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All You Need to Know about Taylor Swift’s Upgraded Reputation: New Tracks, Mysteries, and Collaborators

Curious about which songs will be featured in Taylor Swift’s Reputation (TV) collection and who will join her in these musical treasures? Here’s the latest scoop.

Excited for it? Reputation (Taylor’s Version) is just around the corner, promising a fresh set of tracks waiting to be unveiled. But what exactly can we expect? Which songs will Taylor add to her Reputation (TV) compilation?

Fans have been eagerly awaiting Taylor’s highly anticipated fifth reworked album, hinted at by numerous Easter eggs, and are eager for a range of unheard tracks From The Vault.

During the re-recording process, Taylor’s unreleased tracks have generated significant buzz. With each Taylor’s Version release, fans have been treated to new songs that didn’t make it to the original albums. While Fearless (TV), Red (TV), and Speak Now (TV) featured collaborations, 1989 (TV) was solely Taylor’s work. Will Reputation (TV) follow a similar path, or can fans expect surprising guest appearances?

Similar to her approach with 1989, Taylor has kept details about the unreleased tracks under wraps. Aside from the 15 songs included in the album’s lineup, no hints have been given by Taylor post-release. Unlike other albums, Reputation doesn’t have a deluxe edition, and there have been no unauthorized leaks online.

Despite the secrecy, there’s a lot of speculation about what the album may contain…

Among the top-requested tracks from the Rep (TV) vault is ‘This Is What You Came For,’ a hit originally performed by Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna, which Taylor co-wrote under the pseudonym Nils Sjöberg.

The possibility of Taylor performing this track on her Eras Tour has fans intrigued, although it’s uncertain whether she will officially release it as a vault track.

After confirming Taylor’s involvement in the song, Calvin Harris addressed the issue on Twitter, mentioning his contributions and expressing criticism towards Taylor and her team for keeping it under wraps.

While a demo version of Taylor’s ‘This Is What You Came For’ surfaced online, an official studio release remains uncertain.

Fans are also speculating about a potential collaboration with Zayn on ‘I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,’ a song they debuted for the Fifth Shades Darker movie soundtrack.

Whether ‘Family,’ a rumored track co-written by Taylor, Max Martin, and Shellback, will make an appearance remains uncertain, but the involvement of Max Martin and Shellback in the Rep (TV) album is a possibility.

While fans debate the inclusion of collaborations in the unreleased tracks of Rep (TV), names like Selena Gomez, Sabrina Carpenter, Lorde, and Nicki Minaj have been circulating within the fandom.

Taylor’s original Reputation album featured producers Max Martin, Shellback, and Jack Antonoff. Although Max Martin and Shellback have not been extensively involved in the re-recordings, their contributions may still be acknowledged.

Looking forward to the surprises Taylor has in store for us with Reputation (Taylor’s Version)! Let the excitement build!

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