Taylor Swift has broken the internet once again, after blacking out her social media just a few days ago and continuously teasing fans by posting mysterious videos of snakes with a solid black background throughout her social media platforms. Swift has now come to social media announcing her new album and revealing it’s title, release date, and album art. Also, revealing that her new single from this album will drop tomorrow. The new album is going to be titled, Reputation and will drop on November 10th, 2017.

Swift’s new single will drop tomorrow (Thursday, Aug 24th) but the name of the single has not yet been revealed. Reputation will be Swift’s first album in nearly three years since her highly successful release of, 1989. Although, Swift has not been a stranger to the charts since that release as her song with Zayn “I Don’t Want to Live Forever” which is the single from the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, which was slightly off from becoming her fifth No. 1 single. However, with the anticipation of this new single and album coming, could this new song become her new smash hit that will break the charts and launch her immediately to No. 1? We will find out tomorrow.

 

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