Ariana Grande, the 27-year-old American songstress, proved she is one Dangerous Woman as she took on a vast role in the new and exciting music video for her new single called Positions.
Despite the agitating world happenings that took place this year, it seems like the One Last Time singer illumines the music industry and her fans with a fun-filled yet mesmerizing music video entry. Having that said, Ariana Grande proves she unstoppable as she does not settle in just topping to charts for this year twice.
But, wait. 2020 is not yet over, and Ariana has something enthralling in store for the rest of the year, and, well, of course, for her beloved Arianators.
With no hesitations, Ariana Grande kicked off her album's release by pre-releasing Positions, a song that is a part of her newest album. Alongside the new single's release is the fiery music video, making the fans gush over their idol's adorable charms.
In the music video, as per Hollywood Life, Ariana Grande acts as the United States president. And not just that, the video seemingly shows like an actual event as she signs and holds a meeting for her cabinet in between, Ew finds.
The new album by Ariana Grande
The songstress's upcoming album has been in speculations for a while now, and on Oct. 14, Ariana Grande put an end to all talks as she revealed she would be releasing her new album this month. According to USA Today, the singer tweeted the announcement, making the fans go nutty like a fruitcake!
Three days after the reveal, Ariana unveiled her newest single through a slo-mo video that types the word "POSITIONS" on a keyboard.
Adding excitement to her fans' anticipation, Ariana Grande also shared a link to her official website, showing two countdowns set for Oct. 23, which is the release of Positions. One set for Oct. 30, which is the presumed release of her sixth album.
The Scream Queens upcoming album comes after her collaborations with Justin Bieber for the quarantine track-for-a-cause called Stuck With U, and a Lady Gaga featuring for the mother monsters Rain On Me track from Chromatica.
Meanwhile, Ariana's new album has captured the attention of her fellow artists, which are also her close pals. The Weeknd, who also has released a new music video, retweeted Ariana's announcement, making the fans wonder if he had collaborated with Ariana Grande.
On the other hand, Lil Nas X shared a meme that reads, "So, there's This Ariana Grande Album." Some fans are also getting their hopes high for a BTS team-up on Ariana's new album, but, for now, everything is still on the wraps.