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Taylor Swift Reveals ‘Reputation’ Track List

Look what you made her do! After details of her new album leaked online, Taylor Swift has confirmed the track list for her upcoming album “Reputation”.

The Grammy winner revealed the official track list for her sixth studio album. The announcement came right after some photos of the album and the backside cover art appeared online.

The pop star made the revelation in an Instagram post on Tuesday, November 7. The album will feature 15 songs, which makes it Taylor’s second-longest album since 2012’s Red.

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The public has known of her four singles “Look What You Made Me Do,” “…Ready For It?, “Gorgeous” and “Call It What You Want,” and now the list includes “I Did Something Bad,” “Don’t Blame Me,” “Delicate,” “So It Goes…,” “Getaway Car,” “King of My Heart,” “Dancing With Our Hands Tied,” “Dress,” “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” and “New Year’s Day.”

The track list also gives a look at some of the artist that will be feature in this new LP: Ed Sheeran, who was featured on T-Swift’s 2012 song “Everything Has Changed,” will be back to sing along with her on a new tune titled “End Game,” along with rapper Future.

Besides this major news, the New York Times reported that executives at different streaming services “did not expect” Swift’s album to be available for streaming right on its initial release. Swift and Big Machine Records have not publicly disclosed plans for Reputation’s release via streaming so far, but there’s always a possibility that subscribers to each music service will be able to listen by the time of the album’s official release.

The long awaited Reputation is currently available for pre-order at several stores such as Target, Walmart as well as on iTunes and on Swift’s official website.



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