Grande is one of four women to place at least 10 songs on the Hot 100 simultaneously.
Ariana Grande has reached an enviable achievement on the Hot 100 following the release of her fourth studio album Sweetener. Aside from the album giving Grande her biggest first week of sales and her third No. 1 on the Billboard 200, it's also made the singer the fourth woman to place at least 10 songs on the Hot 100 at once. The only other women to accomplish this feat are Taylor Swift, Beyoncé and Cardi B.
9 of the 10 Ariana songs on the chart this week come from Sweetener, including the singles "No Tears Left To Cry" and "God Is A Woman," both of which appear in the top ten. The tenth is "Bed," her collaboration with Nicki Minaj from Queen, which comes in at 91. View the full list of her current entries below via Billboard.
No. 7, “No Tears Left to Cry”
No. 8, “God Is A Woman”
No. 22, “Breathin” (debut)
No. 55, “Sweetener” (debut)
No. 62, “Everytime” (debut)
No. 72, “R.E.M” (debut)
No. 87, “Goodnight N Go” (debut)
No. 89, “The Light Is Coming,” featuring Nicki Minaj (re-entry)
No. 91, “Bed” (Nicki Minaj featuring Ariana Grande)
No. 99, “Pete Davidson” (debut)
Taylor Swift became the first woman to log at least 10 concurrent entries on the Hot 100 in 2010 when 11 songs from her album Speak Now charted. Beyoncé followed with the release of Lemonade in 2016, which logged 12 entries, followed by 11 the following week. Earlier this year, Cardi set the record among women with 13 entries from her debut Invasion Of Privacy. The current record among all artists is held by Drake with 27, which he achieved in July following the release of his double album Scorpion.