Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

Amid mixed reviews, Taylor Swift's Reputation witnesses strong sales

Amid mixed reviews, Taylor Swift's Reputation witnesses strong sales

Swift's sales include include both download and CD sales in the United States.

Now that Reputation has dropped, Swifties have had time to learn all the lyrics and learn what was going on through the singer's mind when she chose to take some time away from the limelight.

According to the fan, Taylor also addressed pregnancy rumors and the rude run-ins with paparazzi during her down-time. Her last tour in 2015 grossed between 250 million and 300 million.

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She goes on: "We are never just good or just bad".

Over the course of 15 songs, Swift masks her bitterness under a coat of radio-ready hooks that nearly cause listeners to forget she's singing about pop culture headlines and petty feuds. During her second performance, which was of the song "Call It What You Want", the singer brought out a guitar and performed the thing whole thing acoustically. It was an interesting dichotomy to her first performance, and a glimpse into the internal struggle contained within Reputation's running time. No one can just disappear for as long as she did, going completely off the grid, and then resurface with such ferocity as she has.

"Joined by dancers, she first performed her single ".Ready for It?" before later returning to offer up an acoustic rendition of her song "Call It What You Want", the latter of which is perhaps one of the album standouts. This was about as polar opposite of clean-cut, and another proclamation that she's not the Taylor of old.

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