God is a woman is a pop song by Ariana Grande. The song was written by Grande herself, along with Max Martin, Savan Kotecha, Rickard Göransson, and Ilya. The song is a single taken from Grande’s fourth studio album called Sweetener and was officially released on 13th July 2018. God Is a woman is available to play on all the major platforms including Google Play Store, YouTube, Spotify, Deezer, iTunes, and Amazon Music.
Download God is a woman
To download the full song, God is a woman by Ariana Grande click on the Download button below the review. First, listen to watch the amazing official video.
God is a woman by Ariana Grande – the Song Review
God is a woman contains influential lyrics that literally talk about God being a woman. The lyrics are very adamant as Ariana discusses embracing her femininity, sexuality in a spiritual sense.
The main theme as described by the lyrics discuss the acts of a female God in an erotic manner. The lyrics which state “Boy, I like that you ain’t afraid, Baby lay me down and let’s pray, I’m tellin’ you the way I like it, how I want it” clearly portray the intertwining melodies which talk about sexuality mixed with spirituality.
The Music Video
God is a woman’s official music video was released on 13th July 2018 and is available to watch on Ariana Grande’s official YouTube page. The sequence begins with Ariana making an entrance by dancing whilst standing in between what seems to be our galaxy.
The sequence on a whole runs adjacent to the themes that are represented by the song’s lyrics. The video portrayal gives somewhat of a spiritual feeling throughout as Ariana can be seen acting like a Goddess. In an interesting change of environment within the sequence, Ariana can be seen sitting on a rock on top of a book where a few of her male peasants are throwing words at her including “Bitch”, “Fake”, and “Little Girl”.
At the same time, Ariana belittles those men by singing “Boy I like that you ain’t afraid”. This small portion basically depicts the male-dominated society which wants us to believe that the God who exists is only a male. Sitting on top of the round Earth and controlling hurricane from her bare fingers display an act of power and influence that Ariana has in the video. The intriguing, yet controversially made sequence ends as the camera zooms out of a popular photo of Jesus Christ where, instead of Jesus, a woman can be seen laying down with mortals trying to reach out for her god.
God is a woman is the second single which is taken from Ariana’s fourth studio album called Sweetener. The album itself is a follow-up to her previous album called Dangerous Woman.
Sweetener rose to instant fame by debuting at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. It rose to number one in the US as well as multiple other countries including Australia and UK.
This song by Ariana is one of those very rare ones which was heavily criticized by both the mainstream media and Ariana’s fans.
The criticism was naturally linked to the theme of the song which is based on sexuality being attached to God’s personality. Fans were claiming it to be a disrespectful way to refer to God. Nevertheless, the song has a catchy tune with sing-along lyrics, the reason why it became popular amongst young fans.