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Ariana Grande Releases 'Star Wars'-Inspired 'Break Free' Lyric Video

July 8, 2014 (3:05 am) GMT
The title, which is written in the same font as the classic movie, and the lyrics appear in front of a star-studded background.
Ariana Grande Releases 'Star Wars'-Inspired 'Break Free' Lyric Video

has released the official lyric video for "Break Free", her new single that features EDM superstar . Hitting the web on Monday, July 7, the clip features strong "Star Wars" vibe. It opens with the movie's iconic line that says, "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away."

The title of the song, written in the same font as the classic sci-fi, flashes on the screen right after the music plays. The lyrics then begin scrolling over the star-studded background much like the opening sequence of the 1977 flick.

"Break Free" has been confirmed as the follow-up to "Problem", Grande's collaboration hit with that has peaked at No. 2 on Billboard 200. The two tracks are set to be featured in the former Nickelodeon star's sophomore album, "", that's due out on August 25.

In addition to Azalea and Zedd, the forthcoming record will feature a guest appearance from . The rapper lays some verses on a track titled "Best Mistake", which Grande has just previewed in an Instagram video.





Ariana Grande's "Break Free" (feat. Zedd) lyric video

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