List of songs recorded by Ariana Grande

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American singerAriana Grande's music career began in 2011 when she contributed vocals for the soundtrack albums of the Nickelodeon TV sitcom, Victorious, in which she also starred from 2010 to 2013.[1] Three soundtrack albums were released between 2011 and 2012.[2][3][4] In 2011 Grande also began to work as an independent artist outside of the show. Her debut single "Put Your Hearts Up", a bubblegum pop song, was released the same year. Grande later called it "inauthentic and fake" and described it as "the worst moment of my life"; she hid the video on her Vevo account.[5] After expressing disappointment with the song, Republic Records gave Grande more creative control over the production of her debut album.[5]

Yours Truly was released in September 2013.[6] It was preceded by the release of the first single, an R&B song called "The Way" featuring Mac Miller.[7] The song was written by Miller, Harmony Samuels, Amber Streeter, Al Sherrod Lambert, Brenda Russell and American recording artist Jordin Sparks.[8] Follow-up singles included the 1990s-R&B-influenced "Baby I",[9][10] and "Right There" featuring Big Sean, which Grande stated served as a sequel to "The Way".[11] Grande worked with Babyface on the album's opener "Honeymoon Avenue" and recorded a duet with Nathan Sykes called "Almost Is Never Enough".[8] Christmas Kisses, Grande's first EP, was released in December 2013.[12] The EP, which only included four songs, was primarily christmas music, and featured collaboration with Elizabeth Gillies.

Grande's second studio album, My Everything, was released in August 2014.[13] The lead single, "Problem" featured Iggy Azalea and Big Sean (uncredited) and incorporated elements of jazz and funk. "Break Free" is an EDM song produced by Zedd; it is a genre which Grande revealed she never thought she would venture into, but the experience caused her to only want to record dance songs.[14] "Break Your Heart Right Back", featuring Childish Gambino, utilized two samples: "Mo Money Mo Problems" by The Notorious B.I.G. and "I'm Coming Out" by Diana Ross.[8] Other contributing songwriters and producers on My Everything included Ryan Tedder and David Guetta, who composed "One Last Time", and Harry Styles former member of British boyband One Direction, who co-wrote "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart".[8] In November 2014, Grande was featured on Major Lazer's song "All My Love", which was included on the soundtrack to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.[15] The same month, Grande released a Christmas song titled "Santa Tell Me".[16]

Grande's third studio album Dangerous Woman, was released in May 2016.[citation needed] Work for the album, originally titled Moonlight, began and continued throughout 2015. "Focus", released in October of the previous year, was intended to be the album's lead single, however the "stabbing big-band brass" track was later scrapped from its track list.[17][18] The song would later serve as a bonus track on the Japanese release of the album.[19][20] Grande replaced it with the title track, which incorporated an arena rock chorus and a guitar solo during its bridge, followed by "Into You" and "Side To Side", featuring Nicki Minaj, a dancehall and reggae-pop song. Promotional singles included "Be Alright" and "Let Me Love You" featuring Lil Wayne.[21][22] The album also featured collaborations with Macy Gray and Future, who was featured on the fourth and final single, "Everyday", released in January 2017.[citation needed] The album debuted in the top ten positions in the majority of the countries charts it entered.

Grande's fourth studio album, Sweetener was released in August 2018 with universal acclaim. The lead single "No Tears Left to Cry" which incorporated a UK garage beat was released in April 2018, followed by "God Is a Woman", a dominantly mid-tempo pop song with trap elements, in July 2018. Grande also teamed up with Nicki Minaj in "The Light Is Coming", serving as the sole promotional single in June 2018. "Breathin", a dance-pop song containing influences of synth-pop was released as the third single in September 2018. Sonically, Sweetener explores different experimental themes, incorporating mostly pop, R&B, and trap songs along with elements of house, funk, neo soul and hip-hop. Tropical house, EDM, synthpop and minimalist urban influences are also seen on its beats and productions.[23] Missy Elliott and Pharrell Williams served as collaborators on the album on songs such as "Borderline", a 90's contemporary R&B track, and "Blazed", a high tempo song with a funk-influenced beat. Commercially, the album entered the top ten in multiple nations worldwide while breaking several of Grande's personal records.

