Harry Styles Contributed to Ariana Grande's Album 'My Everything'
By Diadem Pambid | July 1, 2014 10:58 AM EST
Ariana Grande's upcoming second studio album is certainly making "Arianators" crazy. For one, "Directioners" should also keep an eye out for the release. Why so? News has it that 1D curly haired cutie, Harry Styles, had a lot of contribution to "My Everything."
British singer Harry Styles from the band One Direction arrives to attend the presentation of the Burberry Autumn/Winter 2014 collection during London Fashion Week
Say what? Harry Styles, known for writing songs for a few other artists has went on ahead and contributed to Ariana Grande's second album, "My Everything." Reports by Hit Fix claim that Grande's song "A Little Bit of Your Heart" was penned by none other than the British hunk. Songwriter Johan Carlsson helped out with Harry Styles in penning the song.
Other songs penned by Harry Styles that are still yet to be linked to a performer include "Kissed You in the Rain," "Love You Like You're Leaving, " "Might Not Want You" and "I Fell in Love With a Beautiful Girl." These songs have been listed on the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers also known as ASCAP.
Aside from Harry Styles, other renowned artists who lent a hand with Ariana's album, "My Everything" include Big Sean, Zedd, Iggy Azalea, A$AP Ferg, Cashmere Cat, Childish Gambino and The Weeknd.
The official track listing of "My Everything" is as follows:
2. Problem - (Feat. Iggy Azalea)
3. One Last Time
4. Why Try
5. Break Free - (feat. Zedd)
6. Best Mistake - (feat. Big Sean)
7. Be My Baby - (feat. Cashmere Cat)
8. Break Your Heart Right Back - (feat. Childish Gambino)
9. Love Me Harder - (Ariana Grande & The Weeknd)
10. A Little Bit Of Your Heart
11. Hands On Me - (feat. A$AP Ferg)
12. My Everything
Grande's second studio album is set for official release by Aug. 25. For now, Grande is teasing fans bit by bit on her Instagram for her next release from the album, "Break Free." On the other hand, "Problem" featuring Iggy Azalea has ruled the Billboard Hot 100 for weeks and had even landed at the number 2 spot.
Despite the sudden cancellation of her Nickelodeon show, "Sam & Cat," things are looking up for Ariana Grande. "Arianators" have much more to look forward to after "My Everything."
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