Ariana Grande showed why she’s a “Dangerous Woman,” and now she’s looking for love on “Let Me Love You,” a collaboration with Lil Wayne off her upcoming album. The seductive song finds a single Ari ready for a new relationship. While she flirts with her potential lover, Weezy delivers a knockout verse.
“Ariana, my lil mama / Goodbye to the good girl / My ex trippin’, it’s no Biggie / I Tupac shook-her,” raps the Hot Boy, before using Ariana’s last name as a sexual innuendo. “She grindin’ on this Grande, ooh lord.”
In an interview with KIIS FM, Ariana called Weezy’s bars “one of my favorite verses of his ever,” adding, “It feels like old school Lil Wayne.”
Due May 20, Dangerous Woman also features collaborations with Nicki Minaj, Future, and Macy Gray.
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