Ariana Grande's new album will be called "Sweetner."
We’ve been hearing rumors that Ariana Grande was getting ready to kickoff the campaign for her next album soon, and it appears she just did so on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night. Serving as the show’s only guest, the pop singer used her platform to announce the title of her upcoming album, Sweetner.
“It's kinda about bringing light to a situation to someone life or somebody else who brings light to your life. Or sweetening the situation,” she said about the title Sweetner.
Ariana said the album will be dropping “this Summer” (hinting at July) and will consist of songs like “God Is A Woman,” “The Light Is Coming,” and “Raindrops,” which she said is a cover of a small song from the 50’s called “Angel Cried.” It’ll also be executive produced by Pharrell Williams and Max Martin.
In addition to the album talk, Ariana also participated in a “Musical Genre challenge” where she covered Drake’s “God’s Plan” and Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” She later would serve as the show’s musical act too, performing her new single “No Tears Left To Cry” for the first-time on television.
Check out the performance & album talk (below). Look for a new song to be coming soon.