There has been a seriously strong reaction to Ariana Grande's song 'Ghostin' off her new album
The song appears to reference her relationships with Mac Miller and Pete Davidson.
Ariana Grande dropped her album 'Thank U, Next' in the early hours of Friday morning, to the delight of her millions of fans around the world.
The album has been received positively as a whole, and already has a ludicrous amount of streams on Spotify.
And despite the fact that some of the singles on the project had already been released, and were huge successes, one song in particular is catching the attention of fans more than any other.
'Ghostin', which is definitely the most emotional and intimate song on the album, deals with Ariana's past relationships, in an incredibly detailed way.
As well as that, 'Ghostin' samples '2009', a song released by Mac Miller in 2018.
Miller passed away last year, and Ariana appears to mention how she dealt with her grief in this new song.
In the song, she says:
"I know that it breaks your heart when I cry again
Over him, mmh
I know that it breaks your heart when I cry again
'Stead of ghostin' him"
She goes on to say:
"He just comes to visit me
When I'm dreaming every now and then."
These lines led fans to believe that the song is about how her and Pete Davidson's relationship was affected by the death of her ex-boyfriend.
Fans took to Twitter to talk about how much they appreciate the song:
If you listen to Ghostin then 2009 don’t be afraid to cry
— Tyler john (@TylerBirmingham) February 8, 2019
— Lupita Chairez ☪️ (@luuupeterr) February 8, 2019
when i realized ghostin is about mac miller and has a similar instrumental to his song 2009 pic.twitter.com/BebL7pt6mE
— ً (@mistxxke) February 8, 2019
— ᴶᵃʲᵘᵃⁿ ᴷ|ᴶ (@StraySpidey) February 8, 2019
me realizing ghostin is about her crying over Mac Miller n laying next to Pete while he watches her in pain over his death omg Ariana I’m DEPR pic.twitter.com/OyWQVfgV6H
— 𝓑🕷 (@txkattt) February 8, 2019