Dangerous Woman – Ariana Grande

Dangerous Woman – Ariana Grande

 

Ariana Grande released one of the best pop songs of the century, and Dangerous Woman was the album that came with it.

I’ve talked before about single-artists versus album-artists. Ariana falls firmly into the former category. The album IS good, but five of the songs fail to make any lasting connection.

Songs cut: Moonlight, Leave Me Lonely, Everyday, I Don’t Care, and Knew Better/ Forever Boy.

Song cut before the album was even released: Remember Focus? This carbon copy of Problem was supposed to be the album’s lead single but was quietly swept under the rug when everyone realized that it, well… sucked.

Best song: Into You

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