AceShowbiz - %cTaylor Swift%'s highly-anticipated album, "Reputation", is coming to stores in three days, and the singer is hyping it up by revealing the tracklist of her latest effort. The tracklist announcement, which was posted on her Instagram account on November 7, came shortly after a picture of the backside of the album surfaced on the web, revealing the song titles.
Based on the picture, the album includes 15 songs. Among them is "End Game", a collaborative track with her best friend %cEd Sheeran% and rapper %cFuture%. Other previously unannounced song titles include "I Did Something Bad", "Don't Blame Me", "Dancing with Our Hands Tied", "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" and more.
The upcoming effort is currently available for pre-order at Target, Walmart as well as on digital stores like iTunes and on Taylor's website. Ahead of the release, it has been revealed that Taylor, who is tagged as the executive producer of the set, would withhold "Reputation" from streaming services during its first week of sales.
A source revealed that Taylor and streaming service companies are in the middle of negotiation to determine when the effort will be made available, adding that it might be held until after holiday season.
"Taylor's camp obviously want the highest sales possible so they are still determining the best time to make it available for streaming. The one-week exclusion is for sure happening and there are talks that it'll be held until after the holiday season," the source explained.
It has also been confirmed that iHeartRadio will be hosting a "Reputation" album release party on Friday, November 10. Starting at midnight ET, iHeartRadio's Pop and Hot AC stations will be playing a new song off the effort at the top of every hour. It will lead to an hour-long on-air special at 20:00 P.M., where Taylor will introduce the tracks as well as share exclusive details about the making of the album.