Heard Zyan Malik And Taylor Swift's Fifty Shades Darker Song Yet?


29 January, 2017

Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik's new track together, "I Don't Wanna Live Forever", was released several weeks ago.

Taylor Swift Goes Full "Fifty Shades Darker" in Teaser for Sexy New Video With Zayn Malik - Watch! E! reports that the video, by Grant Singer, was shot at London's historic St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel. She posted a picture in which she and Zayn are standing back to back in a blue shadowy background. He enters an elevator and meets Taylor and Both Zayn and Taylor being to smash everything in plain sight! She has an wonderful voice and she really kills it in "I Don't Wanna Live Forever", but she also has the sexual energy of a broken ceramic plate.

Zayn and Taylor unveiled their collaborative new song in December past year.

Zayn is the first to be seen, looking suave in a suit as he enters a hotel and escapes a paparazzi as he makes his way to his room. "The smoke alarms were turned off on the nearby floors so that the building didn't have to be evacuated". And now Zayn and Taylor are collaborators.

So, now that the clip is here, there's nothing more to do but wait for "50 Shades Darker" to see how Anastasia's love for Christian Grey will unfold.

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The soundtrack to the film will be released on February 10 and includes songs from Tove Lo, Halsey, Kygo, Nicki Minaj and Nick Jonas.

Whether or not you're a fan of the Fifty Shades of Grey series, the music video that accompanies the sequel, Fifty Shades Darker, may draw you in.

Taylor Swift has not released any new music since her number one album 1989.

PS: Zayn's beard could've been trimmed a little better.

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