Published: Sat, November 11, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Do you rate Taylor Swift's new album Reputation?

Do you rate Taylor Swift's new album Reputation?

But there's still one way to listen to reputation online legally without buying a copy.

After months of anxious waiting and countless teasers, Taylor Swift's latest album "Reputation" is finally out.

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You might've heard the speculation, and now it's been confirmed that it's Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' two-year-old daughter's baby voice you're hearing at the beginning of Taylor Swift's Gorgeous!

Now the only place you can listen to all 15 songs of Swift's Reputation for free is on the iHeartRadio app (for a limited time). Then we get a not-so-subtle reference to the "Famous" phone call: "And therein lies the issue / Friends don't try to trick you / Get you on the phone and mind-twist you / And so I took an ax to a mended fence". The album isn't available to stream on demand anywhere and won't be for at least a week.

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"Rocking the coolest dark plaid pants and button-adorned heels, Swift first sat toward the front of the fishbowl, pointing out that she was basically on the set of her ".Ready for It?" music video, ready to break through the glass. In 2014, she removed her song catalogue from Spotify and kept her music off the streaming site until earlier this year. 1989 sold 1.287 million copies in its first week, and it's possible reputation could hit 2 million. Once the album is sent to the streaming services and prepared for release, it can be officially posted in a matter of hours.

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