The Joseph Khan-directed music video finds the songstress traveling between Miami, London and Tokyo, partying on a yacht and dancing around on a double-decker bus.
After teasing the music video on her app The Swift Life and on “Good Morning America”, Taylor Swift has finally unveiled the music video for “End Game” featuring Ed Sheeran and Future. The visuals features Taylor and her collaborators traveling between Miami, London and Tokyo.
The Joseph Khan-directed music video begins with Taylor starting her night out in Miami. She is seen dancing and partying on a yacht. Future makes an appearance in this scene, driving the songstress around the city while spitting his bars. “You so dope, don’t overdose/ I’m so stoked, I need a toast,” he raps. “I got a reputation, girl, that don’t precede me.”
Taylor then flies to Tokyo, where she is seen partying in a nightclub with pal Ed. It appears that the twosome is having so much fun together, with Taylor stealing Ed’s glasses and making fun of him. There’s also a scene where Taylor rests her head on the British singer’s shoulder. “Now well, when I was young, we connected/ When we were little bit older, both sprung,” Ed sings. “I got issues and chips on both my shoulders.”
The former country singer ends her night in London, dancing around on a double-decker bus. She then holds a party at her house, inviting both Future and Ed. The end of the clip sees the “Look What You Made Me Do” songstress teaming her printed black shirt with a checkered coat and sneaker wedges as she strikes a pose in the middle of a London bridge.
Fans of Taylor, obviously, immediately gush over the clip in the comment section of the video. “The chill video of this era. The best video. Taylor slaying. The song is my fav now,” a fan writes. Another comments, “Best music video from Reputation so far!! a few flashes of a more ‘Red’ style Taylor mixed with Reputation Taylor, I can totally love with that!”
“End Game” is one of the tracks off “Reputation”, which was released on November 10. The album has been dubbed the bestselling album of 2017.