Ariana Grande has opened up about her special connection with her Arianators and addressed the controversy over her new single “God Is a Woman”.
Taking some time out to chat with Nova’s Smallzy, the star shared why she chose to release “God Is a Woman”.
The pop queen revealed: “You get to a point when you’re like hey, ok so I could either do this thing that to me seems really dope and genuine and awesome and important makes me feel empowered and great and take whatever comes with it because I’m just being honest.”
“Or I could be safe and be like boring and not feel as passionate when I’m on stage about what I’m singing.”
As for her special connection with fans, Ari stated: “Well I would much rather be singing songs that mean so much more to me for an audience of people that f*** with me energetically and are all on the same page as me emotionally and as a human being, than perform for an audience that like, you know what I mean? Wouldn’t necessarily be friends with me in high school.”
"I really like that people are being like ‘oh ok, yes or no’ you know what I mean? Take it or leave it because it’s who I am, it’s fine and if you don’t like that’s ok, that’s so ok" the singer concluded.
Say it like it is girlfriend!
Ari even spilt some more tea on her hotly anticipated new album ‘Sweetener’, revealing she recorded over 300 songs for the album and shed light that the title track was one of the first songs she wrote with Pharrell for the LP.
Listen to a snippet from the interview below: