A final teaser in the form of "Call It What You Want" was released in the days leading up to Taylor Swift's long awaited album, reputation. The collaboration between long-time cowriters Swift & Jack Antonoff (of fun. & Bleachers) debuted at No. 27 this week on the Billboard Hot 100.
Though the recorded version was made with a music production controller, live kick, dx7 strings, and samples of Taylor's voice, Swift opted acoustic during its live debut on SNL, proving that a pop song can stand on its own two feet. Antonoff, who takes the No. 12 Hot Hitmaker spot this week, suggests that you "listen on headphones at night on a walk."
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