Taylor Swift shakes it off — with Apple Music.
Swift, 26, starred in an ad for Apple Music called Taylor vs. Treadmill. And she loses.
But really, does Swift ever lose?
The megastar manages to look perfect, even while face-planting on the treadmill.
And this proves she does not hold a grudge. Neither does Apple Music.
Taylor Swift gets into the groove of Drake and Future’s “Jumpman.”
Maybe she’s bringing back T-Swizzle, her rap name. Wearing a gray and black crop workout top and leggings, blond bob perfect, Taylor climbs on the treadmill.
“Man, I hate cardio,” she says in a voiceover.
She swipes through her phone and settles on #gymflow.
Swift picks Drake and Future’s “Jumpman.”
She gets into it, rapping along, pumping her arms, increasing her speed.
All’s swell until — splat! She wipes out.
The fun ad shows all is well between the pop superstar and the digital music giant.
TAYLOR SWIFT BEATS APPLE — BUT ARTISTS ARE STILL VICTIMS OF THE CURRENT STREAMING MODEL
Taylor Swift stars in an ad campaign for Apple Music, after the star’s public spat with the computer giant over artist royalties.
In January 2015, Swift took on Apple Music. She wrote a letter, shared on Tumblr, where she explained that the streaming service was offering a free trial but was not paying writers, producers or artists for their work.
“I find it to be shocking, disappointing, and completely unlike this historically progressive and generous company.
“These are not the complaints of a spoiled, petulant child,” she continued. “These are the echoed sentiments of every artist, writer and producer in my social circles who are afraid to speak up publicly because we admire and respect Apple so much. We simply do not respect this particular call.”
The power of Swift?
Hours after her letter went live, Apple Music agreed to pay writers, producers and artists their royalties during the trial period.
Given the power of Swift, wiping out on treadmills could be trending by the weekend.