Ariana Grande’s ‘7 Rings’ an ‘anthem’ for women empowerment

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Ariana Grande returned with her latest single and video "7 rings" today, but not all of the attention its receiving has been positive. She dropped the video on January 17 and it has already racked up over 25 million views.

In an interview with Billboard, Ariana Grande said she wanted to "put out music in the way that a rapper does" - meaning, releasing songs without any of the constraints that pop stars like her are beholden to.

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She continued, "cause that sound really familiar to me. Hmm... sounds about white!".

The lyrics of "7 Rings" also have reference to her breakups just like "Thank U, Next".

Taking to Instagram, the 26-year-old called out Ari for dropping a hit that sounds extremely similar to her own track. In her version, she rapped: "Rock my many styles then go natural for the summer / Hair blowing in the hummer / Flip the weave, I am a stunner / It's mine, I bought it / It's mine, I bought it".

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Grande reportedly went out with her friends to a jewellery store and bought seven engagement rings for them. While in general we're exhausted of pop songs with lyrics that serve no goal but to remind the audience of the singer's "bands", in this case, we can't help but respect the obvious message of female independence.

7 rings is the third single from the brand new era after her fourth studio album, Sweetener.

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