Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do' broke two streaming records

Angelo Anderson
August 28, 2017

"I love working with her", 33-year-old Antonoff said of Swift.

"You lost me with this new song". He produced three songs on her "1989" album, which earned him a Grammy; he co-wrote Swift and Zayn's hit song, "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"; and he shared a Golden Globe nomination with Swift for her 2013 track, "Sweeter than Fiction".

It sets the stage for the premiere tonight of Swift's official video for the new single, which will be introduced during the MTV Video Music Awards Ceremony, taking place at the Forum in Inglewood. One scene aroused particular interest, in which Swift is seen standing in "formation" with her dancers, including the black ensembles, the fishnet tights, but minus the overt Black Panther references Beyoncé included in her now iconic Superbowl performance.

Taylor Swift really is back!

"You learn a lot from the people you work with", he said.

Kahn tweeted that he had worked with the "Formation" singer for a couple of times, and noted that she is an fantastic person. "She's an wonderful person", Kahn tweeted Friday.

Maybe Joseph Kahn is the reason that Swift's Look What You Made Me Do music video has so many viewers drawing comparisons to Beyonce. However, he argued that her videos and "Look What You Made Me Do" are two different art spaces, US Weekly reported.

Although he's worked on way more music videos with Swift, including Bad Blood and Blank Space, Kahn also has credits for his work on Destiny's Child songs Say My Name and Jumpin Jumpin.

However, many viewers of the video were unhappy about how it turned out. "Taylor Swift wants to be anyone but Taylor Swift".

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