Ariana Grande's new album is 'another evolution' according to friend Tayla Parx

No dates revealed, but the album is 'truly is incredible'

Attention ladies and gentleman, this is not a drill, we repeat this is not a drill. We have new and developing information regarding AG6, we repeat, this is not a drill.

In a recent interview with Insider, Ariana Grande’s friend and frequent collaborator Tayla Parx, revealed she's been in the studio with Ari, "working on the new record.” Okay so even though we had a feeling, we seriously have to check our “breathin” because now that it’s confirmed our heart rate it through the roof.

For context, if you loved “Needy,” “NASA,” “Ghostin,” “7 Rings,” and “Thank U, Next,” Parx is partly to thank for that, as she co-wrote all five songs on Grande’s GRAMMY-nominated album.

And as Ari always stresses, her music is very much a collaborative effort, so along with Parx, Ari has put her Thank U, Next crew together to make magic once again. Producer Tommy Brown, singer songwriter Victoria Monet, and most likely Social House and a few others.

Parx didn’t divulge that much, but just enough to keep us spinning out and wanting more. "I think she has to tell you more about [the album] herself," Parx said, “but I can tell you she's made, yet again, another evolution.”

Parx went on to state that “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.” You’re excited? Girl, We’re excited!

So far Ariana hasn’t shared much either, like barely anything at all. Only five seconds of some oohs and aahs, but with that voice we can’t even complain. Actually, it seems as though Ari is “ghostin’" us, because we haven’t heard a thing from the singer since dropping the tease ten days ago on Instagram. Ugh, she did caption the post “brb,” so guess we’ll just have to wait and see or should we say hear.

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