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"Thank U, Next" (reso graficamente in minuscolo) è il singolo principale e title track del quinto album in studio di Ariana Grande, of the same name. È anche l'undicesimo brano dell'album. È stato pubblicato tramite Republic Records il 3 novembre 2018. Un vinile da 7 pollici del singolo è stato pubblicato nel febbraio 2019, con "Imagine" come lato B del singolo.
Commercialmente, la canzone ha debuttato in cima all'US Billboard Hot 100, diventando la vetta più grande di Ariana nel paese, così come il suo primo numero uno lì. La canzone ha trascorso un totale di sette settimane non consecutive in cima alla classifica. Ha anche raggiunto il numero uno in Australia, Canada, Estonia, Finland, Grecia, Ungheria, Irlanda, Malesia, Nuova Zelanda, Portogallo, Singapore, Corea del Sud e Regno Unito.
Il video musicale di accompagnamento per la canzone è stato presentato in anteprima il 30 novembre 2018 e ha raggiunto oltre 55 milioni di visualizzazioni nelle sue prime 24 ore su YouTube e VEVO, diventando il video con la maggior parte delle visualizzazioni nel suo primo giorno su entrambe le piattaforme.
Una versione dal vivo della canzone è presente in K Bye For Now (SWT Live), che è stato pubblicato il 23 dicembre 2019.
Prima dell'uscita del quarto album in studio di Ariana, Sweetener, ad agosto 2018, Ariana ha detto che lavorerà per il suo quinto album con le sue sessioni di registrazione a partire da settembre.
Secondo Tommy Brown, Ariana ha iniziato a lavorare alla canzone il 4 ottobre 2018. Ariana ha anticipato dei versi della canzone il 1° novembre 2018 attraverso dei tweet, dopo che è stata lanciata una clip del Saturday Night Live che mostra l'ex fidanzato di Ariana, Pete Davidson, che scherza sul loro fidanzamento rotto. Il titolo della canzone è stato rilevato quel giorno dopo che ha twittato "Thank U, Next". Il tweet è stato successivamente cancellato, tuttavia, uno screenshot del tweet può essere visto nell'artwork ufficiale del singolo.
Il 3 novembre, Ariana ha confermato che la canzone sarà la title track e il singolo principale estratto dall'album. È stato anche segnalato da TMZ che la canzone sarebbe stata pubblicata quel giorno, tuttavia, né Ariana né il suo team lo hanno confermato. Più tardi quel giorno la canzone è stata resa disponibile su molte piattaforme digitali senza alcun annuncio ufficiale precedente, diventando una pubblicazione a sorpresa.
Un lyric video per la canzone è stato pubblicato il 6 novembre 2018.
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Pedestrian's Alasdair Duncan called the song a "banger" and that they will be "cranking this tune at maximum volume for the rest of the afternoon." Hugh McIntyre from Forbes wrote: "While many pop stars talk about being honest and vulnerable when it comes to their music, few open up like Grande has on her latest." and described the song as "catchy", while also being "heartbreaking". According to him, the song "may sound deceptively simple upon first play, but when the lyrics sink in and context is applied, it becomes clear that it's ultimately a beautiful piece of music." Rose Dommy, author from Out Magazine said that on the song, "Grande names each of her exes and explains that she's grateful for what they taught her, including Davidson and Mac Miller." She added "Thank U, Next" is "better than the entirety of Sweetener and, possibly, all music ever created." Spencer Kornhaber from The Atlantic wrote: "Her bottom line is that love heals all. [...] she's added a tough edge to that message— highlighting her ownership of not only the gossip, but her romantic life, her growth as a person, and her career as a maker of catchily inspirational bops"
"Thank U, Next" was included on many year-end best-of lists. Time magazine listed the song as the third best song of 2018: "'Thank U, Next' is a highly personal song of self-love and growth that subverts all the obvious pop scripts. It allowed Grande to reframe her narrative as an artist and a woman, and crafted an anthem that celebrates gracious independence over heartbreak." The song was marked at number six on The GuardianTemplate:'s "Top 100 songs of 2018", and number four on the "100 Best Songs of 2018" list by National Public Radio. "The 100 Best Songs of 2018" list by Pitchfork named the song on the #8: "Instead of blaming the men in her life for the pain she’s endured, she thanks them for helping her become the woman she is today. In doing so, she takes the self-love that made Sweetener so special and extends it beyond herself, demonstrating optimism and compassion on the largest possible stage." Dazed magazine's list, "The 20 best tracks of 2018", placed "Thank U, Next" on the #3. and BillboardTemplate:'s "100 Best Songs of 2018" at #4.
