Ariana Grande has finished her fourth studio album, TMZ reports. The pop singer played the album for label heads at Republic Records and manager Scooter Braun, and posted a photograph of the meeting on her Instagram story earlier today.
Half of the songs were allegedly produced by Pharrell, who previously worked with Grande on the Calvin Harris collaboration "Heatstroke." The other half were produced by Max Martin, responsible for past hits such as "Into You," "Side to Side" and "Problem." Grande reportedly co-wrote each song on the "personal" LP.
Ariana Grande has been relatively quiet since her Dangerous Woman tour wrapped last year. but she did post a brief snippet of a new song to Instagram on New Years Eve, with the caption "see you next year." She will also feature on Troye Sivan's forthcoming album.