Looks like all the time Taylor Swift spent staying out of the spotlight after the whole Kimye/’Famous’ debacle was put to productive use. Following her sneaky announcement of upcoming album, Reputation (aka TS6), Taylor effectively overshadowed the MTV VMAs 2017 by dropping her ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ (LWYMMD) music video at the star-studded event.

While we all know Taylor’s penchant for producing music videos of epic proportions (remember ‘Bad Blood’?), it’s safe to say the songstress has completely outdone herself with ‘LWYMMD’ – it’s chock-full of petty references and shady symbolisms to everyone who has ever crossed her, with a gasp-inducing twist at the end. Are you ready for Dark Taylor? 

The tilted stage

Kanye West Tilted Stage

Re: Kanye West

As zombie Taylor sings “I don’t like your little games/ Don’t like your tilted stage”, she yanks a crooked tombstone and rights it. This could be a reference to Kanye West’s literally tilted stage on his Saint Pablo tour last year. BTW, if you found Taylor’s outfit familiar, she’s wearing the exact same dress from ‘Out of the Woods’. Morbid much? 

R.I.P Nils Sjöberg 


Re: Calvin Harris
What: In the first of many blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moments to come, the camera pans to an engraved headstone beside zombie Taylor’s grave that reads: “Nils Sjöberg”. This was the pseudonym that Taylor used when she co-wrote ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris’ hit song, ‘This Is What You Came For’. When that fact was revealed after their breakup, Calvin slammed Taylor on Twitter and accused her and her team of trying to make him look bad, and that he wouldn’t allow himself to be Taylor’s target to “try and bury like Katy”. They ultimately buried the hatchet (no pun intended), but it looks like Nils got the boot after all. 

The $1 bill


Re: David Mueller

Prior to Reputation, Taylor was involved in a sexual assault case that saw her triumph against David Mueller, a radio host who groped her during a photo op four years ago. The DJ had tried to sue Taylor for up to $3 million for “ruining his career”. In contrast, all Taylor requested for in her countersuit was a symbolic $1 and the “chance to stand up for other women”. You go Taylor! 

Bathtub full of diamonds 

Re: Kim Kardashian/Media

The Internet has come up with two theories for this bathtub scene. It could be #1 a reference to Kim Kardashian’s traumatic robbery in Paris, where the robbers held Kim at gun point and stole her ring. Or #2, Taylor’s personal reaction towards her various negative media portrayals. As she once shared, “‘She jetsets around the world collecting men and she can get any of them but she’s so clingy that they leave and she cries and she gets another one in her web and she traps them and locks them in her mansion and she’s crying in her marble bathtub surrounded by pearls.’ So I was like, I could use this…”. In this case, we’re sure it’s the latter ’cause Taylor wouldn’t stoop so low. 

Queen of the snakes 

Re: Kim Kardashian/ Internet haters

Call her a snake all you want Kim, but Taylor’s not only gonna own that slur – she’s gonna sit on a throne and sip tea served by her lil’ snakes while at it. In an ironic twist of fate, Swifties have been spamming Kim K’s IG account with the snake emoji as well, making the reality TV star resort to banning it from her account altogether. Looks who’s spillin’ the tea now? 

Re: Her nameless frenemies

Look carefully and you’ll see the words ‘Et tu Brute’ inscribed all around Taylor – pillars, throne and all. This Shakespearean phrase, which was used to portray surprise at the betrayal of a close one, could be referring to almost anyone, like the countless frenemies who are friendly to her face one moment, and stabbing her in the back the next. 

The Maserati and the Grammy

Re: Whoever didn’t give ‘Red’ a Grammy

In the lead-up to the chorus, we see a shiny Maserati crash into a lamp post in slow-mo. And after getting glamorously thrown about in the impact, the car door flips open to reveal Taylor posing coolly for the paparazzi all while clutching a Grammy. And as Swifties immediately realised, this scene was referring to when ‘Red’ was snubbed at 2014’s Grammy Awards – the visual symbolisation of the ‘Red’ lyric, “loving him is like driving a new Maserati down a dead-end street” proves all.

