Editors’ Notes You don’t need to hear Taylor Swift declare her old self dead—as she does on the incendiary “Look What You Made Me Do”—to know that reputation is both a warning shot to her detractors and a full-scale artistic transformation. There's a newfound complexity to all these songs: They're dark and meaningful, catchy and lived-in, pointed and provocative. She's braggadocious on “End Game,” a languid hip-hop cut with Ed Sheeran and Future, and then sassy and sensual on “…Ready for It?” and “I Did Something Bad.” But songs like “Call It What You Want” and “Delicate” bring Taylor's many emotional layers together and confront the dynamic between her celebrity and personal life: “My reputation’s never been worse/So, you must like me for me,” she offers. It all makes for a boundlessly energetic, soul-baring pop masterpiece—and her boldest statement yet.
...Ready For It?
End Game (feat. Ed Sheeran & Future)
I Did Something Bad
Don’t Blame Me
Look What You Made Me Do
So It Goes...
King of My Heart
Dancing With Our Hands Tied
This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
Call It What You Want
New Year’s Day
15 Songs, 56 Minutes
November 10, 2017
℗ 2017 Big Machine Label Group, LLC
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