Did Taylor Swift Just Sample 'Mean Girls' in Her New Song?
- Author: Carlos Nash Aug 26, 2017,
Aug 26, 2017, 1:04
First off, Taylor slams someone for their "titled stage" and the "All Day" hitmaker had one during his "Saint Pablo" tour in 2016.
Through her lyrics, Swift made it clear to whoever she was singing the song to that she does not like him/her. It's also the first track from her long-awaited forthcoming album. "'Cause she's dead." More than a little on the nose, but at least there's no ambiguity there.
She denied giving permission for the lyrics to feature in the song saying, "I would like to be excluded from this narrative".More news: Hotel Isla Arena Plaza - о. Тьєрра-Бомба - Hotels.com
"Thanks to Taylor and her team for being absolutely wonderful".
While many have jumped to conclusions, claiming that Swift chose November 10 in an effort to hurt West, TMZ pointed out that Fridays were the preferred days for album releases. "I don't like your flawless crime / How You Laugh When You Lie / You said the gun was mine / Isn't cool, no, I don't like you".
Do you ever have any question about anything you wish to ask and get answer? And that damage, real or perceived, to Taylor's "good girl" image, may very well be the driving force behind this single and this new era of music for Taylor.
Swift dropped the Right Said Fred-sampling song late on Thursday night, signaling the end of an era for her. We're so shook, and so are her fans.
After wiping her social media clean this past week, Swift fans took to the internet with predictions that Taylor might be up to something big. Donda was everything to Kanye and her death shattered him for years.
"I am more than happy with [the song]", Richard added.