Ariana Grande dominates Billboard charts this week.
On the Billboard Hot 100, "7 Rings" guidelines for a fourth week, because the pop famous person lands an unprecedented triple within the high three spots. On the Billboard 200,Thank U, Next launches at No. 1 with a file whole for a pop album, whereas Grande turns into the primary act this yr to high these two tallies and the Billboard Artist 100 concurrently.
Here are 13 issues to know concerning the charts this week.
1. Grande claims the highest three positions on the Hot 100, turning into the primary soloist to attain the feat and solely the second total, after the Beatles in 1964. Click here for the story.
three. Grande is the primary act to rule the Hot 100, Billboard 200 and Artist 100 charts concurrently since Drake six months in the past. Click here for the post.
four. Oh, there's extra. On Streaming Songs, the total Thank U, Next album opens within the chart's high half. Click here for the recap.
5. On the Chart Beat Podcast, co-hosts Gary Trust and Trevor Anderson talk about, you guessed it, Ariana Grande, with "7 Rings" co-writer NJOMZA. Of the track's purchasing spree at Tiffany's (and celebratory drinks), she says, "it's a really story." Click here to listen.
6. The enjoyable gained't cease this week, as Thank U, Next is projected to carry at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 subsequent week. Click here for the projection.
7. Ok, different artists! Drake's 2009 album So Far Gone, beforehand out there commercially solely as an EP, is anticipated to debut within the Billboard 200's high 10. Click here for the story.
eight. On the Pop Shop Podcast, Keith Caulfield and Katie Atkinson chat with Dean Lewis about his hit "Be Alright" and promoting out tour dates. Click here to listen.
10. Fresh off her album of the yr Grammy Award win, Kacey Musgraves' Golden Hour shines atop the Top Country Albums chart. Click here for the story.
11. On the most recent Emerging Artists chart, FLETCHER debuts because of her breakout hit "Undrunk." Plus, Pinkfong swims to the highest 5, propelled by its international smash "Baby Shark." Click here for the story.
13. Billboard unveils a brand new flashback characteristic, Rewinding the Latin Charts. First up, Latin chart supervisor Pamela Bustios remembers when Paulina Rubio stormed to No. 1 in 2004. Click here for the story.