Ariana Grande has been really great. She is surely the week's biggest pop star.
If you didn't know, was the american before the fatal tragedy at her concert in Manchester a few years ago, so you knew at least who she was after.
the Last of the Grandes wrecked relationship with rapper Mac Miller, who has since died of a drug overdose, and comedian Pete Davidson katapulteret her way up at the top of showbiz.
the Singer make, however, also music, and it is actually also remarkable on her fifth album, ’Thank U, Next’.
Several of the numbers to swarm the inevitable on the Grandes unhappy romances, which she generally manages without resorting to the expected stereotypes.
Vocally is Grande his generation's Mariah Carey, but she keeps vokalakrobatikken on a surprisingly tolerable level in a typical, minimalist and easy impermanent the R&B production, which are not exactly epoch-making.
’Bloodline’ strutter on a Jamaica-beat, ’Ghostin’ is really spooky, and strings promises convincing her otherwise somewhat sterile terms in the ’Needy’ and ’Bad Idea’, but otherwise they are good ideas not in the queue.
In the suspect genre is something so elemental as hooks, dynamics, and melodies has been a glaring short supply. Grande - or, rather, her horde of writers - delivers, however, the sought after product on the catchy track listing as ’NASA’, ’Fake Smile’ and megahittet ’7 Rings’.
She closes the album in confident style with æggende ‘Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored’.
’Thank U, Next’ holds enough longer than her next boyfriend. Grande is also big in the coming week.
the Cover to Ariana Grande's fifth album, 'Thank U, Next', which comes half a year after its predecessor, 'Sweetener'.