Ariana Grande recently reunited with rapper-producer Mac Miller on his The Divine Feminine album track "My Favorite Part" (well, musically; the two have been romantically united since at least late August), and they revealed the music video on December 12. The clip finds the real-life couple yearning for each other from nearish-afar.

Like the song itself — which is reminiscent of Musiq Soulchild's 2000 R&B classic "Just Friends (Sunny)"— the Luis Perez-directed video channels an early '00s vibe with its saturated, reds-heavy color palette. But it opens in black and white, with Grande and Miller playing neighbors who have a silent movie-style captioned exchange before pining for each other in their separate apartments. Symbolic flooding and psychic cuddling ensues (you'll see).

"I love you @larryfisherman," Ariana wrote on an Instagram post announcing the video, featuring the two making out. "We made another cool duet and I like your singing voice." Awww. Ariana first teamed up with Mac on Yours Truly's debut single, "The Way," back in 2013.

Watch Ariana Grande in Mac Miller's "My Favorite Part" video below.

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