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  Taylor Scores First UK #1 With “Look What You Made Me Do”
 

“Look What You Made Me Do” earns the top spot on this week’s UK singles chart

Taylor Swift’s pre-“Reputation” discography includes numerous songs that fared well in the United Kingdom. Three peaked at #2, and others earned lower positions in the Top 5.

It does not, however, include a #1 UK hit.

This week, the first “Reputation” single accomplishes what no previous Taylor Swift song achieved: it claims the top spot on the Official UK Singles Chart.

Powered by mammoth first week sales and streaming numbers, “Look” debuts at #1. It seizes the throne from Dua Lipa’s “New Rules,” which spent the past two weeks on top.

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  The Reputation Era debuts with “Look What You Made Me Do”
 

A new era is here! Taylor has just dropped her highly anticipated song “Look What You Made Me Do,” the first single from her latest album, Reputation! Purchase the single on iTunes and pre-order the album, which will be released on November 10! Check out the lyric video here. The single is also available for streaming everywhere!


  Taylor Announces New Album ‘Reputation’
 

It’s really happening. After the long wait and numerous snake-related teases, Taylor Swift has confirmed her new album, Reputation, is coming Nov. 10. But fans won’t have to wait that long to hear new music from the pop queen – the first single drops Thursday (Aug. 24).

Swift also revealed the album cover art (shot by Mert & Marcus) for her sixth album via Instagram on Wednesday (Aug. 23).

Even though it’s been nearly three years since Swift’s 1989 — which won the Album of the Year Grammy — she hasn’t been a stranger to the charts. Her 2016 Zayn duet “I Don’t Want to Live Forever” from Fifty Shades Darker peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, just one spot shy of becoming her fifth No. 1. But with anticipation building for a new Taylor Swift single since she wiped her social media accounts last Friday (Aug. 18), could this new single become her next No. 1 — potentially unseating the historic No. 1 run of “Despacito” from Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber? We’ll have to wait and see.

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  ‪Upcoming Kenny Chesney Live Album to Feature Duet with Taylor‬
 

Kenny Chesney’s upcoming concert album will feature guest performances by Dave Matthews, Eric Church, Mac McAnally, David Lee Murphy, Old Dominion, Grace Potter, Taylor Swift and the Zac Brown Band.

Chesney announced the 30 tracks for Live in No Shoes Nation on Tuesday (Aug. 15). The album will be released on Oct. 27.

In addition to many of his biggest hits, several of Chesney’s more obscure songs are featured, including “I’m Alive,” “Coastal” and “Happy on the Hey Now.”

The 30 songs were recorded over a 10-year period beginning in 2007 at stadium shows, pop-up bar gigs, amphitheaters and beach concerts.

“When I told the record company how many songs, they thought I’d lost my mind,” Chesney said of the new album. “And that was before we added ‘Young,’ which really started and defined this chapter, to the list.”

Here’s the complete track listing for Live in No Shoes Nation:

“Flora-Bama”
“Summertime”
“Big Star” (with Taylor Swift)
“Boston”
“When I See This Bar” (with Eric Church)

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  1989 Bonus Tracks Coming To iTunes
 

Taylor Swift announced last night that she is making the bonus tracks from her insanely popular newest album ‘1989’ available on iTunes. This morning, Swift released the first bonus track, “Wonderland” on iTunes, with two more still to come. “You Are In Love” is the next bonus track on the album and was produced by Jack Antonoff of Bleachers and ‘fun.’ fame. The third bonus single still to come is entitled “New Romantics.”

Previously, these three tracks had been available on a Target-exclusive deluxe edition of 1989 and in select countries outside of the United States. Swift’s announcement last night makes iTunes the first digital storefront on which the three bonus tracks are available. Since its acquisition of Beats, Apple has had somewhat of a renewed focus on the music industry and Taylor Swift’s impromptu release further highlights that focus for Apple.

Coldplay, which also had an exclusive deluxe edition of ‘Ghost Stories’ available through Target, has yet to release the bonus tracks onto iTunes or any other digital storefront in the United States. Taylor Swift’s move again highlights her willingness to cooperate with Apple and Beats Music.

