Taylor Swift鈥檚 sixth album, Reputation, finally (!!) dropped yesterday and fans could barely deal. After months of decoding every single lyric to every single, they were indeed 鈥溾eady for It?鈥, but their excitement was apparently a little too much for iTunes to handle.

Shortly after the record鈥檚 midnight release, the site was struggling to keep up with demand from hundreds of thousands of Swifties (800,000 in just six minutes, to be exact), causing its servers to 鈥badly lag,鈥 leaving anxious fans unable to download their purchases.

Others still complained of exorbitant wait聽times of up to聽40 minutes for their copy of the album to start playing.

While impressive, crashing iTunes is nothing new for the 27-year-old. When she released 1989 back in 2014, the exact same thing happened.

Despite all of the technical issues, however, it seems there鈥檚 no bad blood here: The album quickly shot to the number one spot in the site鈥檚 store and is expected to exceed even Swift鈥檚 own 1989 record, which was the fastest-selling album in the last 10 years, with first-week sales for Reputation expected to reach two MILLION in its first week alone. Wowza!

If you鈥檙e still having trouble getting your hands on the new opus, IBT points out you can try 鈥渇orce closing the app and opening it again,鈥 pick up a physical copy, or hear it free on iHeart Radio, both via the app and on actual radios, in the meantime. They鈥檝e also set up Reputation聽Radio, which will play the pop star鈥檚 music 24/7.

Congratulations, Taylor!

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