[On her new album]— Of course it’s special to me. You know, I put everything into it. I put my heart and soul into it. It’s a vulnerable thing putting out music because its a part of you. It’s a direct reflection of parts of you and things you’ve been through.
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[On her new album]— Of course it’s special to me. You know, I put everything into it. I put my heart and soul into it. It’s a vulnerable thing putting out music because its a part of you. It’s a direct reflection of parts of you and things you’ve been through.
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[On her new album]— Of course it’s special to me. You know, I put everything into it. I put my heart and soul into it. It’s a vulnerable thing putting out music because its a part of you. It’s a direct reflection of parts of you and things you’ve been through.
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[On her new album]— Of course it’s special to me. You know, I put everything into it. I put my heart and soul into it. It’s a vulnerable thing putting out music because its a part of you. It’s a direct reflection of parts of you and things you’ve been through.
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[On her new album]— Of course it’s special to me. You know, I put everything into it. I put my heart and soul into it. It’s a vulnerable thing putting out music because its a part of you. It’s a direct reflection of parts of you and things you’ve been through.

The highest debut on the chart is Grande’s “Best Mistake,” featuring Big Sean, which enters at No. 6 with 104,000. With the arrival of “Best Mistake” alongside “Bang Bang” and “Break Free,” Grande is the first female artist to have three songs in the top six of the chart at the same time. The last artist to notch three in the region was Michael Jackson, who achieved the feat shortly after his death (on the chart dated July 18, 2009).

Billboard (via agrande-news)