AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande keeps rolling out new music from "Dangerous Woman" as she's getting closer and closer to dropping the album. In the past few days, three more songs from the record made their way out online for fans' listening pleasure.
Those tracks include the just-debuted "Touch It", "Moonlight" that was first planned to serve as the title track of Grande's third studio effort and "Leave Me Lonely" featuring the reclusive singer Macy Gray.
The former, a synth heavy tune, features Grande singing about being in a complicated relationship. "Remind me why we're taking a break/ It's obviously insane/ Cause we both know what we want/ So why don't we fall in love?" she asks her boyfriend.
"Moonlight", meanwhile, is a dreamy, slow-tempo track which highlights Grande's breathy vocals as she praises her man, whom he calls her "moonlight." Speaking of the song in an interview last year, Grande said it's "very honest and very special" to her. "I feel like this is the most personal music I've made, by far. I'm very proud of it and I'm very excited," she explained and added, "It's scary... it's vulnerable and kind of terrifying."
As for the Macy Gray collaboration, it's a break-up tune on which she and Grande blast their respective "dangerous love." At the beginning, Gray says her ex-lover turns her away like she's "begging for a dollar." Grande then calls out her own ex, telling him, "If you're gonna love me and leave me hanging here/ Then I'd rather you leave me lonely."