2015 was the first year since her debut that Ariana Grande didn’t release an album, and it appears that she’ll be making up for that in 2016. Grande announced today that the title of her new album will be Dangerous Woman, and judging by her recent sit-down with Jimmy Kimmel, a song called “Moonlight” will likely be the first single (it was almost the title for this album).
Grande has been quite efficient thus far in her young career, releasing Yours Truly and My Everything in 2013 and 2014 respectively, debuting at #1 on the Billboard 200 both times and netting two RIAA Gold plaques. She’s also had her fair share of success on the Billboard Hot 100, netting six Top 10 hits since 2013, including 2015’s “Focus.” Dangerous Woman is certainly a more aggressive album title in comparison to her debut and sophomore LPs, so it’ll be interesting how her music changes to align with it.
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