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Monday, November 13, 2017

Taylor Swift Confirms Collaboration with Future and Ed Sheeran

It has been confirmed by Taylor Swift that she collaborated with Future and Ed Sheeran on a track for her upcoming album called Reputation. The sixth album of the singer is set to release on Friday, 10th of November, but before its release, the track listing was leaked online. Therefore, the 27-year-old decided that it was a good idea to show the official line-up of the upcoming record to her fans. All 15 songs were listed by Taylor that are part of the album, which includes End Game. Next to the song, the names of Ed Sheeran and Future were also mentioned.

Other than that a number of production credits for the sixth album were also mentioned. The singer herself is listed as executive producer and also co-producer, but there are some other co-producers also listed, which include Max Martin, Jack Antonoff and Shellback. Meanwhile, the job of mixing the record was done by Serban Ghenea, the sound engineer who has won the Grammy award eight times. The track listing of Reputation is released amidst rumors that Taylor will not allow the album to be available on streaming services after its release. According to reports, the album will be withheld from streaming services for at least one week.

But, it has also been rumored that the singer is still negotiating with different platforms. The album may not be available on streaming services like Spotify, but you will still be able to get it from digital retailers such as iTunes. Back in 2014, Taylor had slammed all streaming services and had chosen to pull off her entire catalogue from the sites. She had written an op-ed in which she criticized these music streaming companies for offering fans the opportunity to enjoy their favorite singers’ music without paying anything to the artists.

However, the Look What You Made Me Do singer has been involved in an ongoing feud with Diplo, producer and rapper. He revealed his thoughts on why she had chosen to take off her music from streaming sites. He said that streaming has put music in the hands of youngsters and they want to listen to it over and over again. But, they are more interested in listening to music such as Cardi B’s Bodak Yellow and Post Malone’s Rockstar instead of Taylor Swift songs. Diplo claimed that her music doesn’t appeal to them because they cannot relate to it.

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