Taylor Swift Announces 6th Studio Album Reputation… and a Single, Too!

Aug 24, 2017, 02:33
Taylor Swift Announces 6th Studio Album Reputation… and a Single, Too!

The wait is nearly over: Taylor Swift is expected to release new music on Friday, according to multiple sources.

And behind her image, mock newspaper articles with her name in the headlines fill the entire right side of the picture.

The mysterious clip shared across her social media channels Wednesday, features more glitchy footage of a 3D animated snake as it slithers around.

Over the previous several days, Taylor has mysteriously wiped out her social media and posted a video of a slithering snake.

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Taylor Swift has confirmed details of her forthcoming sixth album and its lead single, alluding to her tricky couple of years in the spotlight.

Swift on the cover of her new album, Reputation. News reported in May that she was hard at work on new music. She released the first single from that album, "Shake It Off", on August 18 of that year, about two months before the entire album went on sale. On Monday, the singer dropped her first teaser on the day of the total solar eclipse, the one time that our attention was diverted away from our phones and computer screens.

Swift was in the news for other reasons in recent weeks, successfully fending off a lawsuit against radio personality David Mueller after she accused of groping her during a photo shoot.

So, we can be pretty sure that Taylor is going to capitalise on being referred to as snakey by her haters.

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Another source told the magazine that the blonde beauty is "overhauling her image" with the release of this tune.

Exactly how her teases tie into her album's overall theme is not yet clear, but they could be a reference to her complicated history with the animal. She was collecting a prize for her "You Belong With Me" music video, but "Ye clearly thought Beyoncé's "You Belong With Me" was a more worthy victor".

Swift released "1989" in October 2014, which marked an official move into pop music for the singer.

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