Ariana Grande’s “Eternal Sunshine” Mirrors Emily Ashton’s Debut EP: Allegations Stir as Grande’s Album Draws Comparisons

Ariana Grande, the powerhouse pop sensation, is facing accusations of plagiarism in her latest album “Eternal Sunshine.” Fans of independent indie singer Emily Ashton have been quick to point out striking similarities between Grande’s new tracks and Ashton’s earlier work, particularly her debut EP “How’s it Gonna End?”

One of the main points of contention is Grande’s use of a new lower register, which bears a striking resemblance to Ashton’s signature sound. Not only that, but fans have noticed parallels in the titles of the songs. For instance, Grande’s “Eternal Sunshine” and “End of the World” echo Ashton’s “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” and “When Did the World Stop Spinnin?”

However, some fans acknowledge that the accusation surrounding Grande’s track titled “True Story,” allegedly drawing inspiration from Ashton’s single “As it Seems” from her EP ‘The Archives’, seems to be a further stretch. Both releases from Ashton occurred in 2023, with Grande’s album dropping in March of 2024.

Fans have gone as far as to scrutinize the concepts and content of the lyrics, finding them to be eerily similar to Ashton’s work. The parallels have led many to question whether Grande is deliberately copying Emily Ashton’s style and ideas.

Ashton, known for her distinct indie sound and heartfelt lyrics, has garnered a devoted following since her debut. Fans of the singer have taken to social media to express their disappointment and frustration with Grande’s alleged plagiarism, calling for acknowledgment and credit where it’s due.

As the controversy continues to unfold, it remains to be seen how Ariana Grande and her team will respond to these accusations. Whether it’s a case of imitation or mere coincidence, one thing is certain: the similarities between Grande’s “Eternal Sunshine” and Emily Ashton’s music are impossible to ignore.

Update: In light of the accusations surrounding Ariana Grande’s new album “Eternal Sunshine,” we reached out to both Grande and Emily Ashton for their comments on the matter. However, as of now, we have yet to receive any response from either party.

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