Taylor Swift's Reputation Proceeds Colorful Newly Released 'ME!'; New Era's Initial Single Featuring Brenden Urie of "Panic! At The Disco"
With splendid horns and verses like "You can't spell amazing without me," the energetic track is definitely fun to play with.
Engineered by Joel Little (Lorde, Khalid) and Swift, and composed by Swift, Little and Urie — is a sensational swing from Swift's past lead single, "Look What You Made Me Do," dropped in August 2017. Utilizing some harsher sounds and generally highly contrasting visual substance, that tune and Swift's following collection, "Reputation," saw the artist pondering apparent reaction — and grasping snake symbolism — while implying long-stewing VIP show with the rapper Kanye West and his better half Kim Kardashian West.
"Me!" is progressively lively, and was introduced in a wash of opal, springtime pastels, rainbows, felines and shimmers. As the music video starts, a CGI wind blasts into a swarm of beautiful butterflies.
On Thursday, Swift astounded fans, who had spun expound hypotheses about her limited time bread scraps, before a butterfly painting by the craftsman Kelsey Montague — pressed with “clues about the song and the new music,” Swift said on Instagram — in her received main residence Nashville.“You guys are amazing for figuring this out,” she told those assembled, “because no one knew we were coming, no one knew this was a part of the campaign.”
“‘Me!’ is a song about embracing your individuality and really celebrating it and owning it,” Swift said. “With a pop song, we have the ability to get a melody stuck in people’s heads. I just want it to be one that makes them feel better about themselves, not worse.”
The video — which includes the artist's pet felines, pictures of child chickens in shades and a fast shot of a Dixie Chicks representation out of sight — was coordinated by Swift and Dave Meyers, who is known for his work with Kendrick Lamar, Missy Elliott and Pink.
In spite of the fact that Swift has implied that all the more new music is en route, she didn't give extra insights regarding a potential new collection, which is alluded to by adroit fans as "TS7" in lieu of an open title. The vocalist was booked to show up again with Roberts on "Great Morning America" on Friday, with the show suggesting extra astonishments to come.
While "Reputation" had a sizable presentation, selling in excess of a million duplicates in its first week, and has since gone three-times platinum, achieving the breaching of three million collections sold (incompletely through computerized plays), it was more coolly by pundits than quite a bit of Swift's past work. At the Grammy Awards this year, "Reputation" was assigned just for best pop vocal collection, losing to Ariana Grande's "Sweetner." Swift has won 10 Grammys in her profession, including two for collection of the year.
In any case, Swift remains a titan of pop. The global Reputation Stadium Tour netted a detailed $345.7 million crosswise over seven months, and prompted a Netflix show film discharged on New Year's Eve. She has showed up as of late on the front of Elle and Time magazines and, notwithstanding her new music, will co-star in the approaching film adjustment of "Cats," booked for release in December.
Hours in the wake of dropping her bright music video for the principal single off her up and coming seventh studio collection, it was reported that the Grammy Award-winning artist, 29, will open up the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, which will air on May 1, with an execution of the tune, which likewise includes Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie.
This will stamp Swift's first time performing at the yearly entertainment expo since 2013, when she sang her hit tune "22."
Notwithstanding performing, Swift — who holds the records for most Billboard Music Wins with 23 grants added to her repertoire — is likewise up for two of the night's distinctions: Top Female Artist and Top Touring Artist.
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