B.o.B's video for his hit single "Both of Us" -- featuring pop country crooner Taylor Swift -- dropped Wednesday, and it's a tribute to the hard-working everyperson. In fact, the video doesn't focus on the superstar duo for too long, as it cuts to scenes of every day people, from all walks of life, living their day-to-day lives.
The rapper and the pop star filmed the video in Nashville, where they reportedly had to battle pesky bugs and "giant" spiders on set. During one particular scene. Swift is walking through a field of flowers -- playing with one very "uncooperative" dog -- while singing the hook of the song, "I wish I was strong enough to lift not one but both of us / Someday I will be strong enough to lift not one but both of us."
In many ways the video, directed by Jake Nava, is simple. It's not flashy or overproduced like B.o.B and Swift's previous videos. To quote Jessie J's track, "Price Tag," of which B.o.B is featured on, "It's not about the money." Instead, B.o.B. and Tay Sway just want to make sure that this summer, you take the time to appreciate the little things in life, like running through sprinklers and playing a good game of pool -- or if you're feeling as adventurous as Swift, jumping into a pool.
Watch the video for "Both of Us" above.
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