She’s back — and she’s ready to strike a pose.
Taylor Swift on Thursday launched “Look What You Made Me Do,” the accusatory first single from her November-anticipated Reputation LP, and swiftly followed the rollout with news of her Target exclusive release.
Also dropping on Nov. 10 will be two magazines which boast, according to a release, 72 pages of personal poetry and photos as well as artwork by Swift, handwritten lyric sheets, outtakes from the “Look What You Made Me Do” music video shoot, and a poster. (Should you choose to simply procure the CD-only version at Target come release day, you’ll still score yourself the poster.)
Both magazines, along with the album, are now available for pre-order. Reputation, Swift’s sixth studio LP, is due for release Nov. 10; the music video for “Look What You Made Me Do” will premiere Sunday night during the MTV VMAs broadcast.