Shellfish feast

Re: Katy Perry

We all know Taylor’s long-standing ‘Bad Blood’ with Katy Perry, so the hunt was on for Katy-related digs. Lo and behold, Tay Tay delivered. Taylor first references her nemesis in the lyrics, “You ask me for a place to sleep/Locked me out and threw a feast”, alluding to Katy’s food-themed single ‘Bon Appetit’. Then, she counters Katy’s ‘Swish Swish’ lyric, “Don’t need opinions/From a shellfish or a sheep” by digging into what else? A lobster. 

The hairdo and the kat

Re: Katy Perry

In the same car crash scene as mentioned above, Taylor not only bears an uncanny resemblance to the ‘Roar’ songstress; she also wears a (hopefully faux fur) cheetah coat and is accompanied by a cute cheetah as she walks away from a ‘Bad Blood’-esque explosion. 

Robbing Stream Co.

Re: Spotify

Back in 2014, Taylor shook the music industry when she pulled her entire back catalogue off Spotify, because she felt that the music streaming platform didn’t pay its artistes enough. In the wake of that decision, Spotify claimed that Taylor was on track to earn over $6 million – to which Tay’s camp insisted otherwise as she had earned less than $500,000 from Spotify in the 12 months prior.  Although Taylor has since made a return to the streaming sites, the aggressive storming of ‘Stream Co.’ is definitely a jab to those who insinuated that she was greedy for turning up her nose at Spotify’s alleged $6 million payout. Why would she be, when she’s got stacks of cash to burn?

Re: Katy Perry

Notice the tiger emblazoned on Taylor’s black sweater dress? It’s interesting to note that Taylor returned to Spotify the exact day Katy Perry’s album, Witness, was released. If that’s not shady, we don’t know what is. 

Don’t mock the squad

Re: The squad haters

Remember when Taylor’s group of celebrity/model besties made #squad and #squadgoals a thing? Well, it didn’t take too long for speculations to arise about how Taylor was “collecting besties like she was with boyfriends”, and how she lords it over her model BFFs by giving them strict rules to ensure that she’s always the center of attention. 

I <3 TS 


Re: Tom Hiddleston 

Okay, this isn’t so much of a drag than it is just a reference. The highlight of Taylor’s well-publicized but short-lived romance with Tom Hiddleston has gotta be the tiny ‘I heart T.S’ singlet he wore during 2016’s 4th of July party. Photos of him wearing that shirt not only became meme-worthy – it also gave birth to theories of their relationship being nothing but a PR stunt. 

Re: Taylor Swift’s exes 

How many ex-boyfriends does Taylor Swift have that we know about? Eight. And how many boys wearing the ‘I heart T.S’ top can you count? There isn’t such a thing as a coincidence in Taylor’s world, and we’re very much inclined to believe that this scene – where she has ’em stumbling and fawning over her – is a nod to her exes. 

Taylor Tower 

Re: The attendees of the #TaylorSwiftIsOver party 

In an actual depiction of how celebrities ‘claw their way to the top’,  Taylor stands tall above her past personas, all desperately trying to gain a foothold in the spotlight. We see the Ringmaster from the Red tour, PJ-clad girl from ‘You Belong With Me’, the ballerina from ‘Shake It Off’, ‘interrupted’ Taylor from the now infamous 2009 VMAs, and more. Taylor’s past personas might still be trying to bubble to the surface, but Reputation Taylor’s here to reign. 


Re: Taylor’s actual friends

A closer look at Taylor’s Junior Jewels T-shirt shows not only the original signatures, but also autographs from Taylor’s circle of celebrity pals – including Selena Gomez, Lily Aldridge, Blake Lively and Ryan Renolds, and more. How many names can you spot?  

Drop ‘dem moves 

Re: Everyone who thinks Taylor can’t dance

Taylor’s known for her awkward but kinda cute dance moves, but oh has dark Taylor come to play with a fierce dance choreography that has left Swifties gasping for air. Who says Taylor can’t dance now? 

