Ariana Grande shared a sneak peek of the "Charlie's Angels" movie's soundtrack Tuesday on social media. The "Into You" songstress co-executive produced the upcoming album that carries a total of 11 tracks.

The album features Ariana's collaborations with other singers like Nicki Minaj and Normani on "Bad to You," Lana del Rey and Miley Cyrus on "Don't Call Me Angel," and Chaka Khan on "Nobody." Danielle Bradbery and Anitta, who sang "Blackout" and "Pantera" respectively, are also part of the female-dominated record, alongside Stefflon Don, Kim Petras, Alma, and Kash Doll, among others.

After generously sharing snippets of the album, Ariana Grande revealed her favorite part of crafting the album from scratch. "Just storytelling in a new way! It's not my pov or personal album so it's been cool putting together music that fits the energy of something that isn't mine. ... So grateful," the "Victorious" star told a fan on Twitter.

The "Charlie's Angels" album is scheduled for release on Friday, Nov. 1. The movie, which stars Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska, will hit theaters on Nov. 15. It is directed by "Pitch Perfect" star Elizabeth Banks and co-produced by Elizabeth Cantillon.

Meanwhile, Ariana Grande’s success as an artist comes with rumors. Since she rose to fame, Grande has dealt with various rumors, the most common theme of which is that she’s in a rift with another artist.

Considering her sold-out concerts and hit singles, there is no doubt that Grande is one of the most successful artists of her generation. However, the last few years have proven how fame can be a two-edged sword for the female pop singer. As Grande continues to climb up the ladder, haters continue to make up stories about her just so they can pull her down. Here are some of them:

Grande vs Kaitlynn Carter

Back in September, a tabloid falsely claimed that Grande stoked Carter’s jealousy after collaborating with Miley Cyrus. Cyrus was Carter’s girlfriend at the time, and Grande’s collaboration with her allegedly did not sit well with Carter.

Grande vs Kristin Chenoweth

Last year, another tabloid claimed that Chenoweth was furious after Grande upstaged her while they were filming for the 15th anniversary special of “Wicked.” According to the report, the producers of the show did not expect Grande to show up on that day because she had just broken up with Pete Davidson. That is why, when Grande arrived, everyone was so shocked and made the event all about Grande. Chenoweth, reportedly, fell to the wayside, and she hated Grande for it.

Grande vs Taylor Swift

Last April, a tabloid claimed that Grande was in a rift with Swift because of deep jealousy. The tabloid reported that Swift hated the fact that Grande was already outshining her in the music industry.

At the time, Swift was reportedly on a career hiatus because she wanted to spend more time with her boyfriend, Joe Alwyn. However, the singer, allegedly, decided to strike back after noticing Grande’s series of successes. She reportedly realized that Grande might dethrone her as the top female pop star if she continues to lay low, just as how Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato’s stars dimmed following their respective career breaks.

Grande’s rumored feud with all the three artists is not true. Shortly after the reports came out, Gossip Cop reached out to sources close to both parties involved and the publication was able to prove that all the stories were baseless. In fact, Ariana Grande has been close friends with Carter, Chenoweth, and Swift for quite some time now, and there is no amount of jealousy that will get in the way of their friendships.

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