Ariana Grande Shares Snippet of 'Sweetener' Intro Track 'Raindrops'
Today (June 26) may be Ariana Grande's birthday, but she just gave all of her fans a present.
Late last night, Grande posted a sneak peek of the intro track from her upcoming album Sweetener, titled "raindrops."
The clip shows Grande from an upside-down perspective, and as it transitions to right-side up, the camera pans out, revealing that the pop star is sitting on a set of stairs as she sings about raindrops and angels crying.
Her voice rings with clarity and emotion, indicating that fans are in for a treat with Sweetener, which is due Aug. 17.
It was, before she added 5 more songs and pushed it to AugustJakeP wrote:Album released on the...what now? I thought it was 20th July?Controlfreak wrote:Sweetener, which is due Aug. 17.
Ariana Grande Confirms 'God is a Woman' Will Be Her Next 'Sweetener' Single
Ariana Grande has promised fans that she'd deliver something big on the 20th of each month leading up to the release of her fourth record, Sweetener, on August 20.
This month, Grande dropped her Nicki Minaj collab, "The Light is Coming." But the singer took to Twitter on June 27 to announce that "The Light is Coming" isn't actually the second single for her upcoming album; instead, she confirmed that it is next month's delivery, "God is a Woman."
Grande previously explained the meaning behind the track is "sexual female empowerment & how women are literally everything & the universe is inside of us.”
Bitch I ran! That's You'll Never Know from her debut!LJC123 wrote:She just posted a clip on her Instagram story of her dancing to a song. Is it of the new album? It sounds like a summer bop!
idk, I mean the album already was pushed back once and she added 5 songs in the meantime, I feel they will just stick to this date since she seems to be fully satisfied now, which wasn't the case when the original July 20 date was still a thingTansike wrote:I'm afraid they may delay the album if "God Is A Woman" underperforms though. They should have released it on the back of "No Tears"...