Ariana Grande has plans to drop new music this upcoming Monday. She and best friend Victoria Monét went back and forth on Twitter talking about releasing new music until the early hours of the morning. Some fans weren't happy about having to wait, but Grande said Monday would be the best time because the song still needs some work. 

This follows Grande's now-deleted Instagram story about how impulsive she's been and how her career has had an affect on her mental health. The two may have been performing this new song on Grande's Sweetener tour. Videos online have shown the two performing an unreleased song called "Got Her Own."

When you're Ariana Grande, you can release new music whenever you want. 

Grande has been all over social media since her Sweetener tour started, but Wednesday night she talked about releasing a new song with friend and fellow singer Victoria Monét. The two planned on dropping new music the following night because at that point Grande's single "7 Rings" would be the number one song for eight weeks straight — "the album might go back to no. 1 too," Grande wrote. The new song would be a celebration of Grande's success. 

Fans praised her for doing what she wants with her career. 

Grande responded to a fan who praised the singer for not caring about the rules and making music on her own schedule. 

"it feels sm healthier & sm more authentic & rewarding," Grande replied. "regardless of the outcome, i prefer this bc it’s real & feels happy. no games. i love music. i love the ppl i make it w. these past few months made me fall in love w this job all over again. so thank u sm for being down."

She's been tweeting about this new song ever since. 

The song was originally supposed to drop on March 29, but Grande shifted it to Monday, April 1.

Monét said the two of them should wait to drop the song so they could properly celebrate Grande's number one spot for eight weeks. Grande said the song just wasn't ready and that we're all just going to have to wait until Monday. 

"see, this is why i can’t go on twitter anymore. i get too excited and say s--- i shouldn’t. however, monday is soon enough," she wrote.

And she's not here for anyone trying to rush her about it. 

Of course, Grande's fans are super excited for a new song, so when she said it wasn't ready, some people threw a tantrum. They must have gotten too excited just like she did, but she's not letting anyone rush her work. One fan tweeted that they just couldn't wait till Monday for a new song, and Grande fired back with, "Girl u didn’t even know about this song til four hours ago goodnight."

Then her own fans started coming for her. 

I guess Grande just isn't allowed to talk about new music without having something at least close to finished, because fans aren't happy that they have to wait. This person says she shouldn't have teased the new music. I'm guessing it's because it wasn't ready at all when she did. Let the girl live. She's excited about her work, and there's nothing wrong with that.

Monét promises this new song is NOT an April Fools' prank, despite its release date.

It looks like the ladies forgot to check their calendars. This upcoming Monday is April Fools' Day, and Grande's fans will NOT be happy if this whole thing turns out to be a joke. When confronted, Monét insisted it was just a coincidence but it is pretty funny. Maybe they should drop the song on Tuesday just because.  

Maybe Grande and Monét have already performed this new song to the public.

One of the best parts of seeing someone live is that you have the chance to their hear new music before it's released. At one of Grande's recent tour stops, she wanted to "celebrate" with her fans by playing a song she said has not been released.

In this video, Grande brings Monét on stage to talk about their friendship and all the songs they've worked on together. They perform "Got Her Own." Maybe this will be the new song they release on Monday.

In a now-deleted addition to her Instagram story, Grande thanked her fans and said that she's been "random, impulsive, and excessive" with her music releases.

 Read the whole post in full below: 

"jus saying thanks for being supportive of my random, impulsive and excessive music releases. the first few years of this were really hard on my mental health and energy. i was so tired from promo trips and was always losing my voice and never knew what city i was in when i woke up.it was so much.it was worth it and i am grateful for everything i learned and accomplished when i did things that way, of course. 

"but i just feel so much more connected now and yeah....if i feel like i'm able to make special things with my incredible friends quickly, why not share them right away? it's a very dope feeling and has breathed so much air back into my lil lungs. thank u thank u. she's ranting tonight ladies. grateful tho. grateful ranting. that's a thing now i guess."