Taylor Swift Unveils Bouncy BloodPop Remix of '...Ready for It?'


Taylor Swift Unveils Bouncy BloodPop Remix of '...Ready for It?'


The remix of the track was previously released on streaming service Tidal only, but fans can now listen to it on YouTube.
Following the success of Taylor Swift's record-breaker album "Reputation", producer BloodPop, also known as Blood Diamonds, has re-worked one of the hit songs off the album, "...Ready for It?". It follows the producer's previous remixes such as Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd's "Lust for Life" as well as Haim's "Little of Your Love".

The remix of the track is very different from the original version as BloodPop brings a lighter take on it. Despite that, loyal Swifties still love it. The track was originally released on streaming service Tidal only, but fans can now listen to it on YouTube. Fans are also able to purchase the song on iTunes.



In other Taylor-related news, the 27-year-old songstress is featured on TIME's Person of the Year cover as one of 2017 "The Silence Breakers". Taylor is given the title after she testified in court in August about being assaulted in a room full of people. The magazine believes that the singer's action has inspired women to speak out about sexual harassment.

Back in 2013, a radio DJ named David Mueller grabbed Taylor's rear end during a photo session. After that, she privately reported the incident to the station, leading to David getting fired. He sued the singer for defamation two years later, but tragically lost in the court.

In an interview with the magazine, Taylor stated that it was important to report the incident to the radio station because she "felt like that they needed to know." The singer then went on by giving advice to her fans to not "blame yourself and do not accept the blame others will try to place on you," when they report sexual harassment.

"You should not be blamed for waiting 15 minutes or 15 days to report sexual assault or harassment," she said. "Or for the the outcome of what happens to a person after he or she makes the choice to sexually harass or assault you."


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