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ARI HITS
THE LOUNGE

Republic's Ariana Grande popped by BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge for the first time ever Wednesday afternoon. The Sweetener songstress treated 14 competition winners and Radio 1's Clara Amfo (pictured) to a selection of songs from the recently released, chart-topping album, including current single "God is a woman"—now Top 5 at the U.K. radio outlet.

She also jumped a bit left of center, covering Thundercat's "Them Changes" (embedded below). For those who don't know, the L.A.-based bassist-turned-producer has worked with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell and Childish Gambino. However, this rendition proves there's just nothin' quite like an extra groovy Grande.

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