Taylor Swift Performs an Instrumental “Call It What You Want” Live on SNL

Taylor Swift has gone all-in with Pop and trap music in her new album ‘Reputation’ released last month. Almost all the songs in the album are heavy Pop and synth music and they are very catchy too. So it becomes a refreshing twist when Taylor performs one of those songs stripped down to bare minimum music. This is what happened on November 11th on Saturday Night Live, when Taylor Swift performed “Call It What You Want” song from ‘Reputation’ album.

Taylor Swift starts off the performance with her trusted acoustic guitar and then is later joined by a violin. The performance becomes one harmony of Taylor’s voice with the backup singers’ voices and a beautifully orchestrated set of string instruments. The song has a whole different when it is performed with instruments-feels of Country Taylor!

Watch Taylor Swift Perform “Call It What You Want” Live on SNL

https://youtu.be/GE7JvEsCGkc

“My baby’s fly like a jet stream
High above the whole scene
Loves me like I’m brand new
So call it what you want, yeah, call it what you want to”

This performance also marks the first time Taylor Swift performed “Call It What You Want” live on a stage. It is widely rumored that this song is yet another adoration directed at Taylor’s current boyfriend Joe Alwyn.

A few weeks back, Taylor Swift also performed her promotional single “…Ready For It?” on Saturday Night Live and it was electrifying.

What do you think about this amazing live performance? Let us know in the comments below and share this article with all your Swiftie friends.

Adam McDonald

Hi! I am the founder and lead author and editor of Justrandomthings music community. A vast range of personal interests from Hip-Hop to Country to Hard Rock and Punk music will keep you entertained.

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