HAUNTING!!!!!! And here is the scoop on why they did it.
TAYLOR SWIFT may have finally started to make good on her promise to re-record her entire back catalog . . . to get back at Scooter Braun and her former label, which sold her masters without her consent.
Over the weekend, Taylor announced that she was very stoked about a cover of “Look What You Made Me Do”, which was used on the show “Killing Eve”.
The cover is credited to Jack Leopards & the Dolphin Club, and a lot of people believe the male singer is Taylor’s brother Austin Swift. He’s apparently used the name Dolphin Club in the past . . . and the group has no other songs out.
Also, the song’s co-producers are listed as Jack Antonoff and “Nils Sjöberg,” which is the pseudonym Taylor used when she co-wrote “This Is What You Came For” for Rihanna and Calvin Harris in 2016.
Taylor hasn’t commented.
Even if this is the case, it’s probably a one-off cover. But if it’s an intentional copyright workaround, it shows that Taylor is more than ready to start re-recording her music to regain control over her catalogue.