The wait is over!

Taylor Swift dropped her highly anticipated album Reputation at midnight, and it's everything you'd hoped it would be! As usual, Swifties have been trying to decode every single track to try and figure out who the songs are about, as T-Swizz touches on her feud with Kanye, her relationship with boyfriend Joe Alwyn, and her breakup with Calvin Harris and Tom Hiddleston.

Her tune "This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things" is clearly about Yeezy, and he's not going to be happy about the diss!

"It was so nice being friends again / There I was giving you a second chance / But you stabbed me in the back while shaking my hand/Friends don’t try to trick you / Get you on the phone and mind-twist you," she sings, referencing that phone call the rapper recorded between the two of them discussing the lyrics to his song "Famous."

"But I’m not the only friend you’ve lost lately / Mm mm / If only you weren’t so shady,” she added, clearly focusing on his fallout with Jay-Z.

The songstress also opens up about breaking up with Calvin for Tom.

“I wanted to leave him / I needed a reason / X marks the spot where we fell apart/But with three of us, honey, it’s a side show / And a circus ain’t a love story / And now we’re both sorry," the lyrics to "Getaway Car" go.

What really makes us think is the letter she wrote to fans in the album booklet.

"Here’s something I’ve learned about people. We think we know someone, but the truth is that we only know the version of them they have chosen to show us. We are never just good or just bad. We are mosaics of our worst selves and our best selves, our deepest secrets and our favorite stories to tell at a dinner party, existing somewhere between our well-lit profile photo and our drivers license shot. I’ve been in the public eye since I was 15 years old. On the beautiful, lovely side of that, I’ve been so lucky to make music for a living and look out into crowds of loving, vibrant people. On the other side of the coin, my mistakes have been used against me, my heartbreaks have been used as entertainment, and my songwriting has been trivialized as ‘oversharing'," she wrote.

"Let me say it louder again, louder for those in the back… We think we know someone, but the truth is that we only know the version of them they have chosen to show us. There will be no further explanation. There will just be reputation," she concluded.

She certainly knows how to make headlines!