Ariana Grande is the first act in more than 50 years to claim simultaneously the top three spots on the US singles chart
LOS ANGELES - Ariana Grande's latest album “Thank U, Next” officially has a release date.
Taking to Instagram the 25-year-old singer confirmed that her new project will arrive on February 8.
Grande already released the title track for the album "Thank U, Next" in November 2018 as the lead single and it became her first song to debut at No.1.
The album's second single "7 Rings" dropped last week and caused controversy after fans accused the singer of appropriating black culture for some of the lyrics in the song.
A fan posted in an Instagram post, "‘You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it’ … White women talking about their weaves is how we’re gonna solve racism.”
Grande's response to the fan caused a huge backlash with many people accusing her of missing the point.
In a post on the Shade Room, Grande apologised for her comment.