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Taylor Swift's Best Collaborations

From Haim to Bon Iver.

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When Taylor Swift joins forces with other musicians, she always produces something magical. On her upcoming tenth album, Midnights, Swift has teased several duets, including with fellow master songwriter Lana Del Rey. Read on for some of Swift’s most memorable collaborations:

Big Machine Records
“Thug Story” By Taylor Swift and T-Pain

The track may be forgotten for a reason, but we could never forget the lyrics, “I’m like eight foot four / Blonde hair to the floor / You shorties never thought I dreamed about rapping hardcore.”

“Two Is Better Than One” - Boys Like Girls (Feat. Taylor Swift)

This sweet acoustic duet from pop rock band Boys Like Girls came out after Swift dropped the 2009 Fearless single “Fifteen.”

Big Machine Records
“Everything Has Changed” By Taylor Swift (Feat. Ed Sheeran)

Swift and Sheeran have collaborated many times, but this breathy breakup track from Red is their most intimate song.

Big Machine Records
“The Last Time” By Taylor Swift (Feat. Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol)

Gary Lightbody and Swift joined forces to make the heartbreaking ballad “The Last Time.” And for that, we will be forever grateful.

Big Machine Records
“Bad Blood” By Taylor Swift (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)

Swift's Reputation era took us all by surprise, but no one could have expected the “Bad Blood” remix featuring Kendrick Lamar. As it turns out her voice pairs perfectly with the rapper’s.

“End Game” By Taylor Swift (Feat. Ed Sheeran and Future)

“End Game” features not one but two guest stars. Ed Sheeran and Future filled out the track with their own verses about having a “big reputation.”

“I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” By Taylor Swift (Feat. Zayn)

Zayn and Swift collaborated on “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” for the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack, and captured the sweeping highs and gutting lows of Ana and Christian Grey's messy romance.

Republic Records
“No Body No Crime” By Taylor Swift (Feat. HAIM)

This murder-mystery track in the vein of The Chicks’ “Goodbye Earl” features Swift's favorite girl-band, Haim.

Republic Records
“Exile” By Taylor Swift (Feat. Bon Iver)

Bon Iver and Swift made the perfect anthem for Sad Girl Fall when they recorded the devastating “Exile” off 2020’s Folklore.

“I Bet You Think About Me” (Feat. Chris Stapelton)

“I Bet You Think About Me” marked Swift’s 2021 return to country music, so it only made sense to bring Stapleton on board to craft the breakup ballad.

Republic Records
“Evermore” (Feat. Bon Iver)

Swift collaborated with Bon Iver again to create the title track of Evermore which is somehow even sadder than “Exile” (it helps that it’s written from Emily Dickinson’s point-of-view.)

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