Here's the one way to legally stream Taylor Swift's 'reputation' (sort of)

  • Here's the one way to legally stream Taylor Swift's 'reputation' (sort of)

Here's the one way to legally stream Taylor Swift's 'reputation' (sort of)

Taylor Swift made her first live television appearance of the year Thursday night, November 9 during Scandal. Or are you not a fan of her new sound which as far away from her country roots as possible?! Swift has previously shared her dislike for streaming services in the past, claiming they devalue musical artists. And - given the obsession with all things Swift - the savvy singer wants to pre-empt all of the hot takes and endless scrutiny that will inevitably go into every lyric on her 15-track album. The album contains more songs intended for the bedroom than the rest of her releases combined. With 'New Year's Day, ' we see the Old Taylor. "Reputation" is projected by its distributor to sell 1.3 and 1.5 million units in the U.S.in its first week, a source close to the situation tells Variety - which would actually be a bump up from the 1.287 million first-week sales of her previous album, "1989", release in October 2014.

The "Look What You Made Me Do", singer will appear on television again tomorrow night (Nov. 11) when she performs on Saturday Night Live. Equally thrilling is This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things - and yes, the title is a knowing joke - which winkingly memorializes the days she spent partying with her squad and, even more pointedly, her former friendship with West. 'New Year's Day" is the closing track from Reputation and it is an innocent yet romantic serenade of one lover's promise to be there through the "hard" and the "wrong", "cleaning bottles' with her better half on New Year's Day.