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Pop singer Ariana Grande stunned once again with a sensual live performance video of her hit song “POV.”
Released by Vevo, this will be the first of several live video performances from Grande’s latest album, “Positions.” The intimate performance showcases the track’s more ballad-like sound with Grande, 27, singing from a dreamy flower-filled stage.
“We are so excited to release these exclusive video performances to Ariana’s fans,” Vevo’s JP Evangelista said. “We’ve loved Ariana’s music for years, and it’s been such a privilege to watch her artistry grow and evolve. An immensely creative and collaborative artist is key to these visually stunning performances and Ariana embodies that — her efforts translated beautifully on-screen. We look forward to seeing her continue to blossom and hope everyone enjoys watching these.”
Vevo described the performance as “rooted in the concept of duality, with the superstar serenading viewers under a single spotlight and purple tint while walking through a field of flowers.”
The vocal powerhouse has paired up with Vevo for several prior releases. In 2018, Grande made history with the iconic “Thank U, Next” — one of the fastest Vevo music videos to reach 100 million views on YouTube in under 24 hours.
Grande recently appeared on “The Late Late Show,” singing alongside host James Corden to celebrate the end of COVID-19 restrictions.
In May, the singer revealed that she had a secret, “intimate” wedding at home. She married real estate agent Dalton Gomez in front of about 20 people at her Montecito, California, residence.
Released in October, “Positions” is Grande’s sixth studio album and the third consecutive album she’s put out in the past three years.
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