Ariana Grande silences her critics in the music video for “Yes, and?” »

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The music video for “yes, and?” », the new heady song by Ariana Grande, has just been revealed. It does not disappoint!

Ariana Grande has just revealed the music video for her new song “yes, and?” », first extract from his seventh album. A title with house and dance influences straight from the 90s which is reminiscent of Madonna’s famous “Vogue”.

Directed by Christian Breslauer, the clip presents a story of revenge. Ariana Grande performs her new song in front of people who only criticized her at the start of the video. Result ? They are completely seduced by the piece and even go so far as to dance with her and her choreographers.

A cry of anger against his detractors

For her big comeback, Ariana Grande chose to respond to her “haters” in song. She intones, for example: “ Don’t comment on my body, don’t respond / Your business is yours and mine is mine / Why do you care so much? » This literally explosive clip seems to usher in a prolific year for Ariana Grande. Barely published, it already has more than 100,000 views.

In addition to the release of her 7th album, Ariane Grande’s 2024 news will be marked by the release, in November, of a major musical film entitled “Wicked – Part 1”, an adaptation of the Broadway musical Wicked ( 2023). The musical tells what happened in the World of Oz long before Dorothy arrived. At first rivals, the green and intelligent Elphaba becomes friends with the blonde and bubbly Glinda. But the world decides that these two witches must face each other!


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