still keeping an open mind before the whole thing comes out. but 1 thing for sure after 'ready for it' is that TS is no Rihanna. And there'd be no brilliance if the coming album is all about digging this 'dark alter-ego' which may have never quite fully grown mature.
Either Swift's not-so-iconic vocal quality or her very american middle class taste(not that there's anything degrading about it) helps on setting up an authentic chilling stage. The audience may cheer a bit for the refreshing breeze, but that kind of wind scale is deadly wanting when you were actually hoping for a perfect storm.
It doesn't take a hypersensitive radar to detect Swift's strive for the real shadowy effect, through her new bajan accent and the deafening bass and, of course, those laboured lines as 'He don't try at all though' and 'I see how this is gon' go'.
But it takes much more than that to be a gang gal.
Listen to Bitch Better Have My Money and you may get a clue of what 'vendetta' and 'ransom' actually mean.
Goth-coated high-school dish ain't nothing to us, Taylor Sweetie.
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