Calvin Harris鈥檚 fifth studio album, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, may not drop until the end of the month, but already, its first single, 鈥淔eels,鈥 has garnered a ton of buzz for reasons that have little to do with its catchy beat. People believe the track, which is a collaboration with pop star Katy Perry, is yet another direct diss as Harris鈥檚 ex, Taylor Swift.

It certainly wouldn鈥檛 be the first time either artist has gone there with Swift: You might recall the 33-year-old DJ鈥檚 epic Twitter rant and Instagram rampage directed at his former paramour following their ill-fated breakup.

The song not only features Swift鈥檚 arch-nemesis Katy Perry, but Pharrell and Big Sean, and is already being dissected line-for-line by fans who are convinced it鈥檚 just the latest in a growing line of musical hits being taken at the singer (there鈥檚 also Perry鈥檚 latest, 鈥淪wish, Swish,鈥 and Harris鈥檚 video for 鈥淢y Way鈥).

The lyrics certainly don鈥檛 mince words: From its opening line (sung by Pharrell), which sets the tone with: 鈥淲ell nothing ever last forever, no. One minute you鈥檙e here and the next you鈥檙e gone,鈥 it鈥檚 easy to imagine Swift might be the absent party in question.

The most telling verse, perhaps, comes in the form of Big Sean鈥檚 verse, which states,. 鈥淕oddamn, I know you love to make an entrance鈥o you like getting paid or getting paid attention?鈥, which fans are taking as a nod to Swift鈥檚 relationship with Tom Hiddleston.

In addition to the lyrics, there鈥檚 also the matter of the actual release date of 鈥淔eels.鈥 As some have pointed out, the track dropped exactly one year after those first snaps of Swift and Hiddleston surfaced. EXACTLY one year. Could it really be just a simple coincidence? Twitter thinks not.

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