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‘thank u, next’ More like thank u, more please!

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‘thank u, next’ More like thank u, more please!

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Pop music idol, Ariana Grande, broke music charts early last week with the release of her brand new single “thank u, next.” November 3rd, Grande surprised everyone with another song not wasting time since her big album drop of  Sweetener not even three months ago. Fans were shocked to listen to the heartfelt single that brought some to tears, hearing the jarring words of appreciation and self-love.

She took the typical stereotype of ex-relationship songs for a whirl, only to burst them. In the said song, Ariana thanks every known ex-boyfriend the celebrity has for all the love and things she learned from them.  Even mentioning recently passed Mac Miller in a verse reading “Wish I could say “Thank You” to Malcolm, ‘Cause he was an angel.”

The song then takes a turn to shock listeners by Grande beginning to say she fell in love with a new person, but this “new person” is actually Ariana herself. She depicts a strong female figure, proving with self-love and courage a lot can be accomplished. The song has struck most with a powerful message leaving them to want more.

There are rumors of a new album following the song also called ‘thank u, next‘, follow @arianagrande on Instagram and Twitter to tune in for more music and tour updates.

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