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  “Style” is the third single from 1989
 

It was just announced that “Style” is officially the third single from 1989. The song will be added to the radios on February 10th, but “Style” is already ranking at the pop radio chart. What do you guys think of this choice? Check more info about it below:

Performed at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, hyped in a Tweet by Big Machine label boss Scott Borchetta, added by several major market pop radio stations and confirmed as a top 40 single on the Mediabase pop airplay chart, “Style” was very clearly positioned as the official follow-up to “Blank Space.”

But just in case doubt did exist, the Republic Radio promotions team opted to formally confirm that “Style” is the next single.

The third official release from Swift’s blockbuster “1989,” “Style” is due to officially go for radio adds on February 10. Like its predecessor “Blank Space,” however, it will likely have been added by a plethora of stations prior to that impact date.

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  Taylor Re-signs With BMI
 

BIG MACHINE’s TAYLOR SWIFT has re-signed with BROADCAST MUSIC, INC (BMI) for representation of the public performances of her music catalog.

“Beyond her stellar career achievements, TAYLOR has a unique and extraordinary connection with her fans,” said BMI Pres./CEO MIKE O’NEILL. “Through her songwriting and artistry, she has become a universal friend and has redefined the modern pop star. We are honored that TAYLOR has chosen to continue her relationship and partnership with BMI, and we are excited to continue to represent her diverse and groundbreaking catalog of music.”

SWIFT joined BMI in 2004 at the age of 14. She has received 21 BMI Country Awards and nine BMI Pop Awards, including winning Songwriter of the Year in 2010, as well as receiving the BMI PRESIDENT’S AWARD for her outstanding achievement in songwriting with profound global influence on culture and the entertainment industry.

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  Taylor Swift Reveals Five Things to Expect on ‘1989’
 

Rolling Stone Magazine has published a new article about Taylor’s upcoming album “1989“. It features additional details about the record and what we can expect, which made us even more excited about the album. You can read the full article below.

Taylor Swift’s fifth LP, 1989, was influenced by some of the 24-year-old star’s beloved acts from the Eighties, from Phil Collins to Annie Lennox to Madonna. This time, she set out to make “blatant pop music,” she tells us in our new cover story. Here’s five more things she told us to expect on her studio record, out October 27th:

1. A New York state of mind
The leadoff track on 1989 tries to capture the excitement of someone who just moved to New York, as Swift did earlier this year. “I was so intimidated by this city for so long,” she says. “It’s so big, with so many people. I thought I would never be able to make it here, because I wasn’t something enough — bold enough, brave enough to take on this huge city in all of its blaring honesty. And then at a certain point I just thought, ‘I’m ready.'”

2. Lots of Max Martin
The Swedish pop giant, with help from his protege Shellback, produced almost half the songs on 1989, and is also, along with Swift, the executive producer of the album as a whole. Swift has worked with him before, on 2012’s Red, but he plays a much bigger role this time around. “I used to talk about Max Martin like he was this sorcerer who lived in a castle on a hill,” says Swift. “And then one time Scott [Borchetta, the head of her label] said to me, ‘You know…you can work with him if you want to.’ I was like, What?!”

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  “Shake It Off” Debuts At No. 1 On Billboard Hot 100
 

It has been announced that Taylor’s first single “Shake It Off” from the upcoming album “1989” has sold 544,000 copies in its first week, and debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100! This marks the biggest sales week of 2014 and the fourth-largest debut week ever. You can read the full article below. Congratulations, Taylor!

Swift’s new single blasts in at No. 1, thanks to hefty sales, streaming and airplay. Plus, Nicki Minaj’s ‘Anaconda’ vaults 39-2 following the premiere of its video.

Taylor Swift rockets onto the Billboard Hot 100 chart at No. 1 with “Shake It Off.” As expected, her new self-empowerment anthem debuts at the top following its first week of availability.

The explosion of “Shake” also spurs Swift to vault to No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart (which measures song and album sales, radio airplay, streaming and social activity), up from No. 69 last week. (A deeper story covering the latest Artist 100 to follow on Billboard.com.)

The lead single from Swift’s Oct. 27 Big Machine Records album 1989 soars in at the Hot 100’s summit fueled by a combination of immense sales, radio airplay and streaming (the chart’s three measurement components). Swift released the song for digital purchase and to radio, and premiered its official video, last Monday (Aug. 18, just after 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET), the same day that she hosted a Yahoo! live stream announcing the new set’s release.

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