Ariana Grande Raps Big Sean’s ‘Guap’

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande has some serious pipes, but she can also throw down on the mic. The pint-size singer rapped along to Big Sean’s “Guap” during her appearance on “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” on Power 106.

With her crew by her side, the 20-year-old rapped along to the lyrics about baby mamas, hos, and fugazzi. But while Big Boy called the performance “cute,” she wasn’t happy with it.

“I messed up. I wanna die,” said Ariana, who just dropped her new single “Baby I” off her upcoming debut.

Watch her adorable rap-along below.



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37 Comments

  1. ME

    #dead LOVE her….OMGGGGG lol

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  2. IHNM

    Atleast she never rapped to a nicki Minaj song
    Thank the lawrd

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    Queens Reply:

    @IHNM, You look so dumb right now cause she has rapped several Nicki songs on YouTube etc and not new ones either she rapped I get crazy from the mixtape days lol this girl is huge nicki fan learn ya facts before say something that makes u look stupid lmao

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    Huxley Reply:

    @Queens, THIS! Check yo facts, guys!

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  3. xedos

    Sick of urban blogs forcing this girl down our throat give a black artist some shine. She has the white media behind her already

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    Ice Reply:

    @xedos, Music has no race, stop being ignorant.

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    xedos Reply:

    @Ice, you this if adele was black and fat she would be selling so much. she think she would be on vogue cover? you think it was right for Justine get to do sing 2 songs at the Grammy’s when Miguel who has multiple nomination get 2 minutes to sing a verse from his song and present? stop talk talk about music have no race. look when white does RNB it flies up the chart,but when black does RNB it can barley make the top 40. white people love rnb ,but only when its done by white.this girl will be on all the major magazines covers, while only beyonce and rihanna as black female get the major covers.

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    KittensAreDope Reply:

    @xedos, What are you talking about? Music is one of the few industries that isn’t racially dominated. There are many different races in every genre.

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    Guest Reply:

    @KittensAreDope, True, the music is put out there for “anyone” to enjoy. Its not the artists fault if one gets more media/radio attention than another does. If media & radio don’t put enough of what you want to see and hear out there, take it out on them, not the artists. What Ariana gets is earned. She didn’t have much trouble finding that music, from black artists, when she wanted it growing up. Don’t just leave it up to media/radio, search them out yourself, the way she does!

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    x Reply:

    @xedos, why so much hate on this site? i dont get it. Talent is talent. let it go already sheesh

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    Gina Waters-Payne Reply:

    @xedos, AGREE!

    If a sistah was to come out with the music that shes doing now (that 90s mariah r&b/pop) she wouldnt get NO ATTENTION.

    They stay jacking our styles and making guap (pun intended) off it!

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    Dope Reply:

    @Gina Waters-Payne,

    Where on this site does it say BLACKS ONLY? This ain’t the 1960′s. Get it the fuck together. You sound hella ignorant.

    Sevyn Streeter, Dawn Richard,Jhene Aiko, Brianna Perry, Angel Haze, etc. are all new and getting shine on this site, just like Ariana. Chill the fuck out. Or go log on to Bossip if you want just black stuff.

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    Guest Reply:

    @Dope, Hell Yeah!

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    Cranberry Reply:

    @Gina Waters-Payne, and YOU, when these sites post about black R&B artists, they usually come with baggage, and you all chose to rant and rave about their personal lives instead of the music.

    See: Alicia Keys, Fantasia, K. Michelle, etc.

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    Gust Reply:

    @Cranberry, Great point, and yet such a shame that people can’t just show love for the talent & music! Save the drama for the tabloid creaters!

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    Guest Reply:

    @Gust, So true, I hate that it’s like that! I just wanna hear some good music, no need for gossip!

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    Cranberry Reply:

    @xedos, I don’t know where you simpletons are coming from lately, but Rap-Up, since it’s inception nearly ten years ago, has NEVER, under any circumstances, been a blog devoted to one particular race.

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    Gust Reply:

    @xedos, No one’s forcing anything, she gets that kind of love the audience, if you aren’t one of them, then don’t listen. Turning it off is easer than taking the time to post hate!

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  4. FMOT princedior

    MY BABYYYYY.

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  5. Br

    @xedos, you sound races

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  6. ♪►M•U•Z•Z•A•C◄♪

    LOL SHE IS SO CUTE!!!! LOVE HER LOL!!!! I hope her and Nicki do a song together soon :) Cause I know she loves her♥

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  7. Naomi

    If she was black she would prolly get the same attention..

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    ♪►M•U•Z•Z•A•C◄♪ Reply:

    @Naomi, NOPE! It’s so much harder for African American singers to get attention…we have a lot out already that people don’t even notice or know about.

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  8. Ludochriss

    My babyy! she’s the cutest!!! i’m in love!
    dimples *o*

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  9. Nick

    This niggaah look like Cheryl cole

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  10. BAWSE

    Turn Up!

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  11. Love.

    Ariana is so adorable! I love her! :) she had me laughin at the end!

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  12. xedos

    you all don’t know the history of the music industry. You hear about the British invasion. that was nothing more than white English band example rolling stones covering black music and shipping it back to the USA. while america refuse to play black music on mainstream radio. look on rock and roll and jazz today.most kids today would may not even know that these music was created by blacks.the white media hate on black music ,but as soon as a white person does it the same white media is quick to crown them King and queen of our music. have emnem ever lost in any category he got nominated in at any awards show? it just like Kanye said he has over 20 Grammy’s,but he never won any in the umbrella category its only in the black category. The same thing is repeating its self again. when Justine releases a song it get play on Urban and pop radio. when a rnb artist releases a song, it only get play on urban radio. how are they suppose to sell any record or get number 1 on the hot 100.?

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    ellimac Reply:

    @xedos, you have some valid points, but r&b artist do get play on urban stations. If you think about it the ratio is proportionate to music produced. Also, we all know that real music is just know coming back. Futhermore, ariana had a fan base coming into mainstream from broadway and television. also, if you ever travel abroad our artist i.e. rihanna , 50 cent..have a huge fanbase and play. and the reason why justin get so much play is because his fans are loyal and turn profit quick. so of course he gets more slots. That’s why nicki does well too cuz her fans are loyal. it’s all about profit. If we supported our artist..real artist and vocalist.. by actually BUYING music then they would get more play like beyonce and rihanna do. rihanna got several hot number ones. so do beyonce.

    ps. i don’t know about you but i’m just wanting for nas to blow up the scene and remind us what’s it’s all about.

    addionally, who else in the game has a range like ariana? i don’t think there is anybody doing whistle tones anymore besides the great mariah. This is why she is getting play. lets just love music and talented. yup

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    ellimac Reply:

    *mainstream station

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    Guest Reply:

    @ellimac, And much of the music that Ariana was influenced by, she got from following those artists, that some say, get no air play. If this little Italian girl could find it, while growing up, no one else has any excuses. Don’t just leave it up to the radio & media to put it out there for you. If people want that, they need to take a page out of Ariana’s book, and do their homework too. Look for it if that’s what you want! Radio & Media are about $$$ if they think that it will benefit them, they will give you more, complaining on these sites won’t change a thing!

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  14. Wow

    If she wasn’t playing around she probably would have done a great job. I like her as an artist though. She seems very laid back and down to earth. I hope she stays that way too.

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  18. Goldberg

    She’s a good singer. Hopefully she won’t be hanging out when something bad goes down.
    Black music in the 60s was positive. What happened?

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