Ariana Grande Will Release A New Album Before October Ends

Ariana Grande trends on Twitter after revealing she’s dropping new music this month & acting in a Netflix comedy


Natalie Benoit

AfterBuzz TV Host & Writer
Posted On: October 14th, 2020 10:28 pm pst

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Ariana Grande went viral on Wednesday after revealing she’s dropping an album sometime before the end of October. The 27-year-old performer shared the news in a tweet that trended on the app and stirred excitement among Arianators. The prospective new music will be Grande’s sixth studio album, all of which have come out in the last decade.  

The announcement of AG6 was met with an outpouring of love and eagerness. Fans have already made TikTok videos and memes in response to the news. The person running the MTV Twitter page was very candid about their reaction to the unexpected announcement, responding to Grande with “I just choked on my avocado toast.” Spotify’s Twitter account even tweeted out, “Ariana saves 2020.” Several celebrities also reacted on social media.  

Netflix also confirmed today that Grande will appear alongside a wave of other popular actors in director Adam McKay’s star-studded comedy, Don’t Look Up. The movie is set with one of the best, celebrity stacked casts in recent cinema history. Jennifer Lawrence stars as an astronomer beside other A-listers: Grande, Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill,  Timothée Chalamet, Kid Cudi, and several others.        

The award-winning pop singer’s last album, thank u, next, was released Feb. 8, 2019. It was followed by The Sweetener World Tour, which was in support of her fourth and fifth studio albums. It was also Grande’s fourth concert tour with just over 100 different shows in Europe and North America. 

Grande first hinted she was working on new music on the one year anniversary of thank u, next. She captioned the Instagram post with a sincere message about the personal impact the project had on her and how it gave her the courage to feel vulnerable. 

“I have been writing and creating a lot lately and it feels nice. I am in no rush to pop anything out of the oven yet!! But I do look forward to this new chapter and sharing more stories/life with you,” the singer and actress expressed. 

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happy birthday thank u next 🤍 making this project with so many dear friends quite literally saved my life and gave me the courage to be vulnerable and be honest with people. thank u for making me feel heard, safe and incredibly human. it is nice (and so healing) to know that i don’t have to hide behind a weird, polished pop star facade and that i’m able to connect with so many people over my truths and pain. i know that should have clicked for me sooner but it didn’t and i want to thank u for showing me first hand that it is okay. all of it. i have been writing and creating a lot lately and it feels nice. i am in no rush to pop anything out of the oven yet !! but i do look forward to this new chapter and sharing more stories / life with u. :) sending a tremendous, warm hug.

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There’s no finalized tracklist or official name for AG6, but the music sensation is sure to drop great new songs with her incredible vocals!  

 

About The Author:

Natalie Benoit is a bilingual, multimedia student journalist at Emerson College working on her bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in public relations. She is a fall 2020 virtual intern for AfterBuzz TV who hopes to pursue a career in entertainment news reporting and producing. Benoit is a huge fan of action packed fantasies and teen angst shows, including Money Heist, The Witcher and Euphoria. She’s also an avid TikTok user and enjoys watching YouTube videos from different creators.

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