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The 'Fifty Shades of Grey' star is nearly naked and tied up in the music video for the song which is included on the sultry movie's soundtrack album.
The Canadian singer filmed the video at the Palace Theatre in downtown L.A. with director Sam Taylor-Wood who also helmed the highly-anticipated movie opening in theaters on February 13.
The 24-year-old singer was arrested on Saturday, January 10 in Las Vegas after he allegedly punched a cop in the head.
The singer and her R'n'B star collaborator show off their vocals over the acoustic guitar licks on the new version of the song which originally appears on her 'My Everything' album.
The slow-tempo jam will appear alongside the remix of Beyonce's 'Crazy in Love' on the soundtrack of the highly-anticipated movie that's hitting theaters on February 13, 2015.
In the black-and-white clip, the lyrics of the song appear atop a number of photos taken during the filming of the actual music video.
In addition to releasing the official music video directed by Alfredo Flores, Grande will drop a lyric video for the collaboration.
Reuniting with director Hannah Lux Davis who also helmed her 'Bang Bang' music video, the former Nickelodeon star shares some photos taken on the filming set.
The R'n'B singer takes a stroll through the streets of his hometown of Toronto and parties with a bunch of pretty ladies in the music video.
The video sees a number of nearly-naked ladies joining the R'n'B singer in his hotel room.
Co-produced by Max Martin and Savan Kotecha, the collaboration is another upbeat and dancey cut from the singer's 'My Everything' album that's coming out later this month.
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The Canadian singer will join the former NSYNC member at six shows, which will take place in Brooklyn, Hartford, East Rutherford, Philadelphia, Raleigh, and Nashville.
The two Canadian artists will team up for a 19-date tour that begins on February 19 in Frankfurt, Germany.
The Canadian singer, who works on 'Kiss Land' while traveling around the world, says that the album is about his fear of unfamiliar places he's never been to before.