Taylor Swift released her music video for “The Man” Thursday morning, and it already has more than 3 million views and a spot on YouTube’s trending list.
“The Man” is a track from Swift’s seventh album, “Lover,” which the singer released last year.
In the music video, Swift becomes Tyler Swift — a representation of the “alpha male” and “boss” the song is about, according to CNN. Through a prosthetic transformation, Swift becomes an arrogant businessman who is rude to everyone he meets, Fox News reported.
At its core, “The Man” is about the double standards between men and women and how it’s “still a man’s world, ” according to Yahoo! News.
But the video isn’t just about sexism. Fans are already pointing out all of the Easter eggs and subtle digs at Swift’s enemies.
InStyle reported that one of the women in the video looks a lot like Kim Kardashian-West, the wife of rapper Kanye West, who used a nude wax figure of Swift in his “Famous” music video and infamously got on stage and took Swift’s microphone during the MTV VMA awards in 2009.
The video also digs at Scooter Braun, who bought the rights to Swift’s old music. In the video, the album titles are written out in graffiti, situated next to a sign that reads “Missing: If Found Return to Taylor Swift.” There’s also a “No scooters” sign.
At the end of the video, the singer is credited with being the music video’s director, owner and writer. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson provided the voice for Tyler Swift.