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KELSEA BALLERINI DRONE DELIVERS A SURPRISE
3/23/20

Black RiversKelsea Ballerini literally dropped her album in the hands of some of her biggest fans. With the prevalence of social distancing, Ballerini notes that they’re “getting a little creative with this album drop.” Just a few days after the release of her third studio album Kelsea, the country star used drones to deliver a few lucky fans her album.

In the 76-second clip below, Ballerini messages fans and let’s them know they “should be receieving a delicious delivery” before delivering the 13-track album, which features Kenny Chesney, Halsey and co-write from Ed Sheeran, and even a pizza for one lucky fan. Now that's what we call a creative album drop.