Amid mixed reviews, Taylor Swift's Reputation witnesses strong sales


Swift also express that Wests' relationship with Jay-Z when she sings "But I'm not the only friend you've lost lately/if only you weren't so shady".

Can anyone confirm whether "overdramatic" was Taylor Swift's alternate title for this album?

Taylor Swift's new album "Reputation" is packed with a lot of surprises and one of them is her recently dropped number titled "Call It What You Want".

In a review headlined "Taylor Swift is no longer America's sweetheart", Entertainment Weekly's Leah Greenblatt called "Reputation" an "oddly bifurcated creation, half obsessed with grim score settling and celebrity damage, half infatuated with a lover who takes her away from all that". Swift, 27, is known for using her love life for inspiration without ever directly naming names.

And the rest of the tracks don't disappoint in the tea-spilling department.

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The first song, "Are You Ready for It?", found Swift and her four dancers/backing singers performing to a pre-recorded backing track of the song's throbbing electronic rhythm.

She additionally wrote a heartfelt letter to fans in Reputation's album booklet.

Taylor was the musical guest on the American comedy show Saturday Night Live and well, she's definitely not the sweet little girl we thought she was, well, not anymore.

"We are never just good or just bad". Entries like "Don't Blame Me" and "Call It What You Want" are familiar, while "Delicate" and "Dancing With Our Hands Tied" offerings provide a new sound for the singer and songwriter.