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Legend recognises legend: A.R. Rahman wishes Taylor Swift all the best for her new album


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Mumbai, April 24: Oscar and Grammy-winning music composer A.R. Rahman has wished American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift success for her recently released studio album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department’.

On Wednesday, Rahman, who recently delivered the chartbuster album for the Imtiaz Ali directorial ‘Amar Singh Chamkila’, took to X to wish the singer.

Sharing the album cover, he wrote, “All the best @taylorswift13 for your latest album #THETORTUEDPOETSDEPARTMENT (sic).”

‘The Tortured Poets Department’ is the 11th studio album by Swift for which she has worked with Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessne.

The album was announced by Swift at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards on February 4, 2024. It became the most streamed album on Spotify in a single day with 300 million streams.

Swift not only claimed the top spot, but also secured her position as the most-streamed artiste in a single day on the platform.

She created the album while working on her Eras Tour. It is a double album, with the second part, subtitled ‘The Anthology’, released two hours after the first.

American rapper-singer Post Malone features on the opening track ‘Fortnight’, which was released as the lead single.



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