Last Friday, August 18, Taylor Swift mysteriously wiped all of her social media accounts, removing profile pictures from Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and deleting all of her Instagram posts, leading to speculations of an album announcement. On Monday, she posted a silent 20 second clip of a snake, adding fuel to the new album rumour fire.

Now, the singer has announced a new album. Reputation will be released November 10, with its first single expected tonight.

Reputation is Swift’s sixth studio album, and her first album since 2014’s 1989, which won album of the year at the Grammy Awards. Since then, she recorded “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” for the soundtrack to Fifty Shades Darker with Zayn. After previously pulling all her music from streaming services in 2014 due to Spotify’s per-stream royalty numbers, her discography returned to all platforms earlier this year.

Revisit “Bad Blood” below.

In other music news, Tyler, The Creator dropped a new track "ZIPLOC" and announced a US tour. Get the full scoop right here.

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