Taylor Swift's new single contains a crystal clear Kanye West reference, and it's about to go down. The brothers reacted on Twitter just as the song debuted on Thursday night (Aug. 24), writing "Thank you @taylorswift13 what a marvellous reinvention!".
What do you think of her new track? Perez Hilton described the song as "seriously lacking" adding "Overall, we are NOT impressed with TayTay's new tune". Comment below and have your say!
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The "Look What You Made Me Do" music video premieres Sunday during the MTV Music Video Awards. "No, I don't like you". The pair had made amends following the shocking event, and Taylor later penned the tune Innocent on her album Speak Now about the incident.
After teasing fans with a load of weird snake-themed videos over the past few days, the 27-year-old singer finally revealed the name of her sixth album "reputation" on Wednesday.
Looks like Taylor is ready to rule with her long list of names because this one is going to be on repeat mode for quite some time!
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Swift's new album, Reputation, was due to be released on November 10.
If you listen to the song once you'll know exactly what she is talking about!
"I got smarter, I got harder in the nick of time", Swift quickly sings in the chorus.
The singer announced the news on Instagram on August 23 in a series of posts that revealed cover art for the new record, in addition to information about tonight's single drop and Reputation's release date.
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