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Ariana Grande Shows Off Her Killer Vocals in "Adore"—Listen to the Cashmere Cat Song Here!


Get ready to have another Ariana Grande hit on your mind all day!
The 21-year-old's second album, My Everything, was full of music production from Norwegian producer Cashmere Cat, who even nabbed a "featured" credit on "Be My Baby," and now the singer has returned the favor.
Cashmere Cat just released a new single titled "Adore," which features Ariana, but don't let that little F-word fool ya. The entire song is Grande and her hypnotizing voice serenading the listener over the Norwegian producer's ecclectic beat.
It's really one great electro and R&B pairing that you never saw coming.

As for whether or not she's singing about Big Sean (oh, c'mon, we all know you're thinking it)—we're gonna go with a "probably."
The lyrics go a little something like this: "Boy so what's been on your mind?/ For me it's just you all the time/ We don't need to go nowhere tonight/ It's you and I, we'll be alright/ 'Cause here we get to take our time/ You, you're finer than some wine/ We don't need to go nowhere tonight/ It's you and I, we'll be alright..."
Cashmere Cat has also worked with Kanye WestTy Dolla $ign, Charli XCX and Tinashe.
Listen to the track above and let us know what you think in the comments below!

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