Less than three months after the release of her fourth studio album Sweetener Ariana Grande hinted that she will soon have a new album . The "No Tears Left to Cry" singer joined Twitter on October 24 to tickle the news and her fans could not be thrilled with the opportunity. While she was careful not to reveal much of the details, Grande hinted that the project could come before the end of 2018. A fan responded with "hehehe idk" to the question of whether it would "come before 201
The revelation came as part of a back-and-forth that Grande had with her followers on the social media site on October 24th. It seems that while most fans were excited, some some are not quite ready to go about the fame of Sweetener saying to the singer, "Do not quit sweetie era too early pls "However, as judged by her Twitter response, Grande seems to be preparing to promote both albums at the same time, declaring," Ofc not …. we'll both have at once when you're down "
Grande seems to use music as a way to deal with the stress of life. In response to a fan who said, "I'm so in love with your passion for music !!", the 25-year-old said, "It fixes everything"
In the meantime, another devotee, the awe of music The ability of the former Nickelodeon star to quickly make music asked, "I can not believe it ………. two albums in 4 months or less ………. like does that happen? " Grande responded with an answer suggesting that she was using her life experiences to fuel her craft. She summed it up briefly by saying, "Life … ya kno?"
In the middle of the Twitter chat, Grande announced that music keeps her running. After a fan commented, "You literally made an album in 2/3 months … that's insane Hardwork QUEEN!" Explained the former Sam & Cat actor, "How do you think?" Survived these 2/3 months ksjsksjs ……… damn love you "
In the past, Grande was very open about her problems with anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder, which were aggravated by the tragedy that occurred her concert in Manchester UK in 2017. In the July issue of Vogue UK Grande revealed that she had been diagnosed with PTSD and stated that she was initially concerned about revealing her struggles. During her conversation with the magazine Grande admitted that she was always dealing with feelings of anxiety, saying that the disturbance was affecting her more and more over time.
"My fear is scary … I was always scared, I never really talked about it because I thought everyone had it, but when I came home from the tour, that was it hardest think that it has ever been. "
In the light of recent divisional rumors involving the singer and SNL s Pete Davidson, the untimely death of her ex and friend Mac Miller, and subsequent Surrounded by show resignations, Grande took to Instagram on October 16 to tell more about her emotional state, stating, "I can not believe I've ruined my fear for almost today !!!" She followed the thought with an inspiring encouraging conversation and wrote, "Not today, Satan, not tomorrow or the next day … Finna sing my heart out and be a great traveling ship of love, Bye"
With these things it was Playing hard in the news cycle, fans have worried about the well-being of Degree and how it gets done. During the Twitter chat on Wednesday night, a fan asked, "Can you tell me how you work?" And Grande replies, "Better weeks," to assure her followers that things are slowly improving.
That said it seems that Ariana Grande has learned to use her passion for music to weather her dark ages. With the promise of a new project on the way, she seems to be focusing on the light at the end of the tunnel – and the road seems extremely bright.