Ariana Grande returns to music to celebrate 10th anniversary of debut album Yours Truly 


The long wait is officially over, Arianators!

American pop star Ariana Grande surprised her fans by revealing a week-long of celebration to mark the 10th anniversary of her 2013 debut album. 

The 30-year-old hitmaker announced on an Instagram reel on Saturday, August 19, the official timeline of festivities leading up to the release date of her reissued album on August 30. 

The commemoration will kick off on Friday, August 25 with the release of her deluxe digital album and newly-recorded live performances of Honeymoon Avenue and Daydreamin’.

On Saturday, Aug. 26, Ariana will roll out the first part of a Q&A and a new merch collection, followed by another live performance of Baby I on Sunday, Aug. 27. The second part of her Q&A will continue on Monday, Aug. 28 along with a vinyl pre-order and two more live performances of Tattooed Heart and Right There on Tuesday, Aug. 29.

To top it all off, the celebration will conclude on Wednesday, Aug. 30, to mark the 10th anniversary of Yours Truly with a live performance of The Way.

In a separate Instagram story, Ariana specified that the deluxe digital release of Yours Truly will feature revamped versions of the songs from the old album. 

“P.s. the ‘deluxe’ = the Live from London, updated versions of the songs we performed from Yours Truly,” Ariana wrote.

“I can’t wait for you to hear them. this was such a healing and special project to do. love you guys so much and am so thankful for you,” she penned to fans.

The God is a Woman singer hasn’t released any new music since 2020, aside from the song Just Look Up she sang with rapper Kid Cudi for the movie Don’t Look Up in 2021.

Yours Truly was released on Aug. 30, 2013, under Republic Records and debuted atop the Billboard 200.

Patricia Dela Roca
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