Taylor Swift Puts Her ‘Reputation’ On The Line

On November 10, the world will stop for a moment as Taylor Swift finally releases her new album.

Reputation will be Swift’s 6th studio album and I can already tell it’s going to be the greatest album of all-time.

Swift teased fans last week when she went Zero Dark Thirty on social media before dropping some quick videos of a snake to promote her return. Then came a report that said Swift would be releasing the first single on Friday, which has now been confirmed by the lady herself. Except, she’s releasing the song Thursday night because she doesn’t want to keep us waiting.

The album title and coinciding snake videos all point to Taylor unleashing hell on earth on November 10. While the first single will probably be some type of catchy anthem, the snake videos give me a bit of hope that she’s going for the media jugular right off the bat.

She’s obviously going to address just about everything that’s gone on in her life since 1989 dropped. Here’s a brief reminder:

*Dated that DJ guy and that Night Manager guy. Possibly dating some other guy who lives with his parents.

*The whole Katy Perry beef. It’d be great if she actually ignored this because Perry already admitted defeat and dug her own grave with “Swish Swish.”

*That video Kim Kardashian posted.

*The groping trial, although I assume this won’t be mentioned.

*Possible clap back at Harry Styles.

All while talking about how everyone should unite and females should get along and be friends. Yes, I understand the hypocrisy. No, I don’t care. The music is amazing and she’s amazing.

Given that this album is one year later than the expected release date and she’s been out of the spotlight for pretty much all of 2017, I can only assume that she’s put together the perfect album. Anything less than perfection and I’m going to be disappointed.

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