Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" Takes Shots at Kanye


You will then have the chance to participate in various activities, such as pre-ordering Swift's new album or watching her new lyric video.

It would have been pretty epic.

After announcing her upcoming album, Reputation, which will drop on November 10, Swift released her first single in three years late on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017 - the revenge-inspired "Look What You Made Me Do".

They're in town, but we're told there's no particular reason for them to trek to The Forum near LAX.

If you look on Wikipedia, it will show that the song has been written by Taylor Swift and Jack Antonoff, but there's another writer who you may not have expected...

Right Said Fred is a fan of Taylor Swift's reworking of their 1991 single "I'm Too Sexy" for her new single, "Look What You Made Me Do". "Ooh, look what you made me do", she taunts in the same cadence, optimistically implying something similarly "sexy' by proximity". The song, featuring elements of pop, dance and house, includes sharp lyrics like: "Honey, I rose up from the dead I do it all the time/I got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined I check it once/Then I check it twice".

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The video will premiere Sunday night on the MTV Video Music Awards.

It's the day all Swifties have been not-so-patiently waiting for: Taylor Swift has new music!

And while Right Said Fred didn't know beforehand how Swift would be using their hit song, Fairbrass says that now that's he's heard the tune, "I am more than happy with it".

Still, as she pushes forth into her Reputation era, owning her bad press instead of merely brushing it off appears to be a good look on Swift. In addition, a source at Swift's record label claimed that the date was chosen "based on other Universal Music Group releases".

Swift's "reputation" could become the singer's fourth album to sell more than one million albums in its debut week, following "1989", 2012's "Red" and 2010's "Speak Now".