Ariana Grande meets The Beatles after 55 years. Claims Top 3 on Billboard Hot 100

It took 55 years to meet Beatles feat for Ariana Grande. To be in Top 3 of Billboard Hot 100 songs simultaneously, the Beatles achieved this in 1964. Their songs were in Top 3 for five weeks continuously from March 14 to April 25 in 1964.

Beatles cover for their 1964 album "can't buy me love"
“Can’t Buy Me Love” released by The BEatles in 1964, stay atop Billboard’s Hot 100 Songs. Top 3 for five weeks. And later they occupy all top five.

Now Ariana Grande turn to register this feat. Her latest studio album “Thank U. Next” released on 8th February 2019. Two days before the Grande vs Producers controversy clad Grammy Awarding ceremony.

Number One: “7 Rings” Its keep staying in very top of Hot 100 for now fourth week. Also this single leads the digital Streaming Songs Chart with 63.5 US streams and in the Radio Songs it leads up 23 percent with 61.7 million impressions.

Ariana Grande in her single 7 Rings from the studio album 'Thank U. Next'
7 Rings keep the number one position in all areas. The digital streaming, radio broadcasting etc.

Number Two: “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” Ariana’s second single from the studio album “Thank U. Next” maintains its ‘second’ in all aspects. It blast into second position on release date 8th February itself, still maintain the same place. As it is Grande’s 13th single make to Billboard’s Top 10 Chart, it makes second at digital streaming with 59.2 million and also second Radio Songs with  13.4 million impressions.

Ariana Grande in her single from the studio album "Thank U. Next"
‘Thank U. Next’ albums second single “break up with your girlfriend. Im bored” by Ariana Grande maintains its second position from date of its release date 8th February 2019

Number Two: “Next” ‘Thank U, Next’s title track and lead single Next was entered  the Top 10 Chart at 7th position and climbed to 3rd position to complete Ariana’s Triple Feat! It is also doing great in  Streaming Songs Chart with 36.8 million U.S. streams.