Can anyone confirm whether "overdramatic" was Taylor Swift's alternate title for this album?
A newscaster based in OH used Tay's song titles while giving the traffic report on Friday (November 10), the same day that the singer's reputation album was released.
The 15-track album's mix of hip-hop, dance and just one acoustic ballad projects a tougher, more vindictive image of the singer who made her name 10 years ago with yearning songs about first love and being an outsider. "Here's something I've learned about people", she wrote.
And the rest of the tracks don't disappoint in the tea-spilling department. "About seven times! Tears and a phone call to mom!" During her second performance, which was of the song "Call It What You Want", the singer brought out a guitar and performed the thing whole thing acoustically.
Taylor Swift's new Reputation appears to be a marketable one.
And for the portion of the internet sick of Swift's tendency to play the victim, look no further than "reputation" for evidence to support your annoyances.
Just what we were hoping for!
Citing data from BuzzAngle, Variety and Music Business Worldwide say Swift's new album sold upwards of 717,000 pure United States copies on its first day of release.
So do we, Taylor.