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Taylor Swift’s “blown away” by Halsey’s NIN-produced album

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Halsey‘s new album If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power, which was produced by Nine Inch Nails Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, has been turning a lot of heads, included that of the one and only Taylor Swift.

On Sunday, Swift tweeted a message of support to Halsey, writing that she’s “blown away” by the “Without Me” star’s “artistry and commitment to taking risks.”

“Giving us all a brave new era to dive into and explore together,” Swift commented. “Please stream and buy the album!”

Halsey then replied back, “Thank you T means so so much.”

When If I Can’t Have Love dropped on Friday, Halsey thanked the Nine Inch Nails duo for helping her take those artistic risks.

“They saw a festering crack in my armor and forced it open from miles away,” Halsey wrote. “This is the album I have always wanted to make, but never believed I was cool enough.”

She added, “There are not enough words to thank them for…taking a chance on me and lending me their genius talent. I hope you love our very unlikely and very special matrimony.”

In addition to Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters also want you to listen to If I Can’t Have Love, which features Dave Grohl on the song “honey.”

“Check it out,” the Foos tweeted Monday, along with a link to the album.

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