The duet, set to appear in her upcoming 'My Everything' album, finds Grande reuniting with her 'Right There' collaborator and rumored boyfriend Sean.
Having less than two weeks before "My Everything" officially arrives, Ariana Grande keeps releasing new tracks from the album. This time, the singer treats fans with "Best Mistake" which finds her reuniting with frequent collaborator Big Sean.
The slow-tempo R&B jam hit iTunes on Monday night, August 11. Grande and Sean talk about love relationship and break-up in the Key Wane-produced song. "Break up, make up/ Total waste of time/ Can we please make up our minds?/ And stop acting like we're blind," she sings before adding, "Cause you're the best mistake I've ever made, but we hold on."
Sean joins Grande later in the track. "I guess times wasting, tick tock-ing, lip-locking/ How do we keep the feelings fresh how do we zip lock them/ Wear your heart up on your sleeves so watch for pickpockets/I guess to go the distance we might need to pit stop it," he raps.
"Best Mistake" coincidentally arrived hours after E! News reported that Grande and the rapper are now dating. A source told the site, "They have been friends since they made the song together. They have been spending more time together and recently have been getting very close. They are both doing great."
The duo, who first teamed up for "Right There" from her 2013 album "Yours Truly", was also reported hanging out and kissing at a theater in Los Angeles recently. There's still no official word from both stars.