Ariana Grande Releases Original "Honeymoon Ave" and New "Voodoo Love" on SoundCloud

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Ariana Grande released two tracks on her Soundcloud page as a total surprise to fans on Tuesday night. One is a never-before-heard summer bop titled "Voodoo Love," and the second is apparently the original recording of her 2013 song "Honeymoon Ave," this time featuring the Dap Kings. 

Both tracks highlight the most unique aspects of Grande's pop: her honeyed vocals, catchy hooks and decontextualized soul. She tagged both with the description "2012 (ish)."

Grande has been updating her SoundCloud fairly regularly as of late. In July, the pop/R&B singer posted "Better Days" with Victoria Monét, a nod to the Black Lives Matter movement calling for an end to violence and the need for love. 

Listen to both "VooDoo Love" and "Honeymoon Ave" below.

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