Travis Kelce discloses his preferred Taylor Swift era

During his second annual Kelce Jam music festival, Travis Kelce, a professional football player, openly discussed his musical preferences regarding his girlfriend Taylor Swift’s career.

Although he expressed a strong affinity for Swift’s “1989” era, he admitted a slight bias towards her latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department.” This inclination is understandable, given the speculation among fans that Kelce may have inspired some tracks on the album.

When asked about including Swift’s songs in his festival lineup, which he organizes in Kansas City as a gesture of gratitude to the team’s supporters, Kelce deliberated on his choices.

Ultimately, he highlighted “So High School” as a potential crowd-pleaser, citing its relatable lyrics. This particular track from “The Tortured Poets Department” features lines such as “I feel so high school every time I look at you” and “You knew what you wanted and boy, you got her.” Given Kelce’s public connection with Swift and his playful attempts to woo her, it’s fitting that this song resonates with him.