Biker Chick

Re: Lucky 13

In 2014, Taylor was embroiled in an 18-month long legal dispute over her use of the trademarked term “Lucky 13” on various T-Swift merch. And while Taylor ended up settling out of court (with the odds seemingly not being in her favour), this was the reason why she went on to trademark her popular phrases and lyrics like “This sick beat” and “Party like it’s 1989”. 

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Taylor’s reputation

Re: Stalker fans 

A user off Reddit pointed out that Taylor emblazoning her jet with the words ‘Reputation’ and ‘TS6’ respectively could be a reference to how some extreme fans figured out Taylor’s exact whereabouts by tracking her jets, which led to the paparazzi using that info to harass her. She then had to employ different measures to make her planes harder to track. 


Re: Kesha

There have long been rumours of a Taylor-Kesha collab thanks to the latter’s cryptic IG post (with 13 emojis, no less!), but Taylor’s Kesha-esque outfit has officially re-fueled the gossip mill. 

The Tale of 15 Taylors 

Re: Reputation

We’re entering the most meta scene of ‘LWYMMD’, and it starts out with 15 Taylors lined up side by side, bowing to invisible applause. Internet theories speculate that each Taylor represents a track off her upcoming Reputation album, and might signify a different musical style accordingly. 

Surprised much?

Re: Taylor’s ‘surprised’ face 

Tay Tay’s been mocked for a lot of things, but one of the earliest backlashes she received was for that ‘surprised’ face she would make whenever she won an award. Zombie Taylor mirrors critics’ snipes by saying, “Stop making that surprised face, it’s so annoying”. To which ‘Shake it off’ Taylor chimes in, “Yeah, you can’t be that surprised all the time”. 

Don’t Call Me That

Re: Kanye West

I Heart T.S. Taylor: “What’s up with that b*tch?”
Zombie Taylor: “Don’t call me that!” 

Coming full circle to the saga that kinda started it all; Kanye West referenced Taylor in his song ‘Famous’ with the lyrics, “I feel like me and Taylor still might have sex/ Why?/ I made that b*tch famous”. When Taylor called Kanye out for the offensive lyric and denied the rapper’s claims of receiving her stamp of approval, Kim Kardashian took to Snapchat and posted her edited ‘receipts’ of a phone call between Tay and Kanye, where she verbally approved the front part of the controversial lyric, but not the portion where he called her a derogatory term. The full story is still kinda murky, but it shows that there’s more to the phone call than meets the eye… 

She’s so fake!

Re: Taylor is always playing the victim 

 Ringmaster Taylor: “Stop acting like you’re all nice, you’re so fake!”
*Newbie Taylor sobs into her guitar*
Biker Taylor: “There she goes, playing the victim – again.” 

Taylor has long been accused of having the tendency to self-victimize, and this scene shows that she’s well-aware of it. We love that whole ‘Teardrops on my Guitar’ portion, which could symbolise how hurt she initially was back when those criticisms started. 

Re: Kim Kardashian

Taylor: What are you doing? 
Kim K. Taylor: Getting receipts – gonna edit this later.” 

Like what we mentioned earlier, there’s probably more to the ‘Famous’ saga than Taylor has let on – her hints have not gone unnoticed. Will Kim and Kanye respond to Taylor’s subtle nod at the fact that Kim may have edited the conversations to their advantage? We’ll just have to wait and see. 

Please exclude me from this narrative 

Re: Kim, Kanye and the rest of Taylor’s haters 

2009 VMAs Taylor finally speaks up and insists on wanting to be “excluded from this narrative”, as was her response back during #Snapchatgate – the other Taylors snap back, telling her to “shut up!”. This is kinda ironic considering the 2009 VMAs was when Kanye West stormed onstage to interrupt Taylor’s award acceptance speech, and the spark that started the whole feud. 

Bonus: This isn’t included in the MV, but Taylor debuting ‘LWYMMD’ at the MTV VMAs 2017 while Katy Perry was hosting it, is a move of sheer brilliance. Well played Taylor, well played. *Slow claps* 

Watch Taylor’s ‘Look What You’ve Made Me Do’ music video: 

Who do you think Dark Taylor will shade next? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section! 