Grande's fifth studio album, Thank U, Next, was released in February 2019. It peaked at 1 on the billboard 200 for 2 weeks. It spawned the number 1 hits "Thank U, Next" and "7 Rings" and the number 2 hit "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored". With this, Grande became the only artist since the Beatles to have multiple songs on the top 3 spots on the Hot 100. Additionally, all of the songs from the album charted within the top 50 as well. This time around, Grande opted to work with friends, such as frequent contributors Victoria Monét, Max Martin, Ilya and Tommy Brown. The album was completed in 6 months.

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George Michael wrote "Last Christmas," which was covered by Grande.
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Nathan Sykes of British boyband The Wanted appears as a featured artist on "Almost Is Never Enough".
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Nicki Minaj collaborated with Grande for "Bang Bang", "Side to Side", "The Light Is Coming" and "Bad to You". Grande also features on Minaj's song "Get on Your Knees" and "Bed"
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Zedd produced "Break Free" for Grande and appears as a featured artist.
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Victoria Monet co-wrote several of Grande's songs, especially those from Thank U, Next. She and Grande collaborated on "Monopoly" and "Got Her Own".
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Iggy Azalea appears as a featured artist on "Problem".
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Grande and Big Sean recorded three songs together: "Best Mistake", "Research" and "Right There".
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Elizabeth Gillies, Grande's personal friend, appeared in several songs with Grande, including those from the Victorious soundtrack, as well as their Broadway musical 13, and covered Santa Baby.
Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Song released as a promotional single Indicates promotional single release
Songs recorded by Grande
Song name Artist(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"5 Fingaz to the Face" Victorious Cast Allan Grigg
Leon Thomas III
Travis Garland
Victorious 2.0 2012 [3]
"7 Rings" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Victoria Monét
Tayla Parx
Njomza Vitia
Kimberly Krysiuk
Tommy Brown
Michael Foster
Charles Anderson
Richard Rodgers
Oscar Hammerstein II
Thank U, Next 2019
"13 / Becoming a Man" 13 Original Broadway Cast Jason Robert Brown 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) 2009
"Adore" dagger Cashmere Cat featuring Ariana Grande Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Jeremih Felton
Magnus August Høiberg
Benjamin Levin
Peder Losnegard
Ammar Malik
Daryl Simmons
Non-album single 2015 [24]
"All My Love" Major Lazer featuring Ariana Grande Ella Yelich-O'Connor
Ariana Grande
Karen Marie Ørsted
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 2014 [15]
"Almost Is Never Enough" Hash-tag Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes Harmony Samuels
H. "Carmen Reece" Culvar
Al Sherrod Lambert
Moses Ayo Samuels
Olaniyi Michael Akinkunm
Ariana Grande
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"Arturo Sandoval" Hash-tag Arturo Sandoval and Pharrell Williams
featuring Ariana Grande
Arturo Sandoval
Pharrell Williams
Ultimate Duets 2018
"Baby I" dagger Ariana Grande Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Antonio Dixon
Patrick "J. Que" Smith
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"Bad Decisions" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Bad Idea" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Thank U, Next 2019
"Bad to You" Ariana Grande, Normani and Nicki Minaj Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Brandon "Bizzy" Hollemon
Danny Schofield
