Taylor Swift released the track list for her new album, and fans are finding clues Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 28: Taylor Swift performs during her '1989' World Tour at ANZ Stadium on November 28, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

Taylor Swift just dropped the track list for her highly anticipated album, “reputation,” and people can’t handle it.

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According to the track list, there’s only one featured song on the album, but Swift is bringing in musical heavyweights, including Ed Sheeran and Future. Considering both are from wildly different genres — singer-songwriter and hip-hop, respectively — the song “End Game” will be an quite the experience.

One shook fan said, “We may not have world peace but this will suffice for now. #EndGame.”

Among the estatic fans, however, are a few haters who aren’t feeling the trio.

“Taylor Swift featuring Ed Sheeran and Future” is comfortably one of the top 10 worst sentences I have ever read,” tweeted one user.


Swift officially released the 15 song track list after photos were leaked on the internet. Swift has been promoting her new album in major ways: secret listening sessions at her house, the album cover plastered on UPS trucks and racecars, and a 72-page magazine.

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“reputation” is Swift’s sixth studio album and it’s set to drop on Nov. 10 amid much speculation about who the songs are about. The lead single “Look What You Made Me Do” is supposedly a clap back at the media and public after a drama-filled few years, and as the lyrics in the song say, the old Taylor is “dead,” — and she’s looking to rise again with a new style, sound and relationship. If her latest release is anything like her past music, it’ll be a race to solve the mystery of who and what she’s singing about.

Christabel is a twenty-something graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University. She's a big fan of writing, television, movies, general pop culture and complaining about how they've annoyed her. Long live the Oxford comma.
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