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My Everything
Ariana Grande My Everything 2014 album artwork.png
Studio album by Ariana Grande
Released August 25, 2014 (2014-08-25)
Recorded October 2013 – May 2014
Studio
Genre
Length 40:31
Label Republic
Producer
Ariana Grande chronology
Christmas Kisses
(2013)Christmas Kisses2013
My Everything
(2014)
The Remix
(2015)The Remix2015
Singles from My Everything
  1. "Problem"
    Released: April 28, 2014
  2. "Break Free"
    Released: July 2, 2014
  3. "Bang Bang"
    Released: July 28, 2014
  4. "Love Me Harder"
    Released: September 30, 2014
  5. "One Last Time"
    Released: February 10, 2015

My Everything is the second studio album by American singer Ariana Grande, released on August 25, 2014 by Republic Records. Grande wanted My Everything to sound as "an evolution" from her debut album, Yours Truly (2013); it explores more mature themes and genres. In the album's production, Ariana worked with a host of producers – including Max Martin, Shellback, Benny Blanco, Ryan Tedder, Darkchild, Ilya Salmanzadeh, Zedd, and David Guetta. Upon its release, the album debuted atop the Billboard 200, selling 169,000 copies in its first week. It debuted at number one in Australia and Canada as well, and peaked in the top ten of twenty countries worldwide. As of March 2016, the album has sold 692,000 copies in the United States.[1]

My Everything was preceded by the lead single "Problem", which features Australian rapper Iggy Azalea. After its release on April 28, 2014, the single debuted at number three the week of May 17, selling over 400,000 copies in its first week and eventually peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. "Break Free", featuring German-Russian musician and producer Zedd, was released as the second single on July 2, and peaked at the fourth position on the Hot 100. The fourth single, "Love Me Harder", featuring The Weeknd, was released on September 30, 2014 and peaked at number seven. At the 57th Annual Grammy Awards in 2015, My Everything was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album.[2]

Background and recording

"It's an album that I want to do a little bit different. I don't want it to sound like an extension of Yours Truly. I want it to sound like an evolution. I want to explore more sounds and experiment a little bit. I have a bunch of ideas I'm very excited about and a lot of stuff cooking."

 — Grande, on the album.[3]

Grande's debut studio album Yours Truly was released on September 3, 2013, and was met with critical acclaim. Later that month, in an interview with Rolling Stone, Grande stated that she had begun writing and working on her second studio album and had already completed two songs.[3] Recording sessions began in October 2013 with Grande working with previous producers from her debut album Harmony Samuels and Tommy Brown.[4][5] Grande was initially aiming at releasing the album around February 2014.[6] In January 2014, Grande confirmed she had been working with new producers Ryan Tedder, Savan Kotecha, Benny Blanco, Key Wane and Max Martin.[7][8][9] Grande stated in late February that she wanted to name her album after a song she had finished that weekend that is very honest and makes her cry.[10][11]

It was announced on March 3, 2014 that Grande would be featured on the fifth single from Chris Brown's album X titled "Don't Be Gone Too Long".[12] The single was originally set for release on March 25, 2014. However, it was postponed due to Brown being sent to jail awaiting trial on assault charges.[13] Grande had announced the song's delay on March 17, 2014 via Twitter stating "My loves… so obviously some things have changed recently... So we have to delay the dbgtl countdown, some things are out of our control".[13] That same night she held a live stream to make up for the single's delay, where she previewed four new songs from her second album.[14][15] Two days following the announcement, Grande revealed that due to the song's delay, she would be releasing the first single from her upcoming sophomore studio album instead.[16][17] She finished working on the album in late May 2014.[18] On June 28, Grande confirmed the title of the album to be My Everything and the release date to be August 25, 2014.[19] The photos for the packaging in the album were taken on May 27, 2014.[20] Grande stated that she chose the cover artwork because she felt that "each song is so strongly themed that I just wanted to have a very simple overall cover. So that within each song we could create more visual themes."[21]

