The singer Ariane Grande sign a historic triple. This week, it occupies the first three positions of the Billboard charts (classification to record sales in the United States) with her songs: Thank U, Next, Break up with your Girlfriend and 7 Rings . With this tour de force, it equals a record held by the Beatles since 1964.
These three titles are from the album Thank U, Next , which shot to the top of the charts since the first week of its release. This is the first time that an artist takes control of the podium since the Beatles in 1964. They were able, this year, during five weeks. Since then, no other star, either solo or in a group, had managed such a feat since the inception of the ranking, in 1955.
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Ariana Grande holds the No. 1, 2 and 3 spots on this week’s #Hot100. No other act has done so since @thebeatles in 1964. Link in bio. : @millermobley
Thank U, Next remained for seven weeks at the head of the sales of music titles in the United States. It is now the turn of 7 Rings to wrap its fourth week at no. 1.
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Ariana Grande has already seen 13 of his songs reach the top 10 and four of his albums reach the first place. During its first week, the album Thank U, Next , has been heard on platforms such as music 307 million times, a record for a pop album. It has recently received its first Grammy Award to his opus Sweetener .
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a 25-year-old, the pop star goes albums, records and awards. These triumphs will perhaps forget the sad years 2017 and 2018, marked by the terrible attack in Manchester, and the loss of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. This is certainly his misfortune that inspired him, Thank’u Next this disk to access more dark, but that suggests a new surge of optimism.
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