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Ariana Grande ‘registers new song titled My Hair she co-wrote with her Thank U, Next collaborators’

Ariana Grande ‘registers new song titled My Hair she co-wrote with her Thank U, Next collaborators’

Grammy winner Ariana Grande has registered a new song titled My Hair on an online music database for copyright reasons, according to The Sun’s Bizarre column.

The Florida-born R&B belter – turning 27 next week – co-wrote the track with Victoria Monet, Tayla Par, and Tommy Brown, all of whom worked on her fifth studio album Thank U, Next.

It’s an ironic title for Ariana, whose elusive natural shoulder-length locks are rarely seen without the signature ponytail extension fastened by hairstylist Josh Liu.

New song? Grammy winner Ariana Grande has reportedly registered a new song titled My Hair on an online music database for copyright reasons (pictured August 4)

Last month, Grande (born Butera) told Apple Music’s Beats 1 host Zane Lowe she doesn’t ‘really feel comfortable putting’ an album out during this ‘tricky time.’

And yet the former Nickelodeon child star had no problem releasing two hit duets during the COVID-19 quarantine – Stuck With U with Justin Bieber and Rain On Me with Lady Gaga.

Millions of ‘Arianators’ are also still awaiting Ariana’s mysterious Doja Cat collaboration.

The Florida-born R&B belter - turning 27 next week - co-wrote the track with Victoria Monet, Tayla Par, and Tommy Brown, all of whom worked on her fifth studio album Thank U, Next (pictured May 21)

The Florida-born R&B belter – turning 27 next week – co-wrote the track with Victoria Monet, Tayla Par, and Tommy Brown, all of whom worked on her fifth studio album Thank U, Next (pictured May 21)

Growing: It's an ironic title for Ariana, whose elusive natural shoulder-length locks are rarely seen without the signature ponytail extension fastened by hairstylist Josh Liu (pictured April 7)

Growing: It’s an ironic title for Ariana, whose elusive natural shoulder-length locks are rarely seen without the signature ponytail extension fastened by hairstylist Josh Liu (pictured April 7)

The age of COVID-19: Last month, Grande told Apple Music's Beats 1 host Zane Lowe she doesn't 'really feel comfortable putting' an album out during this 'tricky time'

The age of COVID-19: Last month, Grande told Apple Music's Beats 1 host Zane Lowe (pictured) she doesn't 'really feel comfortable putting' an album out during this 'tricky time'

The age of COVID-19: Last month, Grande told Apple Music’s Beats 1 host Zane Lowe (R) she doesn’t ‘really feel comfortable putting’ an album out during this ‘tricky time’ 

‘I’m obsessed with her. I love her. I was able to work with her earlier this year on this song that I want to save for whenever it’s time again, to drop,’ Grande told Zane Lowe.

‘But I love her so much. I love her personality. I love what she brings to the table musically. She’s just such a breath of fresh air. I think she’s brilliant and so talented. And she produces, and she does everything herself. I love that. It’s fantastic.

‘We did this song together towards the end of last year and I love it so much. I remember when I first wrote it and sent it to her, she was in the shower and she was like, “B****, I love this. I’m in the shower.” And I was like, “Shower! You can call me back.”‘

Dropping tracks left and right: And yet the former Nickelodeon child star had no problem releasing two hit duets during the COVID-19 quarantine - Stuck With U with Justin Bieber and Rain On Me with Lady Gaga (M)

Dropping tracks left and right: And yet the former Nickelodeon child star had no problem releasing two hit duets during the COVID-19 quarantine – Stuck With U with Justin Bieber and Rain On Me with Lady Gaga (M)

'I want to save for whenever it's time again to drop': Millions of 'Arianators' are also still awaiting Ariana's mysterious Doja Cat (pictured May 26) collaboration

‘I want to save for whenever it’s time again to drop’: Millions of ‘Arianators’ are also still awaiting Ariana’s mysterious Doja Cat (pictured May 26) collaboration



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