Vulture named "Thank U, Next" as the best song of 2018: "Following a year that culturally conditioned people to feed off of spite and vengeance, Ariana Grande decided for the public good to end it with an alternative: maturity" also adding that the song "is the anthem 2018 deserves: Rather than zap the pain from memory, Grande assesses the damage — specifically, her history with love — and rebuilds from the ground up, rekindling her most crucial relationship: Ariana and Ariana. Though she gives her exes their flowers, do not mistake this for a song about men; it’s dedicated to the woman at the eye of their storm who survived." It was also named as the best song of the year by The Fader: "Ari[ana] has a massive audience, but here she sings as though she’s locked eyes with herself in a mirror. Sure, 'thank u, next' is a song about romantic breakups — she namechecks her relationships with Big Sean, Mac Miller, and Pete Davidson — but really it’s a philosophy on par with anything Eckhart Tolle has ever said. Her clarity is universal and contagious, and her logic is somehow warm and gentle: if something doesn’t serve you, maybe its absence will."
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Following the worldwide release of "Thank U, Next", the song debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes Worldwide Song Chart and reached No. 1 on US Apple Music, becoming the first pop song to do so in 2018. It debuted at No. 1 on the global Spotify chart with 6,14 million streams. It debuted at No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart with first-week sales of 73,000 units including 6.7 million streams, becoming Grande's first solo single to achieve this. It also debuted at the top on the Official Irish Chart.
Following its release date, on November 5, 2018, the song broke the record for the most streams received by a song in a single day by a female artist on Spotify, with 8.19 million streams globally, and increasingly extended it until November 9, when it received 9.6 million streams.
Video musicale Modifica
The music video of the song premiered on November 30, 2018. Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, it is inspired by four classic movies, including Bring it On (2000), Legally Blonde (2001), Mean Girls (2004) and 13 Going on 30 (2004). A trailer of the video was released on November 27, 2018 via Grande's social media. It includes a part of "7 Rings" instrumental, and the video is also used as the official music video's intro.
Jennifer Coolidge from Legally Blonde, and Jonathan Bennett and Stefanie Drummond from Mean Girls made a cameo in the video, as well as Grande's friends including Alexa Luria, Courtney Chipolone, Colleen Ballinger, Elizabeth Gillies, Daniella Monet, Victoria Monét, Gabi DeMartino, Tayla Parx, and Troye Sivan. Grande's dog, Toulouse, also appeared in the music video, Since Joan Grande didn't want to be in the music video, Kris Jenner played her mom instead. However, Joan appears as an extra.
As of March 13, 2019 the video has over 300 million views on YouTube.
It was stated that the video has broken the YouTube record for the biggest music video debut in YouTube history...and also the fastest video to earn 100 million views.
Following its release, it reached 1 million likes on YouTube in less than 35 minutes of its release, breaking Taylor Swift's record of 12 hours with "Look What You Made Me Do" attracted in 2017. The video also broke the record for most-watched video within 24 hours, officially achieving over 55 million views on YouTube in its first day, surpassing the 45.9 million YouTube views of BTS's "Idol" video, the previous record-holder and broke the previous VEVO Record, topping the 43.2 million VEVO views Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do".
The video also broke the record for the fastest video to reach 100 million views in VEVO doing it in just 3 days and 10 hours. On YouTube, it is the fastest female video to reach 100 million views and the second overall only behind "Gentleman" (2013) by PSY.
