It has recently been brought to light that Taylor Swift is the highest-earning woman in music. Actually, she's the highest paid musician, man or woman. In fact, she's the highest paid celebrity of any career path. So what does that all boil down to? That she can do whatever she wants. Apparently, what she wants to do is write an emotional sex jam with ZAYN called "I Don't Wanna Live Forever." Watch it above.

The song is written for the soundtrack to Fifty Shades Darker, the second part of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy. Technically, Taylor is the featured artist on ZAYN's track, but this is a true duet if we've ever seen one, much like the star-crossed BDSM lovers of the film for which the tune was made. And based on the clips seen in the music video, it looks like things are as steamy as ever for all parties involved.

Watch the trailer for Fifty Shade Darker:

In other music news, J. Cole has released his highly-anticipated new album 4 Your Eyez Only. Listen to it right here.

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