Jack Antonoff Shares Some Insight Into the Making of Taylor Swift's 'Call It What You Want'

Friends and collaborators Taylor Swift and Jack Antonoff teamed up again for "Call It What You Want," Swift's latest release.

The track, off of the singer's upcoming Reputation album, is best listened to "on headphones at night on a walk," Antonoff wrote on Twitter.

The producer/songwriter/man behind Bleachers reveals "Call It What You Want" was "made with an MPC, live kick, dx7 strings and samples of taylor's voice as the intro and throughout. love making her voice into an instrument."

"honored to have call it what you want out in the world. that song means a great deal to me," he added.

Swift and Antonoff also worked together on Reputation's "Look What You Made Me Do," as well as 1989's "Out of the Woods," "I Wish You Would" and bonus track "You Are in Love." Antonoff co-wrote Swift's duet with Zayn Malik, "I Don't Wanna Live Forever," too.

Fans will find out if there are any more Antonoff-assisted cuts on Swift's new album soon, as it's set for a Nov. 10 release.