Real talk: I was supposed to listen to Taylor Swift’s Reputationonce it came out. Just to see if it’s actually worth the hype. Since she already released four singles on Spotify, as well as her other albums, people can stream Reputation theretoo, right? Wrong.
Meanwhile, if you check the #Reputation thread, it’s filled with netizens and Swifties fan accounts offering to gift the album to a number of people. I’m willing to bet that some of them are online bots too so be careful.
rt this tweet if you want me to gift you #reputation on itunes! i'll choose randomly and then i'll dm you. I'll need your email 🙂
But what are people actually saying about Reputation? Vanity Fairnoted how it’s a combination of Taylor’s penchant for poppy love songs, sad breakup songs, and surprising additions which have hints of dance and R&B. Lyrics-wise, it’s said to be “a fascinating combination of audacity and vulnerability.”
Rolling Stonealso tagged it as her “most intimate LP yet.” The review pointed out how she veered away from her past good girl persona, singing about sex and said “sh*t” in a song for the first time. (Yes, it took Taylor six albums to get there.)
Fans seem to love the album too as they constantly post praises and live-tweet lyrics.
"Don't blame me, your love made me crazy. If it doesn't, you ain't doin' it right. Lord, save me, my drug is my baby. I'll be usin' for the rest of my life" 'Don't Blame Me' // #reputationpic.twitter.com/ivIf0wIAsd
Looks like Taylor will be dominating the charts and everyone’s playlists once again. Let us know if you listened to Reputation and what you think of it. Are you loving new Taylor or do you want the old one back on the phone?