Ariana Grande is taking a tried and true approach to her next record.
The “Breathin’” songbird will reportedly reunite her longtime collaborators, singer-songwriters Tayla Parx and Victoria Monet, and producer Tommy Brown, for her sixth studio album. Parx confirmed the news in an interview with Insider, revealing she and Grande have already started “working on the new record.”
"The ‘Thank U, Next' crew did get back together over quarantine — after like, five COVID tests, literally. We just kind of let it happen naturally, same way as the last album," the "Slow Dancing" star shared.
For context, if you loved “Needy,” “NASA,” “Ghostin,” “7 Rings,” and “Thank U, Next,” Parx is partly to thank for that — she co-wrote all five songs on Grande’s Grammy-nominated fifth LP, Thank U, Next.
Although mum on dishing too many details on AG6, Parx — who's known Grande since their acting days on Nickelodeon as teens — said “[Grande’s] made, yet again, another evolution.”
"And that's what I'm here for, that's the type of music that I want to create with artists," she continued. "Music that allows them to show different sides of themselves with each project. And we're just going to get to know her even more this time around, which I'm really excited for the world to see."
While the "Do Not Answer" artist didn’t reveal when we’d be getting our first filling of Ari’s new project, she promised, “it truly is incredible.”
Grande did drop a teaser of what’s to come earlier this month when she took to Instagram with a seconds-long snippet of her performing runs on an unreleased song.
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