It's been a long while since we've heard new music from Ariana Grande, and rightfully so. Just under a year ago, a terrorist detonated a bomb at the end of Grande's show in Manchester, England, killing 22 concert-goers and injuring dozens more. Heartbroken and shaken up by the incident, the pop star finished out her tour and even curated a Manchester Memorial Concert to aid the families of those who had been killed and injured. But she has not released new music since 2016's Dangerous Woman. Next Friday, though, that's all going to change.

Grande took to Twitter on Tuesday (April 17) to hint that new music will be coming on April 20 in a series of tweets, including a tear drop emoji, "missed you," and the title of the new track, "No Tears Left To Cry," written upside down.

Naturally, the fan reactions were great. Ariantors took to Twitter to express their joy and excitement about new music.

The new single is just a taste of what's to come. As we wait for more details to come out about Grande's fourth studio album, we've pieced together the information already available and think it's safe to say the new music may be her best material yet.