In case you missed it, singer-songwriter Ariana Grande is about to drop some brand-new music this upcoming Friday, April 20. Both her brother Frankie and her mother Joan posted a photos in matching sweatshirts that said "No Tears Left to Cry" before Ariana broke her social media silence and announced the new song via Twitter and then again wearing the sweatshirt in her own Instagram story.
Her manager, Scooter Braun, confirmed at the end of a year ago that she had been working on a new album which would have a more mature sound.
The star's manager Scooter Braun has hinted her fourth album will have a more mature sound, telling Variety magazine: "She has such an extraordinary voice and it's time for her to sing the songs that define her".
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Grande officially revealed that the new track would be called "No Tears Left to Cry" via Twitter on Tuesday, but she got the word out another way too.
Pharrell, who has worked on the record, added that Ariana's new material was "amazing" and "next-level".
Grande became Manchester's first honorary citizen for her response to the bombing, after organising the One Love Manchester concert just two weeks on from the attack. The new track signals Grande's first studio album material since the release of 2016's Dangerous Woman, though she also guested on Calvin Harris' "Heatstroke" and collaborated on the Beauty and the Beast theme with John Legend previous year.
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Grande's last album, Dangerous Woman, was released in May 2016.
"Screaming from excitement. Yes, new music is coming from my daughter Friday".
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