Did you spot the subliminal message in Ariana Grande's album?
In the star's song 'Breathin'
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MUSIC Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande's latest album 'Sweetener' has found overwhelming success among audiences. With the catchy pop tracks having a firm hold on radio stations everywhere, it didn't take fans long to analyze every beat and lyric in the album.
Now, a shocking revelation has been making its rounds on social media—Grande's album has a hidden subliminal message. During one point of her song 'Breathin,' there is a recording of her grandfather giving Grande some sweet words of wisdom, though it is only decipherable if you play the son in reverse.
One Twitter user shared the audio evidence, writing, "if you reverse the intro of breathin’ you can hear grandpa grande saying “tonight is your special night, do something magical.” Listen below!
this is actually... crazy. what if this is grandpa grande? a thought, but very possible. i’m sobbing. pic.twitter.com/D4HMioSHj6— wes (@arigotclout) September 4, 2018
Adorable, right? In other 'Sweetener' related news, Grande says "yuh" a staggering 80 times throughout the album.
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