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Fans go wild over Drake's studio photo with Taylor Swift

Updated: Nov 05, 2016 13:16 IST

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 5 (ANI): Drake recently shared on social media a photo of him and Taylor Swift working together and fans of both the hit makers are freaking out alike.

The snap on 'One Dance' rapper's Instagram handle shows him and Swift standing with their backs to the camera inside what looks like a working studio.

Captioned, "Is that velvet?", the picture garnered several response and mixed reactions from users and fans.

"YAAASS!!!!!!" commented one fan.

"Love Taylor and love you. Waiting for your song," wrote another.

"Taylor Swift and Drake's music they're recording together is about to be lit af," a fan tweeted.

However, not everyone on the Internet was as excited. Many turned to the platform to react negatively towards the collaboration.

"Hell no I don't want a Drake and Taylor Swift collab," tweeted one user.

"lol wtf drake and Taylor swift making music together? About to all about their Ex's," another wrote.

"If there is actually a collab between Taylor Swift and Drake I will be the first to throw it in the trash. Or maybe second to Calvin Harris," another user tweeted.

E! Online earlier confirmed that the 'Hotline Bling' singer and the 26-year-old pop star are collaborating on music together.

An insider informed that the two were "having a great time in the studio" working on a "different" but "very catchy" music. (ANI)

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