New MV: Ariana Grande & Lil Wayne Cozy Up In “Let Me Love You”

wayne-ariana-let-meWith just two days until the release of Ariana Grande’s third albums release, Ariana Grande comes crashing in with the visuals to Dangerous Woman cut “Let Me Love You” featuring Lil Wayne. “Let Me Love You” is a smooth, Weeknd-esq Mr Franks and Tommy Brown production where Ari finds herself crooning for some loving after a break-up. “I just broke up with my ex, now I’m out here single/But I ain’t even trippin’, I’m not jealous, lay back and I know they will be coming from the right and the left, left, left,” she croons. The track features a verse from Lil Wayne who comforts the young lover. “I say, “Girl, you need a hot boy” / She say, “you need to stop f*ckin’ with them thots, boy” I say you need a real nigga she said yes Lord and what you need your ex for? I’m triple X, Lord,” he spits. The sensual visual finds the diva seductively singing into the camera before Weezy joins her for the grande finale.

“Let Me Love You” showcases the new direction that Ariana Grande finds herself going in with her forthcoming album. Dangerous Woman includes more collaborations with Nicki Minaj, Future and Macy Gray! “I really feel like a huge step forward and I’m really proud of it. My heart is bursting! It’s definitely pop still, but I’m happy that it’s definitely showing more of a soulful side than the previous album,” she explained in a recent interview. Dangerous Woman is due for release May 20th. Take a trip on the wild side with Ariana Grande! Check out Ariana Grande and Lil Wayne in “Let Me Love You” at Apple Music.

Dangerous Woman Tracklisting
1. “Moonlight”
2. “Dangerous Woman”
3. “Be Alright”
4. “Into You”
5. “Side to Side” feat. Nicki Minaj
6. “Let Me Love You” feat. Lil Wayne
7. “Greedy”
8. “Leave Me Lonely” feat. Macy Gray
9. “Everyday” feat. Future
10. “Sometimes”
11. “I Don’t Care”
12. “Bad Decisions”
13. “Touch It”
14. “Knew Better / Forever Boy”
15. “Thinkin Bout You”

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