Its’s Taylor Swift’s world, we’re just living in it.

After much anticipation, Swift has finally released the first single off her upcoming 6th studio album, Reputation. The song, titled “Look What You Made Me Do” has a direct aim at those people that have tried to trash her reputation over the past years.

The song doesn’t take long to kick off the tempo of what is bound to be an album full of diss tracks. “I don’t like your little games/ Like your tilted stage,” Swift begins in the tune, which she co-wrote with 1989 collaborator Jack Antanoff. “The role you make me play, the fool/ No, I don’t like you.” Later followed up with “The world moves on/ Another day, another drama, drama/ But not for me, not for me/ All I think about is karma.”

Some believe this is a brav aimed at Katy Perry as she sings about Karma in “Swish Swish” while others believe the sky could be aimed at the drama with Kim Kardashian “I don’t like your perfect crime/ How you laugh when you lie/ You said the gun was mine”).

Either way looks like those people hat piled on the Taylor bashing have something coming to hem as the seeet girl next door seems to have let her fangs out and embraced the monicker she has been given by the media, her enemies and the like.

The song serves as the first single off Swift’s upcoming sixth album, Reputation, which arrives November 10 and is available for pre-order on

iTunes, Target, TaylorSwift.com, and Walmart.

Though Swift released her fifth album 1989 in October 2014, she’s remained a large pop culture presence. Three of the LP’s singles — “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space,” and “Bad Blood” — hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, topping the chart for a collective 12 weeks. Two more of its hits, “Wildest Dreams” and “Style,” made it into the chart’s top 10.

The lyric video that also dropped tonight was produced by longtime collaborator, Joseph Kahn with help from Swift and it features some eye catching references to her list of enemies, snakes and Swoft as a a killer.

Take a listen at the new single below and make sure to tune in to Good Morning America tomorrow morning for a sneak peek at the music video.

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