Music and lyrics

My Everything is a pop-R&B album,[22] exploring the '90's retro-R&B sound also presents in Grande's debut album Yours Truly, as noted by Annie Zaleski from The A.V. Club who described the album as a "slick throwback to melodramatic ’80s and ’90s pop."[23] The album also combine several music genres including EDM tracks, several hip hop tunes and piano-driven ballads.[22][24] The album opens with the track "Intro", where Grande sings: "I'll give you all I have and nothing less, I promise", sounding as a message to her fans.[25] The second track is the lead single "Problem" an uptempo dance-pop song with influences of R&B music[26][27][28] that incorporates elements of jazz, contemporary '90s R&B, hip hop and funk[28][29] Rap-Up described the track as an "infectious horn-heavy jam" which features a "carefree" Grande "declaring her independence" which also includes "an empowering verse from Iggy Azalea and a whispering Big Sean on the hook."[30] "One Last Time" is a dance-pop and EDM-light song,[31][32] The album continues with "Why Try", co-written and co-produced by Ryan Tedder and Benny Blanco and features lyrics "Now we're screaming just to see who's louder".[22] Some critics noted similar composition with Beyoncé's song "XO" (2013; also produced by Tedder).[33] The following track is the EDM song "Break Free".[34]

The album’s first of three ballads "Best Mistake" features Big Sean. Billboard described it as "A moody ballad that grows stickier upon each listen, "Best Mistake" carries a tidy collection of impressive production details, the momentary string stabs among them".[22] Musically, it's a minimal hip-hop piano ballad lament that utilizes instrumentation from strings and a drum machine.[37] It's about a couple trying to "make up their minds about the future of their relationship, with deep affection buried underneath their problems."[37][38][39][40] "Be My Baby" features Cashmere Cat is a "bouncy R&B jam"[41] the song received comparison with Mariah Carey's songs.[42] The eighth track, titled "Break Your Heart Right Back", featuring Childish Gambino, is about her boyfriend cheating on her with a man and contains lyrics "I know you’re mad 'cause I found out / Want you to feel what I feel right now". The song has an interpolation of Diana Ross' "I'm Coming Out."[41][42] "Love Me Harder", featuring The Weeknd, is a mid-tempo synthpop and R&B song,[43][44][45] which starts small and mellow, before having "a 'throbbing', electro-heavy chorus",[46] with a guitar riff,[47] while "big vacuum-esque synths zip" can be heard throughout the track.[48] Rob Copsey wrote for The Official Charts Company that the song reminded him of Drake at his most emotional, citing "Find Your Love" (2010) and "Hold On, We're Going Home" (2013) as examples.[46] Lyrically, the song has Grande demanding for romantic satisfaction,[47] filled with double entendres about BDSM.[45] The track "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart" is the album's second ballad, co-written by Harry Styles.[49][22]

The eleventh track "Hands on Me", featuring A$AP Ferg, was compared with Rihanna's song "Cockiness (Love It)" (2012) and "Fancy" (2014) by Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX.[49][50] Jason Lipshutz from Billboard described "Hands on Me" "an out-of-left-field banger that removes Grande from her teenybopper phase and finds the 21-year-old discovering her inner Rihanna with lines."[22] The title track "My Everything" concludes the standard edition of the album on a somber note, calls back to the album's intro and finds Grande struggling to regain the solid footing she once had with her partner.[37] The first bonus track on deluxe edition, "Bang Bang" featuring English singer Jessie J and Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj,[51] is an up-tempo, "soulful" song that features a "clap-heavy" production built over "big bouncy beats and horn blasts".[52][53] "Only 1″ was described by Billboard as "short, snappy and sumptuous, "Only 1" is a light confection that succeeds due to its busy, intricate percussion".[22] The deluxe edition of My Everything concludes with the track "You Don't Know Me".

Release and promotion

Grande performing during The Honeymoon Tour at JIExpo in Jakarta.

On June 28, 2014, Grande announced that her album would be available for pre-order through her website. Those who pre-ordered the album would get exclusive access to Grande's concert stream that will be held on August 24 where she will perform songs from her album live for the first time.[54] Grande embarked on her first world tour titled The Honeymoon Tour in support of the album which began in February 2015.[55]

In the weeks preceding the release of My Everything, several previews of songs from the album were released. On July 7, 2014 Grande posted a teaser of "Best Mistake" onto her Instagram page. The song features rapper Big Sean.[56][57] On July 27, 2014, a preview of "Be My Baby" was filmed at a concert of featured artist, Cashmere Cat, and uploaded to YouTube, by a fan. Grande retweeted a link to the video on her Twitter profile.[58][59] She then retweeted a second snippet on August 4.[60][61] Twenty days before the album's release, Grande released a preview of "Love Me Harder", which features Canadian recording artist The Weeknd, onto her Instagram profile.[62] On August 20, four songs from the album, "Why Try", "Be My Baby", "Love Me Harder", and "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart", were released courtesy of MTV.[63]

