Taylor Swift has dropped a politically charged music video for her latest single, "The Man," from her seventh studio album, "Lover." Both the song and video for "The Man" address the sexism and misogyny prevalent in today's culture. Through her male alter ego, Tyler, Swift points out the double standards women face at work, in their dating lives, with their sexuality, and more. We broke down all of the music video's Easter eggs, such as references to Leonardo DiCaprio and "The Wolf of Wall Street," Serena Williams and her 2018 US Open women's final match, and Swift's recent feud with Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta over the masters to her past albums, including "1989," "Reputation," and "Red." Loren Gray, Dominic Toliver, Jayden Bartels, and Swift's father, Scott Swift, all make cameos, while Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is the voice of Tyler Swift.