Charlie's Angels 2019
"Bang Bang" dagger Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj Max Martin
Rickard Göransson
Savan Kotecha
Onika Maraj
Sweet Talker
and
My Everything
2014 [26]
"Be Alright" Hash-tag Ariana Grande Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Nick Audino
Lewis Hughes
Khaled Rohaim
Willie Tafa
Ariana Grande
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Be My Baby" Ariana Grande featuring Cashmere Cat Magnus August Høiberg
Theron Thomas
Timothy Thomas
Peder Losnegård
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Beauty and the Beast" Ariana Grande and John Legend Howard Ashman
Alan Menken
Beauty and the Beast: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2017
"Bed" dagger Nicki Minaj featuring Ariana Grande Dwayne Chin-Quee
Gamal Lewis
Onika Maraj
Ariana Grande
Queen 2018
"Best Mistake" Hash-tag Ariana Grande featuring Big Sean Ariana Grande
Sean Anderson
Denisea "Blu June" Andrews
Brittany Coney
Dwane Weir II
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Better Days" Victoria Monét featuring Ariana Grande Victoria McCants
Ariana Grande
Non-album single 2016
"Better Left Unsaid" Ariana Grande Harmony Samuels
Courtney Harrell
Al Sherrod Lambert
Moses Ayo Samuels
Olaniyi Mich
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"Better Off" Ariana Grande Chauncey Hollis
Kim "Kaydence" Krysiuk
Brian Malik Baptiste
Tommy Brown
Ariana Grande
Sweetener 2018
"Blazed" Ariana Grande featuring Pharrell Williams Pharrell Williams
Maxine Colon
Sweetener 2018
Bloodline Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Thank U, Next 2019
"Borderline" Ariana Grande featuring Missy Elliott Pharrell Williams
Melissa Arnette Elliott
Sweetener 2018
"Boyfriend" dagger Ariana Grande and Social House Ariana Grande

Edgar Barrera
Steven Franks
Tommy Brown
Michael Foster
Charles Anderson

Everything Changed... 2019 [28]
"Boys Like You" dagger Who Is Fancy featuring Meghan Trainor and Ariana Grande Bob DiPiero
Jason Gantt
Jake Hagood
J.R. Rotem
Non-album single 2015 [29]
"Brand New You" Brynn Williams, Ariana Grande, Caitlin Gann and 13 Original Broadway Cast Jason Robert Brown 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) 2009 [30]
"Break Free" dagger Ariana Grande featuring Zedd Zedd
Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Kandi Burruss
Kevin "She'kspere" Briggs
Thank U, Next 2019
"Break Your Heart Right Back" Ariana Grande featuring Childish Gambino Kirby Dockery
Andrew "Pop" Wansel
Warren "Oak" Felder
Donald Glover
Bernard Edwards
Nile Rodgers
Steven Jordan
Christopher Wallace
Sean Combs
Mason Betha
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Breathin" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Peter Svensson
Sweetener 2018
"Cadillac Song" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Travis Sayles
Leon Sylvers
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Come So Far (Got So Far to Go)" Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson Marc Shaiman Hairspray Live! (Original Soundtrack of the NBC Television Event) 2016 [31]
"Congratulations" Mac Miller
featuring Bilal
Malcom McCormick
Bilal Oliver
Aja Grant
The Divine Feminine 2016
"Dance to This" dagger Troye Sivan featuring Ariana Grande Troye Mellet
Brett McLaughlin
Oscar Holter
Jonnali Mikaela Parmenius
Bloom 2018
"Dangerous Woman" dagger Ariana Grande Johan Carlsson
Ross Golan
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Daydreamin'" Ariana Grande Matt Squire
Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"December" Ariana Grande Thomas Lee Brown
Michael Foster
Steven Franks
Ariana Grande
Victoria McCants
Travis Sayles
Ryan Matthew Tedder
Christmas & Chill 2015 [32]
"Don't Be Gone Too Long" Chris Brown featuring Ariana Grande Chris Brown
Ariana Grande
Michael McHenry
Ryan Buendia
Kyle Edwards
Jean Baptiste
Cathy Dennis
Scott Hoffman
Clarence Coffee, Jr.
