Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman was easiest song to record
Ariana Grande is confident 'Dangerous Woman' will be a big hit because it was so easy to record.
The 'Problem' hitmaker is gearing up to release her third LP of the same name on May 20 and she has revealed the lead single was one of simplest songs to lay down in the studio because she loved it instantly.
Discussing the making of the track, she explained: "Sometimes writing can take the longest time and recording can take seconds. 'Dangerous Woman' took literally a second because I love it. When I don't like a song or I feel something is being forced on me, sometimes it can take me a while to find the right tone or to really commit to it and I won't end up using it anyway usually."
Ariana, 22, made two music videos for the track and in one promo she sings the song a cappella whilst dressed in a latex leotard with matching bunny ears.
The inspiration for the unusual video is that the lyrics of the song mare the singer feel like a "black latex super-bunny woman".
In an interview with Nick Grimshaw on his BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show, she said: "We are doing something weird. We are doing two visuals because this song makes me feel two kinds of ways. It makes me feel sexy and glamourous and I wanted to do a simpler more glam-themed video. And then I wanted to do another video because it makes me feel also kind of like a super version of myself. It makes me feel like inside me is a black latex super-bunny woman. So there is a simple approach and a weirder more cinematic conceptual bizarre video. The two visuals will be out and the first one is coming soon."