26 August, 2017
"Taylor and her team reached out to us about the track, we like what she does and we were very honoured to have her interpolation feature on her new single 'Look What You Made Me Do'". Adding insult to injury, Nicki Minaj is a featured guest on the track and in the video - and she has her own heated history with Swift.
The card read: "Look what you made us do. we love you and can't wait for a chance to celebrate with you!"
But most importantly, " Look What You Made Me Do" is a reinvention for Taylor Swift because it is used as an opportunity for her to, like many pop stars before her, kill her old self.
Some felt the song was a diss toward Kanye West, whom Swift has had issues with in the past.
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Wednesday was dominated with chatter on social media from overwhelmed fans, healthy skeptics, and others theorizing about the pop singer's ongoing feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.
She's not the first artist to use it. Bruce Springsteen, Ed Sheeran and Harry Styles have all tested the verification system that requires people to register for a sale in advance, with information including their names, phone numbers and emails. "Oh.Cause she's dead." Swift is shedding her fairy-tale image and firing back at the haters. If you recall, Kanye used a titled stage on his Saint Pablo tour, and Swift obviously believes the rapper distorted his story about her approving of his "Famous" lyrics.
Earlier this week, she tried to eclipse the eclipse's publicity by posting a short video of a snake to tease her new single (which is supposed to be amusing, because people have long associated her with a snake). "Look What You Made Me Do" does little to oppose that assumption, given its pointed fingers stance and emphasis on karmic retribution.