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Taylor Swift Teams Up With BFF Ed Sheeran And Future For Jetsetting 'End Game' Music Video

From Miami to Tokyo to London.

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At just 28 years old, Taylor Swift has already explored the world with numerous globe-trotting tours, but, with the "End Game" music video, she is putting a few more stamps in her passport. Also featuring Ed Sheeran and Future, Swift gets her travel on and parties with them in Miami, Tokyo, and London.


In the Joseph Kahn-directed music video, we see Swift take various forms of transportation — from a yacht and sports car in Miami, motorcycles in Tokyo, and the iconic red double-decker bus in London. In addition to how she gets around, we also see moments of her enjoying some karaoke, food, shots, and fireworks. Seriously, it looks like a grand ol' time.

This is Swift's first time working with Future, but just one of the many times we have seen how deep her friendship with Sheeran goes. She and the "Shape of You" singer, who is a longtime pal, even performed "End Game" in a gorgeous live duet at the tail end of 2017. Sheeran also appeared on Swift's song "Everything Has Changed" from the Red album.

The "End Game" clip — with its super-chill music video, filled with friends, parties, and even some choreography — is the third music video from Swift's reputation album. First, there was the "Look What You Made Me Do" music video, which declared that the old Taylor was dead and featured personas from previous clips. Then there was the futuristic and anime-themed "...Ready For It" music video, which was all kinds of awesome. Additionally, we've already heard Swift sing "Call It What You Want" on Saturday Night Live and "New Year's Day" on The Tonight Show, as well as in an intimate performance for fans. And we've also heard other covers of songs such as "Gorgeous" and "I Did Something Bad," so we'd say the reputation era is off to a great start.

Check out Taylor Swift's "End Game" music video featuring Ed Sheeran and Future here:


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