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Ariana Grande Announces First Album in 3 Years: "See You Next Year"


Thu 28 Dec 2023 | 02:46 PM
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Ariana Grande is making her grand return in 2024 with a new album, the pop star confirmed Wednesday morning with a series of social media posts.

“See you next year,” Grande wrote in the caption to a carousel of Instagram photos and videos. Tagging her producer Ilya Salmanzadeh, Republic Records, and numerous others, Grande shared a variety of in-studio memories that vary in tone: a video of Grande’s mother dancing, a screenshot of a FaceTime call where she’s dancing, a photo of a warehouse (possibly a music video set?) and another photo shows her crying.

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“The two moods of the album,” she wrote in her Instagram story. 

The Grammy winner also included a video taken by someone who notes that it is “almost the last day of this album.” “I’m so tired,” she says in the clip. “But so happy and grateful. I also feel like I weigh 3,000 tons.

Fans also received a care package from Grande with a photo of her red-tinted lips and red lipstick from her R.E.M. Beauty line with a handwritten note that repeated: “See you next year.”

The album marks the pop star's seventh studio album and her first album since 2020's "Positions".

Aside from her entrepreneurial adventures, Grande has also had her hands full with her role in the upcoming “Wicked” film, due in November. 

She also recently signed with Brandon Creed and his new Good World Management firm, four months after sources confirmed that the singer had parted ways with longtime manager Scooter Braun.

Grande joins a roster that includes Demi Lovato, Troye Sivan, Charli XCX, Orville Peck, Mark Ronson, and former Fifth Harmony singer Normani, the latter via a co-management deal with Lydia Asrat’s firm Q10.