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Watch Ariana Grande Fly Solo In Her ‘Everyday’ Lyric Video

Ariana Grande has dropped the lyric video for her Future duet “Everyday” and proven that she’s able to fill up the screen simply by being herself.

Rather than take a sick day and release a traditional lyric video that is void of the artist, Grande gives her fans a performance piece just in time for the kick off of her Dangerous Woman Tour.

The simple video features Grande wearing a black bra and oversized Tommy Hilfiger puffy jacket, with her trademark long hair featuring two braided top knots (expect an onslaught of YouTube hair tutorials after this).

Grande spends the video performing in a room full of lights while the lyrics to “Everyday” appear on the screen below her. Although the lyric video doesn’t have a storyline or even a secondary location, Grande’s captivating performance and ability to work the camera keeps the viewer entertained from start to finish.

Future doesn’t appear in the video, which makes us think that a full music video treatment featuring the raspy voiced rapper could arrive in the near…future.

“Everyday” is the fourth single from Grande’s third studio album Dangerous Woman, which also features appearances from Lil Wayne, Macy Gray and Nicki Minaj, who teamed up with Grande for the single “Side To Side.”

Grande’s last music video was also a duet, appearing on boyfriend Mac Miller’s 2016 album The Divine Feminine and singing on the track “My Favorite Part.”

The lyric video for “Everyday” is the second new piece of music we’ve heard from Grande this week. On Monday, Disney released the final trailer for Beauty and the Beast and included the newly reworked theme song from Grande and John Legend. The pair took on the Oscar winning song, which was originally made famous by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson.

Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman Tour kicks off this Friday in Arizona and includes four Canadian dates.