ARIANA GRANDE ‘POV’ LIVE PERFOMANCE

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El lunes, Ariana Grande lanzó una serie de videos de presentaciones en vivo en asociación con Vevo construida alrededor de las canciones de su último álbum, Positions.

El primer video, de su canción “POV”, muestra a Grande cantando frente a un solo foco en un campo de flores. Después de la introducción, Grande está iluminada por un enorme anillo de luz púrpura que la mira a ella y a su banda.

«Estamos muy emocionados de lanzar estas actuaciones de video exclusivas para los fanáticos de Ariana», dijo JP Evangelista, vicepresidente senior de contenido, programación y marketing de Vevo, en un comunicado. “Hemos amado la música de Ariana durante años, y ha sido un privilegio ver crecer y evolucionar su arte. Un artista inmensamente creativo y colaborativo es clave para estas actuaciones visualmente deslumbrantes y Ariana encarna eso: sus esfuerzos se traducen maravillosamente en la pantalla. Esperamos verla seguir floreciendo y esperamos que todos disfruten viéndolos «.

Grande lanzó  Positions en octubre pasado, después de Sweetener de 2018  y Thank U, Next de 2019  . The Weeknd eligió a Grande para un  remix de «Save Your Tears»,  un corte de su cuarto álbum de estudio  After Hours , en abril, y los dos artistas interpretaron la canción en vivo en los iHeartRadio Music Awards. La canción marcó la tercera colaboración de la pareja después de «Off the Table» de 2020 de Grande’s Positions  y «Love Me Harder» de 2014 de Grande’s  My Everything.

 

Articulo original de: Rolling Stone

 

Ariana Grande’s ‘Positions’ Album Is Here: Stream It Now

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It’s been more than a year and a half since Ariana Grande blessed fans with her chart-topping thank u, next album, and the start of a new era has finally arrived.

Grande unveiled her sixth album Positions on Friday (Oct. 30), featuring the lead single and title track, which dropped in conjunction with a White House-set music video that reimagines what life would be like with Ari as commander in chief.

The 14-track album also includes a number of collaborations, including «Safety Net» with Ty Dolla $ign, «Off the Table» with The Weeknd and the long-awaited Doja Cat collab, «Motive.»

«This project is my favorite for many reasons and i really can’t wait for it to be yours. thank u for your love and excitement, it means the world to me,» she tweeted last week while sharing the album’s 14-song track listing in the lead-up to its release.

Listen to Positions in full below.

 

This article is originally from: Billboard

Everything We Know About Ariana Grande’s ‘Positions’ Album

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Get in position, Arianators, because Ariana Grande is just days away from the release of her upcoming sixth album, Positions!

After weeks of teasing, fans will soon have their hands on the pop star’s first album in more than a year and a half — and her first big release since K Bye for Now (SWT Live) after wrapping her massive Sweetener World Tour in Dec. 2019.

«This project is my favorite for many reasons and i really can’t wait for it to be yours. thank u for your love and excitement, it means the world to me,» she tweeted on Saturday (Oct. 24) while sharing the album’s 13-song track listing in the lead-up to its release.

The album’s lead single

Ahead of the long-awaited full-length’s release, Grande surprised the world with lead single (and title track) «Positions,» a smitten love song about, ahem, her flexibility in making a new relationship work. Hours later, she also dropped the track’s White House-set music video, which reimagines what life would be like with Ariana as commander in chief and features cameos by the likes of Tayla Parx, Victoria Monet, Nija Charles and the pop star’s beloved mother, Joan Grande.

The release date

Ariana isn’t wasting any time! Just one week after unleashing the innuendo-laden title track and its presidential music video on the world, the superstar is set to drop Positions on Friday, (Oct. 30). The album will be the pop star’s first full-length studio set since 2019’s Thank U, Next. Since then, she’s released a live album of her 2019 Sweetener World Tour, K Bye For Now (SWT Live), as well as high-profile collaborations with Justin Bieber («Stuck With U»), Lady Gaga («Rain On Me») and more.

The collaborators

Ari is no stranger to teaming up with her other artists, though she hasn’t included any guest features on an album since 2018’s Sweetener, where the likes of Nicki Minaj, Missy Elliott and Pharrell Williams all made appearances.

Unveiling the Positions track list on Oct. 24, the big-voiced pop star revealed she’ll be teaming up with both Doja Cat («Motive») and Ty Dolla $ign («Safety Net») among the LP’s 13 tracks, as well as collaborating once again with The Weeknd («Off the Table») for their second duet following Dangerous Woman-era smash single «Love Me Harder.»

The three (slightly) different album covers

Arianators dying to get their hands on a physical copy of the new album will three separate covers to choose from, with each featuring glam ’60s-inspired portraits of the pop star. «I’ve been so excited to show u these !!! three (slightly) different versions of the physical albums are now available to preorder on my website,» Ari wrote on Oct. 26 to share a look at the cover art for the CD versions of Positions.

In each close-up, she’s photographed from the left, alternately glancing to the right, gazing over her shoulder and framing her face with her hands. No word yet on which visual will make the cut as the album’s digital — or official — cover art.