Taylor Swift famously sang along to Drake and Future’s “Jumpman” during her 2016 commercial for Apple Music. The success of the promo, which ended with her eating it on a treadmill, now has a sequel of sorts.

On Sunday night, during ABC’s American Music Awards, Apple Music debuted a new commercial featuring the “Views” rapper. In it, Drake can be seen amping himself up for a workout while dancing and singing alongside to Swift’s “Bad Blood.” The ad ends with Drake, who was present for the 2016 ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, struggling to lift a barbell and falling off a bench press.

Watch the commercial below:

Taylor’s first Apple commercial debuted in April and according to the singer, was based on true events. The viral ad was followed by two more commercials, one featuring Jimmy Eat World’s “The Middle” and The Darkness’ “I Believe In a Thing Called Love.” The ads helped boost domestic sales for the artists, reports Billboard.

Drake followed up the commercial’s debut by winning Favorite Artist in the Rap/Hip-Hop category Sunday. During his speech, he announced his “More Life” album is coming soon.  Drake Drake debuted his Apple Music commercial at the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night. Photo: Getty Images