By Savana James
Ariana Grande’s latest release has definitely put her in the lead for the best pop album of Summer 16. If you’re a fan of pop music than this album is, without a doubt, the album for you. 666 more words
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“Don’t need permission. Made my decision to test my limits.
Cause it’s my business. God as my witness, start what I finished.
Don’t need no hold up.
Last year’s underwhelming “Focus,” a transparent rehash of her star-making smash “Problem,” was dropped from the tracklist of Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman, but the album still has one eye fixed squarely on the past. 401 more words
Ariana Grande is back to bless the world with her heavenly vocals once again, and this time she’s more bad-ass than ever. Her third studio album succeeds her previous, ‘My Everything’ and this time she’s proving to out do herself, compared to the rest of her music career. 2,284 more words