After weeks of teases, Ariana Grande's live album documenting her just-wrapped world tour arrived on Sunday night.
The album, called "k bye for now (swt live)," features all of Grande's hit songs, from "thank u next" and "7 Rings" to "Dangerous Woman," "Side to Side," "Break Free" and "Right There."
There's even a brief version of the Cole Porter standard, "My Heart Belongs to Daddy."
Grande dropped the album after she performed the trek's final show in Los Angeles. She tweeted, "a little something to thank u for everything and to make saying goodbye to this chapter a lil easier love u."
a little something to thank u for everything and to make saying goodbye to this chapter a lil easier— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 23, 2019
Ariana also said that it was "time for a little break." She's not kidding: in two years, she released two studio albums, the live album, the soundtrack of Charlie's Angels and a new perfume, not to mention performing 100 shows.
Her brother, Frankie Grande, tweeted congratulations.
i am so proud of u ariana for the most beautiful piece of work u have ever gifted the planet...so far. 😊 the #sweetenertour was a masterpiece. thank u for sharing so much of urself with the 🌎 . i love u with all of my ❤️. congratulations. you. did. that. https://t.co/AYZNqavlFO pic.twitter.com/kcdDjRKNPR— Frankie James Grande (@FrankieJGrande) December 23, 2019