Taylor Swift is shedding her snake persona with her new high energy single “Me!” The Reputation singer released a music video with Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco to debut her first song from her upcoming studio album.
Taylor, 29, dropped her new single at midnight on April 26. The music video begins with a snake that explodes and turns into several colorful butterflies. On her last album Reputation, she seemed to embrace the symbol of a snake after her feud with Kim Kardashian, but “Me!” points more in the direction of her 1989 single “Shake It Off.”
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The singer exclusively told Apple Music the song is “about individuality, it’s about celebrating that and not feeling like you’re replaceable.”
She continued, “I feel like we’re sent so many messages in a day that there’s a better version of us on a social media app with like better abs and a better vacation spot. But you’re the only one of you, that’s it, there’s just you.”
Taylor sings the message, “And you can't spell ‘awesome’ without ‘me’” and “I'm the only one of me” throughout her new single.
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