Taylor Swift releases new single, music video for 'ME!' featuring Brendon Urie

Oscar Cross
April 27, 2019

Now onto the reason that Swift is one of the most thoughtful artists to her fans: She's one of the biggest stars in the world, yet dedicated nearly an hour to take selfies with hundreds of fans Thursday (April 25), even getting down on her hands and knees on concrete to greet fans on the lower parking lot at her mural launch.

She surprised a few hundred of those fans Thursday when she visited a mural she commissioned in Nashville and thanked them for showing up. Thank you to everyone who showed up, I've never been more proud of your Federal Bureau of Investigation level detective skills. The song also features Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie. At the Disco's Brendon Urie.

She announced the release during an interview with ABC's Robin Roberts in an interview during the 2019 NFL Draft, according to Rolling Stone.

Swift released her last album, "Reputation", in 2017.

Taylor Swift has been teasing the date "4.26" for exactly 13 days, which as fans know, is her lucky number. 'Me!' is all about embracing your individuality and owning it.

So, Swifties, you heard our girl: Get to work mining "ME!" for clues! The new era is a total 180 from the hardcore black-and-white, snake-driven aesthetic of Reputation.

Fans are obsessing over the part of the video where she's offered an engagement ring, which she rejects, but then she's offered a cat, and she's into it.

The singer's new single, "Me!" dropped at midnight Friday and is seemingly on course to set the new record for most views of a music video within its first 24 hours.

"You're the only one of you/ Baby, that's the fun of you/ And I promise that nobody's gonna love you like me", Swift and Urie sing together. "It makes it more fun for me to create music videos knowing they'll care about little easter eggs or clues or hints".

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