So it’s been a few days since Taylor Swift released her steamy comeback “Look what you made me do”.
But I got smarter, I got harder in the nick of time honey, I rose up from the dead, I do it all the time I’ve got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined check it once, then I check it twice, oh!-Taylor Swift
My social media was going crazy when the video was released on August 27th. In just 2 days, her YouTube video had over 90 Million views!
“Why? Oh, ’cause she’s dead.”— Taylor Swift
Despite facing significant backlash, Taylor Swift has also received incredible praise for her resilience and authenticity. She refuses to let negativity bring her down and has emerged stronger than ever.
In anticipation of the release, she surprised fans by deleting all her social media accounts, sparking speculation and curiosity with the gradual unveiling of videos and photos featuring snakes. This strategic move left people wondering and intrigued about what she had in store. It’s truly remarkable how she navigates through challenges while staying true to herself.
Having seen her in 2008 in London for the Fearless concert, the singer has gone up expanding her different styles of singing.
In the song she talks about everything she’s been through, with the press, fellow celeb friends, social media feuds you name it.
The “Love Story” Singer has gone from country bumpkin to sassy and not shy!
Dissing the Kardashians and mocks the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards when Kanye West totally stole her spot, along with the snake-infested scenes where she fires back after the Kardashians calling her a cold-blooded reptile she also mocks Kendall Jenner drinking tea.
In her music video, a car crash scene has inner meaning for Katy Perry. When the car door opens to the paparazzi, Swift’s flashy style of dress bears a striking resemblance to her longtime foe Katy Perry.
Her model friends (The mannequins) how all her friends are models! Also moments of her crazy cat moments, which to be honest, we all are a little cat crazy at times and her highly-scrutinized romantic relationships. One thing that really got me in the video, was the use of all her personalities from previous videos, costumes from fearless, Red. Through time.
I’m amazed at how Taylor Swift skillfully condenses all her thoughts and emotions into a captivating 3-minute music video.
This glimpse offers a sneak peek into the deeper meaning behind the video and song. If you’re curious, delve into the intricate lyrics and stunning costumes below! So, tell me, do you prefer the old TS or the new one?