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Ariana Grande Tops Streaming Songs Chart With ‘Yes, And?’

Ariana Grande earns her fifth No. 1 on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart with “Yes, And?,” which starts atop the Jan. 27-dated tally.

In the Jan. 12-18 tracking week, “Yes, And?” earned 27.2 million official U.S. streams, according to Luminate.

It’s Grande’s first ruler since “Die for You,” her collaboration with The Weeknd, led for a week in March 2023. Her other Streaming Songs leaders include “Thank U, Next” (seven weeks, beginning in November 2018), “7 Rings” (eight weeks, beginning in February 2019) and “Positions” (two weeks in November 2020). All but “Die for You” debuted at No. 1.

With five No. 1s, Grande moves into a tie for the fourth-most rulers in the 11-year history of Streaming Songs, alongside Travis Scott. Drake leads all acts with 20 toppers.

Most No. 1s, Streaming Songs:

  • 20, Drake
  • 8, Taylor Swift
  • 6, Justin Bieber
  • 5, Ariana Grande
  • 5, Travis Scott
  • 4, Cardi B
  • 4, Lil Baby
  • 4, Miley Cyrus

Concurrently, as previously reported, “Yes, And?” debuts at No. 1 on the multimetric Billboard Hot 100, Grande’s seventh leader and sixth No. 1 debut. In addition to its streams, the song earned 24.8 million radio audience impressions and 41,000 digital downloads toward its Hot 100 premiere.

“Yes, And?” is the lead single from Eternal Sunshine, Grande’s seventh studio album. It’s expected March 8 via Republic Records, and will be her first full-length since 2020’s Positions. Positions led the Billboard 200 for two weeks and has earned 2.5 million equivalent album units to date.

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