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Watch Taylor Swift Rap Drake & Future's 'Jumpman,' Then Fall Off Treadmill in Apple Music Ad

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Taylor Swift raps to Drake & Future's "Jumpman" on a treadmill in a 2016 Apple Music ad.

Taylor Swift shows off more of her self-deprecating side in a new series of ads for Apple Music. 

The singer who famously criticized the streaming service ahead of its launch in June 2015 -- and persuaded the company to change its policy of not paying royalties during an initial three-month free trial -- now stars in four 30-second commercials for Apple Music. 

The first ad dropped Friday (April 1) morning and features Swift expertly rapping along to Drake and Future's "Jumpman" while running on a treadmill... then hilariously slipping off the roller. Watch it below. 

Another features The Darkness' "I Believe In A Thing Called Love." Each commercial plugs Apple Music's three-month trial with the tagline "All the music you want."

June 30 marks the one-year anniversary of Apple Music's launch. 

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