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Taylor Swift and Ice Spice Share ‘Karma’ Remix from ‘Midnights’ Deluxe – Rolling Stone

The people’s princesses, Taylor Swift and Ice Spice, have released an amped up remix of “Karma,” an ode to allowing our enemies defeat themselves. With karma in the duo’s corner, there’s no way either of them can fail — like Ice Spice said, how can they lose if they’re already chose?

When Midnights arrived, Swift described “Karma” to iHeartRadio as being written “from a perspective of feeling really happy, really proud of the way your life is, feeling like this must be a reward for doing stuff right.”

That feeling allowed the singer to shift her outlook from vengeful to relaxed. “You’re talking shit for the hell of it/Addicted to betrayal, but you’re relevant,” she sings in the original opening verse. “You’re terrified to look down/Cause if you dare, you’ll see the glare/Of everyone you burned just to get there.”

Describing the song, she added: “It’s a song that I really love because I think we all need some of those moments, we can’t just be beating ourselves up all the time. You have to have these moments where you’re like, ‘You know what? Karma is my boyfriend,’ and that’s it.”

Swift’s karmic relationship has brought her far less trouble in recent weeks than her alleged romantic one. The singer’s decision to collaborate with Ice Spice raised some eyebrows in light of her recent public appearances with The 1975 frontman Matty Healy, who faux-apologized to the rapper in April for participating in derogatory conversation about her face and body on The Adam Freidland Show.

“I just feel a bit bad, and I’m kind of a bit sorry if I’ve offended you,” Healy said, not directly to Ice Spice, but to the audience at the 1975’s recent stop in Auckland, New Zealand as a catch-all apology for his multiple offenses over the years. He added: “Ice Spice, I’m sorry. It’s not because I’m annoyed that me joking got misconstrued. It’s because I don’t want Ice Spice to think I’m a dick. I love you, Ice Spice. I’m so sorry.” 


Ice Spice, who gushed about being “obsessed” with the 1975’s music in a January interview with Elle, hasn’t publicly responded to Healy or commented on the matter. Friedland, who made the direct comments about the rapper that Healy laughed along to, recently quote-tweeted an announcement of the “Karma” remix, writing: “You’re Welcome.”

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