Here Are the Lyrics to Ariana Grande’s ‘Positions’

Ariana Grande’s sultry song “Positions” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week (chart dated Nov. 7), making her the first artist with five No. 1 debuts in the chart’s history. And that’s not the only domain she reigns over.

In the official music video that premiered hours after the final presidential debate for the 2020 election, the pop star took over the White House as the President of the United States.

Check out the lyrics and music video below.

Heaven sent you to me
I’m just hoping I don’t repeat history

Boy, I’m tryna meet your mama on a Sunday
Then make a lotta love on a Monday (ah)
Never need no (no), no one else, babe
‘Cause I’ll be

Switchin’ the positions for you
Cookin’ in the kitchen and I’m in the bedroom
I’m in the Olympics, way I’m jumping through hoops
Know my love infinite, nothin’ I wouldn’t do
That I won’t do, switchin’ for

Perfect, perfect
You’re too good to be true (you’re too good to be true)
But I get tired of runnin’
F— it, now I’m runnin’ with you, with you

Said, boy I’m tryna meet your mama on a Sunday
Then make a lotta love on a Monday (ah)
Never need no (no), no one else, babe
‘Cause I’ll be

Switchin’ the positions for you
Cookin’ in the kitchen and I’m in the bedroom
I’m in the Olympics, way I’m jumping through hoops
Know my love infinite, nothin’ I wouldn’t do
That I won’t do, switchin’ for you
Cookin’ in the kitchen and I’m in the bedroom
I’m in the Olympics, way I’m jumping through hoops
Know my love infinite, nothin’ I wouldn’t do
That I won’t do, switchin’ for you

This some sh– that I usually don’t do (yeah)
But for you I kinda, kinda want to
‘Cause you’re down for me and I’m down too (and I’m down too)
Yeah, I’m down too
Switchin’ the positions for you
This some sh– that I (yeah) usually don’t do (don’t do)
But for you I kinda, kinda want to
‘Cause you’re down for me and I’m down too

Switchin’ the positions for you
Cookin’ in the kitchen and I’m in the bedroom
I’m in the Olympics, way I’m jumping through hoops
Know my love infinite, nothin’ I wouldn’t do
That I won’t do, switchin’ for you
Cookin’ in the kitchen and I’m in the bedroom
I’m in the Olympics, way I’m jumping through hoops
Know my love infinite, nothin’ I wouldn’t do
That I won’t do, switchin’ for you

Yeah
Ah, yeah
Ah, yeah

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Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Written by: Ariana Grande, James Jarvis, Angelina Barrett, London Tyler Holmes, Thomas Lee Brown, Steven Franks, Nija Aisha-Alayja Charles

The Weeknd Earns His First Adult Contemporary No. 1 With ‘Blinding Lights’

The Weeknd achieves his first No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary radio airplay chart, as “Blinding Lights” rises to No. 1 on the survey dated Nov. 7.

He had previously peaked as high as No. 13 with his first two entries, “Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)” and “Can’t Feel My Face,” both in 2015.

“Lights,” released on XO/Republic Records, adds to shining chart history, as it leads the multi-metric Hot R&B Songs chart for a record-extending 33rd week and spends a record-padding 31st frame in the Billboard Hot 100’s top five, after four weeks at No. 1. It also ruled Radio Songs for an unprecedented 26 weeks and crowned Adult Pop Songs for 20 weeks, the most ever for a song by a lead soloist.

The track additionally topped the Pop Songs airplay chart for six weeks and this week spends its record-breaking 46th frame on the survey. It bests the 45-week runs of five other hits (most recently Harry Styles’ “Adore You”).

The Weeknd concurrently debuts his newest AC charted title, as “In Your Eyes” opens at No. 29. Originally released, with “Lights,” on his album After Hours, the song is being promoted to AC radio via a version featuring Kenny G.

As for the sax star, Kenny G adds his 27th AC entry, dating to his first, “Songbird,” in 1987. That song became his first of 10 top 10s on the tally, a sum that includes two No. 1s, both in 1993: “Forever in Love” and “By the Time This Night Is Over,” the latter featuring Peabo Bryson.

Kenny G is the second artist to have debuted at least one song on the AC chart in the ’80s, ’90s, 2000s, ’10s and ’20s, following Barry Manilow, whose streak dates back to the ’70s. (Chicago has also appeared on AC from the ’70s through the ’20s, with a 2019 holiday track that remained on the ranking this January. Whitney Houston and Richard Marx also extended their AC histories from the ’80s through the ’20s with songs that debuted last year and charted into 2020.)

Lana Del Rey Pushes Back ‘Chemtrails Over the Country Club,’ Promises Another Album by Christmas

Lana Del Rey has good news and bad news for her fans. The bad news is that she’s delaying the release of her upcoming album Chemtrails Over the Country Club by 16 weeks.

The good news? She’s planning to release a record filled with “American standards and classics for Christmas” to tide them over.

In an Instagram Live on Tuesday (Nov. 3), Del Rey posted up with her friend at a Denny’s restaurant while the two kept abreast of any more votes coming in for the 2020 election. And in the thick of the anticipation last night, she dropped her own bombshell announcement.

Chemtrails Over the Country Club… 16-week delay on the vinyl process,” she said in the three-minute IGTV clip posted later. “So in the meantime, I’m going to give you a digital record of American standards and classics for Christmas, because I can’t get the record plants to open until March 5th.”

