Taylor’s ‘False God’ gets a cover by Ryan Hurd!
The country singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd posted his version of Taylor Swift latest song “False God” on Tuesday. He had done this when he was on his Platonic Tour.
The 33 yr old singer tweeted saying: “Thank you @taylorswift13 for the song clinic. My favorite song off of Lover. We covered this live on Platonic, it felt like a deep dive into someone else’s poetry.”
Taylor responded back within a blink stating that: “Love this so much” with a praying hands emoji.
It’s not the first time that Hurd is doing a cover on Swift’s song as he had done other sings like “Dress” at his concert last year. Further, it is heard that Taylor Swift has been a fangirl of Ryan and his spouse Maren Morris.
Love this so much 🙏
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) April 14, 2020
As the years went by she has been part of Ryan’s song “Love in a Bar” and Morris “Sugar” in public playlists. Besides she had welcomed Morris at her 2018 show to singer popular song “The Middle”
Prior to becoming a singer, Ryan began his career as a songwriter in Nashville making tracks for Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, and Dierks Bentley.