Ariana Grande performs high notes on ‘Just Look Up’ with Kid Cudi: – Billboard

Ariana Grande step aside for a moment after her training mission on NBC’s Voice, for a sparkling (and slightly dark) new ballad, “Just Look Up”, a collaboration with Kid Cudi.

New numbers drop at midnight and take the lead from the Netflix movie Don’t look up in which they both play the main roles.


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On it, Grande showcases her range and control, even showing off the high notes that Mariah Carey would be proud of. “Just look up / Turn off that inbox message / Because you’re dying people / Look up / It’s here / I’m so glad I’m here with you / Forever in your arms,” she sings.

Both Grande and Cudi have written credit for the song, in addition to Nicholas Britell and Taura Stintson.

Don’t look up features a stacked cast that includes Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Leonardo DiCaprio and two singing stars.

The film’s synopsis reads: “Kate Dibiasky (Lawrence), a graduate student in astronomy, and her professor Dr. Randall Mindy (DiCaprio) have made an amazing discovery. about a comet orbiting the solar system. The problem – it’s a direct collision with the Earth. The remaining problem? No one really seems to care. It turns out that warning humanity of a planetary killer the size of Mount Everest is an inconvenient reality to navigate.”

It hits select theaters December 10 and premieres December 24 – Christmas Eve – on Netflix.

Live stream “Don’t Look Up” below.

https://www.billboard.com/music/music-news/ariana-grande-just-look-up-kid-cudi-listen-1235005449/ Ariana Grande performs high notes on ‘Just Look Up’ with Kid Cudi: – Billboard

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