Taylor Swift is hard at work on the follow-up to 2014's 1989 and the collection may or may not be in the same vein as the pop titan's most recent body of work, according to a new report by ET.

On Tuesday (April 4), a source close to the outlet revealed several details about Swift's upcoming project, which appears to contradict Ed Sheeran's recent remarks on his pop peer's next album. According to the anonymous insider, Swift "has been busy working on her upcoming album" in Nashville, Tennessee and currently figuring out the sound for the LP. Apparently, the singer is at a crossroads as to whether she should continue the pop evolution of 1989 or return to her country roots. 

ET also reported that the LP is expected to drop by the end of the year, which echoes what Sheeran revealed during his chat with BBC News, before backtracking during a later interview.

In order to stay out of the limelight, Swift has been spending time in Nashville and veered off the social media realm by sharing very few posts on her Instagram account. Most recently, the chart-topper took to the platform to show some love to her friend Lorde and her new single, "Green Light," but that's about it. Stay alert, Swifties!

g2g brb just gonna make up an interpretive dance to this magnificent bop for the ages ELLA I LOVE YOU

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