Ariana Grande’s ‘My Everything’ Tracklist Reveals The Weeknd, A$AP Ferg, Big Sean, Childish Gambino Features & Harry Styles-Penned Track

Jun 30th, 2014 // 1 Comment
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Well, surprise, surprise — it turns out Ariana Grande‘s sophomore LP My Everything (out August 25) will contain more features than not. Seven of the album’s 12 tracks are collaborations, two of which we of course already know about: the Iggy Azalea-featuring summer smash “Problem” and upcoming single “Break Free” with Zedd (co-produced by Max Martin). Also along for the ride with Ms. Grande’s latest are The Weeknd (who features on “Love Me Harder”), Big Sean (“Best Mistake”), Cashmere Cat (“Be My Baby”), Childish Gambino (“Break Your Heart Right Back”) and A$AP Ferg (“Hands On Me”).

In the Did Not See This Coming category is “A Little Bit Of Your Heart,” a song on the album that was written for Ariana by One Direction‘s Harry Styles. Two other big songwriting names in the mix are Ryan Tedder and Benny Blanco, who whipped up “Why Try.”

Altogether, Max Martin and his team produced five of the tracks on My Everything, with Rodney Jerkins, Oak & Pop and Harmony & Tommy Brown working the knobs on other songs. See the LP’s full tracklist below.

Ariana Grande, My Everything (standard edition)

1. Intro
2. Problem – (Feat. Iggy Azalea)
3. One Last Time
4. Why Try
5. Break Free – (feat. Zedd)
6. Best Mistake – (feat. Big Sean)
7. Be My Baby – (feat. Cashmere Cat)
8. Break Your Heart Right Back – (feat. Childish Gambino)
9. Love Me Harder – (Ariana Grande & The Weeknd)
10. A Little Bit Of Your Heart
11. Hands On Me – (feat. A$AP Ferg)
12. My Everything

So far no sign of Ariana’s Chris Brown duet “Don’t Be Gone Too Long,” but maybe it’ll surface on the deluxe edition? Or, you know, not.

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  1. Guest

    What people don’t seem to understand, is that Don’t Be Gone Too Long is NOT Ariana’s song. It’s Chris Brown’s. So if anyone is gonna release it, it will be Mr. Brown.

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