The singer Taylor Swift, who proved a massive hit with his new album, "folklore", has decided to offer the cardigan she is wearing in the song of the same name to Natalia Bryant, the daughter of the basketball player who died in January 2020.
The gesture has not gone unnoticed on social networks. A few days after the release of his album surprise, folklore, Taylor Swift has wanted to be a powerful act : to offer the cardigan she is wearing in the clip of the song of the same name to the daughter of the basketball player Kobe Bryant, who died in January 2020. It is the wife of the latter, Vanessa Bryant, who announced on the social networks by posting on Instagram two photos of her daughter, Natalia, proudly showing the clothes. "Thank you," writes the young woman in another post on his social networks. "I'm obsessed with folklore", she adds. It should be noted that this famous cardigan is part of the derivatives of the new album by Taylor Swift, available on its website.
A nice gesture for the singer, who beats all the records with folklore : in just 24 hours, the album is ripped to 1.3 million copies in the world. On Spotify, it has become the disk the most listened to on the day of release with some 80 million speakers. Taylor Swift is ahead now the previous record holder, Ariana Grande, and his 70.2 million listens in 24 hours for the album, Thank U, Next.
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It took less than a Taylor Swift after the release of Lover to make a comeback in the bins. Last Friday, the singer has unveiled folklore, his eighth album, which she had announced only a few hours earlier. The program of this disc, with 16 new titles (17 for the deluxe edition in physical version), and collaborations with the folk group Bon Iver, the author and producer Jack Antonoff or Aaron Dessner, co-founder and multi-instrumentalist of the rock group The National.
"An album of all new composed songs in which I've poured all my whims, my dreams, my fears and my thoughts," wrote Taylor Swift. For her to release this album in the middle of the crisis linked to the pandemic of sars coronavirus was self-evident. "The times in which we live never ceases to remind me that nothing is guaranteed. My instinct tells me that if you do something that you love, you should simply put it into the world. It is the side of the uncertainty with which I can agree."Updated Date: 29 July 2020, 03:57