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Pop sensation Ariana Grande is keeping her fans on the edge of their seats with exclusive behind-the-scenes glimpses into the creation of her chart-topping hits.
As anticipation builds for her next single, the 30-year-old star recently treated her followers to a sneak peek into the making of her Billboard Hot 100 hit, `We Can`t Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)`, on her Instagram handle.

Sharing black-and-white footage on Instagram, Grande showcased early recordings of the song, offering fans a rare glimpse into the creative process behind the track that soared to the top of the charts in mid-March.

In the video, Grande is seen collaborating with co-writer and producer Max Martin, piecing together the melodic elements that would later become the bridge of the beloved track.

“This song holds such a special place in my heart, and I can`t thank you enough for all of the love you`ve shown it,” Grande expressed her gratitude to her dedicated fanbase in the caption of the video.

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According to Billboard, `We Can`t Be Friends` serves as the second single from Grande`s seventh album, `Eternal Sunshine,` which made a stellar debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

With the lead single `Yes, And?` premiering in January, Grande continues to captivate audiences with her signature music style.

Hinting at what`s to come, Grande teased her next single from `Eternal Sunshine` while acknowledging fans` anticipation. Assuring her followers that she`s working diligently to deliver another hit, Grande expressed her appreciation for their patience and unwavering support.

Family and collaborators alike joined in the excitement, with Grande`s mother, Joan Grande, and brother, Frankie, showering her with praise in the comments section.
Songwriter Ilya Salmanzadeh, who co-wrote `We Can`t Be Friends,` hailed the recording as “magic in the making,” emphasizing the special bond shared with Grande. 

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