More details of Taylor Swift's forthcoming album 'Reputation' have been revealed ahead of its release this Friday.

The album's tracklist has been unveiled via an Instagram post by Swift, and one song called 'End Game' will feature her former touring buddy and friend Ed Sheeran, as well as rapper Future.

However, if you were looking forward to spending Friday streaming the record via Spotify, Apple Music and the like, it's been revealed that 'Reputation' will not initially be released via streaming services.

According to Bloomberg, it'll be withheld for the first week of releases and negotiations are ongoing with various platforms. It will still be available to purchase via digital retailers like iTunes.

Swift's relationship with streaming services has been shaky in the past, after she pulled all of her music from them in 2014. She later reinstated her entire back catalogue on Spotify in June 2017, the same day that her arch-rival Katy Perry released her new album.

See below for the tracklist:


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