It’s a major music event when Taylor Swift releases her first new song since 2017, impacting a fan base that rivals just about any artist on the planet.
Backed by Brendon Urie, lead singer of the super hot group Panic At The Disco, “Me” is a high energy romp with a message: own and celebrate your individuality. It’s delivered lickety-split and staccato, like you hear in “One Week” (1998) by Barenaked Ladies.
Just released last Friday, “Me” debuts #18 on Adult Top 40 and #24 on Top 40… we think that’s the highest debut so far in 2019. The elaborate video has chalked up almost 97-million Youtube views.
“Me” is the first single from Swift’s not yet released album, “Kaleidoscope.”
Check out these verses:
But one of these things is not like the others
Like a rainbow with all of the colors
Baby doll when it comes to a lover
I promise that you’ll never find another like
“One Week”/Barenaked Ladies
Hot like wasabe when I bust rhymes/Big like Leann Rimes
Because I’m all about value
Bert Kaempfert’s got the mad hits
You try to match wits
You try to hold me but I bust through
Expect to hear “Me” everywhere Spring/Summer 2019 and beyond.