Watch Ariana Grande And Future’s Pro-PDA Video For ‘Everyday’

If you’re looking for your next sex-positive anthem, Ariana Grande and Future have delivered with “Everyday.”

Taken from Grande’s 2016 album Dangerous Woman, the pop singer’s latest single “Everyday” is a song for those looking for some mood music, with lyrics like, “He give it to me / Everyday, everyday, everyday.” Just an FYI, by ‘it,’ she means sex.

Just in case there was any confusion about Grande’s latest single with rapper Future, the duo have now released a music video that celebrates PDA in places you didn’t know could be hot. The hood of a parked car. A laundry mat. A cubicle-filled office. The bus. Take that, 50 Shades of Grey. Grande and Future know you don’t need a red room to get it on.

Grande released a lyric video for “Everyday” earlier in the month, wearing the same puffy jacket and matching braided bun hairdo she sports in the new, official video. Unlike the lyric video, Future makes an appearance in this week’s new release, overseeing a sexually-charged couple who are definitely going to have to meet with HR after their office make-out session.

As for Grande, she cheers on a couple getting naked on a car, getting naked while doing laundry and getting naked on public transportation. We’re pretty sure all of these things would lead to either fines or arrests, but we appreciate Grande’s sex positive message for all consenting adults.

“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 equally sexy track “Side To Side.”

Minaj and Future aren’t the only artists Grande has hit the studio with recently. Grande appeared on boyfriend Mac Miller’s 2016 album The Divine Feminine, singing on the track “My Favorite Part.” She also hit the studio with Stevie Wonder to record the track “Faith” for the animated film Sing.

Grande also recently recorded the theme to Beauty and the Beast along with John Legend for the upcoming remake of the Disney film, which will likely will have much less PDA than her latest music video.