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Video Premiere: B.o.B's 'Both of Us' Ft. Taylor Swift

June 27, 2012 (6:56 am) GMT
The 'Nothin' on You' hitmaker and the 'Ours' songstress are mostly featured separately in the music video for the third single off his album 'Strange Clouds'.

After sharing behind-the-scene look at the filming of "Both of Us" clip, has finally debuted the music video in full. The rapper and his collaborator share smiles in several scenes that feature them together, but they are mostly seen being apart throughout the video.

While the "Play the Guitar" rhymer is roaming the streets and spitting his lines, the country music beauty is playing with a dog in a field of flowers. Their scenes are mixed with footage of lovers, little boys and other people enjoying some casual moments.

The music video was filmed in several locations in Nashville under the direction of Jake Nava, who aimed to make it different than other music videos. "It brings out the most enchanting side of Taylor Swift," North Carolina-born B.o.B gushed when the "Fearless" songstress filmed her solo scene in the farm.

"Both of Us" is the third single lifted off B.o.B's second studio album "Strange Clouds". On how the duet project came about, he recently shared that Swift "came to Atlanta and she hit up Grand Hustle. I wasn't there. Tip was there, and I eventually linked with her in Dallas, and the rest is history."

B.o.B's "Both of Us" Music Video Feat. Taylor Swift

Behind the scenes of "Both of Us" music video:


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