What is and isn't appropriate public behavior is up for discussion in Ariana Grande's new video for "Everyday" featuring Future. The song is currently sitting at No. 85 on the Billboard Hot 100 in its first week on the chart and is off Grande's Dangerous Woman album, which dropped last May.

In the video, Grande and Future bear party to a variety of couples getting it on in public spaces such as a parking lot, laundry mat or office. Directed by Chris Marrs Piliero, Ari and Future never appear in the video together, though they cheer on the respective frisky couples they encounter. Grande last dropped a video for "My Favorite Part" featuring Mac Miller, the real-life couple playing neighbors who have crushes on each other, but have yet to make a move yet.

Future has stayed in front of the camera on his own as well, releasing videos for "Draco" and "Super Trapper" in recent weeks, as well appearing alongside Belly in his video for "Frozen Water." With Future dropping a new album in each of the past two weeks it seems likely that his visual output is far from over, particularly as he moves from promoting his self-titled release to pushing HNDRXX. The rapper is slated to perform on Ellen later this week.

Catch Future and Ari in the "Everyday" video below, with Grande rocking a truly oversized Karl Kani bubble jacket throughout.

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