Ariana Grande has already shared a collaboration with Lil Wayne, and now she’s premiered a flirtatious new track with Future called “Everyday” on Beats 1. It comes in advance of her third album, Dangerous Woman.
The 22-year-old former Nickelodeon star sings about a man who “gives her the good sh*t” over a dirty synth beat. In a ride or die verse, Future says he’ll do it “everyday when the night fall to the sun come,” adding she’s fallen in love with “a bad guy” but he’s willing to change.
“I don’t be tripping or making mistakes
I made too many in my past (that’s right)
I fight for the things you believe in
I got your body and put it on drive and
I got the keys and
We about to take us a vacation
I’m about to put all this vintage loving on you”
Dangerous Woman drops May 20 on Republic Records. Besides Lil Wayne and Future, it also features collaborations with Nicki Minaj and Macy Gray. Judging by the tracks Grande has released so far — including the singles “Dangerous Woman” and “Into You” — the 15-song album’s shaping up quite nicely in the wake of her sophomore release, 2014’s My Everything.