor has recently announce details of the UK leg of her 'Red' world tour.
The 'Begin Again' singer will perform five shows at London's O2 Arena in February 2014.