In the ad, the pop singer gets on a treadmill and starts to play the turned-up banger from What a Time to Be Alive. But after getting into Drizzy’s first verse, Swift gets carried away. She falls flat on her face, and suddenly viewers can understand why the ad is titled “Taylor vs. Treadmill.”
But her epic fail doesn’t stop her from finishing up the verse, and according to Swift, this is “based on true events.”
The Apple ad comes as a surprise since Swift has had a rough history with the tech company. Last year, when the company launched Apple Music, Swift penned a letter to criticize the company for not paying its artists during a customer’s free trial period. But when Apple finally changed its policy, Swift placed her album 1989 on the platform.
This is not the first time that T-Swizzle showed her love for the genre. Back in August,she brought Fetty Wap onstage to perform “Trap Queen.” The 26-year-old even sang along with him. She’s also known for rhyming Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle” in her car — and enlisted him for a verse on her track, “Bad Blood.”
Catch Taylor Swift rap in the video above.
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) April 1, 2016