ARIANA GRANDE HOT PHOTOS FROM FOCUS SONG VIDEO CLIPS

Ariana Grande Hot Photos From Focus Song Video Clips

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Ariana Grande Hot Photos From Focus Song Video Clips

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Focus is a song from Ariana Grande, released on October 30, 2015. It is lead single for her upcoming third studio album Moonlight. Focus song written by Savan Kotecha, Ilya, Peter Svensson, and Grande.

The song is built on stabbing big-band brass, slick synths and clanging percussion.  “Focus” features uncredited vocals from Jamie Foxx. The song’s structure has been heavily compared to Grande’s previous lead single, “Problem”, from her album My Everything.

Ariana Grande started revealing parts of the focus song’s lyrics, video and audio previews of the song, as well as pixelated versions of the single’s cover in early October through Instagram and Twitter.

Upon release, “Focus” received positive reviews from music critics. Kaitlyn Tiffany from The Verge commented positively saying, “As Ariana Grande is a massively talented vocalist, the song “Focus” itself is very pleasant to listen to”. Brennan Carley of Spin had a mixed to positive opinion, commenting that the song was a “catchy slow-burn”, describing it as a “horn heavy piece of retro-modern fusion”.

he also noted that Grande’s vocals “[lacked] any real excitement from a star who’s got the restraint and skill to take her instrument places most other pop singers can’t anymore”. He criticized the “male howling the faux-chorus” for “[getting] grating quickly” and for making “Focus” too similar to Grande’s previous lead single “Problem”. Time‍ ’​s Nolan Feeney also commented it for being similar to “Problem”, but noted that this might not be a bad thing, saying: “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it—no need for Grande to check her vision here”.

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