Ariana Grande achieved extra within the final 12 months than most individuals do in a lifetime. The ponytailed pop princess topped each the Billboard 200 and Sizzling 100 twice and embarked upon a massively profitable tour. And she or he reveals no indicators of slowing down. Right now (August 2), the 10-time 2019 VMAs nominee joins one other New Music Friday lineup. This time round, she reunites with Social Home on “Boyfriend.” A bouncy and infinitely relatable ode to trendy romance, it may simply be simply as large as earlier collabs “thank u, subsequent” and “7 rings.”
On the monitor, Ari, Mikey Foster and Charles Scootie Anderson cop to conflicting emotions a couple of informal relationship. Mainly, they need to keep away from labels. Nevertheless, in addition they want their associate’s undivided consideration. “I’m a mom fucking prepare wreck. I don’t need to be an excessive amount of, however I don’t need to miss your contact. And also you don’t appear to offer a fuck,” the diva admits on the opening traces. Anybody who says they can not relate is mendacity. She lays all of it out on the insanely catchy refrain. “You ain’t my boyfriend, and I ain’t your girlfriend. However you don’t need me to the touch no one else. Child, we ain’t gotta inform no one.”
The lovelorn trio paired the monitor with a suitably dramatic video. Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, it sees the Ari and Mikey doing no matter it takes to make the opposite jealous at a celebration. After riling one another up, there’s a while for revenge earlier than an epic make-up. The hitmaker opened up about what impressed the track in a tweet. “Nicely, i really feel like this track captures a typical theme within the lives of so many individuals i do know,” she defined. “Individuals need to really feel love however don’t need to outline their relationship & have hassle totally committing or trusting or permitting themselves to completely love somebody. even tho they need to.”
They do a unbelievable job bringing the theme to life. And I wouldn’t be stunned to see this turn out to be a really large hit. Will or not it’s the track to finish Lil Nas X’s reign on the Sizzling 100? Test it out beneath and tell us what you suppose.
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