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Music producer Jack Antonoff is keeping quiet about who Taylor Swift is singing about in her new song

"I had to go to the vault for this one", the jeweller to the stars revealed upon the videos release.

The New Taylor stands atop a mountain of Old Taylors, and brings them all together at the end, mocking old versions of herself, her public image and the criticism she's received.

Following the single release, the music video broke it's own records after being released at the 2017 VMAS on Sunday.

The video itself says a lot and there are already multiple sources breaking down each scene possible to decipher the secret messages.

The singer's camp responded to the controversial announcement by suggesting there is no connection, regarding the 10th November release date. Nils Sjöberg was the moniker she used to be listed in the songwriting credits.

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Look close or you'll miss it! Many have attempted decoding the lyrics to speculate that one song, in which Swift has not only attacked Kanye West and Katy Perry, but also criticised the media.

Swift's latest video is a controversial one, in particular due to the bath scene, which many fans have speculated is a reference to Kim Kardashian, who was tied up and left in a bathtub during a robbery at gunpoint in Paris past year.

However, according to data from Spoton Track, "Look What You Made Me Do" hit over 5.9 million plays on August 29, meaning it would actually take 41,134 participants to fulfill "Hey Mama" Day's goal. There was no recording, however, of Swift listening to and approving 'I made that bitch famous'.

And following their recent stresses, neither Kanye nor Kim want to spend their time fretting about their issues with Taylor. They (and she) made us do that.

Past year during the Fourth of July the Avengers actor was seen wearing a I love TS shirt while frolicking in the sea.

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