Following the recent police shootings of black men in the US, artists have all used their music to speak out about the situation.
From Jay Z to Chris Brown, Beyonce, Miguel and so on.
Now Ariana Grande and singer-songwriter Victoria Monét have both join forces on a new collaboration, which finds them hoping for "Better Days."
“How we gonna stop the violence, stop the hurt, stop the hatred, stop the murder?” sings Ariana.
Monet also dropped a note along with the new collabo. "I’m heartbroken by all of the recent tragedies that came as a result of hatred, racism and injustice,” she wrote. “I’m also sad at how numb some of us are to it, because it is far too common! This is not a video game or a movie you’re witnessing on your screens! This is our unfortunate REALITY! When I think about how I feel, the word confused comes to mind…So today we just want to try and help in one of the ways we know how!”
"Music is a universal language that all of us can feel regardless of color lines, gender, sexuality, age, race, religion…. it unifies us," she continues. "We believe we can not fight hate with hate, only love. Just as we can not fight darkness with more darkness. Only Light."
Ariana also posted on Instagram;
Listen to the new collabo below.