"Ole," the song Calvin Harris wrote with singer John Newman, and that is purportedly a Taylor Swift cheating diss track has been leaked.
Basically, it's a hilarious, Mexican-themed play-by-play.
Clearly, someone is having fun and getting revenge at the same time, because "Ole" chronicles a love triangle we're all familiar with.
The non-subtle implication, set to a mellow, Latin beat, is that Taylor Swift cheated on Harris with Tom Hiddleston, her latest famous BF.
Written from Hiddleston's point of view, the new track references the actor's famous Thor character, Loki, kicking things off as such:
"Low key you won't tell none of your friends about me."
The Taylor-centric lyrics continue, "You've hidden my name in your phone so you can call me to tell me you've been going through hell."
"Left him alone and you booked in a hotel."
Newman croons, "I see online that you begun to be a good girl and take trips with your boyfriend. Being attentive, continue to pretend ..."
Yeah. Pretty scathing, funny stuff all around.
Harris, sources close to him say, has no ill will toward Tom, believing the actor to have fallen under Swift's spell like many men before him.
As for Swift ... he thinks she played him.
Taylor's camp claims this can't be about her, obviously, citing that Calvin wrote the song long before she hooked up with the thespian.
Of course, it's also possible that Harris doesn't really think she's a cheater, but is taking a page from his pop star ex in an ironic way.
Whether Taylor dumped Calvin, Calvin dumped Taylor, or the pair simply drifted apart, there is no disputing the following fact whatsoever:
Swift's personal life and the endless public fascination with her romantic history has provided endless fodder for her professional career.
Harris has to know that the time is right to cash in on this, whether Tay and Tom were having a "low key" fling behind his back or not.
What do you think? Take a listen.