"Yes, And?" is the lead single from Grande's upcoming seventh studio album
Ariana Grande is thankful again!
This time, the singer, 30, is thanking anyone who has vibed to “Yes, And?” — the lead single from her upcoming seventh studio album.
“Thank you for the overwhelming amount of love and for dancing along. My heart is so full and I’m so moved. Love you all so so so much,” Grande wrote in a Saturday Instagram post highlighting a dance segment from the song’s music video.
After thanking listeners, viewers and especially her fans — affectionately known as Arianators — Grande shared two more Instagram posts that gave behind-the-scenes glimpses of her new music era. One shows Grande producing a section of “Yes, And?”
The posts come one day after Grande thanked Paula Abdul for being a major inspiration for the visuals of the “Yes, And?” video, which features a similar plot, setup and papillon hat as seen in Abdul’s “Cold Hearted.”
In another post, filled with behind-the-scenes photos and videos, Grande’s mom Joan, brother Frankie and their friends can be seen watching and reacting to the “Yes, And?” music video for the first time.
Grande began teasing her first new solo music in three years last month, and this new song addresses recent dating developments in her life.
“Your business is yours and mine is mine,” Grande sings on the track. “Why do you care so much whose [d---] I ride?”
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Slater is on the Wicked cast alongside Grande, who will star as Glinda the Good Witch, and Cynthia Erivo, who will portray Elphaba. The movie will be split into two parts, with part one arriving in theaters on Nov. 27, 2024.
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