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Ariana Grande – ‘don’t call me angel’ song; video, Here’s the exclusive informaion about it

The very initial look at Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey’s Charlie’s Angels collaboration have arrived!

Ariana launched the very first look at the music video for “Don’t Call Me Angel” for the movie set to be released.

The audio track will be out on September 13th, Friday and you can save the song in advance on Spotify right now!

If you could not catch it, Lana openly talked about the audio track in a recent interview, acknowledging that it is very cute. It is a really cool and spicy little track.

The collaboration we all have been waiting for has almost arrived!

Ariana Grande - 'don’t call me angel’ song & video,  Here's the exclusive informaion about it

 

Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey are combining forces for a vibrant new song on the upcoming Charlie’s Angel’s audio track — and the video is releasing on Friday. Grande shared a short part of the video on Twitter on Tuesday.

The seven-second clip does not show much, but it does reveal the women working it. Grande, Cyrus, and Del Rey decked up in sexy black ensembles and boots which are thigh-high in the clip, with each carrying black angel wings.

Grande captioned the first look by saying that Don’t call me angel music & video on September 13 @charliesangels @mileycyrus @lanadelrey directed by @hannahluxdavis. This was her tweet.

During an interview in May with ET, director of Charlie’s Angles, Elizabeth Banks pointed about following in the footsteps of the 2000 film with Destiny’s Child theme song which is “Independent Women.”

She also said that she had got some stuff up her sleeve.

Charlie’s Angels will hit theatres on Nov. 15, 2019. You can see more about the film in the video.

Titled as “Don’t Call Me Angel,” the audio track will be the theme song for the upcoming Charlie’s Angel’s relaunch starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, Ella Balinksi and director Elizabeth Banks.

While Ari put up a snap of the Charlie’s Angels logo with the song’s release date beneath that, Miley shared a short clip featuring the audio’s syncopated, bass-heavy instrumentation.

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