Look What You Made Me Do is the lead single off of Taylor Swift’s upcoming album Reputation and features production by Jack Antonoff.
Everything Mainstream Consensus:
“After the thrilling, glittery pop phenomenon that was Taylor Swift’s 1989 album era, Look What You Made Me Do is hardly a step forward. The production relies on a sample that shorts a stunning pre-chorus and Swift’s lyrics are either too blatant in the intention or too obnoxious to take seriously. Despite these issues, the song does have a punch, and once again, that pre-chorus is breathtaking. Too bad it’s followed by a lackluster chorus that completely stalls the momentum.”
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