"Call It What You Want", from Taylor Swift's album Reputation, debuts as the set's fourth No. 1 on Billboard's Digital Song Sales chart, arriving atop the list (dated November 25) with 68,000 downloads sold in the tracking week ending November 9, according to Nielsen Music.
Don't shake off this date: Taylor Swift is set to perform next summer in Tampa Bay.
The tour kicks off on May 8 in Arizona and comes to Gillette on a July 28.
Dates for the North American leg of Swift's tour were announced on Monday.
It is rare for a pop star to come to town of Swift's magnitude and get away with playing basically her new stuff.
OnePlus 5T drops the idea of wireless charging, proceeds with dash charge
Lau added that Dash Charge stays cools and power efficient regardless of what users are doing with their OnePlus smartphones. However, I believe that Pete Lau has got this right; the technology simply isn't as useful without fast charging.
Look what we made her do, you guys. Swift has sold out all seven of her shows at Gillette Stadium.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017.
"Reputation" is Swift's sixth album.
And where better to celebrate Katy Perry than at her "Witness" concert in LA, which just so happens to be on the same night as Tay's album drop?
Taylor Swift is at the top of her game.
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