Taylor Swift Announces Reputation album, Reveals Cover Art and Single Drop
When Taylor Swift deleted literally all of her social media earlier this week, her fan-base completely lost their minds. In an era where tons of promotion happens digitally, seeing everything wiped had Internet users raising their eyebrows, as to say, “What’s going on here?”
Nonetheless, Swift answered all the questions and uneasiness in the hearts of fans on Wednesday (August 23) when she made her grand re-appearance on her social networks with huge news.
Dominated by an intimidating black and white album cover featuring her face and what appears to be newspaper headlines with her name, Swift announced her new album Reputation is scheduled to release on November 10.
If that wasn't enough to break the internet, she also revealed that a new single from the album will be released tomorrow.
Swift hasn't dropped a studio album in almost three years, with her last project, 1989 released in October of 2014. Besides touring that album and appearing on a few singles here and there with other artists in the industry, Swift has been out of the spotlight since the 1989 tour
Be on the lookout for her new single to release tomorrow and the full album later this year.
Written by Corey Fuller