12 Hot Ariana Grande Collabs That Will Make You Say, "We Can Just Dance to This"

Ariana Grande just keeps dropping music on the world that gets better and better. Though some of her biggest hits have been born out of hard times, we're still loving the music nonetheless. We can't stop listening to "Thank U, Next" at the moment, but can we also talk about how many epic bangers she's collaborated on?

Grande's got so many hot collaborations, and it was hard to narrow it down to our 12 favorites, but we did it. There are several with Nicki Minaj, because let's be real, that duo is practically flawless. But there are also some songs on here that you might have forgotten even existed, or never heard at all! Scroll through to hear them all.

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Troye Sivan, "Dance to This"

This track that appears on Sivan's Bloom album has a fun beat that definitely lives up to its name.

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Jessie J and Nicki Minaj, "Bang Bang"

Grande has several collaborations with Minaj, but in this anthem, the two of them join Jessie J to belt it out.

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Mac Miller, "The Way"

"The Way," Grande's 2013 collaboration with Miller, whom she later dated, is on her debut album Yours Truly.

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Mika, "Popular Song"

This nod to "Popular" from Wicked with Mika is a fun tune that appears on his album The Origin of Love.

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Zedd, "Break Free"

This fun track with Zedd was a trip into the EDM world for Grande, and the result is an actual jam.

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Andrea Bocelli, "E Piu Ti Penso"

Hear me out on this one: this song with Bocelli really shows off Grande's singing ability and is an absolutely beautiful rendition.

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Nicki Minaj, "Side to Side"

I'm going to make a bold claim here and say that some of Grande's absolute best songs are collaborations with Minaj, and "Side to Side" is evidence of that.

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Iggy Azalea, "Problem"

Grande teamed up with Azalea on this song that led her album My Everything in 2014.

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Missy Elliott, "Borderline"

Any track that includes Elliott is a win in my book, and this one on Sweetener is a bop.

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Nicki Minaj, "Bed"

Minaj tapped Grande for help again on "Bed," which she put on her album Queen. They slow it down in this one and give you a tune you can groove to, if you know what I mean.

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Nathan Sykes, "Almost Is Never Enough"

Grande's voice melds with Sykes's in this duet in the most beautiful way, which makes it one of her best collabs to date.

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Pharrell Williams, "Blazed"

"Blazed" may be a song dedicated to Grande's love of former fiance Pete Davidson, but it remains a great song with Williams regardless.