Taylor Swift is set to release her re-recorded second album Red later this year and the singer is already teasing her fans about all the exciting collaborations it will offer. While it was previously announced that Swift and Ed Sheeran would be working on a track together, according to the singer’s cryptic album teaser recently released, it looks like Phoebe Bridgers and Chris Stapleton will also be collaborating with the singer.
In her recent post, Swift posted a special video from the vault that contained a hidden message with word puzzles that fans quickly understood as the names of artists who will collaborate with Swift on the upcoming album. Fans have decoded that among the scrambled words, the names of Ed sheeran, Chris Stapleton and Phoebe Bridgers.
In addition, other scrambled words showed titles of his songs such as Ronan, Better Man and also revealed one of the album’s most anticipated songs, the ten minute number, which will be All Too Well. It was confirmed by Swift when announcing Red’s re-recorded album that she would put an entire ten-minute track on it.
Check out Taylor Swift’s red teaser here:
The singer also promised to release 30 unreleased tracks with Taylor’s version album. Describing her 2012 album Red, Swift called it “a fractured mosaic of feelings that all fit together in the end.” She further revealed the reason she was re-recording it saying, “Imagining your future might always take you back to the past. And that’s all to say that the next album I will release is my version of Red. ”
The Swift team recently announced that the singer will not be sending her re-recorded album, Fearless (Taylor’s Version) to the Grammy Awards this year.
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