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Ariana Grande & Mariah Carey Deliver A Diva’s Dream With New ‘Yes, And?’ Remix: Stream It Now

The two vocal powerhouses have teamed up for a reimagining of Grande's latest Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit. Get all the details.

Mariah Carey and Ariana Grande perform during Mariah Carey's "Merry Christmas One And All!" at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 9, 2023 in New York City.

Mariah Carey and Ariana Grande perform during Mariah Carey's "Merry Christmas One And All!" at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 9, 2023 in New York City.

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With less than a month to go before Eternal Sunshine takes over the world (Mar. 8), Ariana Grande is keeping her attention on “Yes, And?” — and she’s tapped a certifiable legend to breathe new life into the song. Marking their second official collaboration, Ariana Grande and Mariah Carey have teamed up for a new “Yes, And?” remix.

Released to digital streaming platforms on Friday (Feb. 16), the new version of Grande’s latest Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper arrives after a few days of teasing via her official Instagram page, Carey’s official Instagram page, and the @sweetener account Grande has been relaying album-related news on since 2018.


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After teasing a special announcement via her Instagram Story earlier this week (Feb. 13), Grande confirmed Carey’s appearance on the “Yes, And?” remix with a Feb. 14 post captioned, “Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this dream come true and for sprinkling your brilliance and magic on my little song @mariahcarey. [It] means more to me than [I] could ever possibly articulate and [I] cannot wait for everyone to hear this! [I] love you eternally!!!!!!!”

Mariah returned the love in Grande’s comment section, writing, “Darling angel, I am so effing excited to be joining you on the yes, and? remix!! This is such a magical moment!! Love you ❤️ MC.”

The two vocal powerhouses first team up for a track back in 2020. Alongside EGOT winner Jennifer Hudson, Carey and Grande updated “Oh Santa!” — a single from Carey’s Merry Christmas II You (2010). That track, which delighted fans in its union of two artists (Carey and Grande) than have been unfairly pit against each other in the past, came complete with a glitzy music video. The three divas delivered the first joint live performance at the song last month (Dec. 9) at Madison Square Garden during the New York stop on Carey’s Merry Christmas One & All! tour.

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In January (chart dated Jan. 27), “Yes, And?” debuted atop the Hot 100, marking Grande’s eighth career No. 1 single. The house-indebted bop serves as the lead single from Eternal Sunshine, her forthcoming seventh solo studio album, which serves as her first LP since 2020’s Billboard 200-topping Positions.

Stream Ariana Grande and Mariah Carey’s “Yes, And?” remix now!

This article was originally published by Billboard U.S.

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