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Ariana Grande – Dangerous Woman

  • Release date: 20 March 2016
  • Label: Republic, Universal Music

The delightful symphonic pop, pulsating house, glittering electro, Nicki verse, horn-flecked breeze called “Greedy” (our fave), a Weezy verse, a kind of bluesy thing with Macy Grey, a Future verse, and a song literally named “Bad Decisions” can all be found on Ariana Grande’s third album. However, there’s hardly any sign of the Ariana Grande who purportedly leaves the meet-and-greet mode like Patrick Bateman does, licks unsold doughnuts, and harbours some disdain for America in private. Undoubtedly, a significant number of diligent experts think this is a good thing, but it’s obviously not

These tracks, which combine a powerful persona—haughty, ravenous, a little manic, really into you—with a vivid pocket version of one style or another, form the basis of a quick, thoughtless pop album, even though it’s having trouble breaking free from the rote 2016 obligations (Future) and false notes (“Dangerous Woman”) of what’s presumably an executive-mandated bagginess. Grande is sweet and vivid, crooning clichés over a cool landscape of plucked and swooping strings on the almost title-track “Moonlight.” She is enthralled in “Into You,” laughing through love on “Greedy,” or crooning promises on “I Don’t Care.” Grande is a free and gleeful agent, the miscreant with a bunny mask on the cover.

She becomes someone’s image of something better than a diva: another hardworking professional, as her edges soften and her strange intensity lessens in between. Knowing this is bullsh*t, Nicki Minaj makes her customary pop-in on “Side to Side,” declaring, “I give zero f**ks and I got zero chill in me.” They ought to get together more.

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Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman Tracklist

1. “Moonlight”

2. “Dangerous Woman”

3. “Be Alright”

4. “Into You”

5. “Side to Side,” featuring Nicki Minaj

6. “Let Me Love You,” featuring Lil’ Wayne

7. “Greedy”

8. “Leave Me Lonely,” featuring Macy Gray

9. “Everyday,” featuring Future

10. “Sometimes”

11. “I Don’t Care”

12. “Bad Decisions”

13. “Touch It”

14. “Knew Better/Forever Boy”

15. “Thinking Bout You”