This year was a total whirlwind for Ariana Grande. Although the release of her new album Sweetener would have been enough to keep her busy, she also tackled her engagement and broke up with Pete Davidson and the death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. But fortunately, it seems she has come up with a good way to handle it. In a tweet she shared on Wednesday, Grande said that music is her "lifeline" as she cures from the difficult things she's been through this year. So, as if the fans could hear them soon, new songs
The tweet came while Grande responded to fans and asked them about their next tour and their album. When she was called the "hardest-working woman in the industry," she explained that making music was not work because she was cat-like for her. She wrote:
"It's not work if you love it, Ru Kiddin! I'm the luckiest girl in the world to be able to do that shit and heal myself this way …. Thank you, my life line tbh I am listening for this to be my life. "
It is good to hear that Grande has something in her life that can help her so, especially since she has had one year, that is an overwhelming one Year must have been.
This is not the first time that Grande has learned about therapeutic options Music is for her. While speaking with Time in May, Grande revealed her song "Get Well Soon" about her fear and how the way the music was superimposed, "is as if I was thinking with all my thoughts Speaking in my head, you are singing back to me. "
In the same interview, she said that the therapy also helped her to make music because it helped her to get more in touch with her feelings than she had before Fear for Righteousness "How should life feel like?"
"I felt more inclined to tap into my feelings because I spent more time with them," said Grande Time . "I talked more about her, I was more into therapy."
And now it seems we can take a look at what's been going on in her head in her next album in the last few months ̵