Grande released her new album, "Thank U, Next" on Friday.
The song was released in November, a month after she and Pete ended their engagement following a whirlwind summer romance. "I saw those tweets and what she said". "Thank you so much".
Though Big Sean and Alvarez were fans, Davidson hasn't quite embraced the shoutout in the tune following their split. I basically worked with her to mold it. The Recording Academy accepted the award on her behalf.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Ehrlich said that he was surprised by her comments, adding: "I will say this, and they don't want me to say it but I'm going to say it: The thing that probably bothered me more than whatever else she said about me is when she said I'm not collaborative".
If she and Davidson had tied the knot, she had that covered in the lyrics as well, sharing: "There's a version where I was getting married, there's a version where I'm not getting married, there's a version with nothing -we're not talking about anything". "He was like, 'Damn, I'm the first one, huh?' And I was like, 'I mean, you know, I went kind of in order.' He was very supportive, he loved it".
"Sweetener" includes her signature blend of pop and R&B with inflections of hip-hop, all set to the star's wide-ranging, silky-yet-breathy vocals. "I don't know if I'm good at anything else, but I understand artists and I can hear other artists in an artist", he said. "It is real life and I spent a lot of time with each of those people... it was like scary to put in a song".