Of Course Fans Have a Theory About the “Reputation (Taylor’s Version)” Release Date
Taylor Swift, in the midst of her blockbuster Eras Tour, is gearing up to release “Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)” this July. Of course, some fans are wondering what, exactly, is the status of some of her other albums that have yet to be rerecorded, like “Reputation (Taylor’s Version).”
Swift has been pretty tight-lipped about when fans can expected the new version of the 2017 album, which remains a fan favorite (and makes up a lengthy part of the middle of Swift’s 3-hour Eras Tour set). The original album, which she does not own the masters of, features songs that harken back to her feud with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, as well as quite a few tracks about the end of her relationship with Calvin Harris and her quickie 2016 romance with Tom Hiddleston. Plus, the album’s most romantic tracks, like “Delicate” and “New Year’s Day,” are believed to be about the beginning of her relationship with Joe Alwyn; they split earlier this year.
What mysteries, suprises, and delights Swift’s second “Reputation” era will bring remain a tightly kept secret, though fans are optimistic they won’t be waiting too long. Plus, Swift seems to have left some clues as to the album’s release date, and if Swifties have decoded them correctly, it appears the album will come sometime next year. Here’s what we know about “Reputation (Taylor’s Version)” so far.