The 27-year-old, pop star, Taylor Swift recently published her new song, "Look What You Made Me Do", from her album "Reputation", which has already made headlines much before its scheduled release on November and set a new streaming record.
Newly published "Look" was a joint venture of the pop singer and Jack Antonoff, a performer from Bleachers and Fun. Taylor wrote the lyrics and produced it.
The new single was streamed more than 8 million times on Spotify and 19 million times on YouTube. Both music streaming sites have confirmed it via the Washington Post.
On the first day of its release, Taylor has proved to be on the right track toward the best-selling singles of all time. If that happens then "Look" will beat Adele's records for "Hello", which was sold 653,000 downloads in its second week.
Almost 200,000 copies of the new single have been sold already. Last time Ed Sheeran's top ranked "Shape of You" song had the record for selling maximum copies in a single week. But Taylor looks desperate to break both the records and as many as possible this year.
However, the big bang happened late Thursday on various streaming platforms, including iTunes. Till now only a lyrical video of the song has gone on YouTube. Taylor has posted a clip from the video on Twitter, which will be premiered at MTV Video Music Awards2017, Sunday.
Check out the song here: