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Ariana Grande Begins Teasing "Eternal Sunshine" Tracklist


Mon 29 Jan 2024 | 09:52 PM
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Ariana Grande is dropping more teasers for her seventh album, "Eternal Sunshine".

The 30-year-old pop star took to Instagram to unveil a new alternate cover for the album and teased a tracklist containing two more songs from the forthcoming set.

Earlier this month, the Wicked star unleashed Eternal Sunshine lead single “Yes, And?” and announced that the album will be released on March 8.

The Grammy winner previously confirmed that the upcoming album would have multiple covers. The artwork for “Yes, And?” features close-up photo of Grande’s face and red lips, while other alternate covers find the singer posing in a white babydoll top and red tulle gloves.

Grande’s other big reveal was a teaser of the Eternal Sunshine‘s 13-song tracklist in her Instagram Story

The opener is titled “Intro (End of the World), the fifth song is “Eternal Sunshine,” and song No. 9 is “Yes, And?” No other songs were revealed at press time.

“it is overwhelming and so sincerely moving to see how many of you this song has resonated with,” Grande wrote in her Instagram Story. "It is such a gift to feel so seen and held by you! thank you for your positivity, for your support and for everything. you have no idea how much you mean to me! this is absolutely because of and entirely for you. thank you!”

The star’s latest album rollout follows her yearslong break from music, having spent the time since 2020’s "Positions" focusing on her R.E.M. Beauty business and her role in the upcoming live-action adaptations of the Broadway musical Wicked. 

In the past three years, her pop star endeavors have only spanned guesting on other artists’ songs such as “Die for You” with The Weeknd and “Met Him Last Night” with Demi Lovato and releasing a 10th anniversary edition of her debut albums, "Yours Truly".