"So Proud Of You!" Ariana Grande's New Song 'Focus' Got First Capital Play & You LOVED It

30 October 2015, 08:19

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The teasers have had us foaming at the mouth but we finally got to hear the track in all it's full glory - and you guys couldn't get enough.

We've been waiting what feels like YEARS for Ariana Grande's new song 'Focus' but it was worth the wait - the track got it's first play on Capital this morning (Friday 30th October) and you #Arianators couldn't get enough of it! 

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You guys let us know exactly how much you liked it on Twitter - and we already can't get that catchy chorus out of our heads! 

Earlier this week the US star revealed a short clip on her Twitter account to whet fans' appetites, showing off her newly dyed hair in the process! Looking good, lady!

And let's not forget the a cappella which basically sounded INCREDIBLE.

"I know you're hoping that I'll react, I know you're hoping I'm looking back," Ariana sings. 'But if my real ain't real enough, then I dunno what is."


A video posted by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) onOct 21, 2015 at 9:36am PDT


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Earlier this month Ari also posted an even longer snippet on Instagram of the first cut from her new album 'Moonlight'.


twenty four days til focus "1....2...3.... cmon girls"

A video posted by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) onOct 6, 2015 at 8:41am PDT

Check out the original 'Focus' teaser below:

“Ain’t no need to hold it back, go ahead and talk ya s**t. I know you’re hoping that I’ll react, I know you’re hoping I’m looking back,” Ariana also posted to teaser the song lyrics. “But if my real ain’t real enough, then I don’t know what is.”

We've yet to hear much about what else will be on her new album 'Moonlight', but Ari previously said that she thinks of it as an evolution of her sound so far. She told Access Hollywood, "It’s my best album yet, it’s like an evolution! It’s like a progression and it feels very me, but it feels like a more evolved version, it’s a little more forward.”

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