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About Look What You’ve Done. Drake gives a legitimately touching tribute to his mother, Sandi, his grandmother Evelyn, and his Uncle Steve in this Take Care highlight. The low-key vibe set the song apart from most of the tracks on Take Care. Portions of this track were later sampled by the Michigan-based producer Sango on Just When I Need Most. Look What You’ve Done" Track Info. Written By 40, Chase N. Cashe & Drake. Recording Engineer 40. Mixing Engineer Noel Gadget Campbell. Background Vocals Evelyn Bubi Sher, Jawann Peacock & Static Major. Piano Jawann Peacock.
Look What You've Done" is the fourth single by the Australian rock band Jet, from their 2003 album Get Born. The single was released in 2004 worldwide, and in 2005 in the US (number 37). The single is their highest charting single in Australia peaking at number 14 on the ARIA Singles Chart. It was also a hit in Latin America, where it was played several times in radio and television, making it the biggest Jet hit there. The song was ranked number 24 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.
Writer: Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff, Fred Fairbrass, Richard Fairbrass, Rob Manzoli Arranger: The Piano Channel.
It's possible the "you" here is Katy Perry, who many assumed was the target of 1989's "Bad Blood. Plus, Perry's Witness single "Bon Appétit" was about a feast - in the music video, Perry is even served up on a platter. The world goes on, another day, another drama, drama, But not for me, not for me, all I think about is karma, And then the world moves on, but one thing's for sure, Maybe I got mine, but you'll all get yours". Throughout the new track, Swift alludes to karma and the idea that those who have wronged her have a storm coming for them. All this vengeful energy comes to a head in the track's chorus, where Swift seems to imply that her enemies "made" her release this song - in other words, the angry track is simply justice served.
The first verse of "Look What You Made Me Do" has Taylor Swift complaining about the "games" that her enemies play with her and the "tilted stage" they provide for her-an unfair disadvantage. Some claim this is a direct reference to an actual tilted stage that Kanye West performed on, but Taylor Swift usually deals in generalities, so it seems unlikely though not impossible that she would refer to some obscure set piece. In the pre-chorus of "Look What You Made Me Do," Taylor Swift begins transitioning into the main idea of her song: her unfortunate need to change and develop to stay strong. She explains that she "got smarter" and "harder.