Taylor Swift - Me!

About "Me!"

"Me!" (stylized in all caps) is a song by Taylor Swift featuring Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco, released on April 26, 2019, as the lead single from Swift's seventh studio album, Lover, by Republic Records. Written by Urie, Swift, and Joel Little, and produced by the latter two, "Me!" is an upbeat bubblegum pop and synth-pop track driven by a marching band drumline. It is about embracing one's individuality, self-affirmation, and self-love.

Music critics described the production as cheery or campy; they either found the track catchy and tongue-in-cheek or deemed it immature and cloying. On the US Billboard Hot 100, "Me!" debuted at number 100 and jumped to number two the next week, breaking the record for the biggest single-week jump in the chart's history. The single was certified double-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. It reached the top ten and received platinum or higher certifications in Australia, Canada, Poland, and the United Kingdom.

Swift and Dave Meyers directed the music video for "Me!", which features bright and colorful aesthetics. Critics commented that it was a symbolic departure from the dark aesthetics of Swift's past album, Reputation (2017). The video claimed the Vevo record for the highest 24-hour views, amassing over 65.2 million views within its first day of release. In 2019, it won Best Visual Effects at the MTV Video Music Awards, Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards, and Best Female International Artist Video at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan.

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