In a buildup to her highly-anticipated album, Ariana Grande is releasing singles and making appearances. Most recently is her release of “Dangerous Woman,” a ballad in which Grande croons about how a certain someone makes her feel. The second single released from her album, the track has a grown-up flair in comparison to the singers previous work. It highlights her incredible vocals that have often been compared to pop sensation Mariah Carey’s among others. Her first single of the album, “Focus,” hit number seven on the Billboard charts. In the last couple of days, Grande once again highlighted her vocals with “Dangerous Woman” sung a cappella, for which the video can be seen below. “Dangerous Women” is expected to make not one, but two video premieres. Grande explains, “We’re doing something weird, we’re doing two visuals because this song makes me feel two kinds of ways, it makes me feel sexy and glamorous, I wanted to do a simpler more glam-themed video; and then I wanted to do another video because it makes me feel, also kind of like a super version of myself in a way, it makes me feel like inside me is a black latex super-bunny woman.” The bunny version of Ariana can be seen below.
The album, also titled “Dangerous Woman,” is set to come out in May, but Grande is giving us a lot to look forward to. She recently shared a minute-long clip of two other tracks from the album vis Snapchat “I Don’t Care” and “Let Me Love You,” seen below. The tracks are adding to the idea that the album will span multiple genres and sounds, adding some differentiation to the singers repertoire. For full releases mid-May is the date, but we’re hoping Grande releases more teasers between now and then!
— Ariana Grande Today (@ArianaTodayNet) March 28, 2016