This February, Ariana Grande starts the American leg of her tour for her newest album, “Dangerous Woman”. For those of you who don’t know, when it comes to music, Ariana is my biggest role model. Her talent and her confidence on stage is motivational and inspirational. I always admire the way she can sing such high notes, and her ability to hold them out for so long. When she released “Dangerous Woman”, it quickly became my favorite album. Every single song is just so catchy. Here are my top 3 favorite songs off the album:
Leave me Lonely: Leave me Lonely, featuring Macy Gray, is my favorite song on the entire album. The melody is so addictive that I find myself humming it all day. I also really like Macy Gray’s part. I feel like it adds to the song, and definitely makes it stand out on the Album. Love, love, love!
Sometimes: This song is just so fun, and it gets you hooked as soon as it starts. And, as always, Ariana’s vocals are flawless. I constantly have this song on repeat, it’s on all my playlists, and I’m not even close to tired of it.
Jason’s Song (Gave it Away): I always knew Ariana’s voice was amazing but I never actually realized how amazing. This song isn’t technically on “Dangerous Woman”…It’s a bonus track. Regardless, I’m blown away every time I listen to it. I especially love the empowering lyrics that remind listeners to, as Ari says, “get the hell away from those who block my vision.”
If you haven’t listened to Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman”, I suggest you do. You definitely won’t regret it. Let me know which Ariana songs are your favorite! You can also check out my music video for my original song “Yesterday”, released only a few months ago. You can find it on my YouTube channel or right here on my website! The views have been climbing quickly and I’m extremely grateful to everyone who has viewed it and shared it.
Music has become such an important part of my life. Listening to music and writing music have taught me to understand my emotions and accept them. Music has made it possible for me to share my thoughts, rather than just keeping them to myself. My happiness derives from being able to create something that other people can hopefully resonate with, and connect to. Music has helped me preserver through tough times, and has given me an opportunity to find myself. I encourage all of you to find what you love and let it save you! Music is my therapy, what’s yours?
- Esha xx