Taylor Swift teases new United States concert tour

Saturday, 26 Aug, 2017

After teasing fans with mysterious snake videos on social media this week, Taylor Swift released her highly anticipated new single, "Look What You Made Me Do", on Thursday night. Titled "Look What You Made Me Do", off her upcoming sixth studio album "Reputation", Swift is fired up as she confronts an enemy - one whose own actions are to blame for whatever happens next. This is obviously referencing her phone call with Kanye and how she's no longer the girl she used to be before the scandal.

Our sources tell us the song is definitely targeting the Wests, who Taylor feels betrayed her by releasing their now infamous phone convo.

But there's also the fact she sampled an iconic gay anthem.

But listeners with a knowledge of 90s dance music will recognize the bass line from one of the great gay one-hit wonders of that decade: Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy".

The "Swish Swish" singer and Taylor have been at loggerheads ever since the latter accused Katy of sabotaging her "Red Tour" in 2014 by stealing three of her backing dancers, but in recent months Katy has said she is keen to see their "beef" end.

Just a few examples: "I don't like your tilted stage/The role you made me play/Of the fool" could be a reference to the actors in Braavos who put on a version of the Stark family's life-and painted her father, Ned Stark as a buffoon.

The real question is whether Swift can change any minds with her new narrative.

Promotional material for Taylor Swift's new album, "Reputation".

Taylor Swift, paragon of #squadgoals and refusing to say #blacklivesmatter while co-opting black American culture for the sake of album sales, is charting a straight path towards becoming a full-blown parody of herself.

In the years since, West has apologised profusely for behaviour at the awards show and the two stars seemed to have buried the hatchet.

They suggested that Taylor Swift knew about the song all along.

For Swift's fans, her return is just in the nick of time, too. News reported on Friday, Aug. 25, Swift is already planning ahead.