I feel no one has noticed how she is basically stealing the melody from a Sound of Music song. Look up "Favorite Things" sung by Julie Andrews and then listen to that intro again. Way to be creative. Go and steal someone else's hardwork why dont you?
Love this song so much love how she made 'my favourite things ' into her own style with personalised lyrics. 'I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it' , then I put it on loop. Can't believe the rap, Not often we hear Ari rap but she should more often. Love how she shows off that she is able to buy the things she likes but doesn't get too full of herself. Some people say it doesn't show her vocals enough but sometimes it's good to change your style and be more laid back. Thank you, next Ari x
her energy is forceful but not aggressive with a not so subtle hint of prowess. shes showing so much strenghth it is reminicent of BritneySpears InTheZone/Blackout. her new sound just feels so right instead of the bubbly pop that she aint feeling. she sings what she feels is right. we are witnessing a legend. one that will be remembered by generations just like Aaliyah but in her own right.
This song is a show of her newfound power within herself. It's a female empowering take on success songs. After all Women have different standards especially with releasing songs. The subtle-not-so-subtle way of bragging is feminine yet strong. It's about doing what you want for yourself. About putting yourself first and sharing your success with those important to you because you can. Flaunt it if you got it. You can be sexy, successful, and whatever you want, there's nothing to stop you.
dear Ariana Grande stop stealing samples from Broadway shows please for as you did it with Popular from Wicked now you're doing it with Sound of Music. It's not cool it's just lazy. and you should know you were on Broadway once
As much as I respect Ariana Grande as a singer, this track proves that they can't all be gems. I mean comparing it to Sweetener, Thank U Next & Imagine, this feels a bit underwhelming.