Ariana Grande: her seventh album is coming very quickly

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Very silent on social networks since the start of the year, it was through an Instagram post that Ariana Grande teased her next opus.

Ariana Grande has not said her last word. While she has been busy filming “Wicked”, the musical in which she stars with her supposed boyfriend, Ethan Slater, the singer wants to move on to the next part very quickly.

In fact, she teased, this Monday, October 23, on her social networks the preparation of her new album. On Instagram, Ariana Grande joked about the title of this new opus: “ ag7: goat mother ”, or in French “ ag7: the mother of goats “. A caption accompanied by a series of photos which show her on a farm, surrounded by her loved ones and animals. The post has already been liked 3 million times just hours after its publication.

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For the moment, no exact date for this highly anticipated release has been announced. We simply know that this will be Ariana Grande’s seventh album. A source told “Page Six” earlier this month that the singer “ wants to be respectful of Wicked’s agenda, basically she didn’t want to make music at all before the film was released. »

Her most attentive fans nevertheless knew that she had returned to the studios for some time. She was notably seen with producer Max Martin, with whom she collaborated on numerous hits such as “God Is a Woman”.

“Positions”, Ariana Grande’s latest album, dates from October 2020.


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