Did Nicki Minaj Just Shade Taylor Swift?

Dora Pope
August 26, 2017

Co-written and co-produced by Jack Antonoff, the track rattles with sharp synths and stiff electronic drums before bursting into piano lines, icy pads, and-bizarrely enough-an eerie interpolation of Right Said Fred " s 1991 hit "I'm Too Sexy".

You can finally shake it off: Taylor Swift has released her new single.

Swift released "Look What You Made Me Do", a pop track in which she takes aim at unnamed subjects who have tried to bring her down, singing "Maybe I got mine, but you'll all get yours". Also, the way she says "Look what you made me do" sounds a LOT like the way white girls sing along to Nicki Minaj (I would know) which is maybe fine for driving around in your auto, but it is teetering on offensive here.

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Surprisingly, for Swift at least, she kicks off her latest era with a song that seems to call out her beef with West and Kardashian via a reference to a "tilted stage" (West's Life of Pablo tour featured him performing on a floating stage that would tilt and move above the audience).

BOBBY: I'm not trying to hear Taylor Swift on a normal day, but I'm really not trying to hear this warmed-over hash made from five-year-old Britney and Pink leftovers being lamely rolled in jackass Kanye's general direction. The song is the first single from her sixth album, "reputation", to be released November 10. Clearly her current rebirth is a much darker one, as she has wiped away any sign of her former persona on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and all her other public platforms. "/ Oh, 'cause she's dead!" News reported on Friday, Aug. 25, Swift is already planning ahead. "I don't like your little games, Don't like your titled stage, The role you made me play of the fool". "Fred and I have always been of the view that it's the song that is the most important thing and musicians should always stick together because if we start to get a bit angry with each other that's when it gets a bit depressing".

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