Following the debut of his music video for Hotline Bling, Drake became the butt of jokes on social media thanks to his quirky dances moves. A year on and the rapper has not been deterred by hilarious memes and has kicked his two-step up a notch.

In the new ad for Apple Music the 30-year-old Canadian dances to Taylor's Bad Blood while pumping some iron in the gym. As he gets distracted with his impromptu sings along, he struggles to lift his weights and falls onto the floor. The advert ends with the tagline: "Distractingly good".

Back in April, fans were left in fits of laughter after Swift fell off a treadmill while working out to Drake's Jumpman track for her own Apple Music advert.

The "One Dance" rapper landed his own Apple Music spot and may have just topped Swift's infamous treadmill fall, which took place while she was listening to Drake & Future's "Jumpman." Not only do we get to see his own painful work-out fail, but Drake also treats us to some of his signature amazing dance moves while pumping iron to the 1989 singer's hit.

The advert, which aired for the first time at the 2016 American Music Awards, received the seal of approval from Swift who later shared it on her Instagram with the caption: "YES @champagnepapi ✨ #drakevsbenchpress."

Drake and Taylor Swift
Drake and Swift have reportedly been spending a lot of time together after igniting romance rumours Getty

The pair's apparent connection will do nothing to quash romance rumors that the Views rapper reignited in November after posting a snap of himself and the pop princess at his 30th birthday celebrations. They are both back on the dating scene following the collapse of their respective relationships.

Although it had been reported that they were getting close since his split from Rihanna, E! News reports that their relationship is strictly platonic and that they are they are making music. A source said: "The music they have been working on is different," and adds that their work is "very catchy".

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