The holidays just got a little bit sweeter for Ariana Grande devotees.
The pop titan dropped “k bye for now (swt live),” a live concert album, hours after her Sweetener World Tour concluded in Los Angeles.
The hits are all here, from recent chart-toppers like “7 Rings” and “God Is a Woman” to quintessential Grande gems “Dangerous Woman” and “Love Me Harder.” The 32-track album spans an average night on the Sweetener tour, with some rare guest spots from Nicki Minaj and Big Sean.
It’s a triumphant end to an often-grueling tour, which began in March 2019 and included shows in North America and Europe. The 26-year-old singer has been open about the challenges she’s faced while performing, issuing a letter to fans in July after videos emerged of the singer crying while singing.
“I feel everything very intensely and have committed to doing this tour during a time in my life when I’m still processing a lot … so sometimes I do cry!” she wrote.
But she made the dates up and did some good in the process. The Grammy nominee partnered with HeadCount on the tour to register young concertgoers to vote.