Everything to know about Ariana Grande's new album

Tanya Cunningham
February 10, 2019

Ariana Grande was angered by the music producer's claims, and posted his comments to social media.

An Ariana Grande fan has created some next level "Thank U, Next" album flyers complete with QR code's to stream the record and we're seriously impressed.

The video follows Grande around a series of parties where she runs into the seemingly happy couple, though each party is caught gazing at Grande instead of each other.

In the bouncier bop Bloodline she turns hardheaded, likely referring to Davidson: "Don't want you in my bloodline, yeah/Just wanna have a good time".

Some of the biggest news surrounding the 61st Grammy Awards are the artists who aren't performing, including Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino and Ariana Grande. Disregarding the typical pop star timeline, Grande has released this new album just two months after the mega-hit.


Grande has now taken issue with his side of the story, taking to Twitter on Thursday to grill him.

Of course, given how public Ariana's dating life is and how honest and open she's been with her fans about her break ups, many are now speculating as to who she's singing about on the track.

Kaufman also noted that the lyric, "Keep me in your orbit and you know you'll drag me under", shows a pretty valid understanding of how "large solar system bodies pull lower mass objects into them". In fact, she shared the wonderful message of healing to her followers through the song thank u, next.

"Ariana Grande comparing herself to ART is laughable at best". Grande has only publicly dated men, so the implied kiss at the end has led some viewers to accuse the singer of "queer-baiting" - or, at least, the use of a exhausted trope that (in the context of a song hinting at infidelity) reinforces harmful stereotypes about bisexual people. I liked it. And now that Ariana Grande has released the full twelve-track album, I've come to a horrifying realization. "But we realized that you might need some space", NASA tweeted.

But Ari was not having it and accused Ehrlich of lying. "I mean, theres not one of you in Crue who could go toe to toe with those vocals..."

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