Ariana Grande has been hinting that her upcoming song, ‘Dangerous Woman’, will have some serious feminist influences.
The singer, who is a fearless feminist herself, has been honouring famous women she admires on her Instagram page. Coco Chanel, Maya Angelou, and Nawal El-Saadawi were her choices.
“They said, ‘You are a savage and dangerous woman.’ I am speaking the truth. And the truth is savage and dangerous,” Grande quoted from the Egyptian feminist writer’s 1975 novel Woman At Point Zero.
We’re guessing this is what inspired the album’s name, but there’s more. She also launched dangerouswoman.com where you can hear a message from the singer and shop her newest merchandise.
Can’t wait to hear the song? Grande will serve as both host and musical guest on SNL when she debuts the title track on March 12.
We’re looking forward to hearing the whole album that Grande says she is writing for in a more hands-on way than previous releases.
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