Ariana Grande Promises a New Album Release This Month

After months of teasing on her social media, the artist confirmed that the project will drop by the end of October.

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Ariana Grande took to Twitter today to announce the release of an album this month, confirming long-circulating rumors of an upcoming record. This will mark the artist’s sixth studio LP, following the 2019’s thank u, next.

Over the last few months, the artist has teased short excerpts of songs which appear to be tracks from the new release. Most recently, Grande tweeted out a reference to “turning in mixes” alongside a call out to her fans reminding them to register to vote.

And in the year between releases, Grande has kept busy between a surprise feature on Lady Gaga’s “Rain On Me” and duet with Justin Bieber titled, “Stuck With U.”

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