On the slow-burning, stifling track, Grande sings about contacting a new love after breaking up with her ex. Grande’s gated, stuttered vocals on the slow jam’s chorus and smoky late-night vibes of the single are reminiscent of another Lil Wayne collaboration, Jeremih’s 2013 single “All the Time.”
Grande’s understated coo shines for two verses before Weezy hops on the track. “She’s grindin’ on this grande, ooh lord / I’m drownin’ and gonna need that Coast Guard / And when it comes to that nigga, I’ll give her amnesia / She just looking for love / She says she’s single and I’m her feature, oh my god,” Wayne raps on the woozy cut.
Dangerous Woman is due out May 20th. In addition to “Let Me Love You,” the title track and “Be Alright” that Grande debuted on Saturday Night Live, the 15-track LP also features guest spots from Nicki Minaj (“Side to Side”), Future (“Everyday”) and Macy Gray (“Leave Me Lonely”).
1. moonlight 2. dangerous woman 3. be alright 4. into you 5. side to side feat @nickiminaj 6. let me love you feat @liltunechi 7. greedy 8. leave me lonely feat @macygrayslife 9. everyday feat @future 10. sometimes 11. i don’t care 12. bad decisions 13. touch it 14. knew better / forever boy 15. thinkin bout you