Taylor Swift just released the official music video of her superstar collaboration with Ed Sheeran and Future, "End Game," and it's a visual masterpiece.
'End Game' Music Video
T-Swift dropped the highly anticipated music video of the third song from her chart-topping album Reputation at the stroke of midnight on Friday, Jan. 12.
Obviously, the music video includes appearances from "Shape of You" hitmaker and the hip-hop heavyweight. After all, they did help collaborate on the track and helped make it one of the biggest hits of Swift's album.
Sheeran and Future join in on the fun as Swift travels around the world hitting up cities such as Miami, London, and Tokyo among others. The video shows Swift and Future on a swanky yacht before they take a ride on the streets of Miami in a hot supercar, while Sheeran makes his appearance in a Tokyo karaoke bar with Swift.
The video also features shots of Swift knocking back shots, riding a motorcycle, and eating some tasty ramen as she bounces from one city to another. The music video has been directed by Swift's longtime collaborator Joseph Kahn, who also helmed two other songs from the Grammy-winner's album: "Look What You Made Me Do" and "...Ready For It?"
'End Game' Easter Eggs
The "End Game" music video also includes some really cool Easter eggs. Not only did we see a cat and the number 13, but Swift also plays a snake video game in the video.
Swift has been using the image of a snake to promote her recent music, most notably in "Look What You Made Me Do," where she used a CGI snake. The singer has also been selling snake-themed merchandise to promote Reputation.
Many believe the snake reference has something to do with Swift's feud with Kim Kardashian. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star banned followers from using the snake emoji on her Instagram shortly after the release of "Look What You Made Me Do."
No Sign Of Katy Perry
The "End Game" music video does not feature Katy Perry. For the last few weeks, there were rumors that Swift and Perry had buried the hatchet and ended their highly publicized feud. The reports claimed that the pair was starting fresh, and Perry would make an appearance in the "End Game" music video as a sign of their newfound friendship.
Fans further fueled speculation by claiming that they had spotted Perry on the set of the music video. However, it later turned out to be a backup dancer who sported the same haircut as the "Swish Swish" singer.
Check out the music video below: