Grande took to social media earlier today, February 2, to share three images – a small television, a mirror with “34+35” and “Ari, Doja, Meg” written on it, and a back cover track listing with the remix and four additional song titles, which are scratched out.
“Happy February,” the singer captioned the post, suggesting the Positions deluxe edition may arrive sometime this month.
happy february pic.twitter.com/Hgy8NO1FQr
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) February 2, 2021
Grande released the original version of Positions – her sixth studio album and the follow-up to 2019’s Thank U, Next – back in October of last year, after previewing it with its title track.
The remix of album track “34+35” arrived earlier this month after Grande had previously teased its release. It saw Doja and Megan handle the second and third verses respectively, with Doja notably rapping, “I want that 69/without Tekashi“.
Last month, Grande released Excuse Me, I Love You, a Netflix film consisting largely of concert and tour footage shot during her ‘Sweetener’ world tour. It includes performances shot during Grande’s last night of five at London’s O2 Arena, her final show in Europe and day 81 of 101 days on tour.
The NME’s review suggested, “Ariana Grande is an electric performer. Her elastic vocal gymnastics are spectacular, her signature whistle-tone ecstasy, and the slick dance routines are spellbinding. The show, chock-a-block with hits, is consistently stylised – vivid lighting encases the stage in woozy red and purple hues, adding a sense of theatrical drama. Heavily choreographed moments look astounding – particularly “God Is a Woman”, in which Grande and 12 dancers recreate Da Vinci’s Last Supper, and “R.E.M.” where waterfall visuals flow over the entire stage set-up.
Positions is out now and can be bought here.