Taylor Swift is back with a new album, Reputation, and a new rap collaboration. With Future and Ed Sheeren as the lone guests on her new LP, T-Swizzle unleashes “End Game.”
Over rap-infused drums, Taylor sings about a romantic relationship that she doesn’t want to end. “I want to be your end game,” she sings. “I want to be your first string / I want to be your A-team / I want to be your end game.”
An Auto-Tuned Pluto carries that theme through his verse. “I got a bad boy persona,” he sings. “That’s what they like / You love it, I love it too ’cause you’re my type / You hold me down and I protect you with my life.”
Finally, Sheeran flexes his rhyming skills. “I got issues and chips on both of my shoulders,” he rhymes. “Reputation precedes me, in rumors, I’m knee-deep / The truth is, it’s easier to ignore it, believe me.”
“End Game” is the latest hip-hop-infused collaboration for Swift, who also worked on B.o.B’s “Both of Us” and “Bad Blood (Remix)” with Kendrick Lamar.
This is not the first time Future and Taylor have been musically linked. Last year, she appeared in an Apple Music commercial, performing Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” single.
Reputation also includes Swift’s recently-released singles, “Look What You Made Me Do,” “…Ready for It?” and “Gorgeous.”
Listen to “End Game” below.