After a bout of social media teasing, pop star Taylor Swift made good on a vow to drop new music, releasing early Friday the rainbow-colored video for her latest single, "ME!"
Key moments include Swift dancing in a business suit, Urie arriving from the sky in an umbrella Mary Poppins style, the pair holding a 1960s-inspired concert and Swift and Urie enjoying a splashy, colorful rain shower together.
ME! is the first single from Swift's upcoming seventh studio album, which is yet untitled.
The accompanying video, directed by Swift and Dave Meyers, opens on a CGI snake bursting into a swarm of pastel butterflies - alluding to the singer's last album Reputation, which embraced snake imagery.
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It didn't take long for fans to connect the dots and accuse Kardashian of shading Swift by posting snakes at the exact time of "ME!'s" release. The song happens to have some special references to snakes which are making her fans suspect that she has been targeting the Kardashians with this particular reference. (She grew up on a Christmas tree farm and crossed over to Pop music from Country) Or, are they classic Taylor Easter Eggs?
We're pretty sure millions of fans are not only jamming out to Swift this morning, but also crying tears of joy for the new song and, hopefully, more new music to come.
The message of Reputation is clear, and that is the old Taylor is dead. They are also the cause of four of her video's reaching over 1 billion views, two of those over 2 billion. The track sounds simply awesome and is a flawless treat for all the die hard Taylor Swift fans! In the 'Me!' music video, Taylor gets offered a wedding ring and says no to it. But while many think that this single a re-introduction to the original Taylor Swift, Taylor, herself, revealed that this song is actuality about individuality.