Ariana Grande is set to release her first music almost exactly one year after the Manchester Arena terror attack.
Just last year the singers Manchester concert was targeted by a terrorist who detonated a bomb outside the venue killing 22 innocent people.
Now, according to Variety the 24-year-olds fourth studio album will be released on 27 April, and is said to be inspired by the events and experiences that have affected her over the past two years.
Ariana worked alongside Max Martin, Savan Kotecha and Pharrell Williams, and said that the bombing has brought about a political awakening for her.
Ever since finishing her Dangerous Women tour, she has tried to keep a low profile.
However she has made some public appearances where she performed her track Be Alright at the March for Our Lives pro-gun-control rally in Washington D.C. last month and also sung at a benefit concert in Charlottesville, Virginia, that was held to raise funds for victims killed and injured during a white nationalist rally.
Speaking at the March for Our Lives rally, she said: This is for those brilliant students here today that are leading this march and for everybody participating today. Thank you so much for fighting for change and for love and safety and for our future.
The star already sparked excitement around her new music when she took to Instagram to share some snaps of the albums listening party earlier this year.
Her mum Joan and manager Scooter Braun were just two of the people who were at the listening party and were impressed with what they heard.
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Arianas manager shared a picture of the party and wrote: @arianagrande Wow wow wow, and her mum also took to Twitter to confess that her daughters album was Damn incredible.
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