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August 07, 2016 at 03:00 PM EDT

Ariana Grande’s “Into You” is already one of the most addictive pop jams of the summer, and now the singer is breathing new life into the track with a fresh remix featuring Mac Miller.

The Max Martin-produced electrobanger, taken from Grande’s third full-length LP, Dangerous Woman, gets an urban makeover and a few sexually charged bars from the Pittsburgh-based rapper, who spits lyrics like, “Heard you got a man, baby, I could do it better” over the reimagined beat.

“Into You” has thus far peaked at No. 23 on the Billboard Hot 100. A music video for the track, featuring Grande frolicking through the desert with former America’s Next Top Model contestant Don Benjamin, was released in May. The 23-year-old also dropped a stunning lyric video (above) for “Into You” on Wednesday, showing off her massive pipes as she belts an a capella version of the song.

The pair previously collaborated on Grande’s first major hit as a solo artist, “The Way,” which was certified triple-platinum in the U.S. and reached No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2013. The single was the first top 10 song on the chart for both artists.

Check out Grande’s “Into You” remix, featuring Miller, below.

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