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Ariana Grande Hits The High Notes With 'Dangerous Woman'

Erica Rose Jackson | PopWrapped Author

Erica Rose Jackson

Staff Writer
05/30/2016 9:28 am
PopWrapped | Reviews
Ariana Grande Hits The High Notes With 'Dangerous Woman' | Ariana Grande
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Ariana Grande has returned with her third studio album, Dangerous Woman. This album dropped on Friday May 20th. Grande brings a more adult sound to her music with Dangerous Woman. The title track off the album was also the lead single, and it's been topping the charts since its debut. The song is sassy, soulful, and powerful, not to mention dangerous -- which we believe is the intended goal -- but that song barely scratches the surface of where the rest of the album dares to take you.

The rest of the album does not disappoint. Grande has a very R&B, soulful sound on this album, and it all feels a little mysterious in that sexy way that girls go for. The best tracks on the record in our opinion include "Greedy," "Side by Side," "Into You," "Dangerous Woman," and "Bad Decisions." Those these might be our favorites, there isn't a bad song on the album. Each song dives deeper into that soulful vibe Grande is putting out with what we'd call her "grown up" album. From the first moments of "Moonlight" to the last beats on "Thinking Bout You," the album comes across as a masterpiece filled by an angelic voice. Grande's vocals certainly do not disappoint at any moment in this endeavor, and she doesn't rely on just power to get through these songs but her soul.

Grande worked with famed producer Max Martin on this album, which does nothing but add to the reasons it is amazing and why it works so well. We are loving her new sound and relishing in her Pop Princess status. Now, it's your turn to go have a listen to Grande's newest tracks. Tell us what you think. Do you agree with our review or do you have some thoughts? What are your favorite songs off the record? Sound off in the comments!


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