New Song: Ariana Grande – ‘God Is A Woman’

Published: Thursday 12th Jul 2018 by Sam

Ariana Grande is strutting on with purpose to the August 17th release of new album ‘Sweetener.’

And with the date fast approaching, the vocal wonder serves up another taste of the LP in the form of its official second single ‘God Is A Woman.’

Boasting a eye-and-ear-grabbing title, the song itself makes for an equally compelling listen to.

Darker and harder-hitting than predecessor ‘No Tears Left To Cry,’ the cut awaits your listening after the jump…

Well, ok Ari!

With its unexpected lyrical and production lean, this may well be her most interesting offering in a long while.

The instrumentation is sparse, yet rich and rounded and vocally Grande uses her voice to epic effect – especially the fireworks she sets off at the cut’s climax.

For us, this has all the hallmarks of a hit – without sounding like predictable radio fodder. Time will tell if it’s embraced as such. In the meanwhile, what are…

Your thoughts?

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  1. Meme July 12, 2018

    This era for her is mussy. All over the place. No vision or artistry. Her and Nicki need to do a album together. Both lost.

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  2. Meme July 12, 2018

    This song is confusing asf. Is this a sexual song or a uplifting song about faith? I feel like this title doesn’t go with the mood or lyrics.

    • Jasmine Da Bi Asian NOT Trashmine or TROLLmine??‍♀️??‍♀️ July 13, 2018

      Or maybe it’s just a little too complicated for you to understand. I interpret it as her speaking to a man, entrancing him like a love God then saying to him in his trance that “ya see, God is a woman”. It isn’t really that deep of a song

  3. Detruth July 12, 2018

    I’m a huge Ari fan this is the best single so far this era for her. Its not bubblegum and it shows off her vocal abilities. Give us more good beats and deep lyrics please Ari. With that voice and at this age we need music that will stand the test of time.

    • RihNaj July 13, 2018

      Yes I like this one more than the others, I’m thinking why didn’t nicki choose to be on this track she would have killed it!! So far both been choosing bad single choices ? but I like this one ?

      • Detruth July 13, 2018

        Yea I haven’t liked any of Nicki new releases. Idk wth she’s doing over there.

  4. Aj July 13, 2018

    So I’m guessing “The Light is Coming” is being demoted to promo status ?

    Tbh this era has been messy and is a bit rubbish. The album name and visuals are weird, the singles are weak and boring and she is very repetitive in terms of collaborators etc.

    This era will be her shortest one yet and I’m predicting her weakest first week numbers yet. (Circa 40k, or 100k sps)

  5. DanYiel Iman July 13, 2018

    I don’t take her music seriously…

    • And what July 13, 2018

      and no one on here takes your wack commentary serious either h0£! So you guys have something in common….

  6. Whoops ???‍♀️?? July 13, 2018

    Of all she’s given, I like this one the best. But it’s still ok. The message does seem a little muddled at first. At first listen, I’m tryna fugure out if she’s talking to another girl, a guy, everybody, god… kinda figured it out by the end. And maybe Ariana simply doesn’t have the life experience so we expect too much, but her music almost never seems to penetrate topics below the subjects of fun or s** (and even that’s subtle). I think she had an opportunity here to go deeper and didn’t. Ariana is consistent but she doesn’t grow, artistically, like she should. And the album seems all over the place.

  7. Achooo! July 13, 2018

    She must be talking about Inanna goddess of love, beauty, s**, desire, fertility, war, combat, justice, and political power.

  8. Drinkmybussyjuice July 13, 2018

    This is the beat release so far.

  9. Beam Me Up Scotty July 13, 2018

    I like this a lot more than “The Light is Coming.” I actually think Nicki and her should’ve collaborated on this song instead.

  10. eric July 13, 2018

    The metaphorical language in this song is some of the most reckless lyricizing I’ve ever heard. Ariana’s career is going nowhere fast.

    • Casual July 13, 2018

      I was thinking exactly this, if not in such smartly eloquent terms.

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