There are few things that fans love more than a good collaboration. At this time, given the social distance and the most safe home implemented due to the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19), is a little more difficult to make that happen. But the singers Ariana Grande and Lizzo have given its fans the best option.
Ariana Grande and Lizzo on ‘ Good As Hell (Remix)”
Fans of the divas of pop will be remembered that it was not long ago when the two collaborated for the first time. In October of 2019, Lizzo led to a remix of his single “Good as Hell”. Lizzo has obtained formerly a success late for old songs like “Truth Hurts”, and could do the same with this song of 2016. But she received a little help this time.
Large sang some additional lines in the second verse, in addition to adding your voice to the pre-chorus and the chorus that followed. The remix worked so well that Lizzo was able to use his popularity to increase in the original song, that got a music video and a performance of Saturday Night Live in December of 2019.
Large offered a surprise to his fans
If well have not passed or six months since their last collaboration, many things have changed in the world. In these days, Great, like the rest of us, stays at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. And despite the fact that I had no performance scheduled (that we know of) during this time, decided to do an impromptu basis to help the fans to stay positive.
After asking Arianators on Twitter what they wanted to hear, Large interpreted the main song of his second studio album, My Everything. His producer, Tommy Brown, played the piano, while Grande played a simplified version (from their own locations, of course). She shared the 5 April 2020, writing, “sending you a little love virtual,” and added, “I hope that everyone will stay safe, healthy, healthy and creative as possible.”
Lizzo sang “rain Drop” (An Angel Cried) from Large
That same day, Lizzo apparently also had the idea of making one of the successes of Big. Was recorded singing a snippet of “Raindrops (An Angel Cried)” from the album Sweetener Large of 2018. Despite the time, the choice seems to be entirely improvised, with Lizzo singing without company, while sitting alone on your couch.
Lizzo labeled the singer in the text at the bottom: “I love You @arianagrande”. Great, of course, he appreciated the gesture, what he shared in his own story and added emojis.
Could the fans get another collaboration?
Ariana Grande and Lizzo attend the 62nd Annual ceremony of the GRAMMY Awards on January 26, 2020 | John Shearer / . for The Recording Academy
Arianators and Lizzbians (the name of fandom for the followers of Lizzo) were enthusiastic about this exchange. “I need another collaboration,” wrote one. It is worth noting that Lizzo and Big were seen interacting for the last time at the Grammy Awards 2020, where they were both nominated in multiple categories.
Given that the collaboration was the latest release of Lizzo (in fact, it is still what is promoted on their social channels), we have the feeling that the two will not join again for another remix at the moment. However, a virtual presentation of “Good as Hell” might be just what you need your fandoms during this difficult time. What say, ladies?