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Taylor Swift debuts “Look What You Made Me Do” (Taylor’s Version) – new release highlights re-recording of hit song.

– Taylor Swift releases “Taylor’s Version” of “Look What You Made Me Do”
– Swift re-recording her past discography to regain control over her music
– Critics and fans praise the new rendition of the hit song from 2017

Pop superstar Taylor Swift has unveiled a re-recorded version of her hit song “Look What You Made Me Do” in a brilliant move to take back control of her music. The track, titled “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor’s Version),” debuted on April 15 with immediate praises from both fans and critics alike.

Swift’s decision to re-record her earlier discography comes after a long-standing conflict with record executive Scooter Braun, who had acquired her original masters without her approval, therefore preventing her from owning her own music. The revised song is the first release from her highly-anticipated re-recorded album, “Reputation (Taylor’s Version),” set to follow last year’s successful “Fearless (Taylor’s Version).”

The new version of “Look What You Made Me Do” has been critically acclaimed, maintaining the original spirit and energy of the 2017 hit. Fans have shown their support by streaming and purchasing the track, encouraging Swift in her mission to reclaim control of her music’s narrative.

The release of “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor’s Version)” is a significant step in Swift’s ongoing effort to stand up against the music industry’s exploitative practices. “Artists should own their own work for so many reasons, but the most screamingly obvious one is that the artist is the only one who really *knows* that body of work,” Swift wrote in a 2019 Tumblr post. This ethos is reflected in her decision to re-record and re-release her past music, giving her the creative autonomy she deserves.

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