As Swift's first single after signing with Republic Records, the song was revealed and released at the end of a thirteen-day countdown, as the lead single from her seventh studio album, Lover It is about embracing one's individuality , with lyrics on self-affirmation and self-love. Debuting at the hundredth spot, "Me! The song reached the top three in several other countries. It broke four Amazon Music records, including the most first-day streams, most first-week streams and most on-demand voice requests with Alexa of a single debut on the platform. Upon release, the song received mixed reviews from music critics, who were favorable towards the bubbly production and the duo's vocal chemistry, but divided over the lyrics—some complimented the " tongue-in-cheek " songwriting, while others called it "weak". In July , "Me! A live version of the song recorded at Swift's City of Lover concert in Paris was released for digital download and streaming on May 17, , after the premiere of the concert film on ABC. The "Me!
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