Hilton explains, “Here’s what went down, Taylor Swift’s fans started posting all over social media an alleged tracklist for her new album”.
Swift took to Instagram to post the tracklist of “Reputation” just hours after it was leaked.
‘Reputation’ reportedly won’t be made available on major streaming services upon its release on Friday.
Graham James, a spokesman for Spotify, declined to comment on whether the service would have Ms.
Swifties may have been waiting for new T-Swift music for three years now, but they’ve been waiting for a Taylena collab for nearly 10 years – since 2008, to be exact.
Whatever’s happening behind the scenes, there’s definitely something atypical about Reputation’s release.
From the looks of it, Reputation will be the singer’s second-longest album behind her 2012 album Red with a whopping 15 tracks in total.
Taylor Swift’s new single “Call It What You Want” was created to be listened to “at night on a walk”, according to producer Jack Antonoff.
Swift who never fails to amaze her followers did not disappoint them this time as well.
Swift has always been a vocal critic of streaming services, particularly Spotify’s free ad-supported tier.
In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, Taylor mentioned her concerns about how fairly streaming websites paid artists for the free availability of their music, saying: “Music is art, and art is important and rare”. That album was available on Apple Music starting in 2015, but was kept off Spotify until June of this year. “It was a photo of a guy’s hand holding the back of a copy of the album”.