Ariana Grande looks to be teasing a new live album compiled from her ‘Sweetener’ tour on social media. The album came out in August 2018, and was followed by another new full-length release, Thank U, Next in February.
The singer has now shared clips on her Instagram stories of her scrolling through audio files with the names of different cities she played in on the ‘Sweetener’ world tour.
The new teasers follow a recent hint from Grande that a live album could be on the way. Last month, she tweeted: “so ….I got a bunch of my live vocals from tour on my laptop thanks to Johnny and Toby.”
“About to start comping thru and picking my favourite ad libs/performance moments on this flight … just in case u want a live album one day.”
The ‘Sweetener’ world tour kicked off in Los Angeles at the Staples Centre back in May. In a review of the first show of the tour, the NME wrote: “By the time last year’s smash hit ‘Thank U, Next’ arrives, signalling the end of the show, Grande looks like she’s having a blast, skipping around the runway with her dancers both with and without her First Wives Club white blazer shrugged over her shoulders.
“Where she goes from here is still unknown but, as tonight shows, she’s got a habit of exceeding herself.”
As uDiscover Music previously reported, Grande shared her star-studded new soundtrack for the new Charlie’s Angels film earlier this month. The album features 11 songs, including ‘How I Look On You’, a brand-new solo track from Grande. ‘Bad To You’, a collaboration between Grande, Normani and Nicki Minaj that was confirmed earlier in the album’s teaser, also appears on the album. Elsewhere, Grande teams up with soul singer Chaka Khan for the song ‘Nobody’, and reunites with her frequent collaborator Victoria Monét on ‘Got Her Own’.
Others featured on the soundtrack include the previously released singles, ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’ (featuring Grande, Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey) and ‘How It’s Done’ (Kash Doll, Kim Petras, Stefflon Don). An update of the 1976 Charlie’s Angels theme song, originally composed by Allyn Ferguson and Jack Elliott, is also included.
Charlie’s Angels (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is out now and can be bought here.