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Ariana Grande's 'Eternal Sunshine' Album: A Fever Dream for Paramours

by Lisa K. Stephenson & Diamond Brown

Ariana Grande's latest studio album, "Eternal Sunshine," has undoubtedly captured the hearts of fans and critics alike.

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Known for her impeccable pitch and extraordinary vocal range, Grande has once again delivered an album that showcases her undeniable talent. However, while Grande's vocal abilities have always been a highlight, her diction has been a point of criticism in the past. In previous works, deciphering Grande's lyrics often felt like a daunting task, requiring listeners to strain their ears and meticulously dissect each word.

However, with the release of "Eternal Sunshine," it's evident that Grande has made significant improvements in her diction. Perhaps influenced by her recent experience starring in the film "Wicked" alongside Cynthia Erivo, Grande's clarity and enunciation on this album are commendable.


Beyond her improved diction, "Eternal Sunshine" stands out for its captivating storytelling and impeccable production. Grande effortlessly weaves together pop and R&B elements, creating a cohesive and immersive listening experience. From the heartfelt ballads to the infectious upbeat tracks, each song on the album showcases Grande's versatility as an artist.

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Despite her musical prowess, Grande has not been immune to controversy in her personal life. Recent allegations of being a homewrecker and scrutiny surrounding her relationships have dominated headlines. Fans have voiced their concerns, calling for cohesiveness and self-awareness from the pop star.


However, it's essential to remember that there is a fine line between an artist and their personal life. While Grande's personal struggles may be fodder for tabloids, her true talent lies in her music. As listeners, we must learn to appreciate Grande for her artistry rather than her personal choices.


Songs on "Eternal Sunshine," such as "Bye" and "Don't Want to Break Up Again," hint at Grande's personal experiences, possibly referencing her relationship with ex-partner Dalton Gomez. Meanwhile, tracks like "Yes, And?" and "The Boy is Mine" pay homage to iconic classics while adding Grande's unique flair.

All in all, while Ariana is addressing the public backlash about both of her relationships — her divorce from Dalton Gomez to her rumored infidelity with Ethan Slater — one thing remains clear: Ariana Grande is a vocal genius, and this album is a lightweight, fun breath of fresh air. Meticulously weaving both pop and R&B, if we can manage to stay out of her personal life until she invites us herself, the reward will be worth the wait and filled with "Eternal Sunshine."

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