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Taylor Swift has collaborated with Zayn Malik on the song “I Don't Want To Live Forever." Pictured: Singer Taylor Swift attends the 64th Annual BMI Pop Awards held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on May 10, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Mark Davis

Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik’s highly anticipated collaboration for the “Fifty Shades Darker” soundtrack, “I Don’t Want To Live Forever,” is finally here!

Marking the two singers’ first collaboration, the music video for Swift and Malik’s sultry “I Don’t Want To Live Forever” dropped on Friday, Jan. 27. The sexy video was released via Swift’s Vevo channel and has already raked in half a million views as of writing.

In the music video for “I Don’t Want To Live Forever,” both Swift and Malik rock all-black outfits as they sing about their yearning for their lovers. The “Bad Blood” songstress sported dark red lips and a lace low-cut top, while her duet partner oozed casual sexuality in his dark tailored suit. They play the roles of celebrities at a “Fifty Shades”-style party, but they appear to be too focused on their heartbreak to have a good time with the crowd of masked attendees. The music video was reportedly directed by Grant Singer and filmed at the historic St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London, Entertainment Tonight reported.

Earlier this week, Swift gave fans a short teaser of her “Fifty Shades Darker” track with Malik when she teased a snippet of “I Don’t Want To Live Forever” on her Instagram account on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

Malik, who is dating one of Swift’s closest friends Gigi Hadid, previously opened up about his collaboration with the singer when he stopped for a chat on “The Elvis Duran and The Morning Show .” “We were kind of in separate places when I mentioned the idea to her,” he confessed. “I spoke to her on the phone and she heard the song because (producer) Jack [Antonoff] had played it to her. So she really liked it and she went in the studio the next day.”

The “Pillow Talk” hitmaker added that working with Swift wasn’t awkward at all because the singer was pretty chill. “The interesting thing was she’s actually friends with Gi, so she already reached out because Jack had just played her the song anyway, just because we’d done it together and she really liked it…so I asked if she wanted to be on it and she was cool with it,” he explained.

In addition to Swift and Malik, other singers who will contribute to the “Fifty Shades Darker” soundtrack include Nick Jonas, Sia, Kygo, Tove Lo, John Legend, Halsey, The-Dream, Corinne Bailey Rae and Nicki Minaj.

“Fifty Shades Darker,” the highly anticipated sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey,” is set to hit theaters on Feb. 10.