Ariana Grande, previously osnapitzari and Ariana Grande`, is Ariana Grande's official YouTube channel. Her account was previously named her YouTube channel "osnapitzari" which means "Oh snap, it's Ari." This is a reference to the Disney series That's So Raven. Currently, she has 317 videos with a total of more than 19.5 billion views. In 2018, after a YouTube update, her VEVO account was merged into this account. As of February 9, 2019, this became the most-subscribed female artist on YouTube with over 49 million subscribers.
Grande has made many impressions of different artists/people she likes and VLOGS too. Grande's old videos were of when she was a brunette before she became famous. She has also made many song covers and other miscellaneous videos. Grande deletes videos frequently, usually ones that are old covers of songs. For example, she deleted "Rolling In The Deep" even though it was her most viewed video with over 40 million views. Her first video was Ain't No Other Man, her most viewed video is her cover of "Emotions" by Mariah Carey, and her most recent video is the Manchester One Love concert on June 4th, 2017.
This a list of Ariana's covers that are still on Youtube from oldest to newest.
- "There's Hope" by India Arie
- "Suddenly Seymour" (with Frankie Grande) by Little Shop of Horrors (musical)
- "O Holy Night" (with Graham Phillips)
- "ABC" by Jackson 5
- "Born This Way/Express Yourself" Mashup by Lady Gaga/Madonna
- "Chestnuts" (with Elizabeth Gillies) by The King Cole Trio
- "Reflection" by Christina Aguilera (recorded at 11 years old)
- "Die in Your Arms" by Justin Bieber
- "Gimme Some Lovin'" by The Spencer Davis Group
- "Emotions" by Mariah Carey
- "I Believe In You And Me" by Whitney Houston (Live Version & Studio Version)
- "Baby, It's Cold Outside" (with Mac Miller) by Frank Loesser
- "Sweet Life" by Frank Ocean
- "Just For Now" by Imogen Heap
- "Where The Boys Are" by Connie Francis
- "Private Party" by India Arie
- "Heart Of The Matter" by India Arie
- "Be Alright" by Justin Bieber
On September 27, 2013, Grande said she was going to start a new series on her YouTube channel. The songs she would sing would be covers and they would be sung "lullaby like". Although, Grande didn't do a new video every Friday, she has posted five videos to date. Four of them have the name #LullabyFriday in the title. Grande will most likely not continue Lullaby Friday anymore, considering the length of time it has been since a video was posted.
When Grande was younger, she did a parody of the movie Freaky Friday called Freaky Forever about two siblings who one day woke up in each other's bodies.
Starring in this series are Ariana Grande and Aaron Simon Gross as the siblings (although they are not related in real life).
"No Tears Left to Cry" BTS
On April 18, 2018, a video entitled "ʎɹɔ oʇ ʇɟǝl sɹɐǝʇ ou 4.20" was uploaded containing a 29-second snippet / intro from "No Tears Left To Cry". At some point the video was made unlisted but can still be watched here. Three behind-the-scenes videos were released on April 23, April 27 and May 25, 2018, respectively.
"God Is A Woman"
On July 13, 2018, a "God Is a Woman" lyric video was released. On July 23, 2018, the "God Is A Woman" behind-the-scenes video was released.
- Many people have tried to impersonate Ariana Grande with different variations of her channel name, but the only YouTube accounts she is affiliated with are osnapitzari, Ariana Grande, ArianaGrandeVevo, WeAreStoopKid, and Honeymoon Diaries.