Scream Because Ariana Grande Is Dropping New Music This Friday

Scream Because Ariana Grande Is Dropping New Music This Friday

Grande recently broke her social media hiatus to tease her new song.

This is set to be the first new music we've heard from Ariana since the Manchester terror attack back in 2017.

On her Instagram page on Tuesday, she posted a series of three pictures which made up the words No Tears Left to Cry 4.20, but upside down. At last, those pesky drip emojis finally have context, and the wait is nearly over!

Grande last posted on Twitter and Instagram on New Year's Eve in December, telling fans, "see you next year".

The American singer was performing when a suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured hundreds in Manchester almost a year ago.

The 24-year-old posted "no tears left to cry", alongside the date 20 April, suggesting new music is on the way.

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We may be getting new music from Ariana Grande a week early.

Grande's last album, Dangerous Woman, was released in May 2016, and she had been nearing the end of the worldwide tour to support that record when the attack took place.

Her manager, Scooter Braun, confirmed at the end of past year that she had been working on a new album which would have a more mature sound.

"She has such an extraordinary voice and it's time for her to sing the songs that define her". And the website is also blacked out.

The tragedy claimed the lives of 22 innocent victims and had a dramatic effect on Ariana, who pulled together and performed at the One Love Manchester benefit concert just two weeks after the attack.

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