Taylor Swift ends intrigue, announces new album in November

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After wiping her social media account late last week and spending this week uploading cryptic teasers, we have solid information from the pop star herself. The album is set for release on November 10.

Taylor's last album, 1989, was released in 2014, marking her current comeback as the longest break she has taken between albums in her entire career. Part of the reveal for the album included the news that the first new single is coming tomorrow night.

In a related development, Swift is rumored to be appearing at the MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday, where her one-time rival Katy Perry is also slated to perform and to release her new video for "Swish Swish", the diss track aimed at Swift.

But that's not all - Swifties will get a taste of her new music later this week!

She made headlines this month after a federal jury sided with her in her groping case, but has otherwise been absent from public life in the past year. Not a bad strategy for a woman known to bury references in her liner notes.

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The snake can be explained by the snake imagery Taylor has been using to promote the new album all week, imagery that fans think suggests at a darker tone. Swift is one of the best-selling artists of all time, having sold more than 40 million albums-including 27.1 million in the US-and 130 million single downloads.

Taylor Swift is an American singer-songwriter who is one of the most popular contemporary female recording artists.

She might perform the single at the VMAs this weekend.