Ariana Grande has shared her new music video for 34+35, in which she plays both scientist and cyborg.
The singer, 27, finally dropped the video for the steamiest track on her new album Positions, which sees her hard at work in a laboratory before her creation – in the likeness of herself – comes to life.
Ari’s latest album, which was released on October 30, has already proved to be a huge success, going straight to the number one spot in the UK.
Positions became her fourth number one album, with the single of the same name also remaining at number one for three weeks and counting.
The video, which was shot by Director X, also sees Ariana and a team of dancers roll arounf the stage in nude bodysuits, as well as 60s-inspired babydoll nighties and beehive hairdos.
Warning: The below video contains sexual language
She recently described 34+35 on the Zach Sang Show, explaining: ‘I just think it’s ridiculous, so funny and stupid. It’s absolutely absurd. It was just a fun thing.
‘We heard the strings that sounded so Disney and orchestral and full and pure. And I was just like, “Yo, what is the dirtiest possible, most opposing lyric that we could write to this.”’
Ariana added that she worried the sexy track – which adds up to 69, in case you were wondering – would detract from the rest of the album.
She explained: ‘The thing about this song, that has been my fear since the beginning, is that it would distract from the vulnerability and the sweetness that is the rest of the album
‘It’s just a fun song, and it deserves a home on the album for sure. I think that everything I do has a little bit of humour, and the people know that I’m not really sitting here ’til dawn.
‘I’ve been very nervous about this one but I do love it, and sonically it’s one of my favourite things we’ve ever done.’
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