Every day we commit various activities in our tight schedule and each action of ours convey a particular meaning to our surrounding, whether knowingly or unconsciously. Well, you might just say a big no, for now, calling it absolutely rubbish but you might not also be aware of what hint did you provide in your sole gesture. Sometimes, certain things from your acts gain prominence be it sooner or later. And that’s what it seemed to Taylor Swift when she delivered a twist to her fandom with the new cover of her song.
The witty communication
That was when the 30-year-old acclaimed singer posted a queer cover of her track, “Look What You Made Me Do,” which was used in the recent episode of Killing Eve on Sunday. Yes, you also listened to the melody! However, it’s not as simple as that on the go as it triggered towards Scooter Braun purposefully which was pointed out by her fans as they tried to guess about the plot by assembling the possible clues.
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The utter confusion
The cover was recorded by a deliberate act called Jack Leopards & The Dolphin Club which apparently doesn’t exist in reality, or as you might claim hardly mentions any previous song credits to their name.
The second hint
It then led to Swifties digging further into the intention, who noticed that Taylor‘s brother, Austin Swift, was known as “The Dolphin Club” on Twitter. Additionally, the production credit on the same was directed to Nils Sjoberg, which happens to be Taylor‘s songwriting incognito.
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Thus, the issue behind the deliverance might be attributed to Taylor’s attempt to get around her song usage fiasco in order to hit back at Scooter Braun and Big Machine Records that looms from their battle over the rights to masters.
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