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ARIANA GRANDE – THANK U NEXT mp3 ALBUM A compromise was reached whereby “7 Rings” would be part of a medley, but Grande pulled out after producers insisted that the second song be of their choosing. The source added that such stipulations were not imposed on other performers at the show. Reps for the Grammys did not immediately respond to Variety‘s requests for comment. (The news of Grande’s dispute with the Grammys over song choice was first reported by Hits.) Grande is nominated for two Grammy Awards this year: best pop solo performance for “God Is a Woman” and best pop vocal album for Sweetener. It’s safe to say 2019 is off to a big start for Ariana.
Ariana Grande has called out Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich for lying about the reasons behind her absence from this weekend’s awards.Ehrlich had told the Associated Press that Grande was in talks to perform at the Grammys on Sunday, but ultimately “felt it was too late for her to pull something together”.
Grande has publicly disputed that lack of time was the deciding factor, tweeting, “I’ve kept my mouth shut, but now you’re lying about me.”The album was listed under the name Zandhr and contained ten, unreleased tracks. However, it seems that this is a separate project to Ariana’s upcoming fifth studio album.The “7 Rings” video was inspired by the Tiffany rings Grande bought her best friends and the idea of “retail therapy,” and shows a house party with all of her closest girls. From each of the tracks already released, Grande seems to have stayed true to her advancements on Sweeetner, which have propelled her into a superstar pop artist rather than a classically-inspired musician.
Today’s pop stars typically rely on rappers to deliver the kind of braggadocious verses that would otherwise dirty up their squeaky-clean personas, but Grande spits her own rhymes throughout Thank U, Next, and they’re so slick that Princess Nokia and Soulja Boy have both accused her of biting their flows. There are no guest rappers on this decidedly lean follow-up to last year’s Sweetener, and while one might expect it to be filled with at least a few stale leftovers from that album, the songs here rarely sound like sloppy seconds.
The dissenting tweets come on the heels of a Variety report that Grande felt “insulted” when Grammys producers wouldn’t allow her to perform 7 Rings, the chart-topping single from her album thank u, next, which drops on Friday, two days before the telecast. Producers allegedly agreed to 7 Rings only if performed as part of a medley, but Grande backed out when they insisted on choosing the second song. Variety’s source claimed that no other performer met these demands.
Thank U, Next is easily Grande’s most sonically consistent effort to date, even if that means some of the album’s sleek R&B tracks tend to blur together. Aside from a wealth of trap beats and finger snaps, the album’s most notable characteristic is the recurring use of orchestral flourishes. The opening track, “Imagine,” is a dreamy midtempo ballad, with Grande pining for an Instagram-perfect romance that comprises sharing sexy baths and pad thai. The song takes a sudden turn in its final third, as it builds to a hypnotic climax filled with cinematic swells and Grande’s euphoric, Minnie Ripperton-esque whistle notes.
A similar problem occurred last year when multiple-nominee Lorde reportedly refused to perform after only being offered a spot in a Tom Petty tribute instead of a solo sequence. At the time, Ehrlich claimed: “We have a box and it gets full. She had a great album. There’s no way we can really deal with everybody.”
Grande remains one of the biggest pop stars in the world, with 144 million Instagram followers and 60 million on Twitter. When 7 Rings was released last month, it broke the Spotify record for most plays in a 24-hour period with 15m streams.
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