The album housing the year's most prominent Right Said Fred interpolation was released Friday. You can't stream it, squidbrains.

If you forked over $13.99 on iTunes, however, you've already been tuned in to the chatter surrounding some of the lyrics found on Taylor Swift's 15-track Reputation.

As expected, lyrical dissectors have wasted little time linking Reputation passages to Swift's multi-chaptered Kanye West rivalry. Most notably, "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things"—co-penned with Bleachers' Jack Antonoff—has fans convinced Swift is firing off multiple allusions to her extremely public whatevering with West:

So why'd you have to rain on my parade?
I’m shaking my head, I’m locking the gates

In the track's second verse, Swift possibly references the 2016 "Famous” debate that resulted in Kim Kardashian leaking a phone conversation she had with West about a certain line:

It was so nice being friends again
There I was giving you a second chance
But then you stabbed in the back while shaking my hand
And therein lies the issue
Friends don't try to trick you
Get you on the phone and mind-twist you
So I took an axe to a mended fence

Elsewhere, as noted by Genius Friday, Swift maybe makes another reference to the phone call with a quick receipts lament on "I Did Something Bad": 

They're burning all the witches, even if you aren't one
They got their pitchforks and proof, their receipts and reasons
They're burning all the witches, even if you aren't one

The album's Fred-nodding lead single, "Look What You Made Me Do," was also interpreted by fans to have included a number of West references upon its release. 

Diss or no diss, Big Machine Label Group is predicting Reputation will hit two million units moved during its first week of release. If the two-million mark is hit, Reputation will go down as the biggest debut of Swift's career. Other industry analysts, however, are quite skeptical of these projections.