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Ariana, Miley and Lana Del Rey Charlie’s Angels Gets Release Date

by John Ogba-Ifeakanwa
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, and ‘s Charlie’s Angels collaboration , Don’t Call Me Angel gets release date.

The official soundtrack of the new Charlie’s Angels reboot directed by Elizabeth banks and starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinski, has gotten a release date. The song, Don’t Call Me Angel featuring contributions by , and is set to drop on Friday, Sept. 13. The new film itself is expected to hit theatres on Nov. 15.

Ari, Miley and Lana have all teased the song on their social media pages. On Monday, Ariana and Miley shared the release date via their Instagram accounts. The song was also announced via the official Charlie’s Angels Twitter page with the caption;

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Good Morning Angels!

The new #CharliesAngels single from @ArianaGrande, @MileyCyrus, and @LanaDelRey is almost here… #DontCallMeAngel

This isn’t the first time Ariana and Miley have collaborated on a song but the second. Rather, it is the first time all three artists appear together on a song. Ari and Miley dueted together in May of 2015. They both released their rendition of Don’t Dream it’s Over by Crowded Houses after which it went viral. The song was performed at Ariana’s One Love Manchester benefit concert

Don’t Call Me Angel will follow Ariana‘s recent single, featuring . The song will also be the follow up to ‘s Slide Away which she performed surprisingly the 2019 VMAs. Don’t Call Me Angel, would also be the follow up to Del Rey‘s The Greatest which was released in anticipation to her new album, Norman Fucking Rockwell.

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