Ariana Grande Drops New Song and Video for 'Monopoly' With Victoria Monét -- Watch!

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Ariana Grande's addictive new jam with Victoria Monét will own real estate in your head.

The "7 Rings" pop star dropped a new single, "Monopoly," with her singer-songwriter friend on Monday, complete with a home movies-style music video.

"MONOPOLY out now. everywhere. a celebration and a ‘thank u’ for everything! Love, me & @victoriamonet," 25-year-old Grande tweeted out to her followers.

Monét also tweeted, adding, "MONOPOLY (a thank you to them fans) is out now!!! @arianagrande and I appreciate you so much and really f**k with the support you’ve given in all forms! Go jam out."

The track's lyrics prompted fans to wonder if the singer was addressing her sexuality, with one lyric focused on liking both men and women.

“I like women and men / Work so f–kin’ much, need a twinny, twin, twin / You’d be straight for life if I gave you my pin / Even though we gave up that 90% for the win,” she sang.

The song's video showed Grande and Monét, who previously announced she like girls on Twitter, standing in a pink bathroom next to signs reading “men.”

Get those bad vibes off of you and watch the video and hear the song below. 

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