The leading position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week must have been foreseen: the positions of Ariana Grande.
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Just last week, the US-UK music industry had big fluctuations: Ariana Grande re-exported with her sixth studio album positions. Before releasing the album, the female singer chose to launch MV positions - also the lead single of this album. As soon as the MV reached the audience, many mixed opinions were raised. However, in general, one thing: positions receive the attention of a large number of fans.
With that interest and quite a lot of praise, the fact that Ariana's positions "knocked out" the hit song Mood of 24K Goldn and iann dior to debut straight into the 1st position is foreseen. Thus, Ariana Grande is officially the first artist in history to have 5 debut songs at No.1 Billboard. Previous achievements belonged to Mariah Carey, Drake, Justin Bieber and Travis Scott (each with 3 debut No.1).
At the same time, the vocalist god is a woman is also the first artist to have 3 songs to reach No.1 this year, after Rain On Me in collaboration with Lady Gaga and Stuck With U duet with Justin Bieber. Considering only female artists, this achievement previously only achieved Rihanna and Katy Perry (Rihanna had 4 No.1 songs and Katy Perry had 3 No.1 songs in 2010).
Some achievements in the past week of positions: reaching 34,000 pure sales (including 31,000 digital downloads and 3,000 CD sales), debut No.2 Digital Songs and debut No.1 Streaming Songs (35.3 million in turn).
Another thing worth noting is Dynamite of BTS. The achievement of the song "Dynamite" is particularly noticeable because it has been a long time since there has been a product from the famous Kpop group on the famous American chart. However, it can be seen that Dynamite has been "exhausted" from recent weeks when it has gradually dropped from 2nd to 5th to 7th and now officially leaves the top 10 Billboard.