On August 24, Grande opened the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards with "Break Free" and then later appeared to perform "Bang Bang" with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj. Following her performance on the show, My Everything was released worldwide on August 25, 2014. During the week of its release, commercials aired on television to promote My Everything as well as the Beats Pill.[64] On August 29, Grande performed "Problem", "Break Free", "Bang Bang", and "Break Your Heart Right Back" on The Today Show. In addition to performing, Grande was also interviewed, forecasted to weather and brought her grandmother for an interview of her own.[65] On September 5, Grande performed the title track from My Everything during the Stand Up to Cancer television program in dedication to her grandfather, who had died from cancer earlier that year.[66]

Singles

Grande premiered her first single "Problem", which features Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, at the 2014 Radio Disney Music Awards and released it for digital download later that night on April 28, 2014. The song debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and sold 438,000 units in its first week making it the fifth largest debut by a woman in history.[67] As of June 2015, "Problem" has been certified sextuple platinum by the RIAA and has peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100.[68][69]

The second single, "Break Free", features electronic music producer Zedd and was released on July 2, 2014. The song debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 with 161,000 downloads sold in its first week and has since rose to a peaking position of No. 4.[70][71] It also reached number 1 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart.[72] As of April 2015, "Break Free" has been certified triple platinum by the RIAA.[69]

"Bang Bang" by Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj, was first sent to hot adult contemporary radios on July 28, 2014, through Republic Records,[73] the label that houses all three artists, being released as a digital download on July 29, 2014, through Lava and Republic, and serves as a joint single.[74][75][76][77] It serves as the lead single from Jessie J's album Sweet Talker, and the third single from "My Everything".[78] As of August 2015, "Bang Bang" has been certified quintuple platinum by the RIAA.[69]

The fourth single, "Love Me Harder", which features Canadian PBR&B artist The Weeknd, was released to rhythmic crossover radio on September 30, 2014. It peaked at No. 7 on the Hot 100.[79] As of January 2016, "Love Me Harder" has been certified triple platinum by the RIAA.[69]

"One Last Time" was released to rhythmic crossover and contemporary hit radio stations on February 10, 2015, as the fifth and final single.[80][81][82] It debuted at number 80 on the Hot 100 and peaked at number 13.[82] As of May 2015, "One Last Time" has been certified platinum by the RIAA.[69]

Promotional singles

"Best Mistake" featuring Big Sean was released on August 12, 2014 as a promotional single to those who preorder the album.[83][84] Shortly after its release, "Best Mistake" reached No. 1 on the Billboard Twitter Real-Time and the iTunes singles chart.[85] It sold 104,000 units in its first week landing at No. 6 on the Digital Songs chart.[86][87] It also peaked at No. 49 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
AnyDecentMusic? 6.3/10[88]
Metacritic 64/100[89]
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[90]
The A.V. Club C+[23]
Billboard 81/100[91]
Entertainment Weekly B–[92]
The Guardian 3/5 stars[93]
Los Angeles Times 3/4 stars[94]
The Observer 2/5 stars[95]
Pitchfork Media 7.7/10[96]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[97]
Slant Magazine 2.5/5 stars[98]

On Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to ratings and reviews from mainstream critics, My Everything received an average of 64, based on 19 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[89] Rob Sheffield, writing for Rolling Stone, says, "My Everything proves, she's already a major force" on a release showing how Grande is growing up because "It's a confident, intelligent, brazen pop statement, mixing bubblegum diva vocals with EDM break-beats."[97] Adam Markovitz says for Entertainment Weekly how "Grande has picked a set of songs so lyrically bland, sonically inoffensive, and artistically empty that they produce a zero-impact experience—musical vanilla fro-yo poured directly into your ears."[92] Markovitz states, "It's by no means painful; there are even moments of fun, including the thigh-high-boot swagger of summer smashes 'Problem' and 'Bang Bang,' both of which borrow their strut from coheadliners Iggy Azalea and Jessie J with Nicki Minaj, respectively."[92] Mikael Wood, writing on behalf of the Los Angeles Times, finds Grande in impressive form because she is "deeply cheerful yet with guns blazing, an innocent newcomer no more."[94]

