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The 26-year old is one of the most revered artists of this decade and needs no introduction! Her dating life hasn’t been short of mishaps but has definitely been an inspiration for her hit songs.

Her relationships have led to a milestone in her career and defined most of her songs. In this ‘woke’ era, Ariana Grande has been a firm advocate of making sure her songs influence her fans in the correct way possible.

Recently, in her single track ‘boyfriend‘ she sang about she preaches a lot now. The lyrics redefined how songs are written in pop-culture. Rather than taking the usual route of a linear story, Grande thought to educate the masses by highlighting why one shouldn’t casually date.

After breaking up with Big Sean, Ariana’s songs got deeper and had different layers to it. Making it more meaningful. Critics were surprised that Ariana was capable of delivering such a piece!

On Twitter, she had the following to say on how she and Social House members, Mike Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson came up the lyrics.

“I feel like this song captures a common theme in the lives of so many people i know ! People want to feel love but don’t want to define their relationship & have trouble fully committing or trusting or allowing themselves to fully love someone. even tho they want to.”

She’s affirmatively said on many occasions that she prefers to focus on her creative life and doesn’t have the time for such shenanigans. Her songs do the talking for her and has certainly silenced her haters.

Over her entire career, she’s dated famous personalities such as Big Sean, the late Mac Miller and most recently, Pete Davidson. Neither of her relationships have lasted long-term though, ending up in a heartbreak for both.

 

For her dating life, Ariana shared previously with Vogue that she is simply dating around and that her career is her main focus. “I think that this is the first album [‘Thank U, Next’] and also the first year of my life where I’m realizing that I can no longer put off spending time with myself, just as me. I’ve been boo’d up my entire adult life. I’ve always had someone to say goodnight to,” she shared with the outlet. “So ‘Thank U, Next’ was this moment of self-realization. It was this scary moment of ‘Wow, you have to face all this stuff now. No more distractions. You have to heal all this shit.”

All and all, Ariana isn’t the same innocent celebrity we used to see on Nickelodeon’s Victorious anymore. She’s more than an icon now. Her politcal views and social stances introspective in her lyrics and in her visual style. There’s a reason she’s appreciated as much as she is all over the world. Her breakups only led the songwriter channeling all the negativity into her songs and create masterpieces!

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