If you've ever wondered what would happen if B.o.B and Taylor Swift hung out together in Nashville and hired video director Jake Nava to film it, well, wonder no more.

The twosome are committing their song collaboration to celluloid in the just-released clip for the rapper's track "Both of Us," which features the country-pop superstar on the hook.

But if you thought the video would pay homage to the glittering honky-tonks of Nashville, think again. This video instead sheds light on the grittier sides of the country music capital, following the lyrics of the track, which center on adversity and strife. Bobby Ray and Taylor are rarely seen in the same shot, as southern Americana is the twosome's most prominent co-star.

The clip opens with B.o.B hanging out in his modest home, while Swift is chilling out in the most un-Taylor Swift spot in music video history, a pool hall. There are shots of tatted locals, cowboy-boot-wearing young women, shirtless youths playing in sprinklers, teens kissing, a mobile home, and a dog that leaves Taylor awestruck with his high-flying antics.

The video isn't glamorous, but it leaves viewers appreciating the little things in life. It's not about money, it's about understanding that sometimes a romp through a sprinkler or a good game of billiards is enough to take you away from the mundane moments of everyday life.

As the video closes out, viewers are left with a sort of fantasy, with B.o.B and Swift re-imagined as the everyman and everywoman living simple lives in rural Tennessee, much like the folks in the video.

It's like B.o.B says in the song: "Hey, but if it's all for one and one for all/ Then maybe one day we all could ball/ Do it one time for the underdogs/ From Bobby Ray to all of y'all." Swift shares in the sentiment when she answers on the chorus, "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."

The track is off B.o.B's album Strange Clouds. Swift and the MC shot the clip in Music City, USA in mid-June, weeks prior to the official release.