Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.
The artist’s initial studio album was launched on August 30, 2013.
Ariana Grande is observing the 10th anniversary of the debut of her album “Yours Truly.”
The 30-year-old singer took to Instagram on Saturday to share her plans for commemorating a decade since the release of her first-ever LP. She revealed that a week-long series of surprises is in store.
Starting on August 25, Grande’s celebrations will kick off with the deluxe digital re-release of “Yours Truly,” which will include newly recorded live renditions of two tracks from the album: “Honeymoon Avenue” and “Daydreamin’.”
On August 26, the first part of a Q&A session and a merchandise collection will be unveiled, followed by a live performance of “Baby I” on the next day. Pre-orders for the vinyl version, in addition to the second part of the Q&A, will be available on August 28. Then, on the following day, Grande will treat fans to two more live performances of “Tattooed Heart” and “Right There.”
The festivities will culminate on August 30, the official 10th-anniversary release date of “Yours Truly.” Grande will deliver a live performance of “The Way” and “some behind-the-scenes content we unearthed,” as stated by the star of “Wicked.”
Ariana Grande’s first studio album was launched on August 30, 2013, under the Republic Records label, following an extensive recording phase spanning almost three years.
“Yours Truly” features partnerships with artists such as Big Sean, Mika, Mac Miller, and Nathan Sykes from The Wanted. Notably, the album made its debut at the number one position on the Billboard 200 chart during that period.
Through a post shared on her Instagram Story, Grande clarified that the enhanced digital edition of “Yours Truly” will encompass “the Live from London” renditions of the songs they presented.
“I’m eagerly anticipating your experience of them. This undertaking held profound significance for me, and it was a therapeutic endeavor,” remarked the vocalist. Notably, Grande has subsequently released albums including “My Everything,” “Dangerous Woman,” “Sweetener,” “Thank U, Next,” and “Positions.”