We all know that Ariana Grande has a voice of an actual angel, but just in case we needed a reminder, she gave us one.
The singer once again hit us with a tease of her upcoming single, "Focus" (nine more days, for those of you that are counting) and in the 15-second video, we can't see Ariana -- we can only hear her.
The pop star belts out a short a capella version of the track singing the lyrics, "I know you're hoping that I'll react/ I know you're hopin' I'm lookin back/ but if my real ain't real enough... then I dunno what is"
Why can't it be Oct. 30 already?
Ariana teased the track a few weeks ago with a similar video, but that time, it appeared to be a snippet of the completed version of the song with Ariana singing the lyrics “focus on me,” before the music cuts out and she speaks -- “1..2...3...c’mon girls."
Ariana recently revealed that people should pay very close attention to the first line of the song, “I know what I came to do, and that ain’t gonna change," explaining in a lengthy video that the song isn't about focusing on who she is, but what she's about.
“When I say 'focus on me,' I’m not asking to be the center of attention. I’m not asking you to focus on my face or my clothes or my body or my singing voice. By 'focus on me,' I literally mean focus on me. Focus on what I’m all about and what I believe in," she explained. “The more we focus on each other as people and not on what we look like, what we’re wearing, our gender, our hairstyle, our sexuality, the color of our skin. But focus on each other on a soul level. The more we realize how much we have in common, the more we listen to each other, the more one we become.”