This weekend Ariana Grande released the music video for her new song, Positions, and it's clear that the artist is incredibly proud of how it turned out. The song is part of her sixth album, which will be released at the end of the month, but fans are already loving the new single.
In the video, Grande stars as the President of the United States and holds press conferences, makes decisions in the Oval Office, and tends to other presidential duties in the White House.
The video was directed by Dave Meyers and emphasizes powerful women in America doing everything possible to make a difference in the world. Before releasing the entire track, she tweeted a lyric to give fans a sneak peek; "Heaven sent u to me."
Ariana first hinted at this new album earlier in the month but didn't want to give too much away before it was released. "I can't wait to give you my album this month," Grande shared on October 14th. She revealed the name of the album, Positions, by typing the word out in a video on Instagram.
Fans were ecstatic about the upcoming album and amazed by Grande's clever reveal. Her brother, Frankie, also expressed his excitement; "So proud of my little sister and can't wait for the world to hear #Positions."
So far, in 2020, Ariana's been on the rise, performing 7 Rings and Thank U, Next at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards after being nominated for five awards. Clearly, this artist has a lot more in store for the year, starting with her album's official release later this week.