Ariana Grande is in a new space.
Keen to support fans who survived the terrorism attack she faced at one of her live shows in Manchester, England, the performer now sets her sights on better days with an uplifting brand new album named ‘Sweetener.’
This week, she has spoken to ‘Time’ about it.
When you’re handed a challenge instead of sitting there and complaining about it, why not try to make something beautiful?
Grande’s conversation with the publication saw her detail the journey leading up to her album’s conception and how her need to comfort and uplift her fans drove its lyrics.
The name of one of these tracks? ‘God is a Woman.’
How it’s described?
An anthemic, sultry banger in which Grande’s voice is layered so that it sounds like a choir, but really, it’s only her, multiplied.
Another? ‘Get Well Soon.’
An interwoven in dense layers of sound, creating an otherworldly effect.
What Grande said about it?
It’s like I’m talking to all of my thoughts in my head and they’re singing back to me.
‘Sweetener’ is yet to bag a due date.