Future has been a busy man this year, having released two solo albums (Future & Hendrxx) as well as a collaboration with Young Thug called Super Slimey. Not to mention the countless features he's been coming through on, including recent drops with Jadakiss and Fabolous, Tory Lanez, Chris Brown, WizKid, Lil Durk, and more. Like he said on Future cut, "Future high demand, Future high demand." And now, he can add another collaborator to his already extensive list - perhaps the unlikeliest one thus far. As of today, it has been revealed that Future will appearing on Taylor Swift's new album, Reputation, which drops on November 10th. 

The song also features Ed Sheeran, who has previously dabbled in some hip-hop vibes. The singer has previously performed with Lil Uzi Vert at the VMAs, and he once covered Tory Lanez' song "Say It," which you can check out below. Still, it's certainly an interesting collaboration, and "End Game" promises to be one of the album's standout cuts. Despite the fact that Taylor Swift is hardly "hip-hop," her latest project feels at least somewhat adjacent to the genre; after all, the narrative surrounding the album has been intimately linked to Taylor's beef with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, with many feeling like the pop star has been firing off subs willy-nilly. 

Honestly, it's hard to imagine what this song might sound like, but it's hard to be mad at Future getting that bag. Plus, having a massive number of pop fans introduced to the glory that is Future is far from a bad thing. That track will be dropping on Friday, and you can check out the full tracklist to Taylor Swift's Reputation below. Remember, Future isn't the first emcee to link up with Ms. Swift. Kendrick Lamar previously collaborated with her on the remix to "Bad Blood."