"ME!" featuring Panic! At the Disco'sBrendon Urie, was produced by Swift and Joel Little, who has also famously worked with Lorde and Khalid, and was written by Swift, Urie and Little.
After releasing her first new music in almost two years, Taylor Swift has set a number of records across YouTube and Vevo.
"You will have two sisters", says Taylor Swift at the end of the video.
Taylor - who added that finding your self-worth will "always" be a "process" - also revealed how she has taken time off in the past to battle the moments she has felt low or exhausted.
American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has released a new song titled Me! But I knew that ["ME!"] just felt like a celebration.
"I must've forgotten giving birth to him", Swift quips.
Meanwhile, it appears she quickly realised 'ME!' should be the first single from her upcoming seventh album despite such a decision always proving hard.
Taylor Swift has recently learned to accept that there's no such thing as a "happily ever after".
She explained: "For me, writing, I've always known it was the main pillar holding up my career".
"The fact that they're so clever and detail oriented and they watch a video and they'll watch it 20 times trying to figure out what they've missed, that makes it more fun to do that stuff. He's purring!" she exclaims, before asking, "Can I have him?"
Symbolic: "I wanted there to be this scene where, symbolically, like, I wanted it to be kind of the symbolism of. if you are into someone, don't just do what you think people like". If you stream the song through Spotify's mobile app, you get a cute, exclusive video, just as you did for Delicate during the Reputation era.
Listen to our full chat with Taylor Swift in the video above!