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Kandi Burruss excited to have writing credits on Ariana Grande’s album Sweetener

Ariana Grande has unveiled the tracklist for her new album.

The ‘Dangerous Woman’ hitmaker had hinted to fans that she would release her fifth studio album ‘Thank U, Next’ around Valentine’s Day (14.01.19), and now she has confirmed it will arrive on February 8 according to BangShowbiz.

Alongside the full track-listing, she wrote: “Feb 8.” The highly anticipated album saw fans get into the new album is set for release only 7 months after the 2018 chart-topping studio album “Sweetener.” The tracklist made its rounds on the internet and Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss shared the posted hinting that she might have writing credits on the 12-track album.

Among the songs that have got her fans – the Arianators – talking the most is the final track ‘Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored’. Ariana isn’t afraid to talk about her past relationships after name-checking her exes, including ex-fiance Pete Davidson and late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, on the album’s title track.

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As well as the singles ‘Thank U, Next’, ‘Imagine’ and ‘7 Rings’, the album – which is the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Sweetener’ – features the song ‘Needy’, which Ariana previously shared a snippet of on Twitter. On the song, she sings: “I can be needy, tell me how good it feels to be needed.”

‘Bloodline’ is said to pay homage to the ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ hitmaker’s close family, including mom Joan Grande and her Nonna Marjorie.

The record was set to be 13 tracks long, but ‘Remember’, which was reportedly a tribute to rapper Mac, who tragically passed away in September at the age of 26, didn’t make the cut.

The song ‘In My Head’ is said to be about Ariana’s battle with anxiety.


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