For years, Ariana Grande has used her love life as inspiration to write new music. Her bop "Thank U, Next" dropped shortly after her split from ex-fiancé Pete Davidson and also gave nods to all of her past relationships, and it seems she channeled the same feelings on her latest album, Positions. These lyrics about Pete Davidson on Ariana Grande’s Positions aren’t so subtle.
When Grande released the title track for Positions on Friday, Oct. 23, fans were quick to point out that some of the lyrics seemed to reflect her past with Davidson. The love song/women empowerment anthem starts with a subtle shoutout to her current flame Dalton Gomez while also seemingly taking aim at her failed romance with Davidson. "Heaven sent you to me," Grande sings. "I’m just hopin’ I don’t repeat history."
Of course, it wouldn’t be the first time Grande used her love life as a muse for music. She has, after all, had more than one high-profile relationship. Grande’s past with Mac Miller, Ricky Alvarez, Big Sean, and Davidson all played out in the media.
Now that the entire Positions album hit airwaves on Friday, Oct. 30, there is so much for fans to dig through, like these lyrics about her time with Davidson that had everyone talking.
It didn’t take fans long to dissect the title of Grande’s Six Thirty track, which according to Urban Dictionary refers to a "crazy mo-fo in New York."
Check out all the nods to Davidson below.
Seeing as how the title refers to a New Yorker, which Davidson is, all signs pointed at the song being about him, and the lyrics told the rest of the story. Davidson has always been open about both his experience with mental health, and how when he falls in love, like he did with Ari, he falls fast and hard. These lyrics say it all:
"You know you be on some bullshit / Act so possessive and crazy / But I know that’s just ‘causе you love me / And you ain’t scared to show mе your ugly / And maybe that’s just how it’s supposed to be / I’m the release, you the dopamine."
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