Taylor Swift took to Instagram on Wednesday to reveal her new album, Reputation, her first major record in three years!
According to her posts, the sixth studio album will drop November 10. It’s the follow up to the huge success of her previous record, 1989. She also released the first single, “Look what you made me do” Thursday night.
Swift also unveiled the black-and-white cover for the album that shows the 27-year-old pop star sporting wet hair, dark lipstick, a chain choker, and a loose off-shoulder sweater with backdrop of tabloid print containing words, “Taylor Swift.”
The announcement comes after the singer released three videos of a reptile tale, the last clip revealing the mystery reptile was a snake.
The Grammy winner stayed out of the public for most of the year and off social media. Her last single, “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” in collaboration with Zayn Malik, appeared on Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack and was released in December.
Earlier this month, Swift found herself in the public eye when she delivered a testimony in a trial against a former radio DJ whom she accused of groping her back in 2013. She won the case and was awarded $1 in damages, according to CNN.