Joseph Kahn, the chief of Taylor Swift’s video for new single ‘Look What You Made Me Do’, has re-entered the civil argument over Beyoncé’s impact on the video.
After a story for the “LWYMMD” video was discharged on August 25, fans attracted correlations with Beyoncé’s “Development” video and live execution. The following day Kahn answered that Swift’s video was “not in [Beyoncé]’s speciality space.”
I've worked with Beyoncé a few times. She's an amazing person. The #LWYMMDvideo is not in her art space. Love and respect to Bey.
— Joseph Kahn (@JosephKahn) August 26, 2017
Presently, in a LA Times meet distributed yesterday (Thursday 7), Kahn has stood up again on the claimed similarities between the recordings. Referencing Swift’s 2015 video for ‘Ill will’, which he additionally coordinated and which went before Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’, he stated: “I honestly do believe that Beyoncé replicated ‘Bad Blood'”.
Article where I said Beyoncé copied Bad Blood tank tops. Seriously, do you think I give a fuck about tank tops lol.https://t.co/apOFnIzWXC
— Joseph Kahn (@JosephKahn) September 7, 2017
He said that ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ is “not “Arrangement” by any means,” including: “They attempt to state she’s wearing a dark product best and Beyoncé wore a dark harvest top. Be that as it may, they don’t understand in 2015 in ‘Ill will,’ Taylor Swift was wearing a dark yield top. I truly do think, incidentally, that Beyoncé repeated ‘Ill will.'”
Meanwhile, as Swift’s battle for 6th Album “Reputation” goes towards its release date of November 10, the singer was as of late answered to have endeavoured to trademark key phrases and titles from her new collection.
As indicated by TMZ, song title ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ and verse ‘The old Taylor can’t go to the telephone at this moment’ are among the words that she is trying to control.
Lead single ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ recently turned into Swift’s first UK number one single, and finished the 16-week rule of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” at the highest point of the US singles graph.