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The teasers put fans on high alert, and the snake imagery evoked snake emojis used against her in various dis-fests a year ago, including one with Kim Kardashian West after West claimed Swift knew about hubby Kanye's reference to Swift in his song "Famous".

Taylor's reference to a "tilted stage" is what brought Kanye's name into the picture as although he wasn't mentioned specifically, the rapper DID use a tilted stage on his recent Saint Pablo tour, soooo...

That seems to be a reference to the recorded phone call between Kanye and Swift that was released publicly by Kim Kardashian. "Oh - cause she's dead".

The single, titled "Look What You Made Me Do", instantly jumped to the top of the iTunes charts.

The song comes just over a week after the singer scored a court victory against a radio DJ whom she accused of groping her bare bottom while posing for a photo with her in 2013. Kim's decision to record the conversation in case of a rainy day, and her execution of how the phone call was released, was pretty flawless.

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So it's not a total surprise that Swift's new song - released Thursday night after days of Internet hype - involves vengeance. In the song, produced by friend Jack Antonoff, she declares: "I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why? Oh!"

Next in the song, Swift sings, "I don't like your ideal crime". The old Taylor, the sweet, make-nice Taylor, for all intents and purposes, is indeed dead in "Look".

As the outlet explained, Donda was a major part of West's life and when she passed, he struggled for years to cope with the emotional turmoil he faced after losing her. Kanye's hit, "Fade", was released in 2016, and he debuted the music video at the MTV VMAs that year. Many fans have speculated what the song could be called based on the snake images that Taylor Swift shared on social media after allegedly being spammed with them after the Kanye incident past year.

The news unsurprisingly thrilled her fans who took to social media to share their excitement about the new music. I don't want to enjoy the song because it's adding fuel to the fire of Taylor's celebrity fights.