Taylor Swift is sharing a heartfelt post to fans on the 13th anniversary of her debut self-titled album.
The country singer turned popstar could have never imagined the success she has now and is crediting fans for helping her stay humble all these years later.
Posting two photos documenting her journey, Swift shared one snap from the early days of her career and another from a recent sold-out show.
Reliving an interview she gave after dropping her first album on Oct. 24, 2006, Swift wrote, "I said in an interview 13 years ago 'I'm just hoping that I have a second album that does as well as the first and someday get to be a headliner, and always be the same person that I started out as.'
Addressing her Swifties, the Grammy-winning singer added, "Scrolling through your posts today has me feeling all the feelings & I want to thank you. Because of you, there was a 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th and 7th album."
She continued by crediting the fans all over the world for her career.
"You guys made me into a headliner because you wanted to see me play. And your support all these years is what’s helped me stay true to that kid I was when I started out," she wrote and also hashtagged, "#13yearsoftaylorswift."
In the first picture, a young Swift is playing on a stage in Nashville with barely anyone in the audience. The second, shows the super successful musician playing to a sold-out arena.
Remember This Baby?
Swift has had unimaginable success with her career and a loyal fanbase to boot.
She began as a country singer and had two smash hits right off the bat. "Tim McGraw" peaked at number 6 on Billboard's Hot Songs chart, followed by "Teardrops on My Guitar," which hit number 2.
She was just 16 years old at the time.
The blonde beauty eventually made the move to popstar with her 2014 album, "1989."
She's since performed sold-out arenas all over the globe and sang with the biggest stars in music.
Happy 13 years of Taylor Swift, y'all!