Ariana Grande introduced Monday (Nov. 5) that pop duo Social House will be a part of her Sweetener World Tour, together with fellow opening act Normani.
Social House -- made up of Los Angeles-based musicians, writers and producers Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson -- co-produced Grande's not too long ago launched "thank u, subsequent" track, an ode to her exes, together with rapper Big Sean, backup dancer Ricky Alvarez, late boyfriend Mac Miller and ex-fiancee Pete Davidson.
The duo have additionally written and produced songs for Chris Brown, Steve Malcolm and Jennifer Lopez earlier than releasing their debut single "Magic within the Hamptons" that includes Lil Yachty this previous summer time.
While the 2 haven't introduced an album, they not too long ago shared their second rhythmic pop single "Higher."
Grande's 2019 Sweetener World Tour is about to kick off March 18 in Albany, New York, and can wrap up at New York's Madison Square Garden on June 18, with tickets already on sale. Check out the full listing of tour dates accessible right here.