The Chiefs tight end said he heard some of the Department of Tortured Poets
Travis Kelce Shares Swifties' Excitement for Taylor Swift's Upcoming Album, Department of Tortured Poets.
During a Super Bowl media event on Monday, he shared that he had the chance to listen to some of his 11th studio album. “I heard about it, yes. And it’s amazing,” the Kansas City Chiefs tight end told reporters. “I can’t wait for her to turn the world upside down when it finally falls.”
When asked for more details about her Midnights followed, he replied: “I can’t give you anything. I give him the choice.
Elsewhere at the press event, Kelce congratulated the megastar for breaking the Grammy record for most album of the year wins as she took home her fourth trophy, thanks to Midnights. ” She is incredible. She's rewriting the history books herself,” he smiled, adding: “I told her I should keep my end of the bargain and come home with some equipment too.”
Accepting the award for Best Pop Vocal Album (Midnights) during Sunday's ceremony, Swift announced the Department of Tortured Poets and its release date. “I want to thank the members of the Recording Academy for voting this way,” she said. “But I know that the way the Recording Academy voted is a direct reflection of the passion of the fans. So I want to thank the fans by revealing a secret that I've been hiding from you for two years, namely that my brand new album comes out on April 19.
The following Monday, Swift shared the album's tracklist, revealing a total of 17 songs (including a bonus track) and collaborations with Post Malone and Florence + The Machine.