Reports: Ariana Grande collabs with Major Lazer in new album

10 January 2018

A new album isn't the only thing Ariana Grande has been working on.

The pop superstar is reportedly reuniting with Major Lazer for a brand new collaboration on their upcoming album Music Is The Weapon.

Genius has updated the album details with a release date - March 16th - and star-studded track list that closes with the Ariana-assisted 'In Your Hands'.

'In Your Hands' is shown as the final track of the 13-track album, which also reportedly features Camila Cabello (on three songs!), Lorde and Tinashe.

Grande and Major Lazer first teamed up in 2014 on the incredibly underrated 'All My Love', which first featured on The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 soundtrack.

The song was later remixed for the mega-producers Peace Is The Mission album that dropped in 2015, and spawned the inescapable 'Lean On' with MØ.

Ariana Grande performing in 2017
[Getty]

While it never got an official single release, Ariana performed 'All My Love' during her worldwide The Honeymoon Tour in 2015.

After she posted a snippet of a new song on New Year's Eve, Capital FM revealed that the lead single from Ariana's fourth album is expected to drop in February - aka NEXT MONTH.

If this tracklist is legitimate then we could be treated to TWO new Ariana songs in the next few months. #blessed, anyone? 

In the meantime, revisit the Number 1 hit that never was, 'All My Love', above...

Words: Ross McNeilage

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