Ariana Grande Research Paper

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After all that had happened on stage during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards with Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande looked like a saint. She was looked at as the sweet baby-faced princess of “bubblegum pop” also referred to as “bubblegum rock”, which was marketed to appeal to preteens and teenagers. Many teens were hooked, especially the girls. Her first album released was considered innocent and even G-rated. She moved on to releasing her single “Problem”, which featured Iggy Azalea, an Australian rapper who’s first full length song included a song titled, Pu**y, referring to a woman’s genitals. Ariana Grande’s song peaked at two on the U.S. charts and also was certified as double platinum. This later was part of her new album, My Everything, released:…show more content…
They went through this difficulty when Ariana was only the age of 8 or 9. As mentioned before, Ariana has an older half-brother, Frankie Grande, who was also on television during the sixteenth season of Big Brother. Ariana is particularly close to her grandparents, and in recent news, many showed their support via social media when her grandfather “Grandpa Grande” passed away. Ariana Grande started her career at a young age. At the age of 13, Grande auditioned for a part in the Nickelodeon television series Victorious. The role of Cat was filled by Grande and the beginnings of a new show, Cat and Sam, were in motion. Unfortunately, the show, Cat and Sam, was not long lived. One can assume Ariana Grande is a Democrat, as we know she supported Obama and also since she sides with the same issues as the Democratic Party. She…show more content…
• What is this style of music? What genre does it fall under? • What feelings does the content of this music provoke? Would you be willing to listen and talk about these lyrics with your parents? • What is the background of the artist singing this song? What do they believe? • If God should be the center of everything, how is God in this song? Is there any room for God in this song? Or would he turn away from it? • What about this song could be changed to portray a positive message? Is there a positive message in the song at all? • What aspects of the song do not fall in line with the nature of God? • How could this song be used as a hook to tell others about Christ, those who don’t know him? Can it be used at all? • In all reality, who should listen to this song? Should this song be on our iPods or music players as entertainment? • How does music affect the overall awareness of the lyrics and motives of the song? • How can one stay alert and not easily taken by “good sounding music” due to the abundance of “feel-good” music vs anti-biblical

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