Ariana Grande’s “Positions” debuts at # 1 on the Hot 100,...

Ariana Grande’s “Positions” debuts at # 1 on the Hot 100,...
Ariana Grande’s “Positions” debuts at # 1 on the Hot 100,...

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Here’s a deeper look at the culmination of “Positions,” which was released on Republic Records on October 23 as the title track of Grande’s new album and which was released on October 30. The song is the 1,113. No. 1 in the 62-year history of the Hot 100.

Streams, Sales & Airplay: “Positions” pulled 35.3 million US streams and sold 34,000 in the week ended October 29, according to Nielsen Music / MRC Data. In the week leading to November 1st, 19.9 million impressions from radio airplay viewers were counted.

The track opens at number 1 on the Streaming Songs chart, where it is the third leader on Grande, at number 2 on Digital Song Sales and at number 41 on Radio Songs.

(Broken down by the song’s sales in the first week, 31,000 digital downloads and 3,000 CD singles were sold, available on Grandes Webstore for $ 5 each.)

Grandes 5. No. 1… & 5. No. 1 record debut:: Here is a roundup of the five Hot 100 No. 1 from Grande, all of whom debuted in first place.

Title, weeks at # 1, debut date # 1
„Thank U Next“, sieben, 17. November 2018
“7 Rings”, eight, February 2, 2019
“Stuck With U” with Justin Bieber, one, May 23, 2020
“Rain on Me” with Lady Gaga, one (to date), June 6, 2020
“Positions”, one (to date), November 7, 2020

Grande makes history as the first artist with five Hot 100 No. 1 debuts. She is expanding her lead on Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey, Drake and Travis Scott by three each.

Grande is also the first artist to have three Hot 100 # 1 debuts in a single year, as “Positions” along with “Rain on Me” and “Stuck With U” are her top three 2020 contestants.

Grande won the trio in a span of five months and two weeks, beating Travis Travis (a week a year ago in 2019-20) for the fastest accumulation of three No. 1 Hot 100 debuts.

Grande’s third number 1 this year: Grande is the first artist to send three songs to # 1 on the Hot 100 in a single year since Drake tripled in 2018. She is the first woman (and only an actress other than Drake) to have accomplished this feat since Rihanna rose to # 1. 1 with four songs and Katy Perry with three, both in 2010.

The Beatles hold the one-year record for their first six Hot 100 No. 1 in 1964.

10. Debut No. 1 of 2020: “Positions” is the 45th single that starts at number 1 on the Hot 100. It’s the 10th single in 2020 (all since April) that more than doubled the previous record for most in a single year when four songs were submitted in both 1995 and 2018 at # 1.

18. No. 1 of 2020: “Positions” is the 18th song that rose to number 1 on the Hot 100 for the first time in 2020. This year is the highest number of songs that have earned their first weeks at the top since 18 in 2007 (and most of the first week of charts in November since Nielsen Music / MRC began using data-based information in November 1991).

Luke Combs’ “Forever After All” rises to number 2 on the Hot 100 and marks his first Top 10. Previously, he reached number 11 of the best in November 2019 with “Even Though I’m Leaving”.

“Forever” is from Combs’ album What you see is what you get, which returns to number 1 on the Billboard 200 after the title was added to its October 23rd deluxe remake (dubbed) What you see is not always what you get;; “Leaving” has been part of the LP since its original release in November 2019. Forever starts with 29.1 million US streams, which is good for a # 2 in streaming songs, 873,000 airplay impressions, and 52,000 streams sold as it opens as Combs’ first # 1 in digital song sales.

“Forever” is also added to the Hot Country Songs table (which uses the same method as the Hot 100), where it is Combs’ third # 1.

Dig deeper (comb?):

Highest Hot 100 Debut Ever for a Male Country Artist: “Forever After All” is the highest Hot 100 debut ever for a song also released by a solo male on Hot Country Songs and debut # 5 of “Lost in You” by Garth Brooks’ alter ego Chris Gaines in September surpasses 1999.

Of all the songs that have appeared on Hot Country Songs, only one has debuted on the Hot 100 higher than “Forever”: Carrie Underwood’s “Inside Your Heaven”, which premiered on July 2, 2005 at number 1 on the Hot 100, was crowned than this year american idol Champion.

Debuts at No. 1 & 2: Thanks to Grande’s “Positions” and Comb’s “Forever After All”, the Hot 100 debuts for the third time on numbers 1 and 2. Such a twofer last appeared on November 14, 2015, with Adele’s “Hello” in first place and Bieber’s “Sorry ” On place 2.

Previously, on June 28, 2003, Hot 100, Clay Aiken’s “This Is the Night” and Ruben Studdard’s “Flying Without Wings” competed in numbers 1 and 2 and reversed their season end this season american idol. (Underwood’s performance cited above and that of Aiken and Studdard clearly reflect how Idolcould help make songs big Hot 100 arcs in the early to mid-2000s at its peak.)

Two country hits in the top 10: In the meantime, two top 10 hot country songs hits appear together in the top 10 of the Hot 100 when Combs’ “Forever After All” is accompanied at number 2 by Gabby Barrett’s “I Hope” with Charlie Puth No. .6 high. (The latter ranks number 1 in the Hot Country Songs after 14 weeks.)

While it’s the first such double-up since the August 29th chart, when Morgan Wallens “7 Summers” started at # 6 on the Hot 100 and “I Hope” hit the top 10 at # 10, the trick wasn’t it had not previously appeared in over 20 years, since May 13, 2000, when Faith Hills “Breathe” and Lonestars “Amazed” were placed 3 and 10 respectively on the Hot 100.

24kGoldn’s “Mood” with iann dior falls after two weeks to number 1 on the Hot 100 to number 3 with 79 million radio range, 19.2 million streams and 7,000 streams sold. The song takes # 1 on Radio Songs, where it is the first leader of every act. After an eight-week journey to the top of radio songs, this is the fastest climb to # 1 this year and the fastest since Lizzo’s “Good as Hell,” which took just eight weeks to rule in November 2019. “Mood” tops the multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for a 10th week each and Hot Rap Songs for a third frame.

Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later” starring Lil Durk drops 3-4 on the Hot 100 after debuting at Climax No. 2. At the same time, it reached number 1 on the multi-metric Hot R&B / Hip-Hop Songs chart, in which Drake reached his 21st leader and for most of them number 1 from a tie with the late legend Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder (20 each ) erupts in the history of the diagram.

The weekend’s “blinding lights” drop 4: 5 on the Hot 100 after spending four weeks at number one. They’re in the top 5 for a record-breaking 31st week, while adding a 37th week in the top 10, the second – almost always after Post Malone’s “Circles” (39 weeks, 2019-20). “Lights” tops the multi-metric Hot R&B Songs table for a record 33rd week.

Barrett’s “I Hope” with Puth, as mentioned above, rounds off the Top 10 of the Hot 100 and ranks 6th; Cardi B’s “WAP” with Megan Thee Stallion falls to number 1 with 2-7 after four weeks; Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulos “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)” move back to number 1 after a week with the support of BTS remixes to 5-8; Internet Money and Gunna’s “Lemonade” with Don Toliver and NAV rises from 10th place to a new high of 9th place; and Justin Bieber’s “Holy” with Chance the Rapper resigns 9-10 after opening at # 3.

For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram. All charts (as of November 7th), including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will be updated tomorrow (November 3rd) on .

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