Ariana Grande fans, rejoice! Reports have been confirmed that the pop singer will release a new single from her upcoming album on April 27.

As of right now, there are no specific details regarding the release of her fourth studio album. However, it has been confirmed that she collaborated with numerous artists for some of the tracks on the new album. These artists include Savan Kotecha, Pharrell Williams and Max Martin. In addition, Ariana herself confirmed that most of the songs on this album will feature deeply personal themes relating to the events that have happened in her life over the past two years. There are also rumors that the terror attack at her show in Manchester last year will be part of the album’s theme.

This release will mark her first new work since the deadly terrorist attack that took place at her Manchester concert on May 22, 2017. The terrorist shooting left 23 people dead, including the gunman. Meanwhile, there were 500 other concertgoers that were wounded in the incident. Two weeks after the attack, the “One Love Manchester” benefit concert was held to raise funds for the victims. At the concert, Grande was joined on stage by many artists including Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Coldplay and The Black Eyed Peas.

More recently, Grande delivered a performance of “Be Alright” in Washington DC as part of the March for Our Lives protest. Her fans also went crazy when she posted a tweet and an Instagram story that seemed to hint about her new music. Her Instagram story included a handwritten note with the words “No Tears Left To Cry”, which had fans thinking that this will be the title of her new single or album. However, Ariana was quick to take it down. The singer was even spotted wearing a sweatshirt with the same text written on it.

Stay tuned to Music Mix Daily, as we’ll be posting the latest news regarding Ariana Grande’s new single and album!

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