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Ariana Grande and songwriter/producer duo Social House have dropped their new track, ‘boyfriend’

Social House also have an EP due next week.
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Published: 11:11 am, August 02, 2019
Ariana Grande and songwriter/producer duo Social House have dropped their new track, ‘boyfriend’

Ariana Grande and songwriter/producer duo Social House have dropped their new track, ‘boyfriend’.

Out via Schoolboy Records/Republic Records, the song arrives alongside a new video that premiered on a Times Square Viacom billboard.

Of the song, Social House say: “We’ve always had so much fun working with Ariana, so we’re really excited for this song to finally be out in the world and for our fans to hear it! We hope everyone loves it as much as we do.”

The duo - Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson — are currently gearing up to release their debut EP ’Everything Changed…’ next Friday, 9th August.

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