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  Taylor premieres new song “…Ready For It?”
 

A montage for Saturday night’s Alabama vs. Florida State college football game featured a Taylor Swift song.

The song was not her new single “Look What Made Me Do.”

It was instead “Ready For It,” another track set to appear on Swift’s forthcoming album “Reputation.” In addition to scoring the college football montage, “Ready For It” appears in a commercial for ABC’s fall schedule.

“Ready For It” will continue to receive attention Sunday. According to the official iHeart website, mainstream iHeartMedia stations will begin playing the song at 8AM ET Sunday morning.

“‘Ready For It’” isn’t an follow-up official second single to “Look” but the track is set to invade radio airwaves as iHeartRadio stations will start playing the song on Sunday morning starting at 8 AM ET,” clarifies iHeart.

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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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