New music from Taylor Swift is coming soon

Taylor Swift is gearing up to release Speak Now in July, but her "Midnight" days aren't over just yet. On May 24, the 12-time Grammy winner surprised Swifties by announcing the release of a new version of her record-breaking tenth studio album , Midnights ('Til Dawn Edition) . This release includes a surprising rap feature, more vocals from a beloved collaborator, and a new "From the Vault" track that can only be found in surprising ways.

Swift revealed that the "Until Dawn" version will feature a remix of rapper Ice Spice's "Karma." "I am a huge fan of this talented artist and after getting to know her I can confirm: she is one to watch," she wrote. She also unveiled new artwork from the pair's collaboration, which sees the two in a "lavender mist"-esque galaxy, with Swift riding the moon and Ice Spice commanding Saturn. Eagle-eyed Swifties will notice that this is a nod to Swift's folklore track "Seven," which contains the lyrics "Love you to the moon and Saturn."

Ice Spice also posted the piece to her Instagram page, praising Swift in the caption. "Thank you @taylorswift for being the coolest person on earth," she wrote. Swift concluded her more than three-hour Eras tour with "Karma," which means Ice Spice may make a guest appearance at the upcoming show.

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Additionally, Swift has produced a new version of "Snow on the Beach," a collaboration with Lana Del Rey, featuring more vocals from the "A&W" singer, after fans joked that she was only in the background Sing. "You asked and we heard: Lana and I were back in the studio specifically to record more of Lana's 'Snow on the Beach,'" she wrote. "Love you Lana."

Fans (like this writer) who attend Swift's Eras tour at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey from May 26-28 are in for another treat. 'Til Dawn Edition 's "New Special Edition CD" will be available exclusively at the stadium merch booth and features a new "From the Vault" song titled "You're Losing Me" which is only available on CD . But fans who can't make the trip to New Jersey aren't completely lost, as the former Midnights Target bonus track "Hits Different" will now be available on the streaming service as part of the "Til Dawn Edition."