Billboard named the music video as Grande's best: "Complete with a 'Burn Book,' the 'bend and snap,' several celeb cameos (Troye Sivan, Kris Jenner, etc.) and a stamp of approval from the movies' original actors, the highly anticipated music video nonetheless managed to exceed all expectations." In its "The 50 Best Music Videos of 2018: Critics' Picks" list, the magazine placed the song at number 9: "It takes a star at the top of her game, a singer whose personality and heartfelt subject matter shine through even as she's dressing up as her favorite rom-com characters. The final product taught us love, the elaborate roll-out taught us patience, but nothing about it taught us pain -- now that's so amazing. --".
Dietro le quinte Modifica
Three behind-the-scenes videos, directed by Alfredo Flores, were uploaded on Grande's YouTube channel on December 2, 7 and 11, respectively. A director's cut/blooper reel, directed by Hannah Lux Davis, was released on January 4, 2019.
Esibizioni dal vivo Modifica
Grande gave the first televised performance of the song live along with her single "Breathin" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on November 7, 2018. The song was also performed at the 2018 Billboard Women in Music where she was honored with the "Woman of the Year" award. This was also a regular part of the setlist and always ended each night of Grande's Sweetener World Tour.
“Love how my face fits so good in your neck”
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- The line "Even almost got married, and for Pete I'm so thankful" was originally "I’m about to get married, for Pete I’m so thankful" before Grande and Pete Davidson broke their engagement. This was revealed by Grande's best friend and the song's writer, Victoria Monét.
- Grande's ex-boyfriend Ricky Alvarez, who is mentioned on the first verse of the song, posted a video of him reacting to the line about him on his Instagram stories. Grande reposted it on her stories later as well.
- In the line "'Cause her name is Ari" from the song, Apple Music was wrong and put "Aubrey" instead of "Ari". This confused Grande's fans, believing that she was bisexual. However, on November 5, 2018, Apple Music fixed the lyrics.
- However, Grande has also stated that she does not feel the need to label her sexual orientation.
- With nearly 10 million likes, "Thank U, Next" is Grande's most liked music video.
- The song is referenced in a mixtape by Grande's friend and frequent collaborator Nicki Minaj.
- Ariana did plan and considered to add two more teen reference movies for the video such as A Cinderella Story (Starred by Hilary Duff) and She’s the Man (Starred by Amanda Bynes) but declined for unknown reason.
- ↑ Song of the Week: Ariana Grande Moves on with Style in “thank u, next”
- ↑ Ariana Grande's "thank u, next" Is Social Media As Pop
- ↑ 3,0 3,1 Twitter - Grande revealing the album and track title
- ↑ Instagram - Post by Sweetener
- ↑ 7" Vinyl + Digital Single — Ariana Grande
- ↑ Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' out on vinyl
- ↑ australian-charts.com - Ariana Grande - Thank U, Next
- ↑ Ariana Grande Chart History (Canadian Hot 100)
- ↑ EESTI TIPP-40 MUUSIKAS
- ↑ Ariana Grande: Thank U, Next (in Finnish)
- ↑ Official IFPI Charts – Digital Singles Chart (International) – Week: 44/2018
- ↑ Archívum – Slágerlisták – MAHASZ (in Hungarian)
- ↑ irishcharts.com - Ariana Grande - Thank U, Next
- ↑ Copy of RIM CHARTS Week 4,5
- ↑ NZ Top 40 Singles Chart
- ↑ Portuguesecharts.com – Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next
- ↑ RIAS Top 30 International Streaming Chart
- ↑ Gaon Download Chart – Issue date: 2018.11.18 – 2018.11.24
- ↑ Official Singles Chart Top 100
- ↑ 20,0 20,1 Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' Video Breaks The Vevo Record For Most Views In 24 Hours
- ↑ Twitter - Lyrics from "Thank U, Next"
- ↑ Glamour - Did Ariana Grande Just Tweet New Lyrics or Another Shady Thing About Pete Davidson?
