Ariana Grande Surprise Drops Her First Live Album ‘k bye for now’

Following the final show of her latest world tour in Inglewood, CA, Ariana Grande dropped her first live album, k bye for now, which features performances from the Sweetener tour.

 The set appeared as Grande finished her Sweetener World Tour, after which she made an emotional speech to those in attendance, thanking them for their support through a difficult few years.

k bye for now (swt live) features 32 tracks, and it follows the setlist for the Sweetener World Tour almost perfectly, with a few added tunes to mix things up. Despite being known as one of the more powerful and gifted vocalists in the top 40 pop world at the moment, Grande has never released a full live album, until now.

The track list includes 29 songs from Grande’s tour, as well as guests like Nicki Minaj, Big Sean, and Childish Gambino. The album also features tributes to Imogen Heap and India.

Grande has been teasing the project for a while, but she remained mum on when it would arrive…though recently she did stoke the fire once more, claiming it was coming “soon.”

k bye for now, also known as swt live, is available on music streaming platforms here.

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