Taylor Swift Makes Her Own Cat Memes Counting Down 'Reputation' Release

Nov 10, 2017, 00:59
Taylor Swift Makes Her Own Cat Memes Counting Down 'Reputation' Release

If you're wondering why I'm now reciting Taylor Swift lyrics and not talking about, you know, the Auto Club NHRA Finals, it's because the singer has teamed up with racer Courtney Force (who is currently third in the Funny Car point standings) to promote her new album. And while there are many things to pour over and speculate about while we wait for the album to drop - THREE DAYS FOR MORE TAYLOR SWIFT, PEOPLE - the internet is already losing its mind over one track in particular.

After the steady drip of four new songs, Taylor Swift season is about to intensify. Whether or not that means that you'll be able to listen to the album on Spotify or other streaming services is still up in the air.

Venting on Twitter, some fans were angry at the leak, while some had conflicting feelings about listening to the tracks they'd been waiting so long to hear. In his post, a man's hand was seen holding Swift's album with the back of Reputation exposed. "Ready For It?", "Look What You Made Me Do", "Gorgeous" and "Call it What You Want" since those tracks were released prior to the album release date. It is also supposed to touch on her famous feuds with stars like Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry and ex-love Calvin Harris.

Or, do you think that this is not really going to do anything for Swift and be an annoyance to Scandal fans? It was tweeted by Scandal ABC. She also had Ellen Pompeo (Meredith Grey) in her "Bad Blood" music video.

But according to reports from Bloomberg and The New York Times, that might not be the case: Reputation may be reportedly kept from streaming services until at least a week after its release.