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Ariana Grande Sets History Becoming the First Musician To Debut Four Songs At No. 1

Chester Published On Tue Jun 02 2020   Modified On Mon Aug 10 2020
Ariana Grande Sets History Becoming the First Musician To Debut Four Songs At No. 1

Ariana Grande becomes the first-ever musician to hit the No.1 spot in Hot 100 - Three-Times-In-a-Row.

Even some of the industry's prominent musicians are left to score a single No. 1 debut on the Billboard Hot 100, Ariana Grande proved it to be commonplace with her achievement.

And if we see the musical history of 50 years' long history of all-genre singles charts, just 39 of the total 1,100 chart-toppers are able to reach the first place (so you can analyze how valuable the artist is looking at the record).

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As she begins her new single "Rain on Me" with Lady Gaga at No. 1 on the current week's Hot 100, Grande turns into the first artist in history to make a big appearance with four songs on the rundown.

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It was not long ago when Ariana Grande got one of the few names to the No. 1 debut, and this year she's increased her check impressively. And with her most recent success, she's created the history and outran every star.

Grande landed both her first No. 1 and her first chart-topping debut in 2018 with her single "Thank U, Next," which was the album made after her name. Subsequently, she lined that success up with another, "7 Rings," which reached the peak of Hot 100 in the blink of an eye in mid-2019.

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Grande made a third No. 1 debut with "Stuck With U," with her joint collaboration with Justin Bieber which is intended to raise funds for those who are affected by COVID-19. By winning the third song to the entryway, she became the rarest pop stars joining the line with Drake, Mariah Carey, and Bieber, who hit three simultaneously.

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We would like to congratulate the One Last Time hitmaker for creating history.

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