On Thursday night, Swift debuted her song "New Year's Day" on ABC during an airing of Scandal.
The highly anticipated album was announced back in August after Taylor posted a series of snake-themed videos on social media. Just a day after the project’s title was revealed, the 27-year-old singer dropped the lead single "Look What You Made Me Do," which went on to lead the Hot 100 and break multiple records despite widespread criticism. The tracks "…Ready For It," "Gorgeous," and "Call It What You Want" followed "Look What You Made Me Do."
In the weeks leading up to Reputation’s arrival, there were very few details about what Taylor had in store; however, it was only a few days ago when the album’s full tracklist surfaced on the internet, revealing a collaborative cut with Ed Shereen and Future titled "End Game." Unsurprisingly, that detail didn’t go over too well with Hendrix fans.
Reputation is now available on iTunes. Those who were hoping to stream the 15-track project must wait a week, according to several reports. Industry sources told Billboard that Swift's Big Machine Label Group is predicting Reputation will sell 2 million units within the first week.