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Everything We Know About Wanna One's Upcoming Fanmeet In Singapore

25 Aug 2017 by Chew Hui Ling

After a flurry of speculations about K-pop boy band Wanna One possibly holding a fanmeeting in Singapore, it’s finally official: OT11 is indeed coming to town!

It’s been barely a month since they’ve made their debut, but these monster rookies have already been sweeping up all the music show trophies (#Energetic9thWin and counting!), all while rapidly amassing a staggering following of Wannables all over the globe. And they’re going full steam ahead with overseas activities after wrapping up promotions in Korea, kicking things off with the recent KCON LA 2017 before visiting Thailand on 16 September, Hong Kong on 3 October and Taiwan on 7 October as part of their Wanna Be Loved fanmeeting tour. 

Since then, fans have been fervently tweeting to Wanna One’s official Twitter account, requesting for Wanna One to make a stop in Singapore. Cue the drumrolls…

Wannables, rejoice! Nothing has been set in stone yet, but here’s what we know so far:


Did (x)clusive just pull a Kang Daniel? 9 cats, 22 cats = 22 September 2017.

Mark your calendars, y’all!

Ticketing details

With only a month left to D-DAY, fans are starting to get anxious about the ticketing details. Psst, the organisers will be dropping the bomb very soon so be sure to keep your eyes peeled on IME and Three Angles Productions’ socials!

From what we know, tickets will be sold online. And judging from their sold-out debut showcase (all 20,000 tics were snapped up within minutes!), we predict tickets to fly off the virtual shelves for this one so get your fingers ready!


It’s a safe bet that Wanna One will be performing the latest tracks off their debut album 1×1=1 (To Be One), such as ‘Energetic’, ‘Burn It Up’ and ‘Wanna Be (My Baby)’. Diehards can also expect songs from their Produce 101 discography, including the 11-member versions of ‘Never’ and ‘Always’, as well as ‘Pick Me (Nayana)’ and ‘Hands On Me’.

Instead of watching them from a distance in a full-scale concert, fans will be able to get upclose and personal with their favourites in an intimate setting while seeing ’em up to their usual shenanigans. Thigh grabs, butt dances and jeojangs galore!


Date: 22 September 2017
Time: 7pm
Venue: [email protected] BOX SINGAPORE
Ticket prices: VIP $308 | CAT 1 $228 | CAT 2 $168
Ticketing: www.APACTix.com / Hotline +65 3158 8588 / All SingPost outlets in Singapore
Ticket launch: 2 September 2017, 12pm

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Taeyang's White Night Is An Eargasmic Record Of Love And Heartbreak

25 Aug 2017 by Chew Hui Ling

At long last, the wait is over – Taeyang’s third studio album White Night has finally dropped and it’s everything we ever wanted, and more.

Three years since heating up the airwaves with Rise, the BIGBANG vocal powerhouse is back to set the charts ablaze with his newest musical offering, and boy does he deliver with aplomb. In what’s perhaps his most sonically intriguing record to date, White Night offers the man’s usual fare of slick R&B hooks, punchy choruses and atmospheric synths, but it’s Taeyang’s expressive vocals – which sounds right at home no matter what genre he goes for – and lovelorn lyrics that really grab you by the throat relentlessly till the last note.

And judging by how the vocalist has snagged the #1 spot on Billboard‘s World Albums chart and the Apple iTunes album charts in over 23 countries respectively, White Night is definitely an album to put on repeat – for days when you’re in the mood for love. 

1. ‘White Night’

Kicking things off with this psychedelic stomper of an opener, ‘White Night’ launches into a progressive frenzy of electronic grooves and trancey rhythms that you’ll soon find yourself bopping along to. Despite clocking in at a little over a minute long, it’s as good as a tune as the longer cuts – and sets the stage for the epicness that’s to come.

2. ‘Wake Me Up’

“Is it love? / If I want this moment to last forever,” he croons earnestly over lush strings and fuzzy beats in this confessional ballad, before quickly building to a dancefloor-ready chorus. True to its lyrics, we certainly don’t wish for this song to ever end.

