Clevver News VIDEO: Ariana Grande Explains Album Title Meaning & Harry Styles’ Involvement


We were all left wondering why Ariana decided to change her album title from “Moonlight” to “Dangerous Woman,” but don’t worry, the singer just revealed some new information that might just give us a better idea.Sharing this pic of Egyptian feminist, Nawal El Saad-awi to Instagram last night, Ariana captioned the photo, QUOTE: “They said, you are a savage and dangerous woman. I am speaking the truth. And the truth is savage and dangerous.”

The saying comes from Nawal’s 1975 novel, “Woman at Point Zero” which takes an inside look at society’s brutal treatment of woman.

Hmm… Ariana is definitely getting deep with this one. I give her mad props for this idea though. Maybe she’s telling us all to go out and read the book?

In other Ariana news, we just got word that her and Harry Styles will be teaming up to write a new song! Ugh, seriously guys, I can already imagine how great this will be!

In a recent interview with Meghan Trainor, she said, QUOTE: “Harry is killing it out here in the US, songwriting for Ariana Grande and myself – he’s really talented. I can’t wait to hear what he’s got going.”

And we can’t wait to hear either! This wouldn’t be the first time Ariana and Harry collaborated together. Does anyone remember the song, “Just A Little Bit of Your Heart” from 2014? We are still not over how amazing it was.

Now it’s YOUR turn! What do you think of the meaning behind Ariana’s new album name? And how excited are you for Ariana and Harry’s next collab? Let us know in the comment section below or tweet me @JackieIadonisi. When you’re done with that click right here to see our list of Underrated Pop Stars on Debatable and be sure to subscribe! Thanks for hanging out with me today on Clevver News, I’m your host Jackie Iadonisi. See you guys next time!

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Clevver News VIDEO: Ariana Grande Explains Album Title Meaning & Harry Styles’ Involvement

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