Ariana Grande Announces New Album ‘My Everything’

My Everything

Ariana Grande is ready to share My Everything with the world. The pop diva has unveiled the cover art and announced an August 25 release date for her sophomore album.

She made the announcement to Ryan Seacrest during an interview for iHeartRadio. “I feel like each song is so strongly themed that I just wanted to have a very simple overall cover,” she said.

While the first single “Problem” featuring Iggy Azalea remains in the top 5, she is readying the follow-up “Break Free” featuring Zedd. The music video was inspired by the 1960s sci-fi film Barbarella.

“It’s inspired by Jane Fonda in Barbarella and Star Wars and space,” explained Ariana. “It’s more throwback, campy.”

Big Sean, who collaborated on “Right There” off Ariana’s 2013 debut Yours Truly, is also featured on a song called “Best Mistake,” which she calls one of her favorites.

Preview the “Break Free” video below.



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19 Comments

  1. Twista

    This is playing out like every movie you’ve seen about a young and talented female singer on the rise. She grows in fame and success not by making stronger music, but by allowing herself to be whored out via skimpy outfits and “go-to” hit makers.

    Oh well. Do your thing Ariana. Best of luck.

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    Major Sushi Reply:

    @Twista, Maybe “whored out” is a bit of an exaggeration.

    To be honest, she’s reminding me a bit of Britney Spears.
    She starts off as a girl-next-door type of girl, then slowly progresses to being comfortable in her own sexuality…
    Omg.. I hope Ariana doesn’t shave her head, she has beautiful hair!

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    KEN. Reply:

    @Major Sushi,

    It’s a wig lol. Her real hair is damaged by the excessive dying when she was in her Nickelodeon days.

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    dejonzolanski Reply:

    @KEN., its extensions she uses it to make up for the damaged hair its not a wig.

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    Yeezus Christ Reply:

    @Major Sushi, ya that damaged hair sure is beautiful rofl foh

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    Major Sushi Reply:

    @Yeezus Christ, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” – don’t hate what you can’t replicate

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  2. Raven-Symone

    I have a feeling the songs are going to more generic sounding this time around. It would be nice if she kept her 90s pop sound it was so refreshing.

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    hoi. Reply:

    @Raven-Symone, from the snippets on youtube the album is very hip hop/r&b.
    Hopefully she only has like 4 generic pop songs on it like Yours Truly did.

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    Rob Reply:

    @Raven-Symone, That’s exactly why most people started to like her and now she will change to generic pop songs…

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  3. Yeezus Christ

    who the heck listens to this little twat

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  4. ?

    Happy to see her doing more upbeat Pop songs. I was getting bored of all those R&B songs on her last album.

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    Got Damn Reply:

    @?, Bahahah think again bitch! Go listen to the album preview because most of it is R&B and it is wonderful. Take that whack ass poppy favoritism to a washed up like Britney “lip Sync” Spears.

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  5. Lo

    So Mariah Carey for the cover

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  6. freak

    I am so sorry for our pathetic generation!
    This is an exact copy of Kylie Minogue and her ”Put Yourself In My Place” and the sound is very London!
    There is nothing and I mean 0% authentic, original and real coming out of this project!
    She is a puppet!
    Like (almost) all the people that have been successful in the last 10 to 15 years!

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    King Fierce Reply:

    @freak, couldn’t have said it better myself. We just keep rolling down hill.
    /-)

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  7. Nick

    Damn not even a year after her debut came out and shes already releasing her sophomore. Idk but this all feels rushed

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  8. Paulo

    It sounds kinda generic! At least she has a voice :-)

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  9. Ricky

    Damn i wish “problems” went #1 because i doubt this song will.

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  10. DRB

    She’s yet to release a single without a feature. She’s yet to learn and explore her voice and truly put it to use. I’m so ready to root for people with actual vocal talent but she gives me no reason to.

    She’s nowhere near what she should be doing (as an artist, not just a singer with directions) or even who she’s constantly compared to.

    “She’s cute and can sing high, omg.” It needs to be more than that.

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