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Brandi Fowler
Jan 25, 2017 @ 7:30 pm

Pardon us while we take our fitness routines up a notch.

After giving us major fitspo in Kanye West's "Fade" video, Teyana Taylor is showing off her moves—and her enviable physique—again in a new campaign for Reebok.

The music artist shared a video from the campaign on Instagram Wednesday, which showed her rocking an orange and black striped onesie, neutral tights, slouched hot pink socks and red Freestyle Hi Reebok sneakers, commonly known as the 5411's.

"Reebok has always been a part of me," Teyana can be heard saying as she hits some exercise moves, including hip lifts. "The 5411s really opened the door to get more creative with women's sneakers. This is really like a dream come true." She went on to caption the clip, "#Shmood A proud moment. It's time to turn sh*t up! Teyana Taylor x @reebokclassics."

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The self-proclaimed sneakerhead is now Reebook's official brand ambassador, joining the likes of Future, Gigi Hadid, and Kendrick Lamar, who have also appeared in the brand's campaigns. West's protégé will spearhead the re-release of the Reebok Classic Freestyle Hi, the first fitness sneaker that was designed for women, according to a press release.

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"Teyana Taylor is the perfect collaborator to join the Reebok family," Todd Krinsky, Global Vice President of Reebok Classic and Entertainment, said in a statement. "She is a risk-taker who brings her own perspective to every project and she stands uniquely at the intersection of fashion, music and fitness, which are the core tenets of Reebok Classic. This partnership continues to solidify Reebok's commitment to women who express themselves through confidence in style."

Taylor also shared her excitement about the partnership, adding, "Reebok has always been a brand that's been very special to my heart ever since I was young. Freestyles were all I wanted to wear growing up so it feels like everything's come full circle with this partnership. The 5411's really opened the door for creativity in women's fashion, it gave permission for sneakers to be feminine. I'm honored to be the face of the Freestyle campaign for everything it stood for yesterday and what it still represents today."

This is just the latest time Taylor has collaborated with Reebok. She last worked with the brand in 2016 to release her own brazen red colorway of the Question Mid as part of the 20th Anniversary of the Allen Iverson sneaker, called the "Question Mid Teyana T."

The re-release fo the Freestyle Hi will include three colorways—the Triple Red, Triple White, and Triple Black—which are currently available at reebok.com and select retailers nationwide, with additional colorways set to arrive throughout 2017.

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