X 2014 [33]
"Don't Call Me Angel" dagger Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey Alma-Sofia Miettinen
Ariana Grande
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Lana Del Rey
Max Martin
Miley Cyrus
Savan Kotecha
Charlie's Angels 2019 [34]
"Don't You (Forget About Me)" Victoria Justice and Victorious Cast Keith Forsey
Steve Schiff
Victorious 2.0: More Music from the Hit TV Show 2012 [3]
"E Più Ti Penso" dagger Andrea Bocelli and Ariana Grande Ennio Morricone
Mogol
Tony Renis
Cinema 2015 [35]
"Everyday" dagger Ariana Grande featuring Future Ariana Grande
Savan Kotecha
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Nayvadius Wilburn
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
Everytime Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Max Martin
Sweetener 2018
"Faith" dagger Stevie Wonder
featuring Ariana Grande
Ryan Benjamin Tedder
Benjamin Levin
Francis Farewell Starlite
Sing: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2016 [36]
"Fake Smile" Ariana Grande Andrew Wansel
Nathan Perez
Priscilla Renea
Kennedi Lykken
Justin Tranter
Ariana Grande
Joseph W. Frierson
Mary Lou Frierson
Thank U, Next 2019
"Focus" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Savan Kotecha
Peter Svensson
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Dangerous Woman
(Japanese edition)
2015 [37]
"Get on Your Knees" Nicki Minaj
featuring Ariana Grande
Onika Maraj
Katy Perry
Chloe Angelides
Lukasz Gottwald
Sarah Hudson
Jacob Kasher Hindlin
Henry Walter
The Pinkprint 2014 [38]
"Get Well Soon" Ariana Grande Pharrell Williams
Ariana Grande
Sweetener 2018
Ghostin Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Victoria Monét
Tayla Parx
Thank U, Next 2019
"Give It Up" Victorious Cast
featuring Elizabeth Gillies and Ariana Grande
CJ Abraham
Dan Schneider
Michael Corcoran
Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show 2011 [2]
"God Is a Woman" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Rickard Göransson
Sweetener 2018
Goodnight n Go Ariana Grande Michael Foster
Ariana Grande
Victoria McCants
Tommy Brown
Charles Anderson
Sweetener 2018
"Got Her Own" Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét Ariana Grande
Victoria Monét
Tommy Brown
Travis Sayles
Tayla Parx
Steven Franks
Charlie's Angels 2019
"Greedy" Ariana Grande Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Alexander Kronlund
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Hands on Me" Ariana Grande featuring A$AP Ferg Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins
Alicia Renee Williams
Adrianne Birge
Darold Ferguson, Jr.
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Haunt You" Social House Anton Göransson
Charles Anderson
Isabella Sjostrand
Michael Foster
Tommy Brown
Everything Changed... 2019 [39]
"Heatstroke" dagger Calvin Harris featuring Young Thug, Pharrell Williams and Ariana Grande Pharrell Williams
Brittany Talia Hazzard
Jeffery Lamar Williams
Calvin Harris
Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 2017
"Honeymoon Avenue" Ariana Grande Antonio Dixon
Dennis "Aganee" Jenkins
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Khristopher Riddick-Tynes
Leon Thomas III
Maurice Wade
Roahn Hylton
Thomas Lee Brown
Travis Sayles
Victoria McCants
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"How I Look on You" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Charlie's Angels 2019
"I Don't Care" Ariana Grande Tommy Brown
Travis Sayles
Steven Franks
Ryan Matthew Tedder
Michael Foster
Victoria McCants
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"I Want You Back" Victorious Cast and Victoria Justice The Corporation Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show 2011 [2]
"Imagine" Hash-tag Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Andrew "Pop" Wansel
Jameel Roberts
Nathan Perez
Priscilla Renea
Thank U, Next 2018
In My Head Ariana Grande Andrew Wansel
Ariana Grande
Nathan Perez
Brittany Chi Coney
Denisia Andrews
Lindel Deon Nelson Jr
Jameel Roberts
Thank U, Next 2019
"Into You" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Alexander Kronlund
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Into You (Alex Ghenea Remix)" dagger Ariana Grande featuring Mac Miller Ariana Grande
