Ariana Grande distributed her sixth studio album titled Positions on Friday.
Incredible American singer Ariana Grande releases a new album titled Positions on Friday, Oct. 30. The distribution of the album is started a week following the music video of the song Positions.
The Positions album includes a total of 14 tracks. It highlights global musicians, including The Weeknd, rapper Ty Dolla Sign, and Doja Cat.
Stream Ariana Grande’s new album
Ariana Grande’s Positions, which takes a plunge from Last Studio Album, is streaming on the most popular music app Hungama and Spotify. On her sixth studio release, Grande begins with an unquestionably mature and different R&B sound.
Early announcements discovered the voice awkwardly matching sweet innocence with a fresh appetite. However, the Positions album is bold and unapologetic. Grande is not weak but specific. Her lyrics for songs are simplistic, upright, facetious, and full of desire all at once.
Shocking lyrics as 34+35
Every time she comes up with a good pack of lyrics. In this time, she had written unquestionably unimaginable lyrics on her new track. It contains on the tongue-in-cheek track, 34+35, and the self-explanatory shut up.
The new release arrives a week after the fall of positions’ trace single and the title track, with production by London on Da Track, Mr. Franks, and Tommy TBHits Brown.
At the beginning of this year 2020, Grande accompanied Lady Gaga on Rain on Me, from Gaga’s May album titled Chromatica. These two played the song mutually at MTV’s Video Music Awards in August as part of a Chromatica assortment at the commemoration.
The record acquired the Song of the Year, Best Collaboration, and Best Cinematography. Grande’s springtime single with Justin Bieber, Stuck with U, plus won for Best Music Video from Home.
Moreover, Grande has written a number of other collaborations in association with other artists. She developed Ice Cream with her 7 rings co-writer Victoria Monét for BLACKPINK and Selena Gomez. That track emerged on the K-pop group’s debut studio album at the beginning of this year.
Grande and Monét coupled up on Monopoly last spring. Grande co-wrote Normani’s debut solo song Motivation, which came a few months later. Following the executive producer chair on the track for last year’s reboot of Charlie’s Angels, she altered the Lizzo’s hit Good as Hell.
She also obliged as Piccola Grande, the Pickle Fairy of Hope on an episode of Jim Carrey’s Showtime comedy-drama Kidding.
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