Twitter's Response To Taylor Swift's New Single Is So Funny We're DEAD

26 August, 2017, 01:14 | Author: Alicia Barber
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"We're very happy that our debut single will potentially be reaching new fans 26 years after its release". 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 the day all Swifties have been not-so-patiently waiting for: Taylor Swift has new music!

The infamous Right Said Fred song "I'm Too Sexy" is sampled during the chorus of Taylor Swift's new single "Look What You Made Me Do" and now the group is reacting to it!

Instagram created it after the singer's feud with the Kardashian-Wests previous year over Kanye West's song Famous. Her first public nemesis was Kanye West, who interrupted Swift as she accepted the 2009 MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video to say that she didn't deserve it.

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For most of this week, the entire world (yes, you included) was captivated by speculation as to what Taylor Swift's mysterious social media blackout-cum-snake teaser video stunt would eventually lead to.

Swift's voice message on her new song could be a reference to the audio Kardashian West leaked. One viral tweet connects the release date of her new album, November 10, to the day Kanye's mother Donda West died (No.v 10, 2007), and many have noted how the font on her merch looks a lot like the font Kanye used for his Saint Pablo tour merch.

She's not the first artist to use it. Bruce Springsteen, Ed Sheeran and Harry Styles have all tested the verification system that requires people to register for a sale in advance, with information including their names, phone numbers and emails. "Look What You Made Me Do" does little to oppose that assumption, given its pointed fingers stance and emphasis on karmic retribution. "Why? Cause she's dead".

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. It's the most cutting song from Swift to date, even despite her lengthy catalog of bitter ballads and breakup songs.

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