The rapper previously told PEOPLE that this very track was the one that brought the couple together

By Stephanie Petit
December 13, 2016 12:57 PM

Ariana Grande and Mac Miller are making beautiful music together.

The real-life couple collaborated on a new song called “My Favorite Part,” and the accompanying music video clip gets super steamy.

In it, the duo play next door neighbors who can barely contain their attraction for each other. Grande, 24, and Miller, 24, are shown pacing around their apartments simultaneously, clearly wishing a wall wasn’t separating them.

“You just don’t know how beautiful you are, And baby that’s my favorite part. You walk around so clueless to it all, Like nobody gonna break your heart,” croons Miller to his girl.

Eventually, the rapper makes the move to knock on Grande’s door, but she opens it first and pulls him inside before he can.

The Divine Feminine single is the first time Grande has lent her voice to a Miller song, but the duo have previously collaborated on her songs “The Way” and a remix for “Into You.”

The rapper previously told PEOPLE that this very track was the one that brought the couple together. He reached out to Grande when he thought she would be a great artist to feature on the song, and their established friendship blossomed into something more romantic.

“I wrote that love song before I saw her. We’re very good friends, first and foremost,” he said. “We made that song and started becoming close again. It’s very dope and I like how that worked out.”

Grande confirmed rumors of the relationship in September, posting a photo on Instagram of the two lovebirds hugging on the floor with the caption “baabyyy,” while tagging Miller.

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