Ariana Grande might be the President that the U.S needed as she returns with new single “Positions.”
Just in time for the upcoming U.S national elections, Grammy Award winner
released her latest track from her sixth studio album as she stars in a Dave Meyers-directed music video as the President.
Donning a slick black dress and towering heels, with her hair in an updo, the 27-year-old hitmaker was seen singing documents and holding a press conference with her assistants in the Oval Office.
In the latter part of the video, the “God Is a Woman” songstress was seen walking her dogs outside the White House’s snow-filled grounds.
Four hours after its premiere, the video reached more than four million views and counting.
Moreover, Ari also shared her latest project over her Instagram, saying, “positions out now directed by @davemeyers.”
Ariana Grande receives massive love amid the release of “Positions”
Fellow music artist and former Disney star Miley Cyrus took to the comment section to express her excitement over her newest track.
“I’m obsessed,” she posted, while her half-brother and YouTube celebrity Frankie Grande wrote, “A MASTERPIECE! Women can truly do everything. I am so proud of you, my incredible, powerful, inspirational little sister.”
Meanwhile, Scooter Braun shared a screenshot of Ari’s song hitting the top spot alongside Canadian superstar Justine Beiber claiming the second rank.
“1 2 3 .. all in the family. @ArianaGrande @justinbieber @SB_Projects,” he tweeted.
Twitter, on the other hand, nearly exploded as fans went wild after the multi-award winning singer dropped her song “Positions.”
“I believe in Ariana grande supremacy,” a fan posted.
Furthermore, an individual also commended Myers for creating yet another powerful music video of Ari.
“Can we all appreciate Dave Meyers and Ariana Grande for serving us two of the most empowering MVs of all Sparkles?”
Earlier this year, the pint-size singer teased her fans with a 45-second clip of her song, which fans speculate as her track “Nasty.”
“I miss making things, can’t wait to get back to work but for now, let’s stay inside pls,” she tweeted.
In addition, she also gave a jaw-dropping performance of “7 rings” and “Thank U, Next” in the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, where she was also nominated for five major awards, including album and record of the year.
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