- ↑ Ariana Grande Releases Surprise Track 'thank u, next'
- ↑ Ariana Grande Debuts Ransom Note-Style 'Thank U, Next' Lyric Video: Watch
- ↑ Well Fuck, Ariana Grande Just Unleashed Her New Banger ‘Thank U, Next’
- ↑ Ariana Grande Surprise-Drops Emotional New Single 'Thank U, Next'
- ↑ Ariana Grande Unleashes Breakup Anthem 'Thank U, Next'
- ↑ Ariana Grande Conquers the Breakup Song
- ↑ Time - These Are the 10 Best Songs of 2018
- ↑ The Guardian - The top 100 songs of 2018
- ↑ The 100 Best Songs of 2018 (20-1)
- ↑ Pitchfork - The 100 Best Songs of 2018
- ↑ The 20 best tracks of 2018
- ↑ BillboardTemplate:'s 100 Best Songs of 2018: Critics' Picks
- ↑ Vulture - The 10 Best Songs of 2018
- ↑ The Fader - The 100 best songs of 2018
- ↑ Twitter - “thank u, next” by Ariana Grande is now the first female song of 2018 to debut at #1 on the Spotify Global Chart.
- ↑ Ariana Grande’s thank u, next debuts at Number 1 with big opening week numbers
- ↑ thank u, next becomes Ariana Grande's second Number 1 of 2018 on the Official Irish Singles Chart
- ↑ Ariana Grande Breaks World Spotify Record Again With ‘Thank U, Next’ As She Finishes New Album
- ↑ Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' Breaks Single-Day Spotify Record For A Female Artist -- Twice
- ↑ Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” Enjoys Another Gain, Sets Another Record On Spotify
- ↑ Twitter - 'i transferred from los angeles, your school has no gymnastics team this issaalast resort ........ ok i've never cheered before so what?
- ↑ Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ Music Video Is Inspired By Iconic 2000s Rom-Coms
- ↑ Instagram - "new best friend .... thank u, next"
- ↑ Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" Video Features Real Aaron Samuels From Mean Girls
- ↑ Instagram - ‘would u like us to assign someone to butter your muffin?’
- ↑ Instagram - Ci’m sexy, i’m cute! i’m popular to boot! #thankunext
- ↑ Instagram - Colleen behind the scenes of "Thank U, Next"
- ↑ Instagram - Liz behind the scenes
- ↑ Instagram - Cheerleaders from the music video of "Thank U, Next"
- ↑ Twitter - Statement that Joan Grande did not want to appear in the music video
- ↑ Twitter - More about Joan Grande not wanting to be in the video
- ↑ Twitter - YouTube Music - "@ArianaGrande’s #thankunextvideo is now the biggest debut in YouTube history"
- ↑ Ariana Grande's 'Thank U, Next' Video Smashes YouTube and Vevo 24-Hour Records
- ↑ Grande's 'thank u, next' bests Adele to fastest 100 million views
- ↑ Ariana Grande's Billboard - 10 Best Music Videos: Critic's Picks
- ↑ Ariana, Taylor, Billie Lead Your 2019 VMA
- ↑ Ariana Grande to perform breakup song Thank u, next, which references exes Pete Davidson and Mac Miller, on Ellen
- ↑ Watch Ariana Grande Perform “thank u, next” on “Ellen”
- ↑ Ariana Grande Performs ‘Thank U, Next’ at WIM 2018 | Billboard
- ↑ Victoria Monét On Co-Writing Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” & Working With Normani
- ↑ Twitter - Ricky posted a video reacting to the line about him in ”Thank U, Next”
- ↑ You Might Have Misheard This Lyric In Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’
- ↑ Twitter - Grande about the lyrics fixed on Apple Music
- ↑ Twitter @Ariana Grande -"i haven’t before and still don’t feel the need to now 🖤🧚🏼♂️ which is okay"
- ↑ Audiomack - "Bust Down Barbiana"
|8 febbraio 2019 • 41:04 • Republic Records|
|Pubblicate||7 Rings • Bad Idea • Bloodline • Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored • Fake Smile • Ghostin • Imagine • In My Head • Make Up • NASA • Needy • Thank U, Next|
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