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February 8, 2019 at 2:56 am #796
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Grande has publicly disputed that lack of time was the deciding factor, tweeting, “I’ve kept my mouth shut, but now you’re lying about me.”“i can pull together a performance over night and you know that, Ken,” she continued. “it was when my creativity & self expression was stifled by you, that i decided not to attend. i hope the show is exactly what you want it to be and more.”
It feels like it’s crazy soon to be writing new music, but ’tis the life of an artiste, you guys. However, just because Ari is writing right now, that doesn’t mean she’s going to be turning the lyrics into songs just yet. Ariana told a news outlet, via Twitter, that she’s just writing for the fun of it… but let’s hope she eventually does release the music. Since Sweetener, Grande has said she’s been through “hell and back.” Just three weeks after the record’s release, Grande’s ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died of a reported accidental overdose. In October, Grande split with then-fiancé Pete Davidson, who served as inspiration for at least one track on Sweetener.
It comes as no surprise that Thank U, Next finds Grande coming to terms with the death of Mac Miller, and with her split from Pete Davidson. “7 Rings” deals explicitly with her reaction to the breakup, while “Imagine” was likely inspired by Miller’s passing. Responding to a fan on Twitter, Grande revealed that “Imagine” is about “a simple, beautiful love that is now (and forever) unattainable.”
The album’s title track namechecks several high-profile exes, including Big Sean and Ricky Alvarez alongside Miller and Davidson. It’s her second album in six months, following on from ‘Sweetener’.Per Variety, Ariana felt “insulted” when producers refused to let her perform “7 Rings.” And while they eventually agreed to let her perform the new single as part of a medley, they insisted on picking her second song. Variety’s sources say that other artists at the show are 100 percent NOT having to deal with “such stipulations,” so—assuming all this is true—Ariana’s decision to pull out seems pretty understandable.
The album’s newly released tracklist has Grande stans conspiring about which songs correspond to which personal events in the pop star’s life. Grande shed some light on the track “Ghostin” via Twitter: “[‘Ghostin’ is about] feeling badly for the person you’re with bc you love somebody else. feeling badly bc he can tell he can’t compare…. and how i should be ghosting him.” In the same thread, she wrote that “In My Head” has to do with “being in love w a version of somebody you’ve created in your head. falling for someone that they are not.”
It’s not yet clear whether Thank U, Next will be more in line with the playful ferocity of “7 Rings” or the reflective determination of its title track. Though both songs maintain the trap influence that made for some great cuts on Sweetener, and the production is typically strong, they adopt radically different perspective on past trauma and divergent ideas about how to move forward.