Ariana Grande has blessed the world with her latest bop God Is A Woman a whole week early and yep, it’s good, real good.

Shocker – shocker.

Grande first announced the news yesterday throwing her social media following into absolute chaos because they just weren’t prepared.

A bit of context for ya: Grande has been releasing new songs on the 20th of every month.

God Is A Woman is from Ariana’s forthcoming album Sweetener – which already has major bangers The Light Is Coming and No Tears Left To Cry on it.

The tune not only has incredible vocals but is such a bloody vibe.

You can wrap your ears around the song, below:

To absolutely no one’s surprise, the Arianator’s are losing their shit:

Grande recently featured on Nicki Minaj’s new tune Bed (the one with the beachy mermaid music video) as well as Troye Sivan’s latest hit Dance To This. 

Stay tuned mates because the music video’s on the way, too:

You can grab God Is A Woman, HERE. It’s also available to stream and download on the usual hot spots including Spotify and Apple Music. 

Sweetener is set for release August 17. 

Earlier this week, Grande appeared on the cover of Elle. The 25-year-old opened up about the anxiety she felt following the suicide bombing at her Manchester Arena concert in 2017.

Speaking to Elle: 

“When I got home from tour, I had really wild dizzy spells, this feeling like I couldn’t breathe.

“I would be in a good mood, fine and happy, and they would hit me out of nowhere. I’ve always had anxiety, but it had never been physical before. There was a couple months straight where I felt so upside down.” 

Sweetener also features artist Pharrell Williams who collaborated with Grande for the album’s final track, Get Well Soon. 

It’s been almost a year since @ArianaGrande fled a UK terrorist attack that claimed 22 lives, injuring 500 more, at the sold-out Manchester show of Ariana’s Dangerous Woman tour. “When I got home from tour, I had really wild dizzy spells, this feeling like I couldn’t breathe,” she tells ELLE during her cover interview. “I would be in a good mood, fine and happy, and they would hit me out of nowhere. I’ve always had anxiety, but it had never been physical before. There were a couple of months straight where I felt so upside down.” She shared the experience with her friend Pharrell Williams. Together they created “Get Well Soon,” the final track on #Sweetener. Link in bio for our full conversation with #ArianaGrande and her mom, @joangrande, on life after the Manchester attack, "loving a bit more fearlessly," and the importance of being an ally. . . ELLE August 2018 credits: editor-in-chief: @ninagarcia creative director: #stephengan photographer: @alexilubomirski stylist: @natasharoyt hair: @thejoshliu makeup: @patrickta

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