Malcolm McCormick
Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Alexander Kronlund
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Non-album single 2016 [40]
"Intro" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Intro" Ariana Grande Thomas Lee Brown
Michael Foster
Steven Franks
Ariana Grande
Victoria McCants
Travis Sayles
Ryan Matthew Tedder
Christmas & Chill 2015 [32]
"It Can't Be True" Elizabeth Gillies, Caitlin Gann and 13 Original Broadway Cast Jason Robert Brown 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) 2009
"Jason's Song (Gave It Away)" Hash-tag Ariana Grande Jason Robert Brown
Ariana Grande
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Just a Little Bit of Your Heart" Ariana Grande Harry Styles
Johan Carlsson
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Knew Better / Forever Boy" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Steven Franks
Victoria McCants
Michael Foster
Ryan Matthew Tedder
Tommy Brown
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Knew Better Part Two" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Steven Franks
Victoria McCants
Michael Foster
Ryan Matthew Tedder
Tommy Brown
Non-album single 2016
"L.A. Boyz" † Victorious Cast
featuring Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande
Allan Grigg
Dan Schneider
Lindy Robbins
Michael Corcoran
Victorious 3.0: Even More Music from the Hit TV Show 2012 [4]
"Last Christmas" dagger Ariana Grande George Michael Christmas Kisses 2013 [12]
"Leave It All to Shine" Hash-tag Victoria Justice, Victorious Cast and iCarly featuring Miranda Cosgrove and Victoria Justice Dan Schneider
Lukasz Gottwald
Michael Corcoran
Victorious: Music from the Hit TV Show 2011 [2]
"Leave Me Lonely" Ariana Grande featuring Macy Gray Tommy Brown
Steven Franks
Thomas Parker Lumpkins
Victoria McCants
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Let Me Love You" Hash-tag Ariana Grande featuring Lil Wayne Ariana Grande
Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Steven Franks
Dwayne Carter
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"The Light Is Coming" Hash-tag Ariana Grande featuring Nicki Minaj Ariana Grande
Pharrell Williams
Onika Maraj
Sweetener 2018
"A Little More Homework" Graham Phillips, Ariana Grande and 13 Original Broadway Cast Jason Robert Brown 13 (Original Broadway Cast Recording) 2009 [30]
"Love Is Everything" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Khristopher Riddick-Tynes
Leon Thomas III
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Antonio Dixon
Christmas Kisses 2013 [12]
"Love Me Harder" dagger Ariana Grande with The Weeknd Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Peter Svensson
Ali Payami
Abel Tesfaye
Ahmad Balshe
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Lovin' It" Ariana Grande Kristopher Riddick-Tynes
Leon Thomas III
Rickey Offord
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Antonio Dixon
Mark Morales
Kirk S. Robinson
Nathaniel V Robinson
Cory Rooney
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"Make Up" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Victoria Monét
Tayla Parx
Tommy Brown
Brian Malik Baptiste
Thank U, Next 2019
"Mama, I'm a Big Girl Now" Maddie Baillio, Ariana Grande, Dove Cameron, Harvey Fierstein, Andrea Martin and Kristin Chenoweth Marc Shaiman Hairspray Live! (Original Soundtrack of the NBC Television Event) 2016 [31]
"Monopoly" dagger Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét Ariana Grande
Victoria Monét
Charles Anderson
Michael Foster
Tim Suby
Non-album single 2019
"Moonlight" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Peter Lee Johnson
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"My Everything" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Taylor Parks
My Everything 2014 [27]
"My Favorite Part" Mac Miller featuring Ariana Grande Malcom McCormick
Ariana Grande
Tyrone Johnson
The Divine Feminine 2016
"NASA" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Victoria Monét
Tayla Parx
Tommy Brown
Charles Anderson
Thank U, Next 2019
Needy Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Victoria Monét
Tayla Parx
Tommy Brown
Thank U, Next 2019
