During A Speech At New York University In May, Taylor Swift Probably Released Portions Of The Lyrics Of Midnights
During a lecture Taylor Swift gave back in May, she dropped some cryptic hints about the lyrics to a song on her upcoming album Midnights.
This past spring, Taylor Swift, 32 years old, was at New York University to receive an honorary degree in fine arts when she addressed the crowd and said, “We shall breathe in, breathe through, breathe deep, and breathe out.”
She made light of the situation by joking, “And I am a doctor now, so I understand how breathing functions.” Swift revealed at the moment that this was the very first time she had ever dressed up in a cap and gown.
In a news statement distributed prior to the event, NYU referred to Swift as “one of the most productive and acclaimed musicians of her time. Fans were quick to link after the All Too Well singer provided a sneak glimpse of some of the lines from Midnights on Spotify billboards that were placed in a variety of places across the world, notably Nashville, Tennessee, and Sao Paulo, Brazil, amongst others.
One of the billboards stated, “Breathe in, breathe through, breathe deep, and breathe out,” which was in keeping with the speech that Swift gave around four and a half months ago.
Fans of Taylor Swift swarmed to Twitter to express their admiration for the singer’s creativity when she dropped the unexpected Easter egg. Other billboards in different parts of the world displayed additional lines from her new album Midnights, which will be released on Friday at noon. ET.
As per Billboard magazine, one of the billboards for Spotify stated that the dominoes fell in a line like a clock was setting them up. Another billboard asked, “Has anyone ever kissed you in a setting that was too crowded?”
Swift has been known to leave easter eggs for her followers before. She debuted her seventh studio album, Lover, in 2019 and donned a jacket filled with pins that provided hints about the album. Further, she released merchandise in 2021 for her re-recorded Fearless (Taylor’s Version) album, which featured artwork from the original 2008 release.