Taylor Swift went on social media on Wednesday (July 29) to respond to a folklore joke published by none other than Mark Ronson.
The clip shared by a well-known producer shows two stars deep in a conversation at Grammys 2016 – the year Swift took his last album of the year, which he won 1989, “Taylor actually told me about #folklore back in 2016. On tape. Crazy, “Ronson joked with a video called Swift’s fake dialogue revealing that he’s working on” the one on “Bloodbuzz Ohio” – National Aaron Dessner.
Naturally, the viral tweet caught the attention of Swift, who quickly proved to be on the joke. “Thank you for keeping your secret information now,”; she replied, giving Ronson a doctoral video with a few laughing and praying emoji hands.
As one of Swift Dessner’s newest collaborators, he co-produced 11 of them folklore16 independent songs, including the first single “Cardigan” and the album highlights “The 1”, “The Last Great American Dynasty” and “Invisible String”. Meanwhile, Ronson has teamed up with Lady Gaga several times in recent years to create his 2016 album. Joanne and a soundtrack to 2018 The star was born.
Released as a surprise on Friday (July 24), folklore became the best-selling album of 2020 and moved more than 500,000 copies in three days. Less than a week after the album’s release, Swift also doubled to the lead single “Cardigan” and released the release of the cozy song “Cabin in Candlelight” with new instrumentation and alternative music videos.
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