Ariana Grande just released a new single from her upcoming album Sweetener, and it’s enough to convert nonbelievers into devout fans.
Shortly after releasing “God Is a Woman,” the 25-year-old singer made one of her most outwardly feminist statements yet through the single’s surreal music video featuring allusions to famous works of art, biblical references
and even a narrative appearance by Madonna, who recites Samuel L. Jackson’s Ezekiel 25:17 from Pulp Fiction.
It’s a whole lot and just right at the same damn time. Ahead, read reactions from viewers who are having quite the religious experience following the video’s release.