"Nobody" Ariana Grande and Chaka Khan Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Charlie's Angels 2019
"No Tears Left to Cry" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Max Martin
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Savan Kotecha
Sweetener 2018
"Not Just on Christmas" Ariana Grande Thomas Lee Brown
Steven Franks
Ariana Grande
Peter Lee Johnson
Victoria McCants
Travis Sayles
Christmas & Chill 2015 [32]
"One Last Time" dagger Ariana Grande David Guetta
Savan Kotecha
Giorgio Tuinfort
Rami Yacoub
Carl Falk
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Only 1" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Travis Sayles
Dennis Jenkins
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Over and Over Again (Remix)" dagger Nathan Sykes featuring Ariana Grande Greg Bonnick
Hayden Chapman
Jin Choi
Nathan Sykes
Ali Tennant
Unfinished Business
(Deluxe version)
2016 [41]
"Pete Davidson" Ariana Grande Tommy Brown
Ariana Grande
Charles Anderson
Victoria McCants
Sweetener 2018
"Piano" Ariana Grande Harmony Samuels
Jahmaal Noel Fyffe
Parker Ighile
Anisa Moghaddam
Moses Ayo Samuels
Olaniyi Michael Akinkunm
Ariana Grande
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"Popular Song" dagger Mika featuring Ariana Grande Mika
Priscilla Renea
Mathieu Jomphe
Stephen Schwartz
The Origin of Love
and
Yours Truly
2013 [8]
"Problem" dagger Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea Ilya Salmanzadeh
Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Amethyst Kelly
Ariana Grande
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Put Your Hearts Up" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Linda Perry
Martin Johnson
Matt Squire
Non-album single 2011 [42]
"Quit" Cashmere Cat featuring Ariana Grande Magnus August Høiberg
Frank Romano
Benjamin Levin
Sia Furler
Ariana Grande
9 2017
"R.E.M" Ariana Grande Pharrell Williams Sweetener 2018
"Raindrops (An Angel Cried)" Ariana Grande Bob Gaudio
Charles Calello
Sweetener 2018
"Research" Big Sean featuring Ariana Grande Sean Anderson
Ariana Grande
Dacoury Natche
Michael "Mike" Carson
Leland Wayne
Dark Sky Paradise 2015 [43]
"Right There" dagger Ariana Grande featuring Big Sean Harmony Samuels
H. "Carmen Reece" Culvar
J. "Lonny" Bereal
James "J-Doe" Smith
Al Sherrod Lambert
Ariana Grande
Sean Anderson
Jeff Lorber
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"Rule the World" 2 Chainz featuring Ariana Grande Tauheed Epps
Carl McCormick
Christian Ward
Robert Watson
Racquelle Anteola
Moore Ray III
Lerron Carson
Richard Harrison
Rap or Go to the League 2019
"Santa Baby" dagger Ariana Grande featuring Elizabeth Gillies Joan Javits
Philip Springer
Tony Springer
Christmas Kisses 2013 [12]
"Santa Tell Me" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Savan Kotecha
Ilya
Christmas Kisses
(Japanese special edition)
2014 [12]
"Side to Side" dagger Ariana Grande featuring Nicki Minaj Ariana Grande
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Max Martin
Onika Maraj
Alexander Kronlund
Savan Kotecha
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Snow in California" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Khristopher Riddick-Tynes
Leon Thomas III
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Antonio Dixon
Christmas Kisses 2013 [12]
"Sometimes" Ariana Grande Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Peter Svensson
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow"
(Live From Manchester) dagger
Ariana Grande Harold Arlen
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg
Non-album single 2017
"Step On Up" Ariana Grande Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Shane Stevens
Nicholas Audino
Ryan Vojtesak
Lewis Hughes
Jamil Chammas
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"Successful" Ariana Grande Pharrell Williams Sweetener 2018
"Sweetener" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Pharrell Williams
Sweetener 2018
"Tattooed Heart" Ariana Grande Kristopher Riddick-Tynes
Leon Thomas III
Antonio Dixon
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Matt Squire
Ariana Grande
Sean Foreman
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"Thank U, Next" dagger Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Charles Anderson
