WATCH: Drake lip-syncs Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' in new ad | Inquirer Entertainment

WATCH: Drake lip-syncs Taylor Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ in new ad

/ 12:57 PM November 21, 2016

Just after gossips of them meeting up for a song collaboration, Drake honored Taylor Swift by lip-syncing her 2014 hit “Bad Blood” in his newest endorsement.

In the terse commercial premiered in the 2016 American Music Awards, the “Hotline Bling” singer, 30, started pumping iron with his friend in a sweaty gym. He later paused in his routine, cued “Bad Blood” in his Apple Music app, and mimicked the first part of the song while lifting weights. Lost in the music, he falters from the bench press. Drake’s song “Sneakin’” with 21 Savage can be also heard in the commercial.


This is a sequel to Taylor Swift’s advertisement earlier this year, where she jammed with Drake and Future’s 2015 track “Jumpman” in her advertisement. Swift, 26, played Drake’s song while trodding on a treadmill before slumping flat on her face.


Both ads commenced with the “distracting” tagline “Distractingly good” and mentioned that there are 40 million songs available for streaming on the service.

Drake bagged his first victory at the American Music Awards on Monday for his 2016 album “Views,” which retained its golden spot at the Billboard 200 chart for 13 non-consecutive weeks, E! News reported.

Other celebrities such as DJ Khaled and James Corden to were tapped to promote the service.  Gianna Francesca Catolico


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