Ariana Grande debuts new song '7 Rings'

Sheila Mcguire
January 19, 2019

Ariana Grande released her new tune 7 Rings on Thursday night.

Princess Nokia posted a video of herself reacting to both tracks being played simultaneously, telling the camera, "Does that sound familiar to you?" 'Cause that sounds really familar to me.

Grande's song also samples the classic musical number "Favourite Things" from The Sound of Music. "Hmm ... sounds about white".

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She also explained that her mother Joan Grande and her Nonna Marjorie Grande also own rings, making the total nine - "but they got theirs after song was done", Grande said. New York-born rapper Princess Nokia has accused Grande of stealing the flow from her 2017 track "Mine".

Ariana Grande might need to call her label up and ask for help in the originality department in the near future.

Watch the full music video for "7 Rings" below-but beware, it might make you feel a little insecure about the status of your checking account.

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The R&B pop ballad - which featured the singer showing off her impressive range - touched upon her reflection of what-ifs and if-onlys in regards to her "failed yet important lovely relationships".

This leads into the chorus, where she basically states that anything she wants, she gets, while she's seen in the video dancing in the front yard of her pink house with her friends, along with other scenes inside the house where she's holding a glass with pink champagne. The "7 Rings" in the title refer to how Grande bought matching diamond rings for her and six of her best friends. "Gee thanks, I just bought it".

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