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Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét – Got Her Own (Lyrics Review and Song Meaning)

Recouping back from their friendship anthem “Monopoly,” Ariana Grande and her real-life bestie Victoria Monét join vocals for “Got Her Own” from ‘Charlie’s Angels’ movie soundtrack.

Ariana Grande previously premiered her collaboration with Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey for the soundtrack of ‘Charlie’s Angels’ OST with “Don’t Call Me Angel.” The soundtrack released today reveals that Ariana Grande appears on 5 songs on the 11-track album. We recently reviewed yet another collaboration from the OST “Bad to You” featuring Normani and Nicki Minaj.

“Got Her Own” is an empowering song about being strong and independent women who can clearly stand on their feet for anything. Right off the first verse, Ariana Grande sings that the ladies have entered the club and there is nothing too expensive they cannot have. This is small-talk for someone who bought 7 diamond rings in one drunk evening.

Ariana Grande and her girl squad are seeking no male assistance to have a good time in this club. They are, not probably, but most definitely making more money than you. According to WealthyGorilla, Ariana has an approximate net worth of $50 million by 2019.

The whole premise for “Got Her Own,” is about screaming out loud that Ariana Grande and her girl squad needs no man to pull chairs and pay their bills for them. He might have money, but she got her own as well!

Listen to “Got Her Own” by Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét

Buy ‘Charlie’s Angels’ OST on Apple Music and Amazon

The second verse by Victoria Monét agrees with her bestie Ariana. She says that she would rather spend her wealth on new shoes than throw it away as men do. But if the men challenge her, she is up to throwing some cash out too. According to CelebsTrendNow, Victoria has an approximate net worth of $5 million as of 2019.

Let us hear what you think about this collaboration by Ari and Victoria in the comments below.

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