Ariana Grande Positions Art Photo, New Album And Title Single Release Date & Time

Ariana Grande's Positions, Album And Title Single Release Time

Ariana Grande reveals her new single, Positions art photo on social media. The picture was a greyscale photo of Ariana flaunting her skinny body. And The Countdown Begins From Now! Know the new album and title single release date and time.

Ariana Grande previously teased with a video on Saturday, Oct 17, about her upcoming track "Positions," which is her sixth album of the same name, will arrive later this month. She first revealed the name of the album and its title track through a slo-mo video, typing on a keyboard... p...o...i..., and today she tweeted, given a website link with the countdown to its releases.

Ariana announced her new single track art work Positions, wrote, "positions, single tomorrow night, 10.23 presave now."

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A few days earlier, Oct, 14, Ariana teased everyone that she couldn't wait to give fans an album in October month," I can't wait to give u my album this month," and now she has just given a pleasant surprise.

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She also revealed the release date, the single will drop on Friday, October 23, while the album is slated for Friday, October 30, at the time of Halloween.

Grande has been one-by-one launching songs this year, including "Stuck with U" with Justin Bieber, "Rain on Me" with Lady Gaga, which made her the first and only artist to have debuted four singles at the top of the Hot 100.

Positions follow 2019's Thank u Next, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and smashed the record for the greatest streaming week ever for a pop album.

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