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Here's why Taylor Swift's new single might sound familiar

26 August 2017

If you let pop culture historians tell it, Taylor Swift is nothing if not vengeful, and she appears to have given them another example with "Look What You Made Me Do", her first new single in over two years and a potential clapback at Kanye West. 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. To start, you must use your Ticketmaster account to register with the Taylor Swift Tix portal and choose a city in which you could potentially attend a concert.

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"Famous"-gate began when West seemed to jokingly claim on that Life of Pablo song, "I made that bitch famous", a misogynistic statement Swift took issue with". At one point, she proclaims the "old Taylor" to be dead in what sounds like a voicemail recording, a nod to the now infamous phone call captured in the reality star's Snapchat story.

Swift wiped her social media pages clean last week and caused a frenzy online with video snippets of slithery snake parts. Also, the way she says "Look what you made me do" sounds a LOT like the way white girls sing along to Nicki Minaj (I would know) which is maybe fine for driving around in your vehicle, but it is teetering on offensive here.

And later: "The world moves on / Another day another drama, drama / But not for me, not for me / All I think about is karma".

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That "fun way", as it turns out, involves spending even more money. "I don't like your little games, Don't like your titled stage, The role you made me play of the fool".

The twitter reaction was fast and furious, with fans expressing delight at her return, combined with shock over her new-found "vindictive" side, as Cosmpolitan put it.

She denied giving permission for the lyrics to feature in the song saying, "I would like to be excluded from this narrative".

The single also marks the first song to be heard from her upcoming sixth studio album "Reputation", which she announced earlier this week would be released on November 10.

Here's why Taylor Swift's new single might sound familiar