During these difficult times, it looks like there is one thing Ariana Grande can always count on no matter what and that’s music. Ariana’s manager, Scooter Braun, opened up about the pop star’s choice of therapy, stating music is what helps her make it through.
We all know music can be a creative form of expression, but whether you’re listening to it or creating it, it can also cure. In the past, Ariana has allowed music to do just that.
After the tragedy of the Manchester concert attack in May of last year, Ariana came back stronger and created, “One Love,” the benefit concert in which several performers came together to help raise money for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. Months later, she took time off from social media, as well as from the public eye and shifted her focus on her well-being. That’s when her latest album Sweetener was conceived. Now after her recent split from Pete Davidson and the loss of Mac Miller, we can assume Ariana is doing the same to make her feel better.
On Wednesday, Oct. 24, a fan tweeted Ariana, basically saying she couldn’t believe Sweetener had been created in such a short amount of time. “How u think i survived these 2/3 months ksjsksjs ……… damn love u,” Ariana replied.
how u think i survived these 2/3 months ksjsksjs ……… damn
love u https://t.co/5cRt5DLNmk
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) October 24, 2018
Ariana has also been teasing new projects on social media, so that most likely means she’s spilling her heart out in what we predict will be honest and raw lyrics about her experiences.
Now, the singer has her Sweetener tour coming soon. Scooter agrees with Ariana when she says she’s “ready” to get back out there. We can’t wait to see do her thing again!