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Despite landing in the news for her legal battles with her track “Truth Hurts,” Lizzo has managed to stay afloat with a re-release of one of her most glorified tracks, featuring Ariana Grande, “Good as Hell.” The duo took to both of their Twitter accounts to announce the remixed version on Friday (Oct. 25).
On the revived cut, Ariana Grande steps into her verse with: “Cause he better know my worth/There’s so much that I deserve/But I ain’t worried now, I’ma let my hair down/ He been tryin’ it, but not today.” The female empowerment anthem stays true to character, giving us two-and-a-half minutes of powerful lyricism, accompanying vocals and a few giggles between the ladies.
Mixed reviews in response to the new rendition are split 50/50 among listeners
Recently, Lizzo spoke out in response to the Billboard top-charting single, “Truth Hurts,” stating that the song is her life and that she will share the success of the single with the person behind the tweet and meme that inspired the song title.
“The creator of the tweet is the person I am sharing my success with… not these men. Period,” as stated in a Rolling Stone article. Produced by Ricky Reed, the original version was featured on Barbershop: The Next Cut, peaking at No. 20.
Her top singles “Good As Hell” and “Truth Hurts” have gained millions of attention in streams with Lizzo headlining her own tour Good As Hell in 2017.
The Houston-native will take the stage on November 30th in Nashville, TN for the Live. Life. Love: Concert For Suicide Prevention presented by Journeys. She will then perform in Florida, Texas, California, and more before standing in front of her fans a week before Christmas at the XFINITY Theatre in Hartford, CT with the Hot 93.7 Jingle Jam with Megan Thee Stallion, Saweetie, and more.
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