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Album Review

Ariana Grande took her first tentative steps into adulthood with My Everything, the 2014 album that tempered her retro-diva stance with modern R&B. Released two years later, Dangerous Woman consolidates this soulful shift while offering a snazzier, sophisticated spin on the '90s pop that provides the foundation of Grande's music. Much of the latter comes from a fruitful partnership with producer Max Martin and his colleague Ilya, a team responsible for over half of the standard album's tracks (they also have their hands in several of the deluxe edition's bonus cuts). Tommy Brown and Mr. Franks are the other chief collaborators here, shepherding many of the cuts with a heavier R&B influence — the stuttering "Let Me Love You," featuring a verse from Lil Wayne, the slow-burning torch of "Leave Me Lonely" — but their productions aren't far removed from the Martin/Ilya cuts. "Everyday," a heavy thrumming jam featuring Future, is helmed by Ilya alone and the Rihanna-copping "Side to Side" bears a Martin credit. What all the producers do is keep the focus on the individual track, carving it into a seamless sculpture of rhythm and melody where Grande winds up as the accent to the song. Restraint serves her well: there are times she lets go with a full-throated roar, but Grande spends most of Dangerous Woman at a simmer that reinforces the sultry seduction of the title. A fair chunk of the album is devoted to cinematic ballads, which makes the bright blasts of disco — "Be Alright," "Greedy" — so alluring, but the entire record benefits from this single-minded concentration. Track by track, Dangerous Woman has sly, subtle distinctions — a little bit of torch gives way to some heavy hip only to have frothy pop surface again — and while some of these cuts work better than others, the range is impressive, as is Grande's measured, assured performance.

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AMAZING

This album is amazing because although it is pop, it has a lot of R&B and Soul mixed into it as well. The vocals are phenomenal and the production is on point. It has a very mature sound as well.

Genuine

I love how there is a clean version of 'Dangerous Woman'! Children deserve to enjoy this mature, refreshing, and fun album too.

Yes.

yes, Ariana. yes

Biography

Born: June 26, 1993 in Boca Raton, FL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

A teen television star turned pop diva, Ariana Grande emerged in the mid-2010s as an heir to the throne of Mariah Carey. Blessed with powerful vocals that belied her petite frame, Grande had greater singing chops than many of her peers, and her Babyface-produced 2013 debut, Yours Truly, underscored her debt to '90s soul. Nevertheless, her music was flexible enough to incorporate hip-hop and EDM, as proved by her 2014 smash hit single "Problem," featuring Iggy Azalea. A native of Boca Raton, Florida,...
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Dangerous Woman, Ariana Grande
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  • $6.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Vocal, Dance
  • Released: May 20, 2016
  • Clean

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