"Look What You Made Me Do" singer Taylor Swift has been making headlines with the release of two new singles from her upcoming record, "Reputation." Her controversial music video [VIDEO] and single broke several records in the few days that it was released and now fans can get another look at the new Taylor through a promo video Swift created in collaboration with "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Andy Samberg. In the 60-second video posted to Swift's Facebook account, a voice over explains how fans can keep track of Swift with AT&T's "Taylor Swift Now" offering.

60-second clip shows a day in the life of the singer

The minute-long video to promote AT&T's "Taylor Swift Now" sees the singer in the studio, hanging out with her cat and running into "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actor Andy Samberg, with whom she gets into a fight.

And because this is Swift, she wins after kicking him through a wall. On YouTube, the video is 45 seconds longer, showing Swift eating food off her shirt and calling the actor "Andy Sam-jerk." AT&T also released a behind the scenes video, in which Swift talks about really eating the prop food she had during the filming of the video. Check it out below for more.

Singer teases a new song

The AT&T promo for "Taylor Swift Now" teases more music to come for the 27-year old Grammy Award winning singer, who is set to release "Reputation" this November. But just as she is about to sing into the microphone, the video ends, leaving fans for more. For now, fans can listen to "Look What You Made Me Do," and the sexy, more mature "Ready for It," [VIDEO] which sounds like a continuation of "Style" from "1989."

'Despacito' dethroned

What most have called the jam of the summer, "Despacito" from Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber, has been dethroned by Taylor Swift herself.

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CNN reported that as "Despacito" was gearing up to spend a record 17th week on the top of the Billboard chart, Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" swooped in to take its place. "Despacito" then failed to take home the record held by Mariah Carey's 1995 single "One Sweet Day," which featured Boyz II Men. It seems that fans of both, Carey and Swift, have teamed up to dethrone the song, which has been heard worldwide on repeat. Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" is currently on top, amassing 250 million views at the time of this publication. The music video was directed by frequent collaborator Joseph Khan, who also directed "Bad Blood." "Reputation" is set to arrive on November 10.