Published: Thu, May 02, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Taylor Swift's 'ME!' breaks YouTube record for Most-Watched Video in

Taylor Swift's 'ME!' breaks YouTube record for Most-Watched Video in

The rollout for Taylor Swift's seventh album is barely underway, but it's already been quite the adventure.

'It's not just a song that's for, "Oh, put this song on when you feel good about yourself". "So I will simply say: Thank you, Taylor Swift, for allowing me to be a part of your lovely story".

Prior to the video's release, Swift even teased that a third cat would be joining her family through her surprise mural in Nashville.

ME!, an extremely upbeat, joyful track, is written by Swift, Urie and Joel Little. Furthermore, she revealed that she tried to go "all-out" for ME! as a token of gratitude for her fans and everyone who supported her all throughout.

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The radiance and positivity that "ME!" captures isn't just for happy times, though - Swift explained that she wants it to be an anthem of self-empowerment that'll inspire people through their ups and their downs. At the Disco frontman Brendon Urie - broke the record for the most views in a single day on its platform. He's an fantastic little animal, ' she told Brendon. With an opening slot that marks the live debut of Taylor Swift collab "ME!", the first-ever BBMAs performance from Panic!

Reacting to the wonderful news, Swift took to Twitter to express her disbelief over this new record made. Maybe not at first, but this is only because they are jealous.

Taylor Swift's new song 'ME!' may have gone gangbusters on the charts but it was met with a mixed response from fans and critics who took issue with its light and fluffy nature and basic lyrics. Let us know what you think Me! sounds like in our Facebook comments! "That's not naturally how we're going to feel all the time", she said.

"I definitely go down the Tumblr rabbit hole a lot - sometimes so much so that I need my brain to take a break, but then I just go right back", she said.

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