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"Can we stay up all night? F— a jet lag / You bring your fine ass and overnight bag," Doja, 25, raps in her verse. "Add up the numbers or get behind that / Play and rewind that, listen, you'll find that / I want that six-nine without Tekashi."
Meanwhile, Megan, 25, wants to have a Netflix and chill?
Steve Granitz/WireImage; Kevin Mazur/Getty; Amy Sussman/Getty Megan Thee Stallion, Ariana Grande and Doja Cat
"Netflix or Hulu? Baby, you choose / I'm up like Starbucks, three pumps, ooh," she raps. "This p—y good for ya health, call it superfood / When I'm by myself, DIY like it's YouTube."
While this is the first time Ari and Meg link up, Doja and Grande have collab'd before. The "Say So" singer is featured on Grande's "Motive."
To celebrate the new song release, Doja changed her name on Twitter to "34+35ja Cat," writing "REAL CAT GIRL S— YUH STREAM 34+35 KITTENZ GO!!!!!!!!!" in reference to Megan's signature "real hot girl s—" line.
"Bad bad bitch all the boys wanna spank me," tweeted Megan, referring to her verse in the track.
34 + 35 IS OUT IN 30 MINS BABYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
— 34+35ja Cat (@DojaCat) January 15, 2021
Bad bad bitch all the boys wanna spank me 😝
— HOT GIRL MEG (@theestallion) January 15, 2021
Grande first teased the release of the new track on Wednesday, sharing a video of an old TV screen with two mystery silhouettes next to her own. Then, on Thursday, she revealed the single outwork featuring comic book character versions of the three musicians.
The remix to "34+35" is Grande's first song since announcing her engagement to Dalton Gomez in December. On Dec. 20, the "7 rings" singers shared several photos of her and her beau, along with an engagement ring with the caption "Forever n then some."
"They couldn't be happier, they're just so excited. This is a happy time for them, both sets of parents are thrilled," a source told PEOPLE at the time.