May 26, 2024

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Taylor Swift Brings Back ‘Swag Surfin’ At The Eras Tour In Paris


Taylor Swift hit a popular dance move while performing during The Eras Tour in Paris on Thursday night. The pop star has returned to the stage after taking a two-month break from the concert.

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Swift Swag Surfs Onstage

Swift went viral on social media during the Paris show as she hit the ‘Swag Surf,’ while performing her new song, ‘So High School.’ The single appears on the award-winning singer’s latest album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology.’

In a video uploaded by Variety on TikTok, Swift appears onstage in a full white outfit. The global superstar sits onstage alongside her dancers in a puffy white sleeveless dress and ankle boots. Swift hits high notes and later shows off her version of the iconic ‘Swag Surfin’ dance.

Fast Life Yungstaz Allow Taylor Swift To Remix The ‘Swag Surfin’

This is not the first time Swift has shown off her ‘Swag Surfin’ skills. The musician was caught hitting the dance at an NFL game earlier this year. Fast Life Yungstaz (F.L.Y.) noticed Swift’s support and didn’t hesitate to give her the stamp of approval, per The Shade Room.

As The Shade Room previously reported, Mook Man of the Fast Life Yungstaz spoke to TMZ and was happy to see Swift acknowledging their song.

“My initial reaction to Taylor Swift swag surfing was I thought it was dope. I automatically knew it was going to be a good look just because of who she is, you know what I’m saying, what she got going on,” Mook Man said.

While speaking with TMZ, Mook also revealed that the group’s streaming numbers had risen to 700 percent since mid-January. ‘Swag Surfin’ has remained as one of the most popular dances in Black culture. You can almost guarantee that the song will be played at functions and events as its sure to get any crowd hype.

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