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Taylor Swift's New Single 'ME!' Is Already Shattering All Kinds Of Records

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Taylor Swift continues to flex her star power with her musical performances, and we are the willing travelers on her wondrous journey.

Her latest music video "ME!" is demanding we take notice as the official song title is in all caps followed by an exclamation point.

And it's working. The music video is breaking all kinds of records.


YouTube reported that her video among solo artists made history with the most number of plays within the first 24-hours of its upload on the platform:

Not only is "ME!" another catchy earworm, but the song's video is also an epic feast for the eyes with an explosion of bright pastels, each competing with each other to compliment her exuberance as she bops through mystical landscapes populated with bouncy denizens.

The song also features Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie, who is a prominent player in their mini-movie as each promises to the other, "I promise that you'll never find another like me."

Oh, you want to see the video that's shattering records with 65.2 million views on its first full day of release? You got it!

Taylor Swift - ME! (feat. Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco) www.youtube.com

"ME!" surpasses the specific category of solo female artists debuting a video within a 24-hour period previously held by Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next," which still impressed with 55.4 million plays when it premiered last year.



Forbes mentioned Taylor broke her own record with "Look What You Made Me Do" off her Reputation album.

That August 2017 video debuted to 43.2 million plays on its first day.

Swift broke another record for the most on-demand voice requests for "the new Taylor Swift" song, "ME!."

Even Alexa is more than happy to fulfill that request for us.



She's on a ME streak.






The pop queen gave a shout out to her squad for their joint success.


The future looks as bright as the cotton candy clouds in the video.




Let's not forget about Brendon Urie, because the video wouldn't have been the same without him.



Like Bredan says in the song, "Girl, there ain't no 'i' in 'team.'"

Congrats to both for being AWESOME!