3. ‘Darling’

Taeyang’s stripped-back vocals take centre stage in this piano-driven piece, showcasing what he does best in the most intimate way possible. “The whole world is telling me that nothing lasts forever / Darling darling you, you’re my everything,” he sings, clearly out to tug at our heartstrings and hey, we’re okay with that. 

4. ‘Ride’

Picking up the momentum, ‘Ride’ is a classic slice of R&B that wouldn’t be too out of place on Taeyang’s previous releases – yet it still manages to sound fresh on first listen. 

5. ‘Amazin’

The party’s just getting started! Hit replay on this slow-burner of a club banger, backed by a ridiculously catchy hook that’s almost impossible to get out of your head.

6. ‘Empty Road’

Putting his vulnerability on display, he pours his heart out: “Because I miss you so much / Now it’s an empty road with nothing in it.” There’s just something about this heartbreaking number that makes Taeyang – solo superstar aka one-fifth of the biggest K-pop boy band – actually feel human.

7. ‘Naked’

At first glance, this might seem like your typical ballad – but Taeyang kicks it up a notch with a fist-pumping, synth-laden chorus that deserves to be blasted at full volume.

8. ‘Tonight’

‘Tonight’ is one of the most anticipated tracks of this album, and we could totally see why. “It’s no fun to drag it out anymore yeah? / Let’s get to the point,” Taeyang woozily declares over a languid bass line, before Block B’s Zico swoops in with a killer rap verse – bringing a thematic closure to the eight-track masterpiece that is White Night.

Taeyang’s White Night is now available for purchase and streaming.

Can we expect anything less from Taeyang? Before you go off to put the entire album on loop, don’t forget to tell us which is your favourite track in the comments below!

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In town recently amidst a whirlwind tour schedule, Bebe Rexha gave us the inside scoop on finding success and working with One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson.

Blondes really do have more fun. Just ask hit-machine Bebe Rexha, who has two singles to her name burning up the charts currently. Following breakthrough success with rapper G-Eazy on their 2015 runaway smash ‘Me, Myself and I’, Bebe switched hair colour to the lighter side, and since then, has seen a slew of smash hits follow in line. Besides being one of today’s most sought after pop stars, the lively femme fatale is also a bonafide songwriter and a rising fashion icon. Read on to find out how Bebe is doing it all and more.

Hi Bebe! What’s the best thing about your fans in Asia?

Bebe: I think the best thing about Asia and my Asian fans is that they’re so kind, and so respectful. I love the food here and I’ve never been to Asia [before] so I think my favourite thing so far of this whole trip has been seeing this culture and its really exciting and I love it!


I’m not the one to love.

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Congrats on all the success with the new EP All Your Fault: Pt 2. We also hear rumours about a Part 3 with songs like ‘Bed’ and ‘Naughty’? Could you share the scoop on that?

Bebe: I’m not sure yet exactly on what I want to do and I don’t wanna throw a date out there. But I am working on some new music and I do have some songs that are already finished. I possibly may do a part 3 or I may put an album out but there will be more music coming soon in the next 2-3 months.

Your new single ‘The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody)’ is blowing up. If you could dance with anyone in the world, who would it be?

Bebe: I would dance with my grandfather. He’s dead but I really loved him so much and I would love to have a dance with him, even though I remember he was a really bad dancer. I would probably do a simple waltz or something – a grandad dance.

The song has also evolved to become a self-empowerment anthem. What’s one feature about yourself that you’re not embarrassed about?

Bebe: That I have a big butt… and I cannot lie! (Laughs)

‘Back To You’, your single with Louis Tomlinson is also huge right now. What’s it like working with Louis and how did the song come about?

Bebe: He reached out to me, and they had the song kinda already done. I knew One Direction and how big they were, and I was a little scared cos I didn’t know how it was gonna turn out; I was really nervous to meet him. Honestly it was the best decision I ever made. I listened to the song and immediately loved it and I knew there was something special about it and I feel like it resonated with me because I remember being in relationships where I’m like “oh my god I love this person but I can’t be with you, but I have to go back to you” and I felt like everybody goes through this. Working with Louis in general, it’s fun and easy and there’s no stress or egos. It’s super chill and we were just having fun. We filmed the video in his hometown Doncaster. It’s interesting, and I get it. He’s always wearing track suits and he is that kinda guy – laidback and chill.

