This A Capella Version Of 'Dangerous Woman' Is Safe In Ariana Grande's Hands

Less is more.

Take note of new music and the best live performances here:
Take note of new music and the best live performances here:

There are a few things we know about Ariana Grande. 

First, she's good at impersonating other singers. No, we mean, like, really good!

But we also know she isn't afraid to let her big voice make big statements, especially when it comes to sexist comments from radio DJs or speaking out against sexism in the music industry.

But Grande is best known for her vocal chops, belting diva-caliber vocals on hits such as "Problem," "Break Free," and "Love Me Harder," which paired her with Iggy Azalea, Zedd, and The Weeknd, respectively. 

Grande goes solo in a new video released on her Vevo/YouTube channel, featuring her singing the lyrics of the title track of her forthcoming Dangerous Woman album. 

In the clip, she's seen wearing the single cover's attire — which is a black leather bunny costume. And along with the vocals, she also adds her own acoustics, at one point clapping her hands and another shredding on an air guitar as she walks around a blank room that seems to make her song reverberate around her.

Check out the above video to get wrapped up in Grande's voice.

(H/T: Entertainment Weekly)