Elysa Gardner, on behalf of USA Today, writes that Grande "digs into ballads and more emotionally earnest fare" simultaneously, doing so with a "girlish playfulness... and a sense of growing confidence", and she is "Blending sugar and spice" together to create a pleasing concoction to satisfy the varying palates of her supporters."[99] Stephen Thomas Erlewine says for AllMusic that "Grande doesn't embody the songs the way an old-fashioned diva would, but she functions as a likeable pop ringleader, stepping aside when the track calls for it and then unleashing a full-throated wail when it's her time to shine."[90] Jason Lipshutz from Billboard writes that the album "turned Grande into a dance artist, pop artist, and soul artist" with a more uniformed and more mature sound.[91] Gary Graff says on behalf of The Oakland Press that it is "a solid step forward for Grande, which makes 'there's more to see' an intriguing promise rather than a threat."[100] In a 7.7 out of ten review for Pitchfork, Meaghan Garvey explains how it "feels like Grande's arrival as a true pop fixture, not just a charming novelty... and while the best songs here may not be timeless, they certainly feel right for right now."[96]

In a more mixed review, Jim Farber from the New York Daily News writes that Grande's "sexed-up" vocals and range are shown off but the "constant jerking back and forth between styles interrupts any sense of flow."[101] Caroline Sullivan from The Guardian praises Grande's vocals but feels that the songs are indistinct and have a "facelessness" to them.[93] Annie Zaleski writes for The A.V. Club how it "is so well-constructed and designed to succeed, it rarely loosens up enough to let any depth of character (or real surprises) surface", yet it "further establishes Grande as a consummate performer and vocal interpreter."[23] Kitty Empire from The Observer notes that Grande's vocal ability is showcased but that the songs lack personality.[95] Evan Sawdey, writing for PopMatters, comments that Grande is mimicking other artists, leaving her distinguished voice with only the support of hollow lyricism.[102] In agreement, Will Robinson rates the album a 2.5 out of five for Sputnikmusic, telling how it "ends up ringing hollow."[103] Adelle Platon writing for Vibe magazine, and she is positive towards the album's sound and compares Grande's vocals to those of Mariah Carey and Christina Aguilera.[104] Andrew Chan writing on behalf of Slant Magazine how "she emphasizes the sheer fun of singing over any sense of emotional urgency", yet "What her voice lacks in depth, texture, and variety will probably take time to acquire."[98]

The album was placed at number eleven on Digital Spy's Best Albums of 2014 list.[105] Jessica Goodman and Ryan Kistobak of The Huffington Post included the album on their list of 2014's best releases, complimenting that the album makes sure "Grande's sheer talent did not go unnoticed".[106]

Accolades

Year Award Category Result Ref.
2015 People's Choice Awards Favorite Album Nominated [107]
2015 Grammy Awards Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated [108]

Commercial performance

On August 27, Billboard reported that My Everything would sell over 160,000 copies in its first week.[109] My Everything officially debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and sold 169,000 copies in its first week.[110] By doing so, Grande attained her second consecutive number-one album in the country, becoming the first female artist to have her first two albums debut at number one since Scottish singer Susan Boyle did it with I Dreamed a Dream (2009) and The Gift (2010).[110] The album has sold 692,000 copies in the United States as of March 2016.[1] In March 2016, the RIAA certified the album double platinum, for combined album sales, on-demand audio, video streams, track sales equivalent of two million album-equivalent units. In Japan, My Everything remained atop the iTunes Store chart for nine weeks, thus earning Grande the longest at number one in 2014, breaking the previous record held by Frozen: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.[111]

Track listing

My Everything – Standard edition[112]
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Intro" Brown 1:20
2. "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) 3:13
3. "One Last Time"
3:17
4. "Why Try"
3:31
5. "Break Free" (featuring Zedd)
  • Zedd
  • Martin
3:35
6. "Best Mistake" (featuring Big Sean)
3:53
7. "Be My Baby" (featuring Cashmere Cat)
  • Benny Blanco
  • Cashmere Cat
  • Lido
3:36
8. "Break Your Heart Right Back" (featuring Childish Gambino) Pop & Oak 4:13
9. "Love Me Harder" (with The Weeknd)
  • Payami
  • Svensson
  • P. Carlsson[a]
3:56
10. "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart"
  • J. Carlsson
  • P. Carlsson[a]
3:51
11. "Hands on Me" (featuring A$AP Ferg)
3:13
12. "My Everything"
  • Brown
  • McCants[a]
2:48
Total length: 40:31

