The 23-year-old songstress is seen interacting with animated characters from the film, while the 'Overjoyed' hitmaker classically sits in front of the piano and belts out his verse.
To celebrate the release of new animated comedy flick "Sing", Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande have unleashed a video for the film's original song "Faith". The colorful clip, which was released on Tuesday, December 20, features some characters from the film, including punk rock porcupine Ash, Indian elephant Meena and saxophone-wielding mouse Mike.
Donning an overall and super cool white-framed sunglasses, Ariana is seen dancing and singing down a city street as chalk outlines of the movie's various animal characters come to life on the brick wall behind her. Meanwhile, Stevie classically sits in front of the grand piano while belting out his verse.
Stevie sings, "She's a queen of the city but she don't believe the hype/ She's got her own elevation, holy motivation/ So I wrote some letters out in big bold type," before Ariana continues singing, "See the boy with the Stevie Wonder swag?/ Ain't got a clue all the magic that he has/ He's a go-getter, he's everybody's type."
Towards the end of the video, Ariana joins Stevie on stage, where they belt out the retro-inspired jam. The animated characters also join them, dancing and showing off their musical skills.
Co-written by Ryan Tedder and Benny Blanco, "Faith" appears on the movie soundtrack album. The album features several cover songs, including Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" cover by Nick Kroll and Reese Witherspoon, and Stevie's "Don't You Worry 'Bout a thing" cover by Tori Kelly.