Move over Taylor Swift, Picture This released their new album today

26 August, 2017, 01:06 | Author: Courtney Perry
  • Taylor Swift's New Single Is Called 'Look What You Made Me Do' [LISTEN]

Kim Kardashian seems unfazed about Taylor Swift's scathing attack on her and husband Kanye West, delivered via her latest album Reputation with the song Look What You Made Me Do.

The teasers put fans on high alert, and the snake imagery evoked snake emojis used against her in various dis-fests past year, including one with Kim Kardashian West after West claimed Swift knew about hubby Kanye's reference to Swift in his song "Famous". "I don't like your little games/Don't like your tilted stage", she says, in what is most likely a reference to the innovative tilted stage that West showcased on his "Saint Pablo" world tour. "I don't like your kingdom keys/They once belonged to me" could be a reference to Cersei Lannister, who rules the Seven Kingdoms after her family's treachery killed Ned, who was the hand of the king.

Go to the website to register your Ticketmaster account, where you'll be placed on the wait-list for registration... but there are opportunities to *boost* your standing on the list! She's gone all-in on the drama surrounding her life, and has made it clear she's reclaiming her name and, ahem, reputation with her new album. When Swift intimated she was caught off guard by the "misogynistic" song, Kim Kardashian released a recording that appeared to show Swift and West chatting about the lyrics during a friendly phone call. Kim's decision to record the conversation in case of a rainy day, and her execution of how the phone call was released, was pretty flawless.

Swift's new album, Reputation, comes out on November 10. It's no secret that Taylor thinks the whole thing was a crime against her, so could her use of the word "perfect" be her way of slightly admitting she was in the wrong?

Right Said Fred, who came out with the song "I'm Too Sexy" in 1992, have been credited on the song, which is a modern-day "reinvention" of the single.

Following six long months under the radar, Taylor Swift is BACK and ready to cause a whole load of drama with her new music.

"Look What You Made Me Do", posted to YouTube on Thursday night, is a far darker expression of Swift's musical talents than her previous efforts. "I don't like you".

The pop star, 27, called on celebrity photographer Mert Alas to shoot the cover of her album. Donda was everything to Kanye and her death shattered him for years.

"I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative, one that I have never asked to be a part of, since 2009".



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