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Ariana Grande faced the unthinkable in 2017 when a terrorist attack at her Manchester, England, concert killed 22 young fans. In the shadow of that event, she managed to keep working on the follow-up to her million-selling 2016 LP Dangerous Woman. "I started an album already a year ago, over a year ago, but I want to keep creating, and it's not done yet," the singer told told Billboard in September. "So I'm going to take my sweet ass time, so I'll be rested and ready to go again as soon as possible." A few months later, Grande posted a snippet on Instagram of her singing the phrase "you can feel it," with a gospel choir riffing behind her. The video's caption read, "see you next year." "The things that she has to say on this album, it's pretty next-level," Pharrell Williams assured The Los Angeles Times. "Her album is amazing."