Published: Wed, August 30, 2017
Culture | By Marion Pratt

Taylor Swift Crushes YouTube's 24-Hour Record

Taylor Swift Crushes YouTube's 24-Hour Record

As far as the actual music video for Look What You Made Me Do, the full thing will be released on Monday during MTV's VMA awards.

This is a massive accomplishment, considering Swift's video views smashed Adele's record for "Hello", which originally had 27.7 million views in 24 hours and held the record for highest number of views for the past two years.

Swift will release Reputation on September 10, and she's announced the cities for a massive tour in support of the album. "Despacito" was the fastest video to ever reach 2 billion streams, but even though it was racking up 170 views per second for months on end, at this rate, it might not be long till Taylor Swift is knocking on their bilingual door.

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Secondly, Swift's song is a response to haters and past feuds, which people can't seem to get enough of.

YouTube officials have also confirmed the song's lyric video was played 19 million times within the first 24 hours of its launch by users, a new record for the video-streaming site. In 24 hours #LWYMMDvideo set a record with 43.2 million views.

Swift is one Target's best-selling artists of all time, Mark Tritton, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, said in the statement, and the magazine gives the retailer an exclusive collectible for her fans during the fall shopping season.

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Target and Taylor Swift have teamed up to publish two glossy print magazines curated by the mega-pop star in order to promote the November 10 release of her new album "Reputation", according to a blog post from the retailer.

The "Look What You Made Me Do" video acts that out symbolically, featuring a zombie Taylor Swift rising from out of the grave, then flashing to scenes of Swift in a bath of diamonds, as a queen, a motorcycle outlaw and more.

The Internet is full of speculation regarding the hidden meanings portrayed in the video, but for now, it's simplest to just say that Taylor Swift has taken control of the negative press and is using it to her advantage.

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