Taylor Swift recently revealed her newest track titled "Look What You Made Me Do" from her sixth studio album "Reputation." The track addresses music artist Kanye West [VIDEO] for degrading her in public. Her new single seems to be something of a turning point of her career.

Swift's new style for the song

TMZ recently posted the lyrical video for "Look What You Made Me Do." The video discloses that Swift has been sharpening her lyrical cutters during her hiatus.

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The new track appears to be a scathing attack on a couple of her biggest enemies, Kanye West and Katy Perry. She has come up with a new style for the song, yet with an old revengeful attitude as she is known for narrative songs about her personal life.

She recently made few headlines over the years, mostly due to her personal life rather than her music.

According to E! news, the 27-year-old pop star has kept out of the public eye with a low-profile on social media accounts. Though she has not been very active on social media but fans were worried when she completely erased her social media accounts. Later, she returned to social media with a ten-second video featuring tail of a snake as she seemed to play ambiguous games with her fans. The new single [VIDEO] unveils her Dark Side in respect of her vision of getting even. She also revealed her cover album, featuring a black and white picture of Taylor Swift, showing up before a background of newspaper content, and repeatedly reading "Taylor Swift." "Blank Space" star is set to drop her album "Reputation" on November 10.

Swift's past experiences in her songs

Swift always uses her past experiences as an inspiration in her work. She often addresses the anonymous crushes of her high school years and frequently criticizes her ex-boyfriends. Most of her revengeful songs are all about males in her past, that how they treated her terribly and their failed relationships. The new single "Look What You Made Me Do" is one of her darkest sides. She herself openly accepts that "the old Taylor" can no longer be heard. This time, she is more direct and addressing her enemies with shrewdness as her lyrics are all about karma and settling the score.

However, fans can't wait longer for her new album. They have witnessed throughout the years that it is instinctive nature of Taylor to drop vengeful songs for her haters. She has never been reluctant in getting even through her lyrical power. Her fans admire the way she puts out fearless messages and warnings in her songs.