Ariana Grande's new album will be her ''most personal yet'' but won't feature songs about her ex-boyfriend Big Sean.

The 22-year-old singer split from the rapper, 27, in April after eight months of dating but has admitted her forthcoming collection 'Moonlight' won't include breakup anthems because she has moved on from the heartache.

Speaking to V magazine, she said: ''You know, people found out quite [about the split] a while after it actually happened. By the time I was writing the new album, I had kind of moved on. It's not going to be captured on the album too much. I'm in a happy place. There aren't any breakup anthems because I had moved on. I was like, alright. Well, f**k it.''

Since the split, the brunette beauty - who is releasing her upcoming single 'Focus' later this month - says she's felt ''more empowered, grown-up, and independent.''

She added: ''I think that's part of the reason I didn't want to make a p****d-off break-up song. I was not focused on that.

''Everything is nice and great right now...why would I write about some bulls**t? I'd rather write about some really lovely things that are going on.''