With Ariana Grande‘s Dangerous Woman LP landing in stores a week from today, the young pop star liberates one final song — “Everyday” featuring Future — before its release.
A blind man could see these two have a pretty natural chemistry, though I’ve been hard-pressed to find someone Grande doesn’t mesh well with. “Everyday” is like a more mature version of “The Way” with Mac Miller — which would make sense given Grande has now grown into her early 20s and may have a bit less innocence attached to her. Essentially, she and Futche say they’re going to go at each other every day, because one can’t get enough of the other’s love.
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