- 15 Jan 21
The original track appears on Ariana’s sixth studio album, Positions - which was released in October last year.
The new remix follows the music video for the original song, helmed by Director X and released in November.
The remix sees Doja and Megan handle the second and third verses respectively, with Doja rapping, “I want that 69 / without Tekashi".
Doja previously hinted that she had teamed up with Grande and Megan by drawing her followers’ attention to the then-eight people she was following on Twitter.
“Following them for a reeeeaaaaasssoooonnn. Guess why,” she wrote. The list included Grande, Megan, French Montana, Young Thug, The Weeknd, SZA, A$AP Ferg and Saweetie.
'34+35' features on Grande’s latest chart-topping studio album, Positions, which follows Thank U, Next and Grammy Award-winning LP Sweetener.
Never one to turn down hard work, she also released a Christmas collaboration with Mariah Carey and a Sweetener-era concert film for Netflix.
Megan’s latest album Good News was also released in November, 2020 to rave reviews.
The debut features guest appearances from DaBaby, City Girls, Lil Durk, SZA, Popcaan, Mustard, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Beyoncé, and Young Thug.
On Tanis Smither's Hot Press review of Positions, she wrote:
"Grande's latest offering is a heady, unabashed ode to the least pandemic-approved activity you can possibly engage in: sex."
"Where 2018's Sweetener was all dreamy puppy love, full of proverbial heart-eye emojis and complete with name-dropped references to various loves of her life, Positions is steeped in overt sexuality. '34+35' is conversational and cheeky, with its plainly spoken, 'can you stay up all night, fuck me to the daylight?' refrain."
Read the full review of the album here.
Listen to the new '34+35' remix below.