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ARIANA GRANDE – THANK U NEXT mp3 ALBUM This year’s ceremony will see performances from Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and Diana Ross with nominations led by Kendrick Lamar.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.
What’s your favourite Ariana Grande single of the past nine months? Was it April’s No Tears Left to Cry, or July’s ballad God Is a Woman? Maybe it was September’s anti-anxiety anthem, Breathin. Perhaps you weren’t a fan of Sweetener, the album that housed all three, and preferred November’s Thank U, Next, a single from a forthcoming album of the same title released this Friday. That global chart-topper was followed a month later by Imagine, which has now been replaced by 7 Rings.
Grande’s more-is-more attitude not only demonstrates how rapidly streaming culture has reshaped the way music is released, but, as she outlined in a recent interview with Billboard, how it liberates her from the music industry’s traditionally long-winded release cycle (“Do the teaser before the single, then do the single, and wait to do the preorder, and radio has to impact before the video, and we have to do the discount on this day”). Instead, she releases music direct to her fans, “in the way that a rapper does”.
Grande’s rapid-fire release strategy aligns her with a host of emerging pop artists who pepper streaming services with tracks, collaborations, acoustic covers, EPs and so-called “retail mixtapes” (basically an unofficial album) on an almost weekly basis.
Ariana Grande hasn’t always been a superstar, at least not in the world-stopping, internet-breaking way that defines the icons of the current pop generation. But somewhere between her debut in 2013 — which found her stepping out of the Nickelodeon shows where she made her name and into young adult pop and R&B — and the impending release of her fifth album, thank u, next, she has pulled off a rare evolution.
Plenty of artists have channeled real trauma into their work or spun gossip into gold, but particularly in the past year, Grande has seemed to do so almost in real time. In the process, the 25-year-old has transformed in the public eye: from a pop wunderkind with a mighty voice to a figure whose every move of late redefines what modern pop stardom can look like.
thank u, next is out Friday, Feb. 8. Teased in late 2018 with the surprise drop of its confessional title track, it is Grande’s most anticipated project yet — promising a glimpse at what her life, as one of the most visible figures in pop culture, looks like in 2019. Here’s a timeline of the fervent period leading up to this week’s release.
The pop star is first reported by entertainment site Bossip to be linked with Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson, eight days after acknowledging her breakup with Miller. The breakneck pace of their romance and grand, public, sometimes bracing displays of affection become a point of fascination for media outlets. On June 15, the couple announce they are engaged. A month later, Grande releases “God Is a Woman,” which Davidson will call his favorite track on her forthcoming album, Sweetener.
On Saturday, Nov. 3, shortly before SNL goes to air, the single “thank u, next” is surprise-released. Far from a diss track, it is an earnest recognition of loves lost, thanking Grande’s famous exes by name and reflecting on their time together without snark or spite. (For what it’s worth, Davidson wishes her the best on that night’s “Weekend Update.”) The song goes supernova, debuting at No. 1, where it will stay — with one brief interruption by Travis Scott — for seven weeks. Days later, Grande performs the song on Ellen alongside co-writers Victoria Monet and Tayla Parx, re-creating a scene from The First Wives Club in a preview of coming attractions.
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