It appears as though Ariana Grande‘s sixth studio album is coming sooner than we think.
In a new interview with Insider, Grande’s frequent collaborator Tayla Parx revealed new details about the effort.
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Parx who co-wrote the song’s ‘Needy,’ ‘Ghostin,’ ‘7 Rings,’ and the title track from Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ album revealed that the pop star is working with the same crew who helped make that album.
“The ‘Thank U, Next’ crew did get back together over quarantine. We just kind of let it happen naturally, same way as the last album.”
The hitmaker went on to describe the project, saying:
“I think she has to tell you more about [the album] herself, but I can tell you she’s made, yet again, another evolution.”
“And that’s what I’m here for, that’s the type of music that I want to create with artists,” she continued. “Music that allows them to show different sides of themselves with each project. And we’re just going to get to know her even more this time around, which I’m really excited for the world to see.”
“I’m excited for her to tell you guys just more about where her head was at with this project, because it truly is incredible, honestly, and I can’t wait for the world to hear it.”
While the ‘Break Free’ singer has yet to reveal many details herself, she did tease a snippet of new vocals last week.
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While Grande has not released any solo music this year, she did release her chart-topping collaborations with Justin Bieber (‘Stuck With U’) and Lady Gaga (‘Rain On Me’).
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