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Reputation (stylized as reputation) is the sixth studio album by Taylor Swift. It was released on November 10, 2017 through Big Machine Records. The album was leaked a few hours before its release date. This was Taylor Swift's last album with the label, as she left after her contact expired and moved to Republic Records starting with Lover.


On August 18, 2017, Swift wiped all posts from her social media accounts, as well as her official website.[1] A few days later, Swift posted a series of clips of a snake,[2] which referenced her feuds with Kanye West, Katy Perry, Calvin Harris, and Kim Kardashian the previous year.[3] Fans speculated that Swift was about to announce an upcoming album.[1][4] On August 23, Swift announced the album on her Instagram, revealing the album cover art and release date.

Reputation was released on November 10, 2017. The album's lead single, "Look What You Made Me Do", was released on August 25, 2017.[5] The album was also released with two editions of a magazine, also titled Reputation, and available exclusively at Target.

Taylor has done a lot of marketing for her new album through surprise visits on Instagram to her fans as well as stalking fans and inviting 20 of them to listen to her Reputation album in London.

Before the album was released, the number of pre-orders reached more than 400,000 units, double the amount of her 1989 album. During its release date on November 10, the album's first date sales reached 700,000 units. The album became the fastest album in history to reach the #1 spot on US iTunes, only six minutes after its release. Only after four days of its release, reputation was certified platinum (meaning it has sold a million units) with 1,050,000 units. reputation then proceeded to sell 1.28 million copies in the US in its debut week, making it the best selling album of 2017.

This has led to Swift being the only person to debut four albums that are certified platinum, following 1989 (1.29M units), Red (1.21M units), and Speak Now (1.05M units) since 1991. The album debuted at number one on Billboard 200 during the week of December 2, 2017. In addition to that, reputation also sold more than the combined sales of the 199 albums on Billboard 200 for that week.


The lead single, "Look What You Made Me Do" was released on August 25, 2017, and its music video premiered on August 27, 2017, at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.

"Gorgeous" was announced as the album’s second single.

On September 2, 2017, Swift teased on Instagram that the first track off reputation, titled "...Ready For It?", was going to be released as a promotional single. It was made available for digital download with the pre-order of Reputation on September 3, 2017. On October 23, 2017, a teaser of the music video for the song was released, with the full video having its premiere on October 26. On October 24, 2017, the song impacted rhythmic contemporary radio as the album's second single.

On November 14, 2017, "End Game" featuring Ed Sheeran and Future was released as the third single. The music video was released at midnight on January 11, 2018.

On November 27, 2017, "New Year's Day" was released as the fourth single exclusively for country radio stations.

On January 12, 2018, "Gorgeous" was released as the fifth single exclusively in the UK.

On March 12, 2018, "Delicate" was released as the sixth single, the music video premiered on March 11, 2018, during the iHeartRadio Music Awards.

On September 6, 2018, "Getaway Car" was released as the seventh single exclusively in Australia and New Zealand.

Promotional singles

On October 19, 2017, Swift announced she would be releasing a new song titled "Gorgeous". It became available the next day through digital retailers and streaming services as a promotional single from the album. On November 2, 2017. Swift announced she would be releasing the second promotional song from Reputation while posting teasers on her official Twitter and Instagram accounts. The track, titled "Call It What You Want" was released at midnight on November 3, 2017.

Track listing

Standard edition
1."...Ready For It?"Taylor Swift • Max MartinShellback • Ali PayamiMartin • Shellback • Payami3:28
2."End Game" (featuring Ed Sheeran and Future)Swift • Martin • Shellback • Ed Sheeran • Nayvadius WilburnMartin • Shellback4:04
3."I Did Something Bad"Swift • Martin • ShellbackMartin • Shellback3:58
4."Don't Blame Me"Swift • Martin • ShellbackMartin • Shellback3:56
5."Delicate"Swift • Martin • ShellbackMartin • Shellback3:52
6."Look What You Made Me Do"Swift • Jack Antonoff • Richard Fairbrass • Fred Fairbrass • Rob ManzoliAntonoff • Swift3:31
7."So It Goes..."Swift • Martin • Shellback • Oscar GörresMartin • Shellback • Görres3:47
8."Gorgeous"Swift • Martin • ShellbackMartin • Shellback3:29
9."Getaway Car"Swift • AntonoffAntonoff • Swift3:53
10."King Of My Heart"Swift • Martin • ShellbackMartin • Shellback3:34
11."Dancing With Our Hands Tied"Swift • Martin, Shellback • Oscar HolterMartin • Shellback • Holter3:31
12."Dress"Swift • AntonoffAntonoff • Swift3:50
13."This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things"Swift • AntonoffAntonoff • Swift3:27
14."Call It What You Want"Swift • AntonoffAntonoff • Swift3:23
15."New Year's Day"Swift • AntonoffAntonoff • Swift3:55
Total length:55:38
Japanese deluxe edition – Bonus DVD
1."Look What You Made Me Do" (music video)4:16
2."Look What You Made Me Do" (lyric video)3:35
3."Look What You Made Me Do" (making of)12:09
Total length:20:00

Scrapped Tracks

  • Family

Awards and nominations

Reputation received 5 awards from 7 nominations.

Year Organization Award Result
2018 American Music Awards Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
Billboard Music Awards Top Billboard 200 Album Won
Top Selling Album Won
Japan Gold Disc Awards Best 3 Albums (Western) Won
Juno Awards International Album of the Year Nominated
Liberia Awards Independent Impact Award Won
2019 Grammy Awards Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
"...Ready For It?" • "End Game" • "I Did Something Bad" • "Don't Blame Me" • "Delicate" • "Look What You Made Me Do" • "So It Goes..." • "Gorgeous" • "Getaway Car" • "King Of My Heart" • "Dancing With Our Hands Tied" • "Dress" • "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" • "Call It What You Want" • "New Year's Day"