The Nickelodeon star's manager Scooter Braun also talks about the collaboration on Twitter, saying that the 'incredible duet [is] on the way.'
Ariana Grande is apparently cooking up something interesting with Chris Brown. The Nickelodeon star and the "Fine China" rapper recently took to Twitter to post what might be the lyrics of the new song they're working on together.
"I dug a single seed into the ground, I hope it grows," Brown tweeted over the weekend. Grande then responded, "In a year or two if you're around, you'll see a rose." The title of the song is currently still kept under wraps.
Scooter Braun, Grande's manager, has seemingly confirmed the collaboration. He wrote on Twitter, "@ArianaGrande that was an amazing session. Excited for this incredible duet on the way :)."
Grande also revealed that her new song, hopefully the duet with Brown, would come next month. Answering a fan's question, she said, "A song u haven't heard that is coming out in march."
The "Sam & Cat" star is no stranger to collaborating with rappers. She worked with Mac Miller for her breakthrough single "The Way". She also tapped Big Sean for another hit called "Right There". Both songs are featured in "Yours Truly", her debut album that hits No. 1 on Billboard 200 after being released last year.
Grande has started working on her second album and she's been spending a lot of time in the studio. "I've been in studio non-stop, so my voice sounds a little hoarse. But I'm working really hard on it," she recently told MTV. She went on saying that she'd been working with some producers including Max Martin and OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder.
"I've also been working with new producers like Max Martin; he's amazing. I love working with him. He's like a mathematician. He knows music like math. It just makes sense to him," she praised the producer who has previously worked with Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.