What’s the most expensive music video of Taylor Swift?
Pop star Taylor Swift made a music video that cost millions of dollars and this is considered as her most expensive among the music videos she created so far.
Taylor is known for her lyricism and her way of making her art intriguing and at the same time engaging. Based on this YouTube video from How To…Wealth Edition, the most expensive music that Taylor did was for her song ‘Look What You Made Me Do.’
This one of the famous Taylor Swift songs came from her studio album titled ‘Reputation’ which was released in 2017. The said music video showcased a fiercer version of the sweet Taylor that was seen in her previous album releases.
There are four main reasons why this song’s music video is the most expensive that Taylor had. featured a bathtub scene. Taylor was inside a bathtub filled with diamonds. It was said that these diamonds were authentic and were loaned from celebrity jeweler Neil Lane.
Reportedly, the jewels have their own security. It was said these expensive items cost $12 million. Aside from being the most expensive music video she has ever made for now, this also became controversial because the world-famous singer-songwriter was shading Kim Kardashian, according to fans.
Swifties, fans of Taylor, interpreted it as her attack on Kim and her husband rapper Kanye West. For fans, the bathtub scene was a blow against Kim’s robbery incident in Paris back in 2016. The connection was knitted by fans as the bathtub scene was synced to the lyrics “I don’t like your perfect crime / How you laugh when you lie / You said the gun was mine / Isn’t cool, no, I don’t like you.”
Taylor was also shading Kanye through her snake ring and the icons of a snake appearing during different parts of the video. This conflict started when the rapper released a song using the “B” word in Taylor’s name. Kim claimed that the singer-songwriter approved of this but publicly, Taylor denied this and the former even released an audio recording to prove her point.
Many accusations were thrown at Taylor because of that and one of them was “snake.” Eventually, it was proven that Taylor Swift was telling the truth. The iconic music video was directed by Joseph Kahn and there were a lot of “easter eggs” in it. Within 24 hours of its release, the video reached 43.2 million views.
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