Taylor Swift is the queen of the pop and country music scene these days with hits like "Shake It Off" and "I Knew You Were Trouble."
Here's the thing: She isn't in trouble at all - not even when she makes a mistake.
Swift, or someone over at her camp, released a song, titled "Track 3," available for purchase online for $1.29. Unsurprisingly, considering her incredible popularity, the song instantly shot up to No. 1 on the Canadian iTunes charts. Track 3 was followed closely by two more of her songs, "Welcome to New York" and "Shake It Off."
But just one problem. That $1.29 "song" wasn't actually very musical at all.
The only sound heard on the 8-second clip was static, white noise. But I guess to her loyal fans, even Taylor's noise is valuable.
Her new album, "1989" is set for release next week, so many users thought that Track 3 was the newest song available from the pop star. It has since been removed by iTunes.
No word on when the real "Track 3" will be released.