Ariana Grande is one of the most famous pop stars in the world. She’s achieved global success with her catchy songs and killer vocals.
Simply put – Ariana is the epitome of talent.
Just a few days ago, Ariana released the deluxe edition of her album Positions. It includes five tracks you won’t find on the standard version, and we are going to break those down for you!
‘someone like you (interlude)’
Marking the first song on the deluxe version, ‘someone like you’ is the perfect transition into the new tracks. It features Ariana’s heavenly vocals front and center. It’s short but cutesy and acts more as a filler than a stand-out track, but still fits in the record. It’s soft and delicate and a good warm-up for the heat she’s about to bring.
This song is quite short, but it does what it has to do in just two minutes. You get all the classic elements of an Ariana song. You get the bad bitch energy and the whistle tones – what more could you ask for? This song is quite fast-paced, but not upbeat – it’s more like perfect mood music.
‘34 + 35‘ Featuring Doja Cat And Megan Thee Stallion
This is that song. It’s a party song in every sense, and you already know it’s on all of our night-out playlists. Ariana is already such a powerhouse, so the addition of Megan and Doja just adds even more boss energy. It’s a collaboration that’s better than we could have imagined and just complete girl power.
We needed this track. We’re here for Ariana encouraging us to be on our worst behavior – this is the push we needed. We are ready to act up while blasting this song. If Ariana endorses it, we do it – it’s that simple. This is a song we’d blast while getting ready in the mirror, it’s the exact energy you need to get hyped up.
One thing we’ve come to appreciate from this Ariana album is songs don’t have to belong to be complete jams. All of these songs perfectly fit with the album as a whole. This song is so sweet and just fits right into the fact that Ariana has just gotten engaged and indeed found her ‘main thing.’
Check out Positions (Deluxe) here!
Featured Image Source: Dave Meyers For Billboard