The Taylor Swift platforms, which were being bombarded with beautiful pastel shades from past few weeks, have resulted in a new single and fans can’t get enough of it. Launching the music video of “ME!”, the 29-year-old ended the 13-day countdown that has been teasing her devoted fans, Swifties. It also features Brendon Urie – vocalist from the Panic! at the Disco band – and is a first flower from her upcoming seventh album, which the fans believe will bloom as finely.
The pop-star is known for releasing Taylor Lead Singles, and the latest video is perceived to have all the signs: French dialogues, pastels, rainbows, butterflies, portrait of Dixie Chicks and her new third cat. Produced by the Joel Little (Lorde, Khalid) and Swift, the single came a major shift from her previous lead single “Look What You Made Me Do” from the “Reputation” album.
Singer Taylor Swift is also known amongst her fans as a songwriter, who takes inspiration from her own life experiences. She is popular for turning her problems into her spark and her gasoline for creating her art. The fact becomes a reason for the speculations that emerge soon after she releases any song or album.
This time, it is being considered that “ME!” is a music of moving on and averting eyes. The music video begins with a snake, connoting the theme of her previous 2017 album, that explodes into thousand colorful butterflies. The relevance of the video conjectured was that Taylor Swift has left the fiery in the past.
The fans that were eagerly waiting for the countdown to end showered abundant love over the song, as it broke several records. The official Taylor Swift channel on YouTube shared the video during mid-night, and it took only a day to make history. The video-sharing Google-owned platform highlighted that “ME!” broke the record of most plays in first 24 hours among solo artists. Smashing the record of Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next”, Swift’s latest received 65.2 million views.
Moreover, Amazon Music wrote on Twitter that the single has broken “TWO records for most first day streams and on-demand voice requests with Alexa than any other single debut on Amazon Music.”
While a single song has amused the fans extensively, we can only wait for the full album to release.
During an iHeartRadio Wango Tango concert on Saturday in California, Taylor Swift performedwearing a rainbow-colored ensemble,