Taylor Swift solid on new album 'Reputation' Special

Emmett Rice
November 13, 2017

Today, Taylor Swift performed two songs off her new album Reputation in front of a live audience for the very first time (not including the people who watched her sing in her house). Eagle-eyed fans will note her wardrobe choice: a long-sleeved blouse with an image of a snake printed on it. Taylor Swift's last full album release, 19989, sold just under 1.3 million copies in the United Sates during its 2014 release week. Swift continued her snake motif by singing with a gold microphone in the shape of a serpent. Entries like "Don't Blame Me" and "Call It What You Want" are familiar, while "Delicate" and "Dancing With Our Hands Tied" offerings provide a new sound for the singer and songwriter. Her stripped-down vocals, accompanied by acoustic guitar, cello, and backup vocalists, emphasized the lyrics that fans have pegged as a reference to her high-profile feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

Just what we were hoping for!

Appearing on Saturday Night Live on Saturday evening, Taylor first performed the second single from the album, ... "My reputation has never been worse", she repeats throughout "Delicate".

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When she took the stage for a second time, Swift slowed things down, playing an acoustic version of the sweet love song, "Call It What You Want".

So do we, Taylor.

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