— Taylor Swift Drops Reputation, Disses Kim, Kanye, Calvin Harris
— Highly-anticipated Reputation album leaked online 12 hours before the official release
Taylor Swift‘s new album Reputation is here and the Internet can finally let out all of its emotions.
The singer dropped the 15-track offering at midnight on Friday, sending her fans into a near-immediate frenzy of analyzing lyrics and digging for references in new songs such as “I Did Something Bad,” “Dancing with Our Hands Tied” and “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things.”
Swift’s fans were thrown into frenzy when the full, highly-anticipated album was leaked online 12 hours before the official release. Faced with the tantalizing quandary — to listen, or not listen — many took to Twitter.
Read some of the reactions to Reputation and its leak below.
— JAP Luceno (@ItsJAPL1998) November 9, 2017
It literally feels like Christmas Eve #reputation
— makenzie baird (@makenziebaird1) November 10, 2017
— Sarah (@sarahnorton94) November 10, 2017
don’t 🗣 ever 🗣 call 🗣 yourself 🗣 a 🗣 swiftie 🗣 if 🗣 you 🗣 listened 🗣 to 🗣 the 🗣 leak#reputation
— lou 🇵🇭 (@unwealchonce) November 9, 2017
Try to rationalize it all you want, listening to the leaks is not okay. You’re not entitled to it because you bought an album. So stop trying to justify being shitty. #TaylorSwift #reputation #ts6 #Leaks
— my reputation’s never been worse (@Swiftyizz) November 9, 2017
Buy #reputation swifties!! Remember, do not tolerate illegal downloading of songs
— RePUTAsyon (@perrypherals) November 10, 2017
So yeah it just hit me that in a matter of hours I will have the album that will define my early twenties and I’m just super emotional and I need a hug #reputation
— larndeer returns🦌 (@itslstock) November 10, 2017
— madison jayne bruce (@madssbrucee) November 8, 2017
Someone asked me what I’m doing tomorrow….. like don’t they know Taylor’s dropping an album??? I’m busy going to target to buy my CD & never leaving my room. #TS6
— AnnaMarijka (@annamarijka) November 10, 2017