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Ariana Grande Reveals Truth About "Get Well Soon" Track & Sweetener Sessions | Hollywire

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Ariana Grande reached No. 1 on the Billboard chart for a third time this week, and Sweetener is claimed to be the second-best for sales this week for a female artist in 2018 behind Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy. In a tweet, Ari explains that the song "Get Well Soon" is about her anxiety and how she felt after what happened in the Manchester Attack last year. The track was written with iconic producer Pharrell, who she says, “forced her” to let everything out in the studio and write down exactly how she felt so she could heal. Ariana Grande said “It definitely helped. Looking back at it now from a healthier place, it’s probably one of the most important songs i’ll ever write”. The track is a total of five minutes and 22 seconds, and has 40 seconds of silence at the end of it. That length has significance, since the date of the attack was May 22. Ariana Grande spent this past weekend performing all of her new songs in an intimate “Sweetener Sessions” L.A. Show. Her Fiance Pete Davidson introduced her to the stage, telling the audience “I can’t believe she talks to me” before the two shared a passionate kiss in front of the crowd. A fan yelled in the middle of her singing “Raindrops” and asked her to start again because he was not recording her yet, and SHE DID!
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