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Ariana Grande Matches Beatles Billboard Record

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Singer Ariana Grande (Jason Mendez)

By    |   Tuesday, 19 February 2019 08:17 PM

Singer Ariana Grande made history this week by becoming just the second musical act — along with the Beatles in 1964 — to own the top three songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Billboard reported Tuesday that three songs from Grande's latest album "Thank U, Next" are sitting atop the chart.

"7 Rings" is at No. 1 for the fourth straight week, while "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" made its debut as the No. 2 song. Sitting in the third spot is "Thank U, Next," which moved up four spots.

During a five-week stretch in March and April 1964, the Beatles had the top three songs on the chart. And on one of those weeks, they had the top five songs.

Billboard also reported Grande has 11 songs from her new album in the top 40, the most ever for a female artist. The other song from the album is ranked No. 48.

Grande posted several tweets reacting to the news, including this one:

"i laughed when i saw this bc i thought y'all edited it. thank u from the bottom of my heart. for so many reasons. first time since the beatles huh. that's wild. i thought this was a joke when i saw it i'm not kidding. i love u. so much. always have n will. thank u for everything."

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Becoming just the second musical act (along with the Beatles in 1964) to own the top three songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, three songs from Ariana Grande's latest album "Thank U, Next" are sitting atop their chart, according to Billboard on Tuesday.
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