Ariana Grande Claims Nos. 1, 2 & Three on Billboard Hot 100, Is First Act to Achieve the Feat Since The Beatles in 1964

‘7 Rings’ reigns for a fourth week, ‘Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I am Bored’ debuts at No. 2 and ‘Thank U, Next’ rebounds to No. Three.

Ariana Grande turns into the primary artist to carry the Nos. 1, 2 and three spots on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart concurrently since The Beatles in 1964, as her new album Thank U, Next launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums tally.

Grande's "7 Rings" guidelines the Hot 100 (dated Feb. 23) for a fourth week, whereas "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" debuts at No. 2 and former seven-week chief "Thank U, Next" rebounds from No. 7 to No. Three. All three songs are from the Thank U, Next album, launched on Republic Records.

Grande is simply the second act within the Hot 100's 60-year historical past to monopolize the highest three in every week. The Beatles earned the respect for 5 weeks in March and April 1964, even claiming your complete prime 5 on the April Four, 1964-dated chart.

Let's run down the highest 10 the Hot 100, which blends all-genre U.S. streaming, radio airplay and digital gross sales knowledge. All charts will replace on Billboard.com tomorrow (Feb. 20).

"7 Rings" No. 1 once more: Grande's "7 Rings" spends a fourth week atop the Hot 100, encompassing its complete run on the chart. "Rings" leads the Streaming Songs chart for a fourth body, with 63.5 million U.S. streams, up 10 %, within the week ending Feb. 14, in keeping with Nielsen Music. On Radio Songs, "Rings" rises 10-9, up 23 % to 61.7 million viewers impressions within the week ending Feb. 17, good for the Hot 100's prime Airplay Gainer award for a 3rd week.

"Break Up" bows at No. 2: New Thank U, Next single "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" blasts onto the Hot 100 at No. 2 (marking Grande's 13th prime 10). It launches at No. 2 on each Streaming Songs (59.2 million) and Digital Song Sales (36,000 offered), whereas drawing 13.Four million airplay impressions.

"Next" up, at No. Three: Meanwhile, the Thank U, Next title monitor and lead single rebounds 7-Three on the Hot 100, after spending seven weeks at No. 1, starting with its Nov. 17 debut on the summit. It's powered most closely by its 36.Eight million U.S. streams, up 52 %, because it surges 14-5 on Streaming Songs and claims the Hot 100's prime Streaming Gainer nod.

Ariana meets The Beatles: Grande is simply the second act within the Hot 100's historical past to rank at Nos. 1, 2 and three concurrently and the primary in practically 55 years. The Beatles achieved the feat for 5 weeks in 1964, that March 14, 21 and 28 and April Four and 25; on April Four, 1964, the group claimed your complete prime 5.

"7 Rings," "Break Up" and "Next" mark the primary triple-up for an artist at Nos. 1, 2 and three on the Hot 100 since The Beatles held the identical spots on April 25, 1964, with "Can't Buy Me Love," "Twist and Shout" and "Do You Want to Know a Secret," respectively. (Thus, the final time the respect was earned, the No. 1 tune was about how "I don't care an excessive amount of for cash; cash can't purchase me love"; "7 Rings" finds Grande declaring "retail remedy my new dependancy.")

Between The Beatles' and Grande's tri-umphs, Drake got here closest to the feat, putting at Nos. 1, 2 and Four on the Hot 100 dated July 14, 2018, with "Nice for What," "Nonstop" and "God's Plan," respectively. The songs contributed to Drake's document seven simultaneous Hot 100 prime 10s, as his album Scorpion debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 the identical week.

Pop's resurgence: Meanwhile, Grande has been on the forefront a turnaround for pop songs' fortunes atop the Hot 100. On Sept. 22, 2018, Drake's "In My Feelings" spent its 10th and last week at No. 1, wrapping a document 34-week streak rap leaders (29 by Drake). Since then, pop songs have led for 20 22 weeks, due to Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," that includes Cardi B (seven weeks at No. 1); Grande's "Next" (seven); Halsey's "Without Me" (two); and Grande's "7 Rings" (4).

In that 22-week span, two rap titles every spent every week at No. 1: Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode" and Post Malone and Swae Lee's "Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)."

Women at No. 1 in 2019: Plus, ladies have now spent seven weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100 on charts dated 2019, beginning with the seventh and final week on prime on for Grande's "Next" on the chart dated Jan. 5 (adopted by two weeks in cost for "Without Me" and 4 for "7 Rings"). Thus, as late February, ladies in lead roles have nearly matched final 12 months's complete time atop the Hot 100, as ladies as credited leads tallied eight weeks at No. 1 in all 2018 (together with the primary six weeks on prime for "Next"; Camila Cabello and Cardi B additionally dominated for every week every as leads in 2018).

In 2017, ladies as lead acts spent six weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100, three every by Taylor Swift ("Look What You Made Me Do") and Cardi B ("Bodak Yellow Money Moves]"). The 2018 and 2017 sums pale compared to 2016, when lead ladies logged 16 weeks at No. 1, by Adele, Rihanna and Sia.

Rounding out the Hot 100's prime 5, Halsey's "Without Me" dips Three-Four and Post Malone and Swae Lee's "Sunflower" slides Four-5, because the latter monitor tops the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts for a seventh week every.

Marshmello and Bastille's "Happier" falls to No. 6 on the Hot 100 from its No. 2 excessive, every week after surging following Marshmello's groundbreaking set contained in the Fortnite online game Feb. 2. The collaboration leads Hot Dance/Electronic Songs for a 22nd week.

Scott's "Sicko Mode" slips 5-7 on the Hot 100 and Panic! on the Disco's "High Hopes" descends 6-Eight after reaching No. Four. The latter tune leads Hot Rock Songs for a 16th week and Radio Songs for a 13th body (110.Four million, down Four %).

Capping the Hot 100's prime 10, Post Malone's "Wow." retains at No. 9, after hitting No. Eight, and Benny Blanco, Halsey and Khalid's "Eastside" returns to the area (11-10), after reaching No. 9.

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