Look What You Made Me Do is the lead single from Taylor Swift’s 2017 album, Reputation. Panned by some and heralded by others, the Swift/Antonoff-penned track (with additional credits to Right Said Fred) marks a pronounced stylistic departure for Swift due to its darker, more scathing qualities than her previous hits such as Shake It Off, Blank Space and Wildest Dreams. However, it is just as meticulously well-crafted and chock-full of the “soap opera” intrigue that her audience has come to expect.
To date, Look What You Made Me Do has landed in the Top 10 on over 50 charts throughout the world, peaking at #1 on over 20.
Love it or hate it, Look What You Made Me Do put Taylor Swift back in the limelight and heightened anticipation for the release of her forthcoming album, Reputation.
What is the difference between PRO and Essentials?
Think of the PRO Report as the novel and the Essentials Report as “Cliffs Notes”.
Utilized at by the music industry and universities around the world, the PRO Report provides a deep dive into the what, how and why behind a current chart-topping hit. These exceptionally comprehensive reports feature a combination of impartial data and insightful analysis illustrated through charts, graphs and notation, and provide readers with an in-depth understanding of the hit songwriting and production techniques involved in crafting the song.
A PRO subscription includes the monthly PRO Report, the Essentials Report, the quarterly Genre and Trend Reports, access to the IMMERSION searchable database and the IMMERSION trend module.
The Essentials Report is a streamlined version of the PRO Edition developed specifically for the individual songwriter, producer and music industry professional. Key points and insightful analysis are illustrated through charts, graphs and commentary, providing you with an understanding of what made the song a hit at the compositional level.