Few things can inspire bops quite like a breakup, even though Ariana Grande’s Sweetener album dropped less than three months ago, the singer is already teasing her next album on Twitter. On Saturday morning, Grande confirmed that she’s working on her next album, which she says will be titled Thank U, Next.
The exciting news comes after Grande first used the aforementioned phrase in tweets that might’ve been in response to a joke made by her ex-fiance Pete Davidson in an SNL promo clip.
The God Is a Woman singer first hinted that she has a fifth album in the works back on October 24, but we learned a lot more about it thanks to Grande’s morning tweet sesh. She also hinted that, while the album might reference her breakup with Davidson, she won’t be “dragging” him.
The album’s title was thanks to her best friend, Victoria Monet.
She’s learned a lot from her relationship with Pete Davidson—at least according to her tweet below (reads like song lyrics, no?).
It also sounds like it’s going to be just as empowering as her incredible “God Is a Woman” track from earlier this year.
The album will also feature Ariana and only Ariana, letting her take center stage.
Thank U, Next’s release date is unclear for now. Until then, we’ll be here anxiously refreshing Grande’s Twitter feed and waiting for the Sweetener world tour to start.