Taylor Swift’s new album Reputation drops Friday, but there’s one unexpected collaboration that will have everyone talking.
The pop superstar has enlisted Future and Ed Sheeran—the album’s lone guests—for “End Game.” This marks Swift’s first collaboration with Future and her second with Sheeran. The longtime friends previously worked together on 2012’s “Everything Has Changed.”
This is not Swift’s first time teaming up with a rapper. In 2012, she collaborated with B.o.B on “Both of Us” and in 2015, she linked up with Kendrick Lamar on their chart-topping hit “Bad Blood.” That same year, she shared the stage with Nicki Minaj at the MTV Video Music Awards after feuding with the rapper on Twitter.
Swift’s love of rap has also been well documented. She brought out several rappers during her “1989 World Tour,” including Wiz Khalifa, Fetty Wap, and Nelly. Last year, she also performed Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” in an Apple Music commercial.
Reputation is due Nov. 10 featuring the previously-released singles “Look What You Made Me Do,” “…Ready for It?” and “Gorgeous.” See the tracklisting below.