AceShowbiz - It hasn't even been three months since Ariana Grande released her latest album "Sweetener", but she already has new music coming soon. The pop princess just shared on her Twitter account a clip of her previewing a new song.
The black-and-white clip was taken from a recording studio, where Ariana could be heard singing over dreamy beats. "I can be needy/ Tell me how good it feels to be needed," she showcases her vocals. "I can be needy/ Somehow to please me/ I know it feels so good to be needed."
tell me how good it feels to be needed pic.twitter.com/myoGc788uV— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) October 5, 2018
Fans immediately went wild after she shared the clip, with one saying, "Another art is coming god I have not yet overcome DW and one more comes. That beautiful sounds is a lot of art." One fan got too excited to hear the new song, tweeting in all caps, "THIS IS BEAUTIFUL PLEASE DON'T SCRAP THIS ITS ACTUALLY AMAZING OMG ILY."
Another art is coming god I have not yet overcome DW and one more comes, that beautiful sounds is a lot of art— Aymara GWS☁ (@ArianaOneLoveCu) October 5, 2018
THIS IS BEAUTIFUL PLEASE DONT SCRAP THIS ITS ACTUALLY AMAZING OMG ILY— kahlen 🌹 (@nbtsboca) October 5, 2018
Not much is known about the new song, but report suggests that it will be titled "Needy". The track may also be included on her upcoming album as she has already teased about it before. "Can't wait for you guys to start being weird ag5 detectives... my lil private investigators," she said in a since-deleted tweet. "AG5" refers to the go-to codename format for her upcoming album before the title is revealed.
Further teasing the new effort, Ariana took to Instagram Stories to share a series of pictures of her in the recording studio. One photo featured a numbered list written on a whiteboard, leading fans to speculate that she had already thought about the tracklist. "This is what happens when we hang out for three days yikes," she wrote on the photo, along with several emojis. Ariana also tagged a slew of her previous collaborators.