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Ariana Grande Shares ‘Yes, And?’ Recording Session Clip From the Studio

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Ariana Grande shows off her sweet “Yes, And?” vocals in a new video the singer uploaded from the recording studio.

Grande’s assertive new single, a dance-pop track with a sound that calls back to Madonna’s “Vogue,” arrived Friday (Jan. 12). “Yes, And?” is the first track to be released from her upcoming seventh studio album.

On Saturday, the pop star posted a reel on Instagram that gives fans a look at the “Yes, And?” recording process. In the short video, Grande records a few takes of the chorus, singing: “Say that s— with your chest, and/ Be your own f—kin’ best friend/ Say that sh– with your chest/ Keep moving like, ‘What’s next?’/ ‘Yes, and?’”

In the video, Grandealso gets feedback from producer Max Martin on her vocal performance on the first verse: “In case you haven’t noticed/ Well, everybody’s tired/ And healin’ from somebody/ Or somethin’ we don’t see just right.” she sings.

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“Perfect diction,” Martin compliments, to which Grande replies, “Thank you, Max Martin!”

Watch the “Yes, And?” recording studio clip below.

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