If you could go back in time and tell teenage Bebe one thing, what would it be?

Bebe: I think if I told teenage Bebe that I was going to be performing at the Teen Choice Awards with Louis Tomlinson, and then travelling to Asia and seeing Singapore, Beijing, Jakarta and other countries, I think 16-year-old Bebe would be screaming and peeing her pants. I’d tell her to take a chill pill, and everything is going to work out just fine.

You’ve already achieved so much this year. What’s the next thing you hope to achieve in 2017?

Bebe: I think I’d like to find balance in my life – in my personal life and in my music life. I think that in the last 11 years being in the music business, I think my journey’s been interesting because it’s been this constant grind. And I think that I’m starting to see it pay off, but I also see now that life is much more than just numbers on a chart or how much money you have. I think life is about the people around you and happiness and success is not always what you think it is. I think right now, I want to find a way on how to manage being in the music business and being happy and being balanced, and sharing my success with the people that I love.

Featured image: Dennis Leupold/Warner Music Singapore

Stay tuned for our full video interview with Bebe! Listen to All Your Fault: Pt 2 below:

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This Is Why Alan Walker Hides His Face From The Public

24 Aug 2017 by Bryan Yeong

We speak to the man behind mammoth EDM hits ‘Faded’ and ‘Sing Me To Sleep’, and uncover more from the rising hitmaker.

Alan Walker might have yet to become a household name in the international DJ scene like Calvin Harris or Diplo, but perhaps he prefers it that way. For starters, he unapologetically thrives from the comfort of anonymity, preferring to wear a mask and black hoodie in his music videos and onstage performances. And the reason for his unique take on his attire of choice? “It has become a part of my uniform. I wear it to symbolize that people are all the same and all equal. I like to believe that anyone could be the person behind the mask, and anyone can achieve amazing things.”, he shares with us.


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His classic ensemble has already caught on with his fans, affectionately named ‘Walkers’, that deck themselves out in similar garb as the Norwegian producer devotedly. And despite not having an instantly recognisable face, his social media following amassed is certainly significant. Thanks to behind the scenes photos of his tour adventures, documents of his explosive live sets and clips of remix videos, his Facebook and Instagram accounts boast close to 2 million followers each, concrete proof of his rising stardom. “One Walker from China even brought me a book which included every single post about me from social media. She had literally printed all of my posts from social media and pasted them into the book. I was speechless, that’s crazy!”, he revealed, on what’s the craziest thing a fan has done for him.


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It’s safe to say that the 20-year-old wunderkind has already been fully inducted into the EDM family as well, becoming fast friends with the likes of Steve Aoki and naming Kygo, Martin Garrix and Tiësto as “true inspirations”. But his focus continuously remains firmly on the music. “[My proudest remix] is probably my remix of either Sia’s ‘Move Your Body’, or Coldplay’s ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ and I wouldn’t mind collaborating with a Top 40 artist as long as it fits the song”, he shares. His decision to release singles over an album is also for good reason. “I might do either an EP or an album one day. [But] personally, I think it’s more beneficial to release singles and continue your name in that way. Especially now, when the market is more or less driven by singles and not albums. And I would say that it has worked out fine for me so far”. 


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And it seems it might not be long before we get the opportunity to catch him light up our shores again. Following a jubilant set at last year’s Zoukout Festival which saw the DJ leaping off the deck amidst his chart-topping singles, he promises that it’ll be sooner rather than later before fans can catch him in action. “I promise that I will be back! I don’t know when, but I definitely will be back there!” he guarantees. We’ll hold you to your word Alan, and grab a black mask while we’re at it.

Watch Alan Walker’s latest video for ‘Tired’ featuring Gavin James below:

Featured image: Rikkard Häggbom/RCA Records

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