In October (as we reported here), Ariana Grande sent fans into a frenzy by insinuating she had been saving vocals from her hotly-selling ‘Sweetener’ world tour ‘in case [they wanted] a live album one day.’
Yet, despite following the revelation with an announcement she was going to take a much-needed break from the music scene due to ‘feeling overexposed’ (click here to read more), she took to social media moments ago with news to confirm the live album is not only in the works, but that she’s nearly put the final touches on it.
Grande, in the final stages of her ‘Sweetener’ tour, took to Twitter Sunday (December 1) to reveal:
The effort – presumably comprised of live vocals from her current jaunt and other showings from its accompanying era (as well the succeeding ‘thank u next’ era) – will come as her first live album. Prized for her soaring vocal displays (which have drawn comparison to that of Pop icon Mariah Carey‘s over the 26-year-old’s short, but storied career), we join fans in anticipation for the set.
As of time reported, no official release date has been announced.