Taylor Swift’s Reputation time has been a rollercoaster ride. From one viewpoint, it sold an astounding 1.2 million duplicates in its first week. On the other, it got blended surveys and hasn’t generally made a mark on popular culture. In any event, in contrast with the all-overcoming 1989 period. Some portion of the issue has been interested single options. “Look What You Made Me Do” was something the 28-year-old expected to get off her chest (and furnished her with the ideal vehicle for a shady video), yet it is a non-melody.
The same applies to the marginal unlistenable “… Ready For It?” and cliché “End Game.” However, there are some great tracks on Reputation and “Fragile” is one of them. Admirably, the Max Martin/Shellback-delivered electro-pop love tune is being taken off as the collection’s fourth single. It impacts pop and grown-up contemporary radio on March 12-13 and has each shot of interfacing with audience members in a way that the collection’s past cuts didn’t. Look at it underneath.
Taylor Swift – Delicate [CDQ + 320]