Too often, women receive scrutiny for embracing and expressing their sexuality. Ariana Grande’s new album “Positions” unapologetically spotlights female sexuality, working to empower women through its candid exploration of love and loss.
Billboard’s Women in Music is an annual event during which the publication recognizes women who have made substantial contributions in an otherwise male-dominated industry and ultimately bestows someone the title of “Woman of the Year.” This year, Billboard chose to give the award to popstar Ariana Grande, whose contributions to music and female empowerment, as well as her ability to remain poised throughout this past year, have without a doubt made her the most iconic face of 2018.
No woman nor man that is in a toxic relationship should be forced to stay with their significant other because they feel guilty if something were to happen to them.
When Troye Sivan released his debut album, “Blue Neighborhood,” in 2015, listeners were taken aback by the level of maturity and confidence that seemed to exude from this 20 year-old young man who got his start on Youtube by posting covers that date all the way back to 2007.
She’s here ladies and gents, and she is thriving! After almost two years of working on new music, Ariana Grande finally released her highly-anticipated, fourth studio album, “Sweetener,” and as Ari herself would say, “Honest to God, knock me out!”
A night that should be full of making memories and having the time of your life while jamming out to your favorite artists is not the place when you should be thinking of if you are going to make it out alive or not.