Ariana Grande fans got extremely excited this week when they noticed a mysterious new album appear on several streaming services. However, the singer’s rep has now told ET Canada the release had nothing to do with the “One Last Time” hitmaker.
Grande may have only released Sweetener in August but fans suggested she could have dropped another LP under the name Zandhr.
A collection of songs called Nobody Does It Better popped up on sites, including Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play, with the bio reading: “Right now I’m in a state of mind, I wanna be in like all the time” in Grande’s signature upside-down-letter style.
The tracks, including one called “Cadillac” and another called “Champagne”, have since been taken down.
Grande’s rep then insisted the reports linking the LP to the singer were “incorrect,” confirming the album was “not an Ariana release.”
See some of the online reaction to the tracks below:
The latest Grande news comes after she unveiled her brand new song “Thank U, Next” last week following her split from Pete Davidson.
Grande, 25, and Davidson, 24, began dating in May. They quickly got matching tattoos and announced their engagement in June. However, in October, the couple called the engagement off and split up.