The singer, who released her album "Folklore" last month, revealed one inspiration for the album's 14th song while introducing it on the radio.
The singer's eighth album, "folklore," arrives at midnight Friday, less than a year after her last record.
The Tennessee-born pop superstar wants the nation to stop celebrating “men who proudly owned and abused Black people.”
Taylor, a 26-year-old Black EMT, was shot eight times by plainclothes officers serving a narcotics search warrant at her apartment in March.
"We need to retroactively change the status of people who perpetuated hideous patterns of racism from ‘heroes’ to ‘villains,'" tweeted Swift.
Several top record labels will turn off the music in order to reflect and implement change in response to the death of George Floyd and the killings of other black people.
The singer tweeted an angry message at the president in response to his tweets on the Minneapolis protests, insisting that "we will vote you out in November."
The singer sent a special delivery to a fan who helped fight the coronavirus pandemic in New York City.
The singer appeared during the "One World: Together At Home" concert, which celebrated essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 10-time Grammy winner stressed to fans that "committing to this quarantine" was her top priority for the remainder of the year.