Ariana Grande Reveals How Her Music Has Changed

Ariana Grande's New Album

Ariana Grande Discusses 'Sweetener,' Being Open With Fans, and Life After Manchester in New Interview

A source told People magazine, "After Ariana's performance, they were backstage and he had his arm around her".

Grande's fourth studio album Sweetener is due out in July, and she says fans can expect it to be more message-driven than her previous releases.

The video for "No Tears Left to Cry" subtly featured a bee as an homage to the victims and survivors of the tragic bombing during her Manchester concert last May.

Ariana Grande recently sat down with the Fader to talk about her upcoming album Sweetener, and how the music will reflect her recent experiences and hardships.

She explains, "I've always just been like a shiny, singing, 5-6-7-8, thing". Issa bop but also has chunks of my soul in it. She worked with Pharrell Williams to take her music in this newer direction, revealing that she cried many times during the writing sessions. "Here is my bleeding heart, and here is a trap beat behind it.' There's definitely some crying-on-the-dancefloor stuff on this one".

Grande's work after Manchester was mostly with Max Martin, the legendary songwriter-producer behind many of her biggest hits including "Problem", "Break Free", "Love Me Harder", "Dangerous Woman", "Side To Side", and "Into You".

"I am not a babysitter or a mother and no woman should feel that they need to be". I have fans that have become friends of mine. They text all the time and she even plays them songs before her label hears them. He was hanging out with her and her friends... Their new material together includes "Get Well Soon", on which Grande talks herself through an anxiety attack.

Unpopular opinion: They've only been dating a minute, but Pete Davidson is already the finest of Ariana Grande's boyfriends. Originally, Grande withheld five tracks from the album because she was anxious that they were "too emotionally honest", she told The Fader.

Earlier this morning, a photo of Ariana and her new beau, Pete Davidson, emerged online and her fans flipped out! Bringing her once 10 song tracklist up to 15.

"I just think it's f**** up to stigmatize people as insane and say that they are unable to do stuff that anyone can do".

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