Taylor Swift has dropped her sixth-studio album, reputation, with the 15-track collection featuring only two special guests.
As previously announced, for the lone collaborative song, the pop singer chose to work with the likes of Ed Sheeran and Future, with all three lending their talents on the same track, "End Game."
The song, which was produced by Max Martin and Shellback, definitely falls in line with Swift's brand of making pop bangers, with the song marking her first collaboration with Future and her second with Sheeran.
"You so dope, don't overdose, I'm so stoked, I need a toast," Future raps on the track, prior to joining Swift on the chorus. "We do the most, I'm in the Ghost like I'm whippin' a boat / I got a reputation, girl, that don't precede me (yah) / I'm a call away whenever you need me (yeah) / I'm in a G5 (yah), come to the A-Side (yah) / I got a bad boy persona, that's what they like (what they like) / You love it, I love it too, 'cause you my type (you my type) / You hold me down and I protect you with my life."
Hendrix is no stranger to exploring the pop genre, previously collaborating with Ariana Grande, Maroon 5 and even Swift's ex, Calvin Harris, with this latest foray essentially destined to top the charts.
Take a listen to the star-studded "End Game" below.