Rapper B.o.B. Shoots Video With Taylor in Her Town

Director is the same guy who made the “Single Ladies” video for Beyoncé—and a controversial one for Kanye.

courtesy B.o.B. Twitter

Taylor Swift continues to collaborate with the biggest names in rock, pop and rap.

Rapper B.o.B. came to Nashville Thursday (June 14) to shoot scenes with Tay Tay, and MTV got several pictures from the set.

And B.o.B. put up his own picture in a tweet announcing the shoot to his fans:

"On the set of the ‪#BothOfUs music video in Nashville with @taylorswift13. Video premieres end of June!"

The song "Both of Us" is the latest single from B.o.B's second album, and Taylor's all over it.

The two shot at least one scene together, and then they did shots by themselves, with one putting Taylor in a field of flowers, MTV reports.

The video director, Jake Nava, also made videos for Beyoncé's “Single Ladies” and Kanye West’s “Monster.” The Kanye video was banned from MTV after a controversy erupted over images of dead women hanging by chains from the ceiling and of Kanye holding a dead woman’s severed head.

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