Led by “7 Rings,” every of the songs from the 12-track album make the highest 24.
Ariana Grande didn’t simply launch everything of her new album Thank U, Next onto Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart dated Feb. 23; every of the songs are within the rating’s prime half.
Led by pre-album-release single “7 Rings,” the 12-song Thank U, Next storms Streaming Songs, snagging the chart’s prime three spots, 5 of the highest 10 and securing its whole monitor listing throughout the prime 24 of the 50-position chart.
It’s the primary time everything of a Grande album makes Streaming Songs. Previous album Sweetener noticed seven of its 15 songs on the listing, paced by the No. 5 debut and peak of lead single “No Tears Left to Cry” (May eight, 2018).
But Grande’s star has risen since Sweetener, coupled with the brand new LP’s early-in-the-year launch, when fewer full-lengths are being put into the market simply but. Plus, as beforehand reported, the album has the largest streaming week for a pop album in historical past, with 228,000 of its 360,000 whole items coming streams, translating to 307 million on-demand audio streams in its debut week, in accordance with Nielsen Music.
The Feb. 23-dated Streaming Songs chart marks the primary occasion by which Grande earns every of the highest three spots on the listing, in addition to her first time with the highest two. She’s additionally the maiden lady and pop artist to perform the feat; beforehand, Drake earned the highest three on the July 14, 2018-dated tally, whereas Lil Wayne adopted on the Oct. 13, 2018, listing. (Wayne, in all, held the highest 5 and 6 of the highest 10 on that tally, whereas Drake scored the highest eight and 9 of the highest 10).
Grande having 5 songs within the chart’s prime 10 additionally makes her the one pop artist to take action within the chart’s historical past and the second lady, following Cardi B on the Jan. 20 and Jan. 27, 2018, tallies.
The full rundown:
No. 1, “7 Rings” (63.5 million streams)
No. 2, “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” (59.2 million)
No. three, “Thank U, Next” (36.eight million)
No. eight, “Needy” (28.6 million)
No. 9, “NASA” (27.5 million)
No. 15, “Bloodline” (24 million)
No. 16, “Fake Smile” (22.6 million)
No. 17, “Bad Idea” (22.6 million)
No. 18, “Ghostin” (22.three million)
No. 19, “Imagine” (21.6 million)
No. 22, “In My Head” (19 million)
No. 24, “Make Up” (17 million)
When factoring in on-demand audio streams just for the On-Demand Streaming Songs chart dated Feb. 23, Grande holds the highest six spots and 9 of the highest 10. Only Drake (10, July 14, 2018), Post Malone (9, May 12, 2018) and Kendrick Lamar (9, May 6, 2017) have beforehand achieved the latter feat.
Her streaming begin helps Grande to interrupt the file for probably the most concurrently prime 40 Billboard Hot 100 appearances by a girl.