Taylor Swift to release 'Karma' featuring rapper Ice Spice, deluxe version of 'Midnights'
Taylor Swift just gave her fans even more to be excited about.
On Wednesday, the "Midnights" singer announced that she will drop a remix of her hit song "Karma" featuring rapper Ice Spice on Thursday at midnight.
"So much to tell you," she wrote in an Instagram post alongside artwork for the song featuring her and Ice Spice in space. "I'm a massive fan of this brilliant artist and after getting to know her I can confirm: she is THE ONE to watch. So delighted to say that 'Karma' featuring the incredible @icespice will be out TOMORROW night at MIDNIGHT ET as a part of the new 'Midnights (Til Dawn Edition) deluxe album."
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Ice Spice shared the new art for the song on her own Instagram, writing in the caption, "Karma ft me 🪐😍tmm night🥳💕💕💕"
"Thxx @taylorswift for being the coolest person on earth ilu💜5/26," she added.
Swift also announced that she and Lana Del Rey "went back into the studio specifically to record more Lana on 'Snow on the Beach'" for the deluxe album.
"Love u Lana 🥰😆," she wrote in her Instagram post Wednesday.
Swift didn't stop there. She added that for fans going to her Eras Concert Tour stop in East Rutherford, New Jersey, "a new special edition CD" will be available "ONLY on site starting at 12:30pm ET on Friday!"
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"This CD will have a never before heard Midnights vault track called 'You're Losing Me'!" Swift wrote.
Swift's announcement comes nearly three weeks after she revealed she would be releasing the re-recorded album "Speak Now" on July 7. The upcoming album will be the third of her past albums that she's re-recorded with her own versions of the songs.
The singer is currently on the North American leg of her Eras Tour, which will end with a grand finale at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, in August.
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