“Beauty and the Beast” is a song for the live-action remake of the 1991 Disney film classic ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ which stars Emma Watson as Belle. The song is covered by Ariana Grande and John Legend who remain faithful to Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson’s duet version of the 1991 Disney film title track. Grande and Legend’s well-known vocal talents are highlighted in the single as they belt the pristine, Grammy and Academy Award-winning track.
“Faith” is a song by American R&B/soul musician Stevie Wonder who unites with Ariana Grande for this new joint single created in support of the forthcoming Universal film ‘Sing’. The song is set to serve as one of the standout selections on the new ‘Sing’ soundtrack and was produced by OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder and Benny Blanco. ‘Sing’ will be shown in theaters this coming December.
“Let Me Love You” is a song by American singer Ariana Grande released as a second promotional single. The song features American hip hop artist Lil Wayne and is from her upcoming third studio album ‘Dangerous Woman’ (2016). “Let Me Love You” recieved mostly positive critical reviews stating: “It’s not quite irresistible, but it’s mildly alluring”says Andrew Unterberger of Spin.
“Into You” is a song recorded by American singer Ariana Grande, released as the second single from her third studio album, ‘Dangerous Woman’ (2016). Critical reception of the song was mostly positive from music critics. Rachel Sonis of Idolator’s gave the track a positive review, stating that the song “might be her most scandalous one yet”, and that “”Into You” is, simply put, a massive club tune. Its monstrous EDM-pop beat is reminiscent of My Everything, and the song’s catchy chorus will definitely have everyone on the dance-floor within seconds.”
“Dangerous Woman” is the latest single from American singer and actress Ariana Grande. After its released, the song recieved mostly positive reviews giving the song 6-7 out of 10 ratings. Carl Williott of Idolator gave the song 7/10 saying : “Dangerous Woman” is a much more engaging, lively take on the noir neo-waltz thing, plus the more interesting reference point is its clever little flip of “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.” “…the song leaves me wanting more, which I haven’t felt with one of her singles since “Problem.”