Ariana Grande has credited writing the album Thank U, Next with ‘literally saving her life’.
The 26-year-old singer mentioned she was capable of focus on her ‘pain’ and never ‘hide behind a weird, polished pop star facade’ whereas making her record-breaking fifth album.
Penning a tribute to her child one year after its launch, Ariana wrote on Instagram: ‘Happy birthday thank u subsequent.
‘Making this venture with so many pricey buddies fairly actually saved my life and gave me the braveness to be weak and be sincere with folks.
‘Thank u for making me feel heard, safe and incredibly human. It is nice (and so healing) to know that i don’t have to cover behind a bizarre, polished pop star facade and that I’m capable of join with so many individuals over my truths and ache.’
She went on: ‘I know that should have clicked for me sooner but it didn’t and I wish to thank u for exhibiting me first hand that it’s okay. All of it.’
The 7 Rings singer added that she’s not eager to settled down and have children any time quickly – however promised that there’s extra music on the horizon.
‘I have been writing and creating a lot lately and it feels nice. I am in no rush to pop anything out of the oven yet!!’ she wrote.
‘But I do sit up for this new chapter and sharing extra tales / life with u. 🙂
‘Sending a tremendous, warm hug.’
Ariana recorded Thank U, Next after her ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller died from an unintentional overdose in September 2018.
Just one month after the tragedy, the hitmaker cut up from her fiance, Pete Davidson.
She beforehand revealed that making the album helped her realise it’s OK to be by your self.
‘This is the first album and also the first year of my life, where I’m realising that I can now not postpone spending time with myself, simply as me,’ she informed Vogue.
‘I’ve been boo’d up my complete grownup life… Thank U, Next was this second of self-realisation… “You have to face all this stuff now, no more distractions, you have to heal all this s**t.”‘
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