Published: Sat, January 19, 2019
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Princess Nokia Blasts Ariana Grande For Allegedly Stealing Flow On "7 Rings"

Princess Nokia Blasts Ariana Grande For Allegedly Stealing Flow On

She's released another cute music video for a fierce and nearly savage song where she not only sings marvelously but also raps. yep raps. 'Cause that sound really familiar to me.

"The singer dropped her second single late last night (Jan. 17) and though the majority of fans are loving it, there are others on Twitter who think the flow of the track sounds a lot like Soulja Boy's hit 2010 song, Pretty Boy Swag".

Although, the similarities behind Grande's "7 Rings" and Princess Nokia's "Mine" isn't the only critique on Grande's new release.

Watch the full music video for "7 Rings" below-but beware, it might make you feel a little insecure about the status of your checking account.

Princess Nokia said during Ariana's sample: "Ohhhh" before she stopped it and played her tune Mine.

Adding: 'Hmm. sounds about white'.

"It was a... challenging fall day in New York", Grande told the music magazine of writing the track, likely alluding to her the aftermath of her breakup with Davidson.

Ariana Grande might need to call her label up and ask for help in the originality department in the near future.

Ariana's was described as an 'anthem for female empowerment, ' according to TMZ.

'Been through some bad s***, I should be a sad b***h/Who woulda thought it'd turn me to a savage?,' she sings, before teasing that she might even be into bondage. The "7 Rings" in the title refer to how Grande bought matching diamond rings for her and six of her best friends. "Gee, thanks, just bought it / I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it (Yeah)".

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