The Ariana Grande, Lizzo Good As Hell Remix Is Here And It's Just What You Need This Weekend

The Ariana Grande, Lizzo Good As Hell Remix Is Here And It's Just What You Need This Weekend
Credit: Source: Lizzo Music/YouTube

Lizzo may be in the midst of a lawsuit regarding allegations she plagiarized portions of her hit song "Truth Hurts" but that hasn't stopped her from releasing a remix with Ariana Grande on another one of her hits: "Good As Hell."

The song is revered as a self-empowering anthem to women who were mistreated and need to move on with their lives. Regardless of what stage of the break-up they're at, "Good As Hell" reminds women not to let a man define who they are or impact their feelings and self-image.

Both Lizzo and Ariana shared video clips on their official social media platforms and Lizzo released the full song on her official YouTube channel. Within 13 hours, the song has more than 400,000 views and over 77,000 likes.

Ariana Grande stated the following about the remix.

"The most fun 🥂 thank you @lizzobeeating for having me on this remix !! i love you, your energy and this record so so much. ‘good as hell’ remix out now!"

Lizzo stated the following on her Instagram account where she has six million followers.

"I GOT A BOTTLE OF TEQUILA AND A REMIX FOR YOU | ✨GOOD AS HELL✨ feat. @arianagrande NOW STREAMING BITCH ☃️"

You may hear Lizza and Ariana do the "Good As Hell" remix in the video player below.

The "Good As Hell" remix comes at a time when women are getting a lot of attention in the music industry. Selena Gomez has released two new songs from her upcoming album and she currently holds the top and second spots on the YouTube trending chart with those songs.

Her first song: "Lose You To Love Me" currently has 48 million views. Her second release: "Look At Her Now" has 24 million views.

Ariana Grande has embarked upon her first role as a music producer taking on the job of executive music producer for the upcoming movie Charlie's Angels .

Ariana performs the song "Don't Call Me Angel" with Lana Del Rey and Miley Cyrus. She officially released the song's video on her YouTube account on September 12, 2019. That video currently has more than 99 million likes.

What do you think of Ariana Grande's and Lizzo's "Good As Hell" remix?

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