Ariana Grande lived up to her name and went big with her second single from Dangerous Woman. Grande originally released “Into You” a couple of weeks ahead of her third studio album Dangerous Woman, and gave the sultry, fast-paced pop song a music video, above, on Monday night.
Riding backseat on a motorcycle through the desert, eventually ending up at the Honeymoon Inn, she and her man have some fun with food outside before heading into a room where the action lives up to the song’s “a little less conversation and a little more touch my body” lyrics. The video takes a turn when we see Grande at a red carpet-style event with a different guy, who her attitude and demeanor suggests she’s not nearly as “into.”
The video is directed by Hannah Lux Davis, who has worked with Grande in the past, directing her videos for “Bang Bang,” “Love Me Harder,” and “Focus.” Davis has also directed videos for Nicki Minaj, Miley Cyrus, and Demi Lovato.
“Into You” follows up the album’s first single “Dangerous Woman,” which Grande released a video for last month. Although Grande has released a video for her Lil’ Wayne collaboration “Let Me Love You” between these two videos, that song is not an official single.