Notes

  • ^[a] denotes a vocal producer
  • ^[b] denotes a co-producer
  • ^[c] denotes a remixer

Sample credits

Personnel

Adapted from album liner notes.[124]

Technical

  • Ariana Grandeexecutive producer
  • Victoria McCants – vocal producer
  • Tommy Brownproducer, programmer, engineer
  • Serban Ghenea – mixing
  • John Hanes – mixing engineer
  • Tom Coyne – mastering
  • Aya Merrill – mastering
  • Ilya – producer, vocal producer, guitar, bass, keys, programmer
  • Max Martin – producer, vocal producer, keys, programmer
  • Savan Kotecha – producer, vocal producer
  • Shellback – producer, keys, programmer
  • Peter Carlsson – vocal producer, engineer, vocal engineer
  • Sam Holland – engineer
  • Leon Silva – saxophone
  • Rami Yacoub – producer, vocal producer, programmer
  • Carl Falk – producer, programmer, guitar
  • Eric Weaver – engineer
  • Benjamin Levin – producer, programmer, instrumentation
  • Ryan Tedder – producer, programmer, instrumentation
  • Noel Zancanella – producer, programmer, instrumentation
  • Chris Sclafani – engineer
  • Matthew Tryba – engineer
  • Bradford H. Smith – assistant engineer
  • Phil Seaford – assistant mixing engineer
  • Andrew Luftman – production coordinator
  • Seif Hussain – production coordinator
  • Anton Zaslavski – producer, mixing, programmer, instrumentation
  • Ryan Shanahan – engineer
  • Jesse Taub – engineer
  • Cory Brice – engineer
  • Dwane Weir – producer
  • Sauce – vocal producer
  • Magnus August Hoiberg – producer, programmer, instrumentation
  • Peder Losnegard – producer, programmer, instrumentation
  • Andrew Wansel – producer
  • Warren Felder – producer
  • Kevin Guardado – assistant producer
  • Peter Svenssin – producer
  • Ali Payami – producer, programmer, bass, drums, keyboard, percussion
  • Jason Quenneville – engineer
  • Niklas Ljungfelt – guitar
  • Peter Zimney – saxophone
  • Johan Carlsson – producer, vocal producer, programmer, instrumentation
  • Mattias Bylund – strings
  • Rodney Jerkins – producer, instrumentation
  • Paul Dawson – producer, instrumentation
  • Matt Champlin – recorder
  • Kim Lumpkin – production coordinator
  • Rickard Goransson – producer, programmer, percussion
  • Jonas Thander – horns
  • Travis Sayles – producer, instrumentation
  • Harmony Samuels – producer, instrumentation
  • Carmen Reece – vocal arranger
  • Jose Cardoza – engineer, recorder
  • Jo Blaq – vocal producer

Charts

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Australia (ARIA)[178] Gold 35,000^
Austria (IFPI Austria)[179] Platinum 15,000*
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[180] Gold 50,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[181] Platinum 80,000^
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[182] Gold 10,000^
Italy (FIMI)[183] Gold 25,000*
Japan (RIAJ)[184] Platinum 181,000[185]
Mexico (AMPROFON)[186] 3× Platinum 180,000^
Poland (ZPAV)[187] Platinum 20,000*
South Korea 1,541[188] [189]
Sweden (GLF)[190] Platinum 40,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[191] Gold 219,564[192]
United States (RIAA)[193] 2× Platinum 692,000[1]

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history

Region Date Edition Format Label Ref.
Germany August 22, 2014 Standard Digital download Island [194]
Ireland [194]
United Kingdom [194]
Various August 25, 2014
  • Standard
  • Deluxe
  • CD
  • digital download
Universal Music [195][196][197]
Philippines August 30, 2014 Deluxe CD [198]
United States April 21, 2015 Standard LP Republic [199]

See also

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