Plus, strikes for The Chainsmokers, Kelsea Ballerini and Bag Raiders.
Ariana Grande earns her fifth No. 1 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated Jan. 12) with "Thank U, Next" (2-1). The former Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 was remixed by Joe Gauthreaux, Dirty Disco and Dirty Werk, amongst others.
Since Grande led Dance Club Songs on June 23 with "No Tears Left to Cry," she has logged probably the most No. 1s of all artists: 4. The solely different acts with a number of toppers in that span are Jonas Blue (three) and Sabrina Carpenter (two). Grande's different No. 1s in that interval have been "Breathin" (Dec. eight) and "God Is a Woman" (Oct. 13).
Grande first led the checklist as featured on Nathan Sykes' "Over and Over Again" in February 2016. Dating to her first charted title, "Baby I" (No. 18, November 2013), she has gathered 15 entries, together with eight high 10s. In addition to her 5 No. 1s, Grande made the highest 10 with "Right There" (that includes Big Sean; No. eight, February 2014), "Break Free" (that includes Zedd; No. three, October 2014) and "Into You" (No. eight, August 2016).
Turning to Dance/Mix Show Airplay, The Chainsmokers sail to their ninth high 10 with "This Feeling," that includes Kelsea Ballerini, who collects her first (16-7). The monitor returns to the highest 10 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (11-9), the place it reached a No. three excessive.
Speaking of Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs, Bag Raiders rating their first high 10 with "Shooting Stars" (12-10). The monitor drew 6.9 million U.S. streams (up 20 p.c) within the week ending Jan. three, in accordance with Nielsen Music. "Stars" snags its high 10 spot in its 26th week on the chart; because the checklist's April 2013 inception, solely 4 songs have taken longer to crack the highest 10: Skrillex's "Bangarang" (that includes Sirah; 131 weeks, 2015), Avicii's "Levels" (53 weeks, 2018) and LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem" (that includes Lauren Bennett & GoonRock; 50 weeks, 2014) and "Sexy and I Know It" (39 weeks, 2015).