Lizzo and Ariana Grande team up for new remix of 'Good As Hell'

Lizzo and Ariana Grande have recently collaborated on a remix of 'Good As Hell.'
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"Good As Hell" first appeared on Lizzo's sophomore EP, "Coconut Oil," which arrived in 2016.

While the chart-topper is currently embroiled in a songwriting dispute, she has unveiled a new remix of "Good As Hell" with a verse from Ariana Grande.

Lizzo teased the too-good-to-be-true remix earlier this week on Instagram, daring her fans to guess the name of her latest collaborator.

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Grande later confirmed her involvement in the project on her Instagram Stories by mouthing a snippet of her verse, which reads "'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."

"Good As Hell" is not the only remix that Lizzo has released this week. Ahead of Halloween, the vocalist unveiled a new version of "Truth Hurts" inspired by the 1993 classic film, "Hocus Pocus."

"Y'all hoes ain't ready for Halloween until u sing truth hurts in the style of the Hocus Pocus witches and that's on period, pooh," Lizzo announced on her social media.

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The spooky remix is performed by actresses Gina Naomi Baez, Andrea Galeno and Mary Baron, who sing lyrics like "Why Satan great 'til he gotta be great?/ Book! I just took a DNA test, turns out I'm 100% that witch."

"Truth Hurts" recently notched its seventh non-consecutive week on the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, even becoming the longest-running No. 1 song by a female rapper last September.

In the past weeks, the song has been the subject of controversy after a group of songwriters publicly claimed that it plagiarized part of a demo they helped write.

Lizzo addressed the allegations on her social media, denying that the Raisen brothers and Yves Rothman took part in creating "Truth Hurts" and therefore have no right to benefit from the song's success.

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In the meantime, discover the new remix of "Truth Hurts" featuring Ariana Grande:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5xa-XAvErw

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