By Marcus Jones
October 25, 2019 at 12:02 AM EDT
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As if it wasn’t wild enough that Lizzo hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with a two-year-old song, her fans, known as the Lizzbians, are driving another one of her old singles “Good As Hell” up the charts, causing her to release an update featuring a verse from Ariana Grande.

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The “Truth Hurts” singer teased the collaboration on her Instagram this week using a Starbucks cup, saying that if viewers could guess the size of her drink, they could guess the artist she was working with.

Grande later confirmed the collaboration in her Instagram Stories by mouthing along to a snippet of her verse.

To put things into perspective on how old “Good As Hell” is, it was made for the 2016 film Barbershop: The Next Cut and released before Donald Trump was elected President of the United States.

At the rate Lizzo’s singles are going, her latest album, Cuz I Love You, won’t be fully appreciated until fall 2020. That, or her 2014 single “Let Em’ Say” will finally start climbing the charts years after it was already featured on Broad City.

Listen to the “Good As Hell” remix below.

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