Exhausted but happy, Ariana Grande teases her new album

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Ariana Grande posted a series of photos and videos on her social networks to tease her next album. The opus is expected in 2024.

An invitation marked in lipstick on the back of an image that looks like an album cover. This is one of the photos that Ariana Grande posted on her Instagram account on Wednesday night.

Like a late gift, the singer gave her fans an appointment “next year”. The photo is followed by a carousel in which there is a studio photo, a video of the singer’s mother dancing to the rhythm of music whose sound has been deliberately muted.

The post ends with a video where the singer is lying on a sofa, visibly exhausted, and crying with joy to have finally finished the album. “ Are you tired ? Did you work hard? Is this the last day of the album? ”, we can hear from the person filming.

Questions to which the singer answers while crying and laughing: “I’m so tired, but so happy and grateful.” The singer ends up bursting out laughing, declaring: “I feel like I weigh 3,000 tons, I can’t move!” »

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“AG7” is coming

The singer had already excited her “Arianators” by posting numerous videos and photos of her in the studio. The “God Is a Woman” singer also joked by proposing “AG7: Goat Mother” as the album title in the caption of a photo where she was in the company of goats.

This last post is more explicit and therefore confirms the release date of the project in 2024. The blurred photo of the singer’s cheek could very well be the illustration of the album cover, and it’s a safe bet that the singer’s mother sketches some dance moves on an unreleased track which will appear on the album in development.

The long wait of Ariana Grande’s admirers seems to be getting a little closer to its end. The seventh album will therefore be available in 2024, four years after “Positions” unveiled in October 2020.


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