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You ever damn near fucked on top of a stranger's car? What about at the laundromat? The office? If you live a sad and unfulfilling life and thus must answer a defeated "No!" to all of those inquiries, then we send you well wishes. Also, Ariana Grande and Future just dropped a video showing you what all of that looks like. Live vicariously:
Then live some more:
And even more:
The clip in question, directed by Chris Marrs Piliero, is for the Ariana x Future collab "Everyday." Though officially released as the new single from Ariana's 2016 album Dangerous Woman last month, the video is only just now making itself known. The wait, as evidenced by all that hot AF making out mentioned above, is not something we should spend time complaining about.
The "Everyday" visual arrives amidst a particularly prolific era for Future, who just scored his fourth No. 1 album with Future. And that is the only new music we've received from him this year.
I'm kidding. Dude immediately followed that album with HNDRXX, which he described to Apple Music's Zane Lowe as arguably his most honest work to date. "The biggest thing is when you say certain things and people react a certain way and you're like, damn, I didn't want to come off that kind of way," Future said of the reactions. "So the biggest thing is just being yourself all the time. When you try to be yourself all the time, everyone's not gonna like it. But who cares?"