It contains an interpolation of " My Favorite Things " by Rodgers and Hammerstein , thus both are also credited as songwriters. It was released by Republic Records on January 18, , as the second single from the album. A remix featuring American rapper 2 Chainz was released on February 1, In addition, the single is also Grande's longest chart runner on the Hot to date, spending 33 consecutive weeks before dropping out. The song also topped the charts in 19 countries, and reached the top 10 in 10 countries. The singer described the song as "a friendship anthem", later posting the single's artwork on Instagram along with its release date, January Grande described the song as a "friendship anthem" that "evolves" from previous single "Thank U, Next", while embracing a new chapter. The song contains rapping segments however in the singing parts, Grande's vocals spans from G 3 to C 5.
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It's a story Ari has told many times since she dropped the Sound of Music -interpolating track exactly one year ago. A day at Tiffany's and some bottles of bubbly led to, first, the purchase of the titular hardware for her newly-single self and six of her closest girls and then, after an afternoon in the studio, a killer trap-pop bop that would permeate the culture with its eminently quotable lyrics. Listening to the superstar tell the tale, you may have found yourself wondering whether or not it really went down that serendipitously, whether a song that would debut atop the Billboard Hot as only the 33rd song in history to do so could really be written so quickly. If you did, you certainly wouldn't have been alone. News exclusively, in separate interviews ahead of their trip to the Grammys, it's exactly how it happened.
But this is not an Austrian Alps show tune. Whether Grande has a serious plagiarism scandal on her hands is unclear. A lawyer just has to convince a jury. What Grande is definitely facing, though, is that familiar pop-star chapter: a cultural-appropriation backlash. But it has been remarked upon in ways positive and negative.
Grande described the song as a "friendship anthem" that "evolves" from previous single " Thank U, Next ", while embracing a new chapter. Commercially, the song debuted at number one in 15 countries, including the United States, being her second number-one single, following " Thank U, Next ", featured on the same album. In an interview for Billboard , Grande said: "We needed some retail therapy. They got us very tipsy, so we bought seven engagement rings, and when I got back to the studio I gave everybody a friendship ring.