Holy Sh*t, Taylor Swift's New Lyrics Are So, So, So Loaded

After almost a year of staying out of the public eye - except for a recent court battle against a former radio DJ she accused of grabbing her butt - the 27-year-old singer debuted her new single "Look What You Made Me Do" on Thursday night. "I got a list of names, and yours is in red - underlined", she sneers.

The 27-year-old USA pop star dropped the song - the first from her forthcoming new album Reputation - after teasing fans in recent days with cryptic snake videos on her recently blacked-out social media pages. Oh, ‘cause shes dead.”.

Kanye and Taylor first started feuding in 2009, when the rapper stormed the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards during her acceptance speech to insist that Beyonce should have won the prize instead.

Three years after smash record 1989, the enigmatic and rivalry prone Swift seems to be targeting her enemies with fire and fury (West, Katy Perry, famous ex-boyfriends).

It follows a hard year for Swift, who, after years of being praised as a feminist darling and pop pacesetter, was hit by scandal in 2016 when Kanye West referred to her in derogatory lyrics in his track, Famous.

A preview of the music video for "Look What You Made Me Do" will air on Good Morning AmericaFriday.

Taylor Swift has been dominating the internet over the past couple of weeks and with Reputation being released on 10th November, it looks like Swift fever isn't going away anytime soon. The track publicly attacks #Kanye West and it appears that Swift is getting her revenge for Kanye's actions during the 2009 VMA's.

The rest of the song, which features an interpolation of Right Said Fred's 1991 hit I'm Too Sexy, is a huge hit back at trolls (or possibly a jibe at Kanye West).

In the lead up to new single "Look What You Made Me Do" - released today (Aug 25) - Swift teased the track with a series of mute snake animations.

With this new song, Swift doesn't specifically say who's she's talking about.

Taylor took to her Twitter account to release the song and since then it has gone viral.

It featured a darker Swift than fans are used to seeing.

  • Salvatore Jensen