Michael Foster
Tayla Parx
Tommy Brown
Victoria McCants
Thank U, Next 2018
"They Don't Know" Ariana Grande Justin Timberlake
Savan Kotecha
Ilya Salmanzadeh
Trolls: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2016 [44]
"Thinking Bout You" Ariana Grande Peter Svensson
Chloe Angelides
Jacob Kasher Hindlin
Mathieu Jomphe Lépine
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"This Is Not a Feminist Song" dagger Saturday Night Live Cast feat. Ariana Grande Non-album single 2016 [45]
"Too Close" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Harmony Samuels
Helen "Carmen Reece" Culver
Al Sherrod Lambert
Maurice David Wade
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Touch It" Ariana Grande Max Martin
Savan Kotecha
Peter Svensson
Ali Payami
Dangerous Woman 2016 [25]
"True Love" Ariana Grande Thomas Lee Brown
Michael Foster
Steven Franks
Ariana Grande
Peter Lee Johnson
Victoria McCants
Travis Sayles
Ryan Matthew Tedder
Christmas & Chill 2015 [32]
"Voodoo Love" Ariana Grande Rosemary Sebert
Allan Peter Grigg
Ariana Grande
Non-album single 2016
"The Way" dagger Ariana Grande
featuring Mac Miller
Harmony Samuels
Amber Streeter
Al Sherrod Lambert
Jordin Sparks
Malcolm McCormick
Brenda Russell
Yours Truly 2013 [8]
"What Do You Mean? (Remix)" Justin Bieber featuring Ariana Grande Justin Bieber
Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd
Mason Levy
Purpose 2015
"Why Try" Ariana Grande Benjamin Levin
Ryan Benjamin Tedder
Ammar Malik
Noel Zancanella
My Everything 2014 [27]
"Winter Things" Ariana Grande Thomas Lee Brown
Steven Franks
Ariana Grande
Peter Lee Johnson
Victoria McCants
Travis Sayles
Christmas & Chill 2015 [32]
"Wit It This Christmas" Ariana Grande Thomas Lee Brown
Michael Foster
Ariana Grande
Peter Lee Johnson
Victoria McCants
Travis Sayles
Ryan Matthew Tedder
Christmas & Chill 2015 [32]
"Without Love" Garrett Clayton, Maddie Baillio, Ariana Grande and Ephraim Sykes Marc Shaiman Hairspray Live! (Original Soundtrack of the NBC Television Event) 2016 [31]
"You Can't Stop the Beat" Original Television Cast of Hairspray LIVE!, Maddie Baillio, Garrett Clayton, Ariana Grande, Ephraim Sykes, Harvey Fierstein, Martin Short, Dove Cameron and Kristin Chenoweth Marc Shaiman Hairspray Live! (Original Soundtrack of the NBC Television Event) 2016 [31]
"You Don't Know Me" Ariana Grande Ariana Grande
Harmony Samuels
Helen "Carmen Reece" Culver
Al Sherrod Lambert
Maurice David Wade
My Everything 2014 [27]
"You Don't Own Me" Kristin Chenoweth featuring Ariana Grande John Madara
Dave White
For the Girls 2019 [46]
"You'll Never Know" Ariana Grande Kristopher Riddick-Tynes
Leon Thomas III
Antonio Dixon
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
Yours Truly 2013 [27]
"Zero to Hero" Ariana Grande Alan Menken
David Zippel
We Love Disney 2015 [47]

Unreleased songs[edit]

Unreleased songs recorded by Grande
Song Notes Ref.
"Ain't About What You Got "
"Boyfriend Material"
  • Intended for Yours Truly.
  • The song was later purchased by f(x), a South Korean girl group. Reworked into their song "No More".
  • Grande later released the studio version on May 14, 2014.
[48]
"I Don't Want to Be Alone For Christmas"
  • Cover of the song written by Diane Warren.
  • A demo was leaked and uploaded on YouTube in November 2013.
  • The song was subsequently featured in an article on Perez Hilton.
[49]
"I've Heard It Both Ways"
"In Your Hands"
  • Produced by Diplo.
  • Teased by Diplo in 2016.
  • Leaked in November 2018.
[48]
"Intro (Baby Loves)"
"It Ain't Right"
"Do You Love Me"
"My Way"
  • Grande released a snippet in September 2016.
[50]
"Nobody Does It Better" [48]
"Pink Champagne" [52][53]
"Remember" [54]
"Ridiculous" [55]
"Sober"
  • Grande released a snippet in 2016.
  • Intended for Sweetener.
[56]
"Suitcase"
  • Grande performed the song once in 2010.
  • Eventually sold to singer Elva Hsiao.
"You" [57]
"You're My Only Shawty"
  • Features singer Iyaz.
  • Leaked in 2012.
  • It was given to Demi Lovato for her 2011 album Unbroken as "You're My Only Shorty".
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See also[edit]

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