Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey together for ” Don’t Call Me Angel, theme from Charlie’s Angels


She released the music video of Don’t Call Me Angelthe song that brings together the dream team consisting of Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey and is from the soundtrack to the reboot of the film Charlie’s Angels. There was great expectation for this song, for the union of three of the most popular american popstars, who carry themselves in a song that sways between the three styles, with a Miley Cyrus rough – also in the transposition video, a Ariana Grande – who is also co-executive producer of the soundtrack – more sensual and soft, and a Lana Del Rey that closes the solo parts with a part of more long-awaited.

The meaning of Don’t Call Me Angel

No white wings, and stereotypes different for the three singers that, instead, dress, black wings out for the video directed by Hannah Lux Davis: “Boy, don’t call me angel/You ain’t got me right. Don’t call me angel/You can’t pay the price (“Baby, don’t call me angel, have you understood well? Don’t call me angel, you may have to pay the price,” sings Ariana Grande while Miley Cyrus, who appears on a ring with a man linked to the center on a chair, which she explains, “I make my own money/And I write my own checks/So say my name with a little respect” (“I’m earning my money, I write my own checks and then when I appoint to do it with respect”), as Lana Del Rey, and change a bit the perspective, “You can’t get me off your mind/I appreciate the way you want me, I ain’t gonna lie/I drop it low, back it up/I know you wanna think you’re mine” (“I can’t remove from your head, I appreciate the way that you want me, not lye. I will fall, I will sustain him Know that you want to think of my being”).

A hymn to the female Charlie’s Angel

The track is written in six hands by three artistswhile the entire soundtrack is co-produced by Ariana Grande, Savan Kotecha, and Scooter Braun, and will be available starting from 1 November, two weeks before the release of the film: “it Was important for me to give the franchise Charlie’s Angels with a powerful anthem for women driven by a great voice – but who could imagine that we would have had three of the most beautiful voices of the current musical panorama? It is a dream become a reality! What Ariana, Miley and Lana have produced has far exceeded even my expectations. Their song is rich in meaning and inspiration, but above all it is also tremendously gutsy,” said the director Elizabeth Banks.