Taylor/B.o.B. Rap Video Hits the Air and the Web

“The video for ‘Both of Us’ is out!” Taylor tweets. “A lot of heart went into this one.”

Call it Taylor Swift's first-ever rap video—she and rapper B.o.B. released the video for his latest, "Both of Us," on Wednesday (June 27).

Taylor trades her sundresses and glamorous gowns for denim shorts, suspenders and a T-shirt as she and her co-star portray working-class people. The country star is pleased with the results.

"The video for 'Both of Us' is out!" Taylor tweeted. "A lot of heart went into this one. Great work, @bobatl."

Of course, that video shoot came at a cost—bug bites. Taylor and B.o.B. battled bugs and spiders while shooting the video earlier this month.

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