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Lil Wayne & Ariana Grande Collaboration Confirmed Before New 'Dangerous Woman' Album Release



Ariana Grande finally premiered the lead single from her highly-anticipated third studio album, Dangerous Woman. But fans will still have to wait for Grande's epic new collaboration with YMCMB rapper, Lil Wayne!

Thursday evening (March 10), the pre-order for Grande's upcoming record went live on iTunes. The actual track "Dangerous Woman" was also made available to individual purchase and download.

So, what do Music Times readers think of the soulful and catchy tune?

Four other songs have since been confirmed, including "Moonlight," "Be Alright," "Into You," and finally "Let Me Love You" (featuring Weezy). The full debut will take place on May 20 (2016).

The former Nickelodeon sweetheart will now perform on the next episode of "Saturday Night Live." Meanwhile, Wayne has yet to tease anything about their duet on Twitter. But several Twitter fans are definitely intrigued:

@6GODYAMMOUNI: "ariana grande ft lil wayne... wait what."

@sunsetskelly: "I can't believe Ariana collated with Lil Wayne I'm blowing my horn!"

@possiblydianna: "Ariana ft Lil Wayne is gonna be fire."

@etnaD_olegnaD: "OMFG Ariana has a song with Lil Wayne called 'Let Me Love You.' I'M SCREAMING!!!!!!"

@IAmKennyBrown: "Lil Wayne on an Ariana Grande track. Okay [applaud]. Ish better be good haha."

@syntheticari: "How did Ariana get a Lil Wayne collab."

Tunechi continues working with and inspiring other artists - including ColleGrove emcee, 2 Chainz:

"That blessing which came from God, but came through Lil Wayne - it changed my life because it gave me a taste of shows, the life, something that I wanted to be a part of. When I went on tour with him and was able to see his work ethic and see what it took to get to this level, which I acknowledge every chance that I get - it changed the way I looked at music," Chainz said in a recent interview with The Breakfast Club. "I was playing with it at first - you can't play with this music. I owned a studio and wasn't using it every day. That changed after '08. Ever since '08 I've been doing music every single day of my life - whether its recording something musically every day of my life, and I've enjoyed the fruits of my labor from it." 

Will Grande's collaboration with the "Lollipop" superstar be this summer's next hottest hit? Check out our review of "Dangerous Woman" here.

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