Taylor Swift took to social media on Wednesday (July 29) to react to Folklore a joke posted by none other than Mark Ronson.
The video shared by the famous producer shows the two stars deep in conversation during the Grammys 2016 – the year Swift took home her most recent album of the year to win 1989. “Taylor actually tells me about #folklore back in 2016. On the tape. Crazy,” Ronson with a kit raises the video, which is nicknamed Swift’s fake dialogue that revealed she was working on “that of ‘Ohio’s Bloodbuzz’ with The Aaron Dessner National.
Of course, the viral tweet caught Swift’s eye to herself, proving she was in the joke. “Thank you for keeping the secret til now,” she replied, answering Ronson’s doctoral video with several emojis of laughter crying and hand prayers.
As one of Swift’s newest collaborators, Dessner has produced 11 products FolkloreThe 16 indie-beaten tracks, including the first single “Cardigan” as well as the album’s highlights such as “The 1,” “The Last Great American Dynasty” and “Invisible String.” Meanwhile, Ronson has joined Lady Gaga several times in recent years, producing her two albums in 2016. Joanne and the soundtrack for 2018 A Star Is Born.
Released as a surprise on Friday (July 24), Folklore it has already become the best-selling album of 2020, moving more than 500,000 units in just three days. Less than a week after the album’s release, Swift also doubled over to the single “Cardigan,” which released a comfortable track “Cabin in Candlelight” edition that includes new instrumentation and an alternative music video.
Check out the fun exchange about Swift and Ronson Folklore below.