Watch Taylor Swift fall off a treadmill as she raps Drake lyrics

Singer slips off the treadmill after being distracted by music in new Apple Music advert

Taylor Swift has appeared in a new advert for Apple Music, which sees her rapping along to Drake and Future’s ‘Jumpman’ while running before falling and faceplanting the treadmill.

The advert for Apple’s music streaming services sees Swift engrossed with the music, ending with the slogan: “Distractingly good. All the music you want.” Watch the advert below.

Last year, Swift called out Apple Music over the royalties they pay artists before reconciling with the company and sharing her ‘1989’ album via the streaming service. She also exclusively released her ‘1989 World Tour Live’ film via the platform.

Apple Music launched in June 2015 and recently surpassed 11 million subscribers. The streaming service simultaneously launched in over 100 countries in June, and while Spotify remains the clear market leaders in terms of subscribers, the service has made rapid inroads in signing up paid listeners.

Meanwhile, Kanye West has gone back on his word and released his ‘The Life Of Pablo’ album on streaming services including Apple Music, having originally streamed it exclusively via Tidal.

Def Jam confirmed that “a newly updated, remixed and remastered version” of the entire album will be released on all major streaming services by midnight tonight (April 1) with Spotify and Apple Music being the first to feature the album.

The album will continue to be edited and amended with Def Jam adding that updating the songs will be a “continuous process,” and that “in the months to come, Kanye will release new updates, new versions and new iterations of the album.”