Ariana Grande Is Dropping All Kinds of ‘Sweetener’ Hints on Twitter
UPDATE (6/26): At midnight on her birthday, Ariana Grande dropped "Raindrops," the angelic intro track off her upcoming album. Watch and listen, below:
ORIGINAL STORY (6/25): Ariana Grande's Sweetener might not come out until August 17, but that doesn't mean Arianators aren't already foaming at the mouth over the pop star's upcoming album.
On Tuesday (June 25), the 24-year-old took her birthday eve to chat with fans and answer questions about the looming record, including some insight on two tracks: "Better Off" and "God Is a Woman."
"i want u to give us some hints about Better Off," one fan asked. "why did u decide to cut it off & then put it on sweetener?"
"bc at first i was nervous about like....... it coming true. if that makes sense," Ari responded. "more honest than i was ready to be w myself at the time (its v old). but it’s beautiful and has always been one of my favs and i’m very happy she’s on there. excited to share it w you."
"tell us more about god issa woman. is it about feminism???? JSJSJDJ" another fan asked, to which the "No Tears Left To Cry" singer responded "sexual female empowerment & how women are literally everything & the universe is inside of us tbh."
In short, it sounds like Sweetener is going to be some heavy stuff, though we already know one song is about her new fiancé Pete Davidson.
She also let fans know what her mom's favorite songs on the album are and hinted she may be giving them a present to celebrate her 25th birthday on June 26. Check out all the Twitter action below.