Taylor Swift Is ‘Completely Overwhelmed’ at Historic Album Debut

Taylor Swift reacted to the announcement of her latest album on Sunday, The Department of Tortured Poetslives up to what his fans expected.

According to Billboard, Swift is now tied, at 14, with Jay-Z for the most No. 1 records by a solo artist after the album rose to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (dated May 4). It is only beaten by the Beatles, who have 19.

The Department of Tortured Poets It’s also the most streams in a week for an album, at least since 2014, when Billboard began measuring the units. The publication described the debut as “mammoth”, with a “staggering” number of vinyl sales totaling 859,000.

Shortly after the news broke, Swift said her “mind was blown” and “I’m completely overwhelmed by the love you guys have shown this album.”

“What do you mean,” Swift originally posted in response to a Billboard post announcing his achievements on Xformerly Twitter.

The singer then added that she was “completely overwhelmed” by the numbers, including 2.61 million equivalent album units sold in the US alone in the week ending April 25.

A stunned Swift wrote: “ARE YOU REALLY SERIOUS??

Adding some behind-the-scenes photos from the album process, including photos with Post Malone and Florence Welch, Swift concluded by promising that she was ready to return to work after a two-month hiatus.

“Thank you for listening, broadcasting and welcoming Tortured poets in your life. Feeling completely overwhelmed. I was already so excited to go back on tour but are you doing THIS?? May 9 can’t come soon enough.

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News Source : www.thedailybeast.com


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