Ariana Grande and Social House Have a Complicated Relationship in the "Boyfriend" Music Video

We've said it before, but Ariana Grande really doesn't waste her time. Teaming up with long-time collaborators Social House — who produced chart-topping singles "Thank U, Next" and "7 Rings" — Grande just dropped a single and music video for her newest moody bop, "Boyfriend." The single comes fresh off the heels of her back-to-back albums Sweetener and Thank U, Next (which she's still dropping music videos from).

The Grammy winner had been teasing the release since July 24, posting photos and snippets of the video on her Instagram page and giving us bits of the lyrics. The full video shows Grande dealing with jealousy over her "not-boyfriend," played by one half of Social House, and lamenting the push and pull of their complicated relationship. "But you don't want me to see nobody else / and I don't want you to see nobody," the singer croons as the two battle their green-eyed monsters, fantasizing about taking out their competition through some outrageous means. (Who knew seeing Grande with a bow and arrow would be so exhilarating?)

And while we will definitely be singing this song all throughout the weekend to come, we also cannot help but notice how good Grande looks in this video! Obviously, her Fall/Winter Givenchy campaign will be giving fans some eye candy to go with her musical blessings. Check out the video above, as well as all the teases Grande dropped for fans ahead of the release.

Ariana Grande's Instagram Teases

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Ariana Grande's "Boyfriend" Music Video