AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande has just gifted her fans with new single "Thank U, Next" off her upcoming album, but someone apparently was too eager to hear the rest of the music. A user who goes by the name Zandhr has just leaked what appears to be an entire album of the singer.
The user uploaded on Spotify and Apple Music a playlist titled "Nobody Does It Better". It featured ten songs that were certainly sung by Ariana, including "Ridiculous", "Too Long" and "Better Days". There was also a new version of "Be Alright" featuring Migos.
there are unreleased versions of songs such as be alright but featuring migos, ari is the only person who can legally be releasing this, it has to be her @ArianaGrande #ariareyouzandhr https://t.co/vf6TLXFb9X— michael kudra (@michaelkudra) November 6, 2018
The leak obviously caused fans frenzy, with many wondering who Zandhr is. Some even speculated that the mysterious user is actually Ariana herself, considering that she was the only one who could release the songs on legal streaming services. Fans have bombarded her Twitter account with questions about the leak, but the singer remains tight-lipped about the matter.
As the mystery remains unsolved, Ariana is busy promoting her latest single. She will be performing the breakup anthem for the first time when she stops by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Wednesday, November 7. Host Ellen DeGeneres recently teased the singer's performance on the morning talk show, sharing a clip of the set on Twitter.
The video saw the "God Is a Woman" singer channeling characters from "The First Wives Club" in an all-white ensemble. She was joined by the co-writers of the song and backup singers, Tayla Parx and Victoria Monet. "Thought I'd end up with Sean/ But he wasn't a match," she sang the viral lyrics. "Wrote some songs about Ricky/ Now I listen and laugh."
"Thank U, Next" will also serve as the title track of Ariana's upcoming fifth studio album. Further details regarding the album, such as its release date and artwork, remain to be seen.