Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated album, Reputation, just faced its first reported leak ahead of its Friday (Nov. 10) release.
An image has been circulating around multiple social media platforms with the album’s purported track list. To cut through the speculation, what we know so far is that four of the 15 tracks have already been made publicly known through promotions by Swift.
According to the iTunes pre-order page for Reputation, the first track is “…Ready For It?” while the sixth is “Look What You Made Me Do,” the eighth is “Gorgeous” and the fourteenth is “Call It What You Want.” None of the other song titles or potential collaborations have been confirmed, but the image that leaked has those four in the same spots on the track list.
Swift dropped her first single off the album, “Look What You Made Me Do,” on Aug. 24, which became her fifth No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The music video for the track eventually shattered the YouTube record for the music video with the most views in a 24-hour period.
Her second Reputation release, “…Ready For It,” later peaked at No. 4 on the Hot 100 in September. One of her non-single tracks, “Gorgeous” also landed on the charts this week at No. 13 following its Oct. 19 unveil.
The Associated Press reported on Nov. 3 that pre-orders for Reputation exceeded 400,000 units — doubling the pre-order numbers for 1989 a week before its release — while it became Target’s most pre-ordered album of all time.
Earlier this year, Swift launched the Taylor Swift Tix program from Ticketmaster, which boosts fans’ standing in the wait list priority line when they buy pre-orders of Reputation or the singer’s merchandise.