AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande celebrated the eighth anniversary of signing her first-ever record deal, and thanked her label for believing in her.
The 26-year-old signed with Republic Records back in 2011, and released her debut album "Yours Truly" two years later, and "My Everything" in 2014. She took a four-year break and finally gave fans her long-awaited third album "Sweetener", and followed it up with "Thank U, Next" earlier this year.
"Signed to @RepublicRecords eight years ago today and released my debut album six years ago ..." Grande posted on Twitter on Saturday, August 10.
"Thankful for my republic family and deeply proud of every project we've released together. music is the most special thing in the world. thank u for believing in me and my voice," she gushed.
Republic, a branch of Universal Music Group, spotted the "God is a Woman" hitmaker's tweet and replied with some sweet words of their own for the singer.
"So honored to be family!" the label's Twitter account posted. "We couldn't be more proud of your growth & dedication. All the love in the worldddddd."
Last year, Grande praised Republic on social media for its support After receiving the Woman of the Year award at Billboard's 2018 Women in Music event last year (2018), Grande heaped praise on the label's CEO Monte Lipman and her team.