7 Rings Song By Ariana Grande
"7 Rings" (stylized in all lowercase) is a track recorded by American singer Ariana Grande for her fifth studio album Thank U, Next (2019). The track was written by Grande, Victoria Monét, Tayla Parx, Njomza Vitia, and Kaydence alongside its producers Tommy Brown, Charles Anderson, and Michael Foster. It comprises an interpolation of "My Favorite Things" by Rodgers and Hammerstein, thus each is additionally credited as songwriters. It was launched by Republic Records on January 18, 2019, as the second single from the album. The music video, directed by Hannah Lux Davis, accompanied its launch that day. A remix that includes American rapper 2 Chainz was launched on February 1, 2019.
"7 Rings" debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Grande her second number-one single, the place it spent eight non-consecutive weeks atop the chart, turning into her longest-running number-one single so far. As well as, the one can also be Grande's longest chart runner on the Hot 100 so far, spending 33 consecutive weeks earlier than dropping out. The tune additionally topped the charts in 19 international locations and reached the top 10 in 10 international locations. "7 Rings" was nominated for Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance on the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.
Just a few weeks previous to the track's launch, Republic Records contacted Imagem/Concord Music, who owns the Rodgers & Hammerstein publishing rights, and agreed to provide them 90 % of the tune's songwriting royalties, with the intention to purchase the rights to launch the tune. Grande first teased the song within the music video for "Thank U, Subsequent", wherein the primary few seconds of the instrumental are used within the opening sequence, and the license plate of the automotive she drives reads "7 RINGS". The day after the video was launched, Grande confirmed the existence of "7 Rings" and revealed the moment that inspired it on Twitter.
The singer described the tune as "a friendship anthem", later posting the single's paintings on Instagram together with its launch date, January 18.
"7 Rings" is a trap-pop, R&B, and rap tune that runs for two minutes and 58 seconds. It options heavy bass and sees Grande focuses on "how world success has allowed her to benefit from the finer issues". Billboard magazine noted it is "the most hip-hop-leaning song Grande has released in the post-Sweetener era yet, with Grande almost rapping the song's verses".
The track channels the melody of The Sound of Music's "My Favorite Things" within the verses: "Breakfast at Tiffany's/And bottles of bubbles/Girls with tattoos who like getting in trouble/Lashes and diamonds, ATM machines/Buy myself all of my favorite things". The tune additionally interpolates The Notorious B.I.G.'s "Gimme the Loot" in the bridge.
Grande described the tune as a "friendship anthem" that "evolves" from an earlier single "Thank U, Subsequent" whereas embracing a brand new chapter. She opens up about how her breakup with Pete Davidson led her to "treating her friends instead".
"7 Rings" is written in the important thing of C# minor infrequent time with a tempo of 70 beats per minute. The tune comprises rapping segments nevertheless within the singing elements, Grande's vocals span from G#three to C#5.
The tune obtained combined opinions. Rolling Stone's Brittany Spanos was optimistic of "7 Rings", calling it "dangerously fun, and as deliciously intoxicating as the champagne at Tiffany’s with all your best bitches." Jamieson Cox from Pitchfork was combined in her assessment, stated the tune "[is] a letdown given all of the hype. This is The Sound of Music's "My Favorite Things" as flipped by Regina George, and its sneering tone is a far cry from Sweetener's benevolence…" Markos Papadatos from Digital Journal praised Grande's vocals as "smooth and crystalline with a retro vibe to it" and stated Grande has proven "consistency with the radio singles that she has put out, and each song stands out from a sonic and lyrical standpoint. "7 rings" is no different." The Atlantic's editor Spencer Kornhaber criticized the tune, writing "[the single] is raising hackles because it regresses to a more cartoonish, and imitative, use of black music than she's done before (not to mention the video's evocation of Japanese kawaii). She's wearing the culture as a costume—or even as a joke—not unlike white frat guys putting on fake grills for a "ratchet" party."
The video begins with an intro and pink undertone, exterior a home that concerned different sounds reminiscent of police sirens and helicopters, whereas on the identical time displaying many ladies posing on automobiles and caressing one another. Then it exhibits the title saying "7 Rings" (additionally stylized as 七つのリング). The tune then begins with Grande exterior displaying a far shot displaying Grande and lots of different girls, which then transitions to Grande within the kitchen with added pink LED lights around her. She is proven sporting jewelry around her neck, ears, and a few on her hair. She additionally sports activities pink hair extensions. The scene then strikes to a celebration that exhibits Grande and backup dancers dancing, and ingesting wine. Afterward, the subsequent scene depicts Grande in the entrance of a tower of plastic-glass cups which can be all crammed with water. The scene after exhibits Grande pouring a wine bottle over them and in addition displaying Grande's real-life pals together with Alexa Luria and singer/songwriter Victoria Monét (who additionally contributed songwriting to the monitor). The following scene then exhibits Grande laying down on the staircase with Rapunzel-inspired ponytail, additionally signifying her ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson's residence. Whereas additionally nonetheless displaying scenes earlier within the video, a scene additionally exhibits Grande pouring a wine bottle over the tower of cups which finally ends up falling. The following scene includes a Barbie-inspired home displaying Grande in a pink latex outfit (just like Harmful Lady). It then exhibits Grande ripping the wallpaper giving availability for her to peek inside. The ultimate change is of Grande in a room with inexperienced lights giving resemblance to Depraved. The ultimate scenes are of Grande exterior with all her pals and backup dancers together with her canine Toulouse. In conclusion, it exhibits Grande saying "My bitches proper right here" which results in the ending of the music video.
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