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Did Taylor Swift Tease A New Song In Her UPS Commercial?

According to the rabid Swifties, it's a possibility. 

The ever calculated Tayor Swift has started making people ask questions once again, this time with her UPS collaboration commercial.

According to the Internet, (LOL) and NYLON, Swifties think that this will be her next single, and we should expect it in about 10 days - AKA October 13.

Boy Swiftie on Twitter

GUYS.SOMEONE TOOK THE MUSIC FROM TAYLOR'S NEW UPS COMMERCIAL & SLOWED THE MUSIC DOWN. IT APPEARS TO BE A NEW SONG CALLED "RIP OFF THE PAGE" https://t.co/jn17NplDl1

If you listen closely it actually sounds like she's saying "The Front Page," which would really go with her motif of the newspaper/headlines that appear on the album cover. An account branding REPUTATION says that the song may be called "Front Page," which is basically what my ears are hearing.

REPUTATION on Twitter

I've been seeing people claiming that "Rip Off The Page" is actually titled "Front Page". Another rumor is that it will be out mid October

Another Swifty is following closely, and believe that the track will be released on Friday the 13, and will be the 13th track, and/or may be released at 10:13.

Swiftie®Paulie on Twitter

So it's Rip off the page Track 13 On 10:13 Friday the 13th

 

You can listen to the track behind these UPS "testimonials" below, and see if you think this would fit a track off Reputation. 

UPS Delivers Taylor Swift

UPS package cars decaled with Taylor Swift's new album cover, reputation, hit the road and excited fans weigh in on the relationship. Enter sweepstakes: www.taylorswift.ups.com | Order the UPS Commemorative CD Bundle: http://UPSe.rs/0226

 

Courtesy of UPS, you could win a Taylor Swift Concert Flyaway package if you preorder Reputation through their site now. Check out the official rules and sweepstakes at taylorswift.ups.com.

 

Amy Cooper knows way too much about Taylor Swift, Kanye West, and The Kardashians combined. One day, she will be called upon as a historian to explain their phenomenons.