Taylor Swift makes biggest YouTube debut ever with new music video
31 August, 2017, 00:41 | Author: Kristopher Anderson
The music video was for Swish Swish, which is allegedly a grudge track against Taylor in response to Taylor's hit Bad Blood, which was allegedly about her feud with Katy. The singer-songwriter uploaded a few teasers before she eventually confirmed November 10th as the release date of her sixth studio album. Seemingly endless possibilities exist within the intricate details of her now record-breaking music video. A source revealed to E!
The clip ends in different versions of Taylor Swift, from previous music videos and performances, falling off a slope and into what looks like an abyss.
Swift has mockingly acknowledged this criticism in "Look What You Made Me Do", when one of her personified images says of herself, "there she goes, playing the victim again". They are not going to give her or her new music any attention. She reportedly felt like that the spotlight was stolen from her by Taylor Swift who allegedly meant to hurt her nemesis with the premiere.
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Speaking to Entertainment Weekly's sister company INSTANT, he said: "It was the hardest secret ever to keep, but I know how I am as an artist and when I'm creating stuff, even if it's just on my YouTube channel, I don't want anyone to tell anything, I don't want anybody to post a Snapchat or a picture".
The video begins with Taylor Swift dressed as a zombie climbing out of a grave with a headstone reading "Here lies TaylorSwift'sreputation". Although she did not mention any names, the "Shake It Off" singer even accused a co-singer of trying to sabotage her concert tour by hiring some of her people.
A snake ring wound around Swift's left ring finger - a nod to the imagery she's been using to tease her new album - looks to be the same piece Zoe Saldana wore to the 2013 Oscars.
With several fans claiming the lyrics referred to her long running feuds with Katy Perry, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian . Taylor slams someone for their "titled stage", which the "All Day" hitmaker had one during his 'Saint.
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