Unpacking Ariana Grande's New Album 'Positions'

Nov 13, 2020
03:30 A.M.
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Pop’s favorite princess has released a new surprise album called ‘Positions.’ The mega pop star revealed her plan to release the new body of work just a few days before the album drop date.


Ariana Grande made yet another chart-topping album this year and released it at the end of last month. The follow up to 2019’s widely received ‘Thank U, Next’ is Ariana’s sixth studio album.

The talented songstress is always candid about her life and metamorphosis in her music. Her latest album shows a whole next racy, explicit, and pleasantly content side of the star in fourteen songs.

Another Ari Evolution


Ariana Grande is like a butterfly growing new wings that get bigger and better each time. The pop icon has created six memorable albums that all carry their weight and creative direction.

Although Grande worked with frequent collaborators such as Tayla Parx, this album sounds more mature. Ari does not lose her relaxed and youthful bounce in positions but levels up and completely own her power.

“I’m excited for her to tell you guys just more about where her head was at with this project, because it truly is incredible, honestly, and I can’t wait for the world to hear it,”

Says Tayla Parx

The Star-Studded Track List


The critically acclaimed sixth album features a roster of talent that holds their own in their solo careers. Hip Hop, R&B, and other pop stars shine in album tracks such as ‘off the table’ and ‘safety net.’

Newly famous rap artist Doja Cat also has a feature on ‘motive.’ The ‘Say So’ chart-topper even teased her collaboration with Ariana on Twitter in September before fans knew the date of the drop.


Insight On The Steamy Lyrics


Ariana has never been shy to allude to her sexuality in her music, but this project takes it to another level. The star’s happy relationship with boyfriend Dalton Gomez seems to inspire the content in her music.

Every lyric blatantly presents her sexual desires, her current love life, or the happy state she’s in. Song titles such as ‘34+35’, ‘nasty,’ and ‘pov’ allude to some of the racier content explored in the music.