UPDATE (2/17): The "One Last Time" video is here...with a bonus treat for longtime Ariana Grande fans!
Throughout Grande's new clip, we watch the starlet run through a world that's minutes away from being destroyed by an incoming comet, all while being tape recorded by her beau. By the video's end, we see Grande convince her boo to put down the camera and watch the end of the world with her.
And who's the BF? None other than Matt Bennett, a.k.a. as Robbie Shapiro, the character who played Grande's love interest on her former Nickelodeon show Victorious. Veteran Arianators should love this.
UPDATE (2/12): Days after revealing a dreamy lyric video for her new single "One Last Time," Ariana Grande posted a teaser of the official music video on Instagram. According to the clip, it looks like we're in for an apocalyptic-themed visual about a comet coming to destroy Earth.
It's a little ominous...but we're ready for it! The full video drops on Sunday, February 15. Learn the words ahead of the premiere with the lyric video below.
Original Story (2/6): It's been nine months since Ariana Grande gave the first taste of her My Everything album via its massive lead single, "Problem," featuring Iggy Azalea. Since then the little diva has racked up four Top 10 singles, her second No. 1 album, two GRAMMY nominations, and she seems keen to keep the momentum going.
Ari's prepping "One Last Time" as her new single, and she's got an official lyric video to help fans learn the words. A very thoughtful—not to mention necessary—gesture given how huge her past singles were. Nobody wants to be caught singing a lyric wrong!
Sonically, "One Last Time" is a bit of a darker sound for Ariana, with its production recalling work by the xx. The song's also notable as the first My Everything single to be released without a collaborator. Of course there was "Problem," with Iggy Azalea, "Break Free," featuring Zedd, "Love Me Harder," alongside The Weeknd, and her super-diva collabo "Bang Bang" with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj.
It's definitely time the public heard Ariana shine solo. Maybe she'll give the song a boost with her GRAMMYs performance this Sunday, February 8? For now, get to know the words to "One Last Time" above.