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Welcome to Ariana Today’s 3nd album page! Here you can find everything about Ariana Grande’s 3nd studio album, released on May 23rd. Keep checking back for the latest information as we will continuously update the page.

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CURRENT SINGLE: DANGEROUS WOMAN/BE ALRIGHT

RELEASE DATE: MAY 20TH

DANGEROUS WOMAN PHOTOSHOOT

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TRACKLIST PHOTOSHOOT

SINGLES

1. Dangerous Woman

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2. INTO YOU

PROMOTIONAL SINGLES

1. Let Me Love You (feat. Lil Wayne)

TRACKLIST

1. Moonlight
2. Dangerous Woman
3. Be Alright
4. Into You
5. Side To Side (feat. Nicki Minaj
6. Let Me Love You (feat. Lil Wayne)
7. Greedy
8. Leave Me Lonely (feat. Macy Gray)
9. Everyday (feat. Future)
10. Sometimes
11. I Don’t Care
12. Bad Decisions
13. Touch It
14. Knew Better/Forever Boy
15. Thinkin Bout You

JAPANESE EDITION/TARGET EXCLUSIVE

16. Step On Up
17. Jason’s Song
18. Focus (Japanese Edition only)

COLLABORATIONS

  • Lil’ Wayne [X]
  • Macy Gray [X]
  • Nicki Minaj [X]
  • Future [X]

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • “[Dangerous Woman] is very honest and very special to me. I feel like this is the most personal music I’ve made, by far. I’m very proud of it and I’m very excited. It’s scary…it’s vulnerable and kind of terrifying.” – AG [X]

ABOUT THE SONGS

  1. Dangerous Woman – The sound of the song reflects Ariana’s personal growth. It translates her current state of mind and the message she wants to share. [X]
  2. Be Alright – The song is uplifting for those. “Everybody has a fight, everybody has a battle, everybody has something that people bully about… this song is sort of just like… we’re gonna be alright!” [X]
  3. Into You – “It’s about prioritizing love and what it means and telling the story of relationships that look good to people who do not know you vs. a relationship that feeds your soul and is good for you on a real life level.” [X]

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PRODUCERS

  • Tommy Brown
  • Max Martin

INSPIRATIONS

  • Ariana Grande says that none of the songs will be about her ex-boyfriend, Big Sean, nor are any of them will be “break up anthems” [X]
  • A Dangerous Woman is “someone who is not afraid to take a stand. be herself and be honest.” [X]

CREDITS

  • Ariana Grande – lead vocals, background vocals
  • Macy Gray – featured artist, background vocals
  • Future – featured artist, background vocals
  • Lil Wayne – featured artist
  • Nicki Minaj – featured artist
  • Max Martin – background vocals
  • Ilya Salmanzadeh – background vocals
  • Savan Kotecha – background vocals
  • Johan Carlsson – background vocals
  • Victoria McCants – background vocals
  • Chloe Angelides – background vocals
  • Ross Golan – background vocals
  • Alexander Kronlund – background vocals
  • Joi Gilliam – background vocals
  • Taura Stinson – background vocals
  • Chonita Gillespie – background vocals
  • Tommy Parker – background vocals
  • Daye Jack – background vocals
  • Sam Holland – background vocals (additional)
  • Jenny Schwartz – background vocals (additional)
  • Noah “Mailbox” Passovoy – background vocals (additional)
  • Silke Lorenzen – background vocals (additional)
  • Jeremy Lertola – background vocals (additional)
  • Patrick Donovan – background vocals (additional)

  • Victoria McCants – vocal producer
  • Tommy Brown – producer, programmer, engineer, keyboard, percussion, bass, drums, vocal producer
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing
  • Tom Coyne – mastering
  • Aya Merrill – mastering
  • Peter Lee Johnson – strings
  • Christopher Truio – engineer
  • Nicholas Audino – engineer, programmer, keyboard, bass, percussion, drums
  • John Hanes – mixing engineer
  • Steven Franks – guitar, programmer, percussion, drums, producer, keyboard
  • Dernst Emile II – bass
  • Johan Carlsson – vocal producer, guitar, acoustic guitar, piano, synths, tambourine, programmer
  • Max Martin – vocal producer, programmer, keyboard, guitar, bass, percussion
  • Peter Karlsson – engineer, vocal engineer, vocal recorder, vocal producer
  • Sam Holland – engineer
  • Cory Brice – engineer
  • Khaled Rohaim – programmer, keyboard, bass, percussion
  • Savan Kotecha – vocal recorder
  • Ilya Salmanzadeh – programmer, keyboard, guitar, bass, percussion, vocal producer
  • Aubry “Big Juice” Delaine – recorder
  • Joel Metzler – engineer
  • Jordon Silva – engineer
  • Mattias Bylund – string arranger, strings, recorder
  • Mattias Johansson – violin
  • David Bukovinszky – cello
  • Jonas Thander – horns arranger, recorder, saxophone
  • Staffan Findin – trombone
  • Karl Olandersson – trumpet
  • Stefan Persson – trumpet
  • Thomas Parker Lumpkins – programmer
  • Mr. McClendon – producer
  • Christopher Trujillo – engineer
  • Jeremy Lertola – guitar
  • Richard Madenfort – songwriter, programming, keyboard, guitar
  • Peter Svensson – programming, keyboard, guitar, bass, percussion
  • Travis Sayles – producer, programmer, keyboard, bass
  • Michael Foster – programmer, percussion
  • Ryan Matthew Tedder – programmer, keyboard, bass
  • The Magi – producer
  • Loren Mann II – drums (additional)
  • Josh Connelly – guitar
  • Ali Payami – programmer, keyboard, guitar, bass, percussion
  • Mike Foster – songwriter
  • Billboard – programmer, keyboard, bass, percussion

  • Wendy Goldstein – A&R
  • Scott “Scooter” Braun – A&R
  • Maya Drexler – A&R coordinator
  • Ariana Grande – executive producer
  • Max Martin – executive producer
  • Savan Kotecha – executive producer
  • Rick Marty – talent liason
  • Jen Merlino – management
  • Stephanie Simon – management
  • Ken Hertz – legal representation
  • Donna Gryn – marketing manager
  • Jim Roppo – marketing manager
  • Matt Barnes – photographer
  • The Young Astronauts – photographer, art direction