Kacey released her new album Pageant Material yesterday, and while that's exciting news in itself, it's her track "Good Ol' Boys Club" on the album, that's getting all the attention. We're pretty sure there's a Taylor-dig in the song, and Kacey even kind of hinted that it was going down a few months ago.
The line in question? "Another gear in a big machine don't sound like fun to me," she sings. Um, is that an obvious reference to Tay's Big Machine record label?
Oh, and then there's this: "Favors for friends will get you in and get you far, shouldn't be about who it is you know, but about how good you are."
Oh, crap. Did she just basically say that Tay wouldn't let her in her crew?
Kacey won't talk about the diss directly, but has hinted to it in a recent interview with Fader.
"I'm talking about a lot of different people...any industry has its shoo-ins and people that get in because they know somebody, or their dad worked here, whatever. But, yeah, there is a wink," she said.
Dad worked there? We all know T-Swift's pops invested big bucks into Big Machine when she was first starting off. B-u-r-n.
We aren't sure what the bad blood is here, but with the way these two get revenge on peeps who piss them off, we're staying out of this one. This could get ugly...Katy Perry-style!