Swifties went into overdrive following the streaming services release of Taylor Swift’s From The Vault track You’re Losing Me.
The song was previously released digitally via her web store in May – with the track believed to allude to her break-up with Joe Alwyn after six years.
But on Wednesday You’re Losing Me was finally made available on streaming outlets such as Spotify, and fans were overjoyed to have the track available at their fingertips.
Elated Swifites took to X to express both their happiness at the release and hash out mixed feelings about Taylor’s ex Joe.
One fan comically mused: ‘Legend has it you’re losing me was written using Joe Alwyn’s tears as ink.’
Swifties went into overdrive following the streaming services release of Taylor Swift’s From The Vault track You’re Losing Me
Elated Swifites took to X to express both their happiness at the release and hash out mixed feelings about Taylor’s ex Joe
The track is believed to allude to her break-up with Joe (pictured 2019)
Another humorously shared a photo of a video game character glued to their computer as a fire broke out in their bedroom. ‘Not now sweetie “you’re losing me” is out now on streaming platforms,’ the fan tweeted on X.
One couldn’t believe the track was now widely available as they shared a GIF of Oprah Winfrey. ‘NO WAY…. YOU’RE LOSING ME OUT EVERYWHERE???? YOU’RE KIDDING ME??’ the fan wrote.
Another devoted fan shared a photo of Taylor sitting at the Grammys beside an overjoyed Camila Cabello, who represented all Swifites. An image of the You’re Losing Me track was edited over Swift.
‘You’re losing me is finally on streaming platforms… THANK YOU MOTHER,’ the fan tweeted alongside the image.
Another shared video of Vice President Kamala Harris on the day President Biden won the election. ‘You’re losing me finally out on all streaming platforms i prayed for times like this,’ the fan wrote.
For others, the track brought up mixed feelings about Taylor’s six-year long relationship with Joe.
‘Happy for people who wanted You’re Losing Me to be available to stream but I personally can’t listen to that song or I will think about [TRAIN DRIVES BY] [TIRES SCREECHING]-ing Joe Alwyn,’ another wrote.
‘Merry Christmas Joe Alwyn. “Stop You’re Losing Me” is out on streaming,’ another posted.
One person stood up for the actor: ‘I just hope now that you’re losing me is on streaming services people DON’T go and bully Joe like LEAVE HIM ALONE! Haven’t you bullied him enough when we first heard the song!? LEAVE JOE ALWYN ALONE!!’
One couldn’t believe the track was now widely available as they shared a GIF of Oprah Winfrey
The track also forced fans to contend with their feelings surrounding Swift’s relationship with Alwyn
Swift delighted fans as she finally dropped the From The Vault track You’re Losing Me on streaming services after being crowned Spotify’s Global Top Artist in 2023.
The singer, who was the most listened to artist on Spotify Wrapped 2023 with more than 26.1 billion global streams, took to social media to wax lyrical about the ‘unreal moment.’
She wrote: ‘Um ok this is unreal?? I just wanted to say to anyone who listened to my music this year, anywhere in the world, thank you.
‘Getting named Spotify’s Global Top Artist in 2023 is truly the best birthday/holiday gift you could’ve given me. We’ve seriously had THE MOST fun this year out there on tour and now this. Are you serious.”
‘So I was trying to think of a way to thank you, and a lot of you have been asking me to put ‘You’re Losing Me (From The Vault)’ on streaming… so here you go! You can finally listen EVERYWHERE now.’
Swift delighted fans as she finally dropped track You’re Losing Me on streaming services after being crowned Spotify’s Global Top Artist in 2023
The singer, 33, who was also the most listened to artist on Spotify Wrapped 2023 with more than 26.1 billion global streams, took to social media to wax lyrical about the ‘unreal moment’
The track is believed to reference her break-up with her former long-term partner Joe.
The lyrics include: ‘I wouldn’t marry me either / A pathological people pleaser / Who only wanted you to see her,” Swift sings on the track. Other lyrics include, “Do I throw out everything we built or keep it? / I’m getting tired even for a phoenix / Always rising from the ashes / Mending all her gashes / You might just have dealt the final blow.’
Currently boasting over 108 million monthly listeners on the streaming platform, the Enchanted singer previously bagged the UK top spot in 2022.
This year has been another very successful year for the pop superstar, who has been estimated to have generated nearly $5bn in consumer spending alone in the US leg of her Eras Tour.
Only two UK artist joined Taylor in the top five most streamed artist in the UK, with Drake and The Weeknd both landed second and third respectively.
Spotify Wrapped 2023 sums up how 574M people around the world listened to the streaming giant this year.
The brand unveiled that Arctic Monkeys and Ed Sheeran squeezed their way into the fourth and fifth UK spot.
But it was not only in the UK that Taylor bagged the most-listened-to crown – she also came out on top internationally.
Fans quickly went wild on social media for the release of the track
Taylor bagged the title of most streamed artist in the UK and the world in this year’s Spotify Wrapped – with more than 26.1 billion global streams
Out of the top streamed artists in the UK only two were British, placing fourth was Ed Sheeran., (left), Arctic Monkeys were the fifth most listened to band/artist in the UK on Spotify, (right)
It was the first time in three years that Bad Bunny was not been the most listened to artist globally.
But the Puerto Rican rapper did land second place, having released 2023 most streamed album – Un Verano Sin Ti – raking in a whopping 4.5 billion streams since January 1.
Coming in third was the Weeknd, whose album – Starboy – was the fourth most streamed of the year globally, despite being released in 2016.
The Weeknd was followed by Drake, Peso Pluma, Feild and Travis Scott, who launched his highly-anticipated album Utopia in July.
The eight most streamed artist globally was SZA, who rocked the R&B genre with her critically acclaimed album SOS.
SOS, which included a roster of hits such as Kill Bill, Snooze and Good Days, was the third highest streamed album on Spotify internationally.
Following SZA in ninth and tenth place is Karol G and Summertime Sadness crooner Lana Del Rey.
Swift also had major success with two songs, which both landed in Spotify’s top ten most streamed songs globally.
Both her 2016 single Cruel Summer and her 2022 hit-song Anti-Hero placed sixth and tenth on the list.
Nabbing the crown for 2023’s most listened to song in world was Flowers by Miley Cyrus, with more than 1.6 billion listens since January 1.
In second and third place was SZA with Kill Bill and As It Was by Harry Styles.
As It Was previously held the crown for most streamed song on the streaming platform in 2022, reaching close to 1.5 billion plays.
This year, Swift also mirrored the same success with her albums.
Two of the country singer’s projects also proved to be global favourites with Midnights and Lover being unveiled as the second and seventh most listened to albums worldwide.
Swift knocked Bad Bunny (pictured) from the top spot for the most listened to artist globally. He had previously been the most streamed artist globally for three consecutive years
The Weeknd (pictured left) came third on the list, with his 2016 Starboy being the fourth most streamed globally. SZA (pictured right in 2022) shook up the music world with her R&B album SOS. Her single Kill Bill was the second most popular in the world on Spotify
As It Was by Harry Styles (pictured) stayed on the top ten most streamed global songs list, dropping from number one in 2022 to third place this year
Taylor Swift mirrored her success in album streams as well, with both Midnights and Lover cropping up as global favourites
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