Ariana Grande is beyond thrilled to release new music. A source who spoke with several publications this week told us, “Ariana is really happy to be releasing a new record.”
“It’s been a long time coming, and she’s grown and developed so much in the last few years. Her experiences to express through art are far more numerous and profound.”
The insider shared, “after the bombing at her concert in Manchester, there were a lot of emotions there that she dealt with. It was such a traumatic incident, and she felt terrible about it, even though it wasn’t her fault.”
Grande released her last record back in May of 2016. She was absent from social media for a long time during that period. However, she’s back on Twitter, and on the 17th of April, Grande tweeted, “missed you,” and wrote there were “no tears left to cry,” a reference to her new song.
Grande’s album comes out on the 20th of April, Friday, and it will be the first time she’s released anything since the attack at the Manchester Arena that killed 22 people and injured 59 more.
The benefit concert afterward, “One Love Manchester,” raised money for the victims who suffered a loss.
At the time of the event, Ariana said in concert that it was so great for all of her fans to come together to support each other. She added – when referring to the unity between all of the audience members – “so, I want to thank you for being just that.”
As it was previously reported, the attack shocked the nation last year which led to some political groups wondering about the future of Britain’s open-border policy.