"Look What You Made Me Do", in which Swift takes aim at those who have attacked her professionally and personally in the last 10 years, has been heavily scrutinized by fans and entertainment media since it was premiered at the MTV Video Music Awards show on Sunday. Adele was the former champion with 27.7 million views in 24-hours for her song "Hello".
Radio glommed on to the track instantly, as have buyers: Industry forecasts have "Look What You Made Me Do" selling as many as a half-million downloads in its first week. By Tuesday, YouTube views had surpassed the 53 million mark.
"Look What You Made Me Do", Taylor Swift's newest single from her seemingly gritty and upcoming "Reputation" album, was released August 25 and features lyrics that many listeners believe are aimed at Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West. Drama has grown between camp Swift and camp West over the years, from on-stage interruptions to leaked phone calls.
Director Joseph Kahn celebrated the achievement on Twitter, telling Swift's fans "you are all amazing". "Look What You Made Me Do" averaged 30,000 views every minute in its first 24 hours, exceeding more than 3 million views each hour, according to YouTube.
There's no denying Swift is a genius when it comes to marketing herself, which is why we aren't surprised the YouTube record isn't the only one she's broken. Swift's new single sold around 200,000 downloads in the USA upon release, according to Billboard.
Taylor Swift announces 'Reputation' album
The star made the announcement on Instagram after she deleted all her social media and posted cryptic pictures of a snake. The singer revelaed this afternoon that a new single is due out tomorrow, with an album to follow in November.
The music video starts with Swift crawling out of a grave and declaring her old self dead, portraying a hard-edged artist with nothing left to lose. In 24 hours, the single was streamed 8 million times on the site, squashing Ed Sheeran's previous 1 million streams for "Shape of You".
At Alamo Square Park and elsewhere in the city, counterprotesters, who had shown out in large numbers, rallied and rejoiced. However, protesters with an anarchist group arrived at the park wearing masks and hoods that covered their faces.
Chairman of the House Appropriations committee Tom Cole told Reuters a government shutdown was unlikely and implausible. The Treasury Department has said the debt ceiling must be lifted by September 29 to avoid a government default.
Andrey Klimov, a senior Russian senator, said that the U.S. sanctions against Gefest-M and the others lack legitimacy. Among the six individuals, one was Chinese, four were Russian and one was North Korean.
The reason the prize is so large is because there hasn't been a Powerball jackpot victor since June 10. Kurland said, "She's now one of the world's wealthiest people and she has to start acting like it".
And people in the Boston area most certainly will be filling up the numerous Irish bars around the Hub to cheer for McGregor . But while McGregor , a long-odds underdog, has attracted most wagers, the majority of the money is on Mayweather .
In fact, former Spice Girl Mel B was so incensed by his remarks that she stormed off the stage during a live TV broadcast. Mel eventually came back and finished the show, though she reportedly told HuffPost UK , "I told him he was an arsehole".
Perez lost his life because he tried to make it happen, he tried to get at his post.that's the ultimate sacrifice", he said . At the news conference, Acevedo became choked up describing Perez as "one of the sweetest people I've ever met".
Maduro says the USA is seeking to stifle oil exports through sanctions and a "naval blockade" on the Latin American country. The new sanctions would also put more sway on the view that Venezuela is under military threat by President Trump.
These achievements also reflect the dedication of our teachers and the quality of the support provided by our staff. Stellar results continued as a school best of 71 per cent A* to B and 91% A* to C grades were achieved.
From the beginning, Greywind says she suspected her daughter had been harmed - a suspicion that tragically proved true. Crews and Hoehn were arrested on Thursday and initially were each facing a Conspiracy to Commit Kidnapping charge.
Results revealed that just over 800 of the study volunteers developed lung cancer over an average follow-up of six years. The results of this study were especially shocking for male smokers that use vitamin B supplements.
Sanchez, Romine suspended after Yankees-Tigers brawl
The two were talking with third baseman Nicholas Castellanos when Verlander gestured emphatically toward Martinez and walked away. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus has been suspended for one game "for the intentional actions of Wilson while warnings were in place".
President Trump is dividing the country
He also gets a negative 59% rating on his overall job approval - down from a 57% approval rating on August 17th. Lee, has been a move by cities and institutions across the country to remove or relocate Confederate monuments.
Tigers top Yankees in brawl-filled contest
Although both benches cleared and there was a lot of wrestling, the initial indication was that no one was seriously injured. Moments before the outburst, Yankees manager Joe Girardi had been tossed for arguing about Kahnle's ejection.
Lamborghini Releases Luxury Smartphone
The smartphone sports 5.5-inch WQHD LCD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection. As far as looks are concerned, the phone has a leather back and the company claims it to be dent resistant.
Samsung is creating a smart speaker after all
The delay appeared to be linked to numerous reviews that found the AI appeared to struggle with natural language voice commands. The AI also responds to contextual, cross-application commands such as, "Send the photo just taken to Mom".
Johnson & Johnson Faces Talc Case
The company faces more than 5,000 lawsuits over its talc products , and has lost 4 other trials in St. Louis totaling more than $300 million.