Lizzo released a remix of her song "Good as Hell" with Ariana Grande!
On October 25, the singer unveiled a new version of her chart-topping track, which was originally released as a single on her 2016 EP, Coconut Oil. On it, the "Thank U, Next" gives the empowered anthem a brand new verse.
"He better know my worth/ There's so much that I deserve/ But I ain't worried now, I'ma let my hair down/ He been trying it but not today," Grande sings.
Lizzo first announced the remix via Instagram Live on Thursday (October 24) after she teased fans about who was joining her on the remix. âIâll give you a hint,â she said, holding a Starbucks coffee cup. âIf you can guess the size of this drink, youâll know what Iâm talking about. Starbucks can yâall give me a coin for this.
âListen to Lizzo and Ariana Grande's "Good as Hell" remix, below
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Ariana Grande asked Kylie Jenner if she could sample her "Rise and Shine" lullaby in a song.
To give you a recap, a clip of the Kylie Cosmetics mogul singing "rise and shine" to her daughter Stormi Webster during a recent office tour YouTube video went viral this week. The clip quickly inspired multiple memes across social media, including remixes, covers and even alarm clock sounds.
This prompted Grande to record her own version of the moment, so on Wednesday night (October 16), shortly after a Sweetener show at London's O2 Arena, the pop star posted an Instagram Story of herself singing Jenner's instantly iconic verse.
"@kyliejenner can I sample," she wrote.
It didn't take long for Jenner to respond and give Grande permission to sample the line. However, she does have one very fair condition. “Yes, yes you can @arianagrande. As long as I’m in [the] music video,” Jenner wrote as she reposted Grande’s cover.
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Ariana Grande has teamed up with an up-and-coming duo titled 'Social House', also Ari's Sweetener Tour opened, for their collaborative "Boyfriend" music video.
The video begins with Social House (Michael Foster and Charles Anderson) arguing in a room with Grande in front of them. The video then focuses around Grande's jealousy of her two ex's flirting with other women at a party.
To get back, Grande then apparently tackles one of the women while pulling her hair and then shoots a bow and arrow through the other woman's hand. Woah!
Viewers soon realise that Grande is just dreaming of the violent acts. She then tries to make her ex-boyfriend jealous by flirting with another man in front of him at the same party. Her plan works, with her ex grabbing the flirt's heart right out of his chest.
Grande is also seen shooting hearts out of her chest after he holds the bloody heart in his hand. The exes then get back together in the bathroom of the party, while completely destroying the room. The video ends with Grande's ex-boyfriend walking in on her and her other ex's on the bathroom floor.
Watch the music video for "Boyfriend," below!