Ariana Grande works with Max Martin on new music

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Ariana Grande prepares her new album for 2024

“See you next year,” reads Ariana Grande’s latest post on Instagram. If the rumors of new music for 2024 were increasingly stronger in recent weeks, the artist has been in charge of confirming them through social networks. After many months working on her seventh album, it seems that Ariana Grande’s new album is practically finished… and that its release is closer than ever.

The artist presented a fully R&B sound on ‘positions’, her latest album, for which she also renounced frequent collaborators such as Max Martin. However, despite the decent performance of her singles, the commercial and critical reception of her was disappointing. Therefore, everything seems to indicate that Ariana Grande has once again turned to the producers who have given her so much joy in the past with hits like ‘Dangerous Woman’ after the return of Max Martin to his new music sessions.

Max Martin, however, is not the only producer confirmed for the singer’s seventh album. Ilya Salmanzadeh, who worked on songs like ‘Bad Idea’, ‘Breathin’, ‘Problem’ or the carol that continues to be reborn every Christmas ‘Santa Tell Me’, is also expected for the next album after the recent photos published by Ariana Big on Instagram.

Likewise, another of the producers who could be involved in the process of creating the album is Savan Kotecha. Although there is still no official confirmation from the singer, the musician has given like to a tweet where some boots are full of fire: “Ariana Grande leaving the studio after making AG7’s main single.” Some of the songs she has collaborated on are ‘God is a woman’, ‘no tears left to cry’, ‘Into You’ and ‘Side to Side’.

While waiting for Ariana Grande to announce the date that will end her musical drought since 2020 (except for the already common remixes with The Weeknd), only theories remain about what her future sound will be like and if she will be able to live up to it. of the artist’s best songs. It can be said, with almost complete certainty, that 2024 will provide an answer to that mystery.

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