People are still talking about the possibility that Taylor Swift is collaborating with BLACKPINK’s Rosé on an upcoming project. After all, the “Gone” singer had been spotted leaving a celebrated recording studio with Swift. So is there any truth to Roseanne Park being involved in the “Bad Blood” singer’s next album? The idol has finally broken her silence about the so-called listening party she attended.

The internet was buzzing with excitement when a video surfaced showing BLACKPINK member Rosé and Taylor Swift leaving the same location. In the video, Rosé can be seen departing from Electric Lady Studios in NYC. Shortly afterwards, Swift also exits the same studio and enters a separate car.

While the video doesn’t offer much detail, fans couldn’t help but be intrigued by the possibility of a collaboration between these two artists, igniting rampant speculation. The rumors gained momentum as it’s widely known that Taylor Swift is actively working on a new album, adding fuel to the belief of a potential joint project with Rosé. Music enthusiasts and fans of both artists eagerly await any official announcements or updates regarding this intriguing possibility.

BLACKPINK’s Rosé Finally Addresses Taylor Swift’s Listening Party

Since then, Rosé has been quiet about the incident. However, that changed when the idol’s fansite Récord had a unique opportunity to engage with the idol directly on the matter while accompanying her to the airport. During their walk to her gate, they engaged in a conversation with her, covering a range of topics, including her recent mosquito bite and the ongoing speculations about a potential collaboration with Taylor Swift.

“I think it was just a party that we had amongst ourselves. But the wrong news got out,” Rosé said.

It’s an interesting confirmation and we’re certainly happy to Rosé being able to attend the listening party. In the meantime, Taylor Swift is currently set to release ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ which was a re-recording of her 2014 album.  The album is set to contain five previously unreleased “From the Vault” tracks.