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EntertainmentTaylor Swift shouts out to LBGTQ fans, GLAAD on cheeky new single 'You Need To Calm Down'

15:51  14 june  2019
15:51  14 june  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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Taylor Swift shouts out to LGBTQ fans , GLAAD on anti-hate anthem ' You Need To Calm Down '. An improvement on Swift 's enjoyable yet overly earnest lead single "Me," " You Need to Calm Down " is cheekier and more understated, a more promising example of what fans can expect from her new

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Taylor Swift shouts out to LBGTQ fans, GLAAD on cheeky new single 'You Need To Calm Down' © Provided by USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Satellite Information Network, Inc. The star announced her new album, "Lover," on social media Thursday, as well as a new single titled "You Need To Calm Down."

Set for release Aug. 23, the 18-track record will also feature the Brendon Urie-featuring "Me!"It's her first full-length album since 2017's "Reputation."

The album art, credited to "artistic genius" Valheria Rocha, features Swift in glittery rainbow technicolor — a different color scheme than the icy melodrama of her 2017 album "Reputation."

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The singer’s pro- gay single strangely compares her struggles with fame to more dangerous kinds of Since it debuted Friday, Taylor Swift ’s “ You Need to Calm Down ” has bounced around in my head for After the “ Calm Down ” video premiered, she tweeted out that fans should support the video’s

Taylor Swift has gone from the personal pride of "Me!" to LGBTQ pride in her GLAAD -happy, anti-homophobia single " You Need to Calm Down ." Taylor Swift - You Need To Calm Down (Lyric Video). On June 1, Swift urged her fans to contact senators in her home state of Tennessee and elsewhere to demand passage of the Taylor Swift Performs 'We Never Go Out of Style' At Time 100.

"Why are you mad when you could be GLAAD?" Swift sings on the new song, releasing an accompanying lyric video that makes it clear she's name-dropping GLAAD, short for the powerful Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation organization.

"Thank you @taylorswift13" the organization wrote to Swift on Twitter, posting screenshots of GLAAD's mention in the lyric video.

In many ways, Swift's new album's artwork matches the visual aesthetic of the bright, fantasy-filled music video for lead single "Me," with "You Need To Calm Down" advancing the trap-infused pop sound she sought on "Reputation" with a simplistic, booming beat, offering lyrics like "shade never made anybody less gay" that nod to her LGBTQ fans while centering the song as an anti-hate anthem.

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Taylor Swift has dropped her new single , You Need To Calm Down , and given an epic shout out to GLAAD and the Equality Act. She later used the video to highlight the E and A letters in the words seats, peace and scream. In recent weeks Taylor has come out in support of the Equality Act for the

“ You Need To Calm Down ” serves as the second single from Swift ’s upcoming album Lover, which will arrive on August 23. Swift ’s latest follows in the footsteps of her previous single “Me!,” which arrived in late April and which officially ushered fans into the seventh phase of her monumentally

Swift encouraged her fans' Easter egg hunt upon the "Me!" music video release by promising that the album's title was hidden somewhere in her next video, with eagle-eyed fans noticing the word "lover" emerge at one point in the clip.

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