Ariana is having a big day today. Not only is she in Montreal as part of her "Sweetener" tour, she also released a new song and a new music video.\nThe video, which is filmed with in a grainy, retro-style will feature effects that are familiar to fans of Donte Colley. The Toronto-based artist is known for his upbeat videos that feature moving emojis. He is featured in the music video.\nREAD ALSO: Queer Eye Finally Addresses Plagiarism Accusations\nTL;DR Ariana Grande just dropped the music video for her newest song, "Monopoly," which was also released today. She credits Toronto native Donte Colley as one of the videographers for the music video.\nThe song, which features singer Victoria Monet, has been teased by the star for the last few days. The catchy tune is in keeping with the grittier, urban style the pop star has adopted in recent months.\nShe posted clips of the video to her Instagram:\n@arianagrandeembedded via\nThe video features her swirling emojis around the screen:\nView this post on Instagram to friendship, freedom, protecting your energy 🧚🏼♂️ and staying right in your bag 🖤 we love you #MONOPOLY out now 🎲 @VictoriaMonet video by @alfredoflores @allthingsmean @donte.colley 🖤🧚🏼♂️ A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Apr 1, 2019 at 2:23pm PDT\nThis style will be familiar to fans of Canadian Instagram star and dancer Donte Colley, who posts similar videos.\nView this post on Instagram a time I put a hole in my floor #torn 😛 A post shared by Donté Colley (@donte.colley) on Mar 30, 2019 at 7:53am PDT\nIn fact, the dancer is featured in the music video:\email@example.com via\nAriana tags him in her caption along with two other artists, Alfredo Flores and Ricky Alvarez.\nAriana is currently in town for the "Sweetener" tour. You can catch her at the Bell Center tonight at 7:00 p.m.