Ariana Grande has finally dropped her new album, “Eternal Sunshine.” The singer has been hyping up the release of her seventh studio album for a while now…revealing her tracklist a few songs at a time on social media, putting out behind-the-scenes videos, and more.

The artist previously revealed that “Eternal Sunshine” is “kind of” a concept album. “It’s all different heightened pieces of the same story, of the same experience,” she shares. Grande also revealed that she started recording the album when the strikes in Hollywood forced the “Wicked” movies, where she plays Glinda The Good Witch, to stop filming.

Check out the tracklist below:

    1. “Intro (End of the World)”
    2. “Bye”
    3. “Don’t Wanna Break Up Again”
    4. “Saturn Returns Interlude”
    5. “Eternal Sunshine”
    6. “Supernatural”
    7. “True Story”
    8. The Boy Is Mine”
    9. “Yes, And?”
    10. “We Can’t Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)”
    11. “I Wish I Hated You”
    12. “Imperfect for You”
    13. “Ordinary Things” featuring Nonna

One of our favorite touches on Eternal Sunshine has Ari “reimagining” Brandy And Monica’s “The Boy Is Mine.”

Her seventh studio album, hit today (March 8). Miss Grande joined The Zane Lowe Show to discuss her return album. “I’ve always wanted to reimagine [‘The Boy Is Mine’] in some kind of way… In a way, I was kind of like, ‘This is a very bad idea.’ But there is a large group of my fans that really do love a bad girl anthem, and this is an elevated version of that,” she said.

Grande did not say if “The Boy Is Mine” samples or interpolates the original, but she was believed to cover it with Jessie J in 2014 before the latter refuted it. Last December, Monica spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about why “The Boy Is Mine” shouldn’t be remade. “I truthfully believe that it’s for Brandy and I. I appreciate that she and Rodney [Jerkins] asked me to be a part of the song and be a part of the record, but for me, it’s a part of history that I would love to remain untouched,” Monica said.

Which song do you think should’ve never been remade?