Del Rey also recorded an acapella version of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” yesterday for a documentary about Liverpool FCThe track originated from the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical Carousel, but the notorious 1963 cover by Gerry & The Pacemakers has served as the longtime anthem of the Premier League champs and soccer fans.

The 35-year-old singer-songwriter released “Let Me Love You Like a Woman” as the first single ahead of Chemtrails on Oct. 16. She assured in the IG clip that she has finished her upcoming album and that “it’s folky, it’s beautiful, it’s super different from Norman [F—ing Rockwell].”

Britney Spears Asks Court to Remove Dad as Co-Conservator of Her Estate

Britney Spears’ attorney is asking the court to immediately remove the singer’s father, James Spears, as co-conservator of Britney’s estate.

The iconic pop star’s court-appointed lawyer Samuel Ingham says in court papers filed Nov. 3 that if James is allowed to retain his position, it will cause “Britney to suffer loss and injury.” Ingham asks the court to remove James as soon as the singer’s new conservator, Bessemer Trust, is appointed.

Ingham filed the motion in a Los Angeles court after Britney learned Oct. 28 through a letter from James’ lawyer that her longtime business manager, Lou Taylor of Tri-Star Sports and Entertainment Group, had resigned without giving her any notice. Instead of informing Britney, her father allegedly hired Britney a new business manager, Michael Kane of Miller Kaplan. Britney’s attorney says his client has not been given any information on how much she would be paying this new business manager nor the terms of his employment.

After being made aware of Kane’s appointment, Ingham informed Judge Brenda Penny, who is overseeing the singer’s case, that Britney does not want her father to continue to serve as the co-conservator of her estate. Britney is asking the judge to appoint Bessemer Trust Company in his place. In addition, Britney was also not pleased that James’ legal team asked in his letter to have Britney’s estate account stay at City National Bank until Bessemer was in place. Ingham describes the Oct. 28 letter as a “blatant attempt by James to try to retain full functional control of her assets, books and records in the face of Britney’s objections, TriStar’s resignation and the appointment of Bessemer Trust.”

“The suggestion that James will hold onto Britney’s assets even after Bessemer Trust is appointed gives rise to a very serious concern as to the safety of Britney’s estate,” Ingham wrote in the 10-page court filing. “Under any circumstances, having an outside accounting firm retain control of the record keeping function for the conservatorship rather than Bessemer Trust is completely inappropriate.”

Ingham is asking the judge to appoint a neutral corporate fiduciary to control Britney’s books and records, which he refers to as an “honest broker.”

A hearing has been set for Nov. 10 at 1:30 p.m. PT before Judge Penny on whether to grant Britney’s request.

Billboard has reached out to James Spears’ attorney for comment but has not heard back as of press time.

Justin Bieber & J Balvin Get in the ‘Mood’ for Official Remix With 24kGoldn & Iann Dior

24kGoldn and iann dior are on a high after “Mood” skyrocketed to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 last month. Now all-stars Justin Bieber and J Balvin are hopping on for the official remix.

After teasing a “Mood” remix in a behind-the-scenes clip for his Billboard October Chartbreaker interview, 24kGoldn finally announced today (Nov. 4) that it was coming out on Friday, Nov. 6, by posting an animated cover of the four artists.

Bieber reposted the 19-year-old rapper’s tweet and shared the pre-save and pre-add link whyualwaysinamood.com, which got 24kGoldn in the best mood. “Man i love u,” he replied.

This marks the Biebs and J Balvin’s second official collaboration following the “Sorry” remix from the pop star’s 2015 album Purpose. Earlier this year, Bieber was seen filming the music video for “La Bomba,” the Spanish-language single that he teased during an episode of his Seasons YouTube Originals docuseries. Although it never made it to the final cut of his 2020 album ChangesTMZ reported the standalone single features the Colombian reggaeton singer, who’s also managed by Scooter Braun.

Erika Jayne & Tom Girardi Split After 21 Years of Marriage

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne is filing for divorce from husband Tom Girardi after 21 years of marriage.

“After much consideration, I have decided to end my marriage to Tom Girardi,” the dance-pop singer told E! News, “This is not a step taken lightly or easily. I have great love and respect for Tom and for our years and the lives we built together.”

“It is my absolute wish to proceed through this process with respect and with the privacy that both Tom and I deserved,” she continued. “I request others give us that privacy as well.”

Jayne, 41, met Girardi, 81, when she was a cocktail waitress at Chasen’s in West Hollywood. Six months later, the two were engaged and tied the knot in 1999. She was previously married to Thomas Zizzo, and the two share 26-year-old son Tommy.

The singer has nine No. 1 hits on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.

Biden Wins Michigan: Big Sean, Sara Bareilles & More Celebs Rejoice

Joe Biden won the battleground state of Michigan on Wednesday afternoon (Nov. 4) with a lead of about 120,000 votes, granting the Democratic nominee 16 electoral votes in the tight presidential race.

Biden, who has received more than 71 million votes, the most in history, is at 264 electoral votes at the time of publication, just one state away from passing the necessary 270 to win the election against President Donald Trump.

The rising hope after the big win in the Great Lake State has caused celebrities like Detroit native Big Sean, Sara Bareilles and more to take to social media with excitement.

See below.