After having much huge success with her lead single, Ariana Grande finally drops her most anticipated album ‘Thank U, Next‘.
When it dropped in August of last year, Sweetener felt like the album Ariana Grande was always meant to make. It’s not just Grande’s best album—it’s her most consistent and conceptually sound release to date. And as Grande reflected on the terror attack at her 2017 concert in Manchester, England, her songs took on a new tenor of vulnerability.
Ariana Grande has been through a lot in the past six months. After breaking up with fiancé Pete Davidson and suffering the loss of her ex Mac Miller.
With Sweetener, Ariana Grande came into her own both artistically and emotionally, and ascended to a new echelon of international pop stardom.
Now, less than half a year after the release of Sweetener, Ariana Grande is giving us another album.