Taylor Swift’s new music video ME! breaks YouTube records

  • Taylor Swift’s new music video ME! breaks YouTube records

Taylor Swift’s new music video ME! breaks YouTube records

Taylor Swift's huge comeback has already resulted in a major win for the artist, breaking an impressive YouTube record along the way.

While she did manage to edge out Ariana Grande from her top spot at 55 million views for "Thank U, Next", K-pop group BTS apparently still takes the crown for having the biggest YouTube 24-hour view record overall thanks to their single "Boy With Luv" featuring Halsey, which reached a whopping 74 million views in 24 hours. "And I'm not trying to be loud but 65.2 million views.?? and 6+5+2=".

You have to admit that Taylor Swift knows how to get fans excited.

Swift, 29, had been teasing an announcement for days on social media with pastel images that turned out to be scenes from the new video.

In advance of her new single Me!, Taylor Swift surprises fans at the new Kelsey Montague What Lifts You Up mural on April 25, 2019 in Nashville, Tenn.

The 10-time Grammy victor dropped her music video for her new single "ME!" on Friday and gave Swifties a glimpse of her new cat Benjamin Button. She added that he's a "good boy". " featuring Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie on Friday, but she also revealed she adopted a kitten from the music video set". Swift wrote on Instagram and Twitter, posting a photo of herself with a fluffy, blue-eyed kitten.

"I can't begin to describe how incredible it has been to work on this song and video", added Urie, 32. "Look What You Made Me Do" - Taylor Swift (43.2 million) 7. So much f***kin' love and respect.

According to Mediabase, a staggering 286 radio stations were spinning the song on day one, led by CHR (1,800 spins as of 4pm), then hot AC (623 spins) and AC (70 spins), with a handful of plays at rhythmic-and one random airing at alternative (likely because of the presence of Panic's Urie).

However, it seems that this derision has not detracted from the song's success, with 'ME!' managing to break another YouTube record for Taylor Swift.

As of this writing, Swift has revealed no definite details on her upcoming seventh studio album, only that the album's name is included in the Me! video.