Looks like this December is full of surprises. Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik, the two massive forces in the music industry have collaborated for the soundtrack of “Fifty Shades Darker“. The song is titled “I don’t wanna live forever”. There’s no doubt that you are going to listen to this song bumping everywhere for the next few months.

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Taylor surprised her fans last Thursday night by dropping the cover of the “sultry track” on Instagram with a simple caption: “Z | T | 50” followed by a 30 seconds snippet of the movie “Fifty Shades Darker” which will be releasing on February 10, 2017.



26-year-old has not released any song after the huge success of 1989 which was dropped in October 2014. Though she showed up her writing skills on the track “This is what I came for” by Calvin Harris (Taylor’s Ex-Beau) and “Better Man” by “Big Town”.

Zayn, who is a former member of One Direction, liked the post and also posted a photo with Taylor captioning: #idontwannaliveforever. Zayn is currently dating Taylor’s close friend Gigi Hadid. The Recent song of Zayn was released in March titled “Mind of Mine”.


The pop song is pretty damn catchy with a melodic hook. Zayn starts a song with a first verse and Taylor continues with second talking about losing a potential lover. It is well produced and sleek song by “Jack Antonoff” which has a lot of flairs and is definitely going to attract many fans. You can check out the full track on iTunes!

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Fifty Shades Darker is the sequel of a movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” which was released in February 2015. “Love Me Like You Do” was the official theme song of the last movie and also featured many great artists like Weeknd’s “Earned It” which was nominated for Grammy, Beyonce’s “Crazy In Love”, Jessi Ware, Sia, The Rolling Stones and much more. Let’s see how many accolades they both receive for this track!

A new trailer has been released and the movie is scheduled to be released on February 10, 2017.