It took a three-year break, a court case, a social media blackout, thousands of speculative Tumblr posts and one cryptic snake tail video. But it's here.
Days after posting a series of mysterious snake videos, Taylor Swift dropped the news of her new album, out November 10.
The lead single drops tomorrow. Reputation is sixth LP and follow-up to her record-breaking 1989.
Fans have been speculating on the release of the new record for years — since the last one was released, basically. After Taylor announced a music-making hiatus, only returning to write country power ballads and soundtrack earworms, theories about the new album's theme have floated around Tumblr and Twitter.
Now, it's here. And not to be dramatic, but I can't breathe and think I might throw up from excitement like a toddler on Christmas.
She's a snake, but she's my snake. My mother snake. God, I'm so far up her ass.
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