New Taylor Swift song prompts fan frenzy

New Taylor Swift song prompts fan frenzy

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"We're very pleased to hear Taylor Swift's interpolation of our 1991 hit 'I'm Too Sexy.' Taylor and her team reached out to us about the track, we like what she does and we were very honoured to have her interpolation feature on her new single 'Look What You Made Me Do, '" the message read. Adding insult to injury, Nicki Minaj is a featured guest on the track and in the video - and she has her own heated history with Swift. It's also Swift's first song to interpolate music from another artist, when she references Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy" creepy-sexy delivery on the chorus.

The album is Swift's sixth studio effort and the first since the 2014 release of "1989", which is the last time she teased fans online.

Swifties immediately began posting snakes in Kim's comments after clips of the reptiles appeared in Taylor Swift's social media teaser videos. Also, the way she says "Look what you made me do" sounds a LOT like the way white girls sing along to Nicki Minaj (I would know) which is maybe fine for driving around in your auto, but it is teetering on offensive here.

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"I'm sorry, but the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why? Oh ..." Clearly her current rebirth is a much darker one, as she has wiped away any sign of her former persona on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and all her other public platforms.

As culture analyst Myles McNutt laid out in exhaustive detail after the site launched, the hierarchy of activities - a.k.a. the ones that will get a fan furthest ahead in the line - involve preordering the album (limited to 13 copies per person) and buying merch like bedazzled snake rings and Reputation hoodies from Swift's website (unlimited). "Why? Cause she's dead". The most talked about lyric in the song you ask? "Look What You Made Me Do" does little to oppose that assumption, given its pointed fingers stance and emphasis on karmic retribution. Perry seems to have reinforced the analogy in her latest single "Swish Swish", dropping the line: "A tiger don't need opinions from a shellfish or a sheep" - and then really driving home the point with a video that sees rival basketball teams the Tigers and the Sheep facing off.

  • Kyle Warner