Taylor Swift fans know what this time of year usually means: roughly every two years in August, the superstar drops a song that ends up being the first single from her upcoming album she releases in October. It's a formula she's been sticking to since her third album, Speak Now, so naturally, fans were wondering if this was going to be happening again. It's more than enough time since she released 1989 and rumors began to fly around Twitter that this cycle was happening again. But Scott Borchetta, the President and CEO of Tay's record label Big Machine, took to Twitter to settle everything once and for all, simply shutting down any and all hope Swifties had about a possible sixth album.
With a simply, "Nope," he ended all conversation that new music from the songstress would be coming soon. Looks like she really is on a long-extended break and we're all just going to have to wait a little bit longer before she breaks out the guitar and starts belting out some new tunes about life, love and heartbreak.
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