“She has a lot of fans,” says Jack, not just because she’s “famous”, but because her fans are true fans. “A lot of people think that fame, or press, or everyone knowing your name can sell you a lot of records or movies or whatever it is, but it’s not true. Everyone knows a lot of people, but, when they put out an album, no one cares. What’s always exciting to me about her is, she has a ton of fans that like to listen to ALL her music and will buy her music.” He continued, “That culture is amazing.”
She came over to my house. We hung out and wrote the song. I believe that, whether Taylor, Lorde, Bleachers records, anything I do, I believe very deeply in not being in an environment that is foreign to people. Studios can be so weird, and I want to make records in spaces that feel like a home or a bedroom. Anywhere where people can hang out. My studio doesn’t look like a crazy studio, it looks like a room in my apartment, and all the records come from there, for better or for worse.
Jack Antonoff on writing Look What You Made Me Do with Taylor. (x)
yall are trying to get tree and joseph kahn and jack antonoff to tell us what’s happening as if taylor doesn’t have snipers pointed at anyone and everyone who even remotely has any clue what the fuck is going on