Taylor Swift announces new album “The Tortured Poets Departments” for the month of April!

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Surprise! Unreleased Taylor Swift releases are coming in a few weeks. The singer has just revealed, on the stage of the 2024 Grammy Awards, the release of a next opus for April 19, 2024.

The Swifties can’t believe it! Taylor Swift wanted to please her fans on the stage of the 2024 Grammy Awards, at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, this Sunday, February 4, by announcing the release of a new album entitled “The Tortured Poets Departments” for on April 19, 2024.

Upon accepting the Album of the Year award for “Midnights,” Taytay recalled that it was her thirteenth Grammy win before revealing: “I would like to thank the fans by revealing a secret that I have kept for the last two years: my new album arrives on April 19th. It’s called ”The Tortured Poets Departments”. I’m going to share the visual of the opus now on social networks. thanks I love you !”

A post on Taylor Swift’s Instagram account immediately appeared showing the cover of the unreleased album, in black and white. We discover the star lying on pillows. His head is cut off. A handwritten note also accompanies the photo. We can read there: “And so I give proof / My damaged coat of arms / My muses, acquired like bruises / My talismans and spells / The tick tick tick of love bombs / My veins of black ink / All is fair in love and poetry … »

This extract concludes with this signature: “Yours sincerely, Chairman of the Department of Tortured Poets.»

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Taylor Swift makes history

The announcement of an upcoming album isn’t the only good news for Swifties. Many fans predicted it. Taylor Swift once again proves that she is the queen of the music industry by winning the Grammy Award for album of the year for the fourth time in her career. This award is the most coveted distinction of all.

This fourth achievement makes the American artist the most awarded personality for her albums in the history of the Grammy’s. She thus does better than heavyweights Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon.

Taylor Swift did not hide her emotion when collecting her reward for her opus “Midnights”, from the hands of Celine Dion. “I’d like to tell you that it’s the best moment of my life, but I also feel happy when I finish a song.”, declared the singer on stage this Sunday, February 4. “Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to do what I love so much! I’m blown away!”

The ceremony on WECB Hits, February 5

Exclusively in France, the 66th Grammy Awards ceremony will be broadcast on Monday February 5 on the channel WECB Hits At 20 o ‘clock. A replay will be available from Friday February 9 at 8 p.m.


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