Taylor Swift announces new album, 'Reputation' with brand new single out on Thursday

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Taylor Swift has officially marked her return to music.

Shortly, after claiming victory in the courtroom, in her sexual groping trial against a Denver DJ - Swift took sent her team of swifters in a frenzy when she dropped the name of her new album on all of her social media outlets.

'Reputation' - as announced by the singer-songwriter will be her 6th studio album after her 2014 released chart-smashing effort, '1989.'

Taylor didn't say much on her either Twitter or Instagram, apart from three self-explanatory images - one of which appears to be the cover of her new album.

Check it out below:

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This is perfect timing for Swift to come out with new music, since rival pop star Katy Perry also dropped the official music video of 'Swish Swish' - a diss track directed towards Swift, in response to her 2014-released single, 'Bad Blood.'

The 27 year old Grammy winning singer-songwriter will have plenty of subjects to write songs about. It would be interesting to see if her new album would any reference to her court-trial, Katy Perry or any of her past relationships.

'Reputation' is stated for a release on November 10, 2017.


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