Ariana Grande's Dangerous Woman album is set to drop on May 20, but before then, her collaboration with Future has hit the 'net. Back in early April, the singer told 102.7 KIIS FM that her album will feature Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Future, and today "Everyday" with the latter of the three is out.

“I knew I wanted to work with Future for sure, but I didn’t know if we would find the right song to do together because we’re so different,” she explained in the radio interview. “But we really found a dope vibe and it’s very unique and exciting.” That vibe is all over "Everyday" which sounds more risque than most of the singer's previous singles. On the track, Future draws an automobile metaphor, rapping, "I fight for the things you believe in / I got you body and put it in drive, I got my keys in."

Grande's collaboration with Lil Wayne, "Let Me Love You," dropped back in mid-April. Her history collaborating with rappers dates back a few years, as she's tapped Mac Miller for a feature in the past, and appeared on Big Sean's last album Dark Sky Paradise, the two taking their short-lived romance to the studio for "Research." Thing apparently ended between the two because of lyrics Big Sean included on "Stay Down."

Listen to Ari and Future link up on "Everyday" below

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