Ariana Grande Adds Backing Vocals To Social House's New Song 'Haunt You'

By Hayden Brooks

June 14, 2019

Ariana Grande might not be releasing another single from thank u, next, but the pop titan has been in the studio and that's evident by her backing vocals on Social House's new single, "Haunt You."

The track, which dropped on Friday (June 14), hears the 25-year-old add her background touch behind Michael "Mikey" Foster and Charles "Scootie" Anderson's main vocal. "How do I measure up to heights you've been to/ How could I ever love you like you're meant to/ How could a view of my skies/ Light your temple," Anderson croons over acoustic backing as the pop titan's repeats the phrase "haunt you" in the background. The collaboration is a fitting way to return the love, especially after the duo helped produce "thank u, next" and "7 rings."

"For me, 'Haunt You' is about making the best of the time you have with loved ones regardless of the circumstances because time is something you’ll NEVER get back," Anderson said in a statement. Meanwhile, Foster described the three-minute track as a song "about appreciating the beauty in the things you love, even if they’re no longer yours." "Haunt You" is set to be part of the duo's new EP, which is scheduled for release on August 2.

Social House is currently opening up for Grande's "Sweetener World Tour," so there might be a chance that the trio hit the stage to perform the new track. Click here for a full list of tour dates!

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