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Ariana Grande Songs Remixed: Listen to 8 of the Best

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Ariana Grande performs at Wango Tango at StubHub Center on May 14, 2016, in Carson, Calif. 

It should come as no surprise that remixes of Ariana Grande songs aren't hard to come by.

Lil' miss Grande is no stranger to the world of dance music production. She's gotten down to booth business with Zedd, Diplo, and Cashmere Cat, each representing a unique yet quite popular dance perspective.

Ariana Grande & Diplo Tease Collaboration on Snapchat

She's also welcomed DJs and producers from all corners of the scene to remix her original material. She even released an all-remix album in Japan in 2015. It peaked at No. 32 on the Japanese charts. Not bad for a load of reworks.

The Remix was never released in the States, but we've collected some of the best remixes of Ariana Grande songs from her career so far below.

"Into You" - 3LAU

3LAU bolsters the infectious original with deep, throbbing bass notes and shuffling hi-hats.

Problem” – Dawin

Everyone loves a dancehall beat, so why not slap on underneath the groovy vocals of “Problem” featuring Iggy Azalea?

Break Free” – Zedd

Alright, so Zedd produced the original, too, but he was given free rein to go in on the extended club mix. Those drops are definitely more intense, bro.

Bang Bang” – 3LAU

“Bang Bang” with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj was a summer smash in 2014, but 3LAU turns it into a downright banger. Funky as ever, it just hits a little bit harder.

Love Me Harder” – DJ Class

If Ariana walked into a Jersey club party, this is what we imagine would start playing. Anyone got some footwork they wanna show off right about now?

“Love Me Harder” – Gregor Salto

Strip away the bright and shiny luster of Grande's radio-friendly hit, and you've still got one dank tune. Gregor Salto got all late-night with this one. Dig it.

One Last Time” – Gazzo

Pure progressive house bliss. That's what this remix is. Put your hands up and grab yourself a star or something. You can jump higher than that. Come on, just in time for the drop.

One Last Time” – Marshmello

Of course the mushy remix monster got his hands on a little Grande. His take on “One Last Time” is fluffy and sugar-coated. It predates his original hit “Keep It Mello,” but it features those same synths and actually, it does sound a bit like the later hit. Inspiration, anybody? 

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