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Taylor Swift’s reputation precedes her — and now the Grammy-winning artist has dropped another new single to precede her “Reputation,” a new album coming November 10.
Swift gave fans an early peak at “Gorgeous” Thursday, but the full track was released on Spotify and iTunes Friday morning.
“Gorgeous” is the third song from Swift’s new album to hit the nation’s headphones. To hype the November release, Swift had previously released two of the featured tracks, “Look What You Made Me Do” and “...Ready for It?”
It’s been nearly three years since Swift’s last album — “1989” — which won the Album of the Year Grammy.
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