Taylor Swift Announces New Single 'Call It What You Want'

Calling all Swifties! Are you ready for it? Cause Taylor Swift has a new song for you.

On Thursday morning, Nov. 2, 2017, the Grammy winner took to Twitter to announce the release of the fourth single, "Call It What You Want," off her upcoming album, Reputation. The song will be available at midnight EST on Friday, Nov. 3.

The 27-year-old pop star also teased lyrics from her new tune. "Holding my breath slowly I said, 'You don't need to save me call it what you want but would you run away with me?'" she wrote in the post, which included a second quote saying, "'Yes.'"

It was also announced by Good Morning America that Swift will perform a brand new song next Thursday, Nov. 9 — the day before the release of her highly anticipated album Reputation—during ABC's TGIT line-up. The performance will air during Scandal, sometime between 9 and 10 p.m. EST. An extended version of her performance will air on Freeform the following day.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Swift announced the Nov. 10 release of her sixth studio album back in August. Since then, the singer, who is set to go on tour in 2018, has teased her new record's sound with a string of singles, including "Look What You Made Me Do,""...Ready For It?," and "Gorgeous." Swift recently gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at the writing process for the latter, which is rumored to have been written either before her dramatic split from ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris or when she first met her new beau Joe Alwyn.

While we wait for Swift's latest track to drop, check out the small details you may have missed in her "...Ready For It?" music video.