The world had better get ready, because Ariana Grande is a Dangerous Woman. On Monday night (Feb. 22), the "Focus" singer seemingly revealed the new name of her third studio album.
Grande revealed the new album title on her Snapchat and the news was spread quickly by fans who saved the snaps, Complex reports. The title was revealed in a series of photos - the first features a white board with Dangerous Woman written in large letters with a tracklist beneath it. ("Moonlight" is the first song on the album.) The second picture features Grande wearing a white T-shirt with the album's name on it.
Ariana Grande has announced that the title of her third studio album is 'Dangerous Woman' - and it's trending! pic.twitter.com/JiyV3F3Cme
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) February 22, 2016
Grande also seemingly teased some lyrics to the song on her Twitter.
don't need permission made my decision to test my limits — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) February 22, 2016
Dangerous Woman is not the first title for Grande's new album. The LP was originally called Moonlight, though a few months ago, she started to have a change of heart about the My Everything follow-up.
"A really long time ago, I was convinced it was going to be called Moonlight, because it was one of my favorite songs that we did for the album. And now, as we're wrapping things up, I've been writing and singing and we're at the final stretch... and there's this other song that has kind of thrown me for a whirlwind and I love it so much and it's changing everything," Grande said on Jimmy Kimmel Live last month.
Further details about Dangerous Woman, including a release date, full tracklist or album artwork have yet to be revealed. Grande released the album's lead single "Focus" in October.