Here are 13 different issues to know concerning the charts this week:
1. On the newest Chart Beat Podcast, co-hosts Gary Trust and Trevor Anderson focus on Grande's new No. 1 and welcome Chart Beat founder Paul Grein and Billboard.com senior editor Andrew Unterberger for a Grammy Awards roundtable. Click here to listen.
three. As "7 Rings" interpolates the basic "My Favorite Things," from The Sound of Music, we glance again at Rodgers and Hammerstein's songwriting credit over many years on the Hot 100, from Grande's new hit to "Do-Re-Mi,""Some Enchanted Evening" and extra. Click here for the story.
four. Logic's "Keanu Reeves" debuts on the Hot 100, becoming a member of different notable figures which have doubled as track titles on the chart, from Uma Thurman to Pete Davidson, Clint Eastwood and extra. Click here for the list.
5. Looking forward to subsequent week's Billboard 200...Backstreet's again, because the Backstreet Boys are slated to earn their first No. 1 album since 2000. Click here for the forecast.
6. On the Pop Shop Podcast, Zara Larsson chats with Keith Caulfield and Katie Atkinson about Larsson's present hit "Ruin My Life" and extra. Click here to listen.
7. Ava Max is Billboard's newest Chartbreaker. Tatiana Cirisano spoke with the up-and-coming artist about her breakout hit "Sweet But Psycho" and her follow-up plans. Click here for the story.
eight. Maggie Rogers' Heard It in a Past Life debuts at No. 1 on the Alternative Albums chart. Click here for details.
9. After hitting No. 1 on the Hot 100, Halsey's "Without Me" takes over atop the Pop Songs radio airplay chart. Click right here for the submit.
11. After being caught behind their personal single "Speechless," Dan + Shay's "Tequila" completes a file climb to No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart. Click here for the story.
12. New York frame of mind: Billy Joel's Madison Square Garden residency turns 5 years previous and with $130 million within the financial institution, it reveals no signal of stopping. Click here for the update.
13. For our new Billboard column, Forever No. 1, celebrating the legacies of artists upon their passing, we bear in mind James Ingram's two Hot 100 No. 1s: his 1983 chief with Patti Austin. "Baby Come to Me," and his 1990 No. 1 "I Don't Have the Heart." Click here and here for Ross Scarano and Andrew Unterberger's respective tributes.