A new Ariana Grande single is set to be released this week, and opened up about some of the messages on her most recent album.
The singer announced on social media that "Imagine" will make its debut at midnight on 14 December, 2019 – this coming Friday.
这位歌手在社交媒体上宣布，新单《Imagine》将在2019年12月14日午夜 - 也就是这周星期五 - 亮相。
She posted a countdown on her Instagram Story and posted: "'Imagine' Thursday night."
Grande also shared more on the meaning of her album Sweetener, which came out in August, two months before Grande and SNL comedian Pete Davidson called off their engagement.
The singer has addressed some of her past relationships on the album, including in the video for her single "thank u, next", in which she flips through a "burn book" filled with photos of her exes.
“A lot of this album mourns failed yet important, beautiful relationships in my life (as well as celebrates growth / exploring new independence),” she wrote in a draft, which she shared on her Instagram Story.
“But for those of you asking about 'Imagine': I would say if 'thank u, next’ = acceptance… ‘imagine' = denial. Hope that makes sense.”
“但对于那些询问《Imagine》的人：我会说《Thank you, next》'=接受......《Imagine》=拒绝。希望这样大家能更明白一点。”
Grande recently called 2018 "one of the best years of my careers and the worst of my life" at a Billboard Women in Music event, where she was being honoured.
She added: “I just want to say if you're someone out there who has no idea what this next chapter's gonna bring, you're not alone in that."