1.17 million, "Side to Side"; 1.15 million, "Dangerous Woman"; 918,000, "One Last Time"; 792,000, "Into You"; 532,000, "No Tears Left to Cry"
Perhaps Grande's two latest hits, bothof which launched atop the Billboard Hot 100, will work their way into the latter two tallies above. So far, "Stuck With U," with Justin Bieber, has drawn 88.2 million on-demand U.S. streams and sold 137,000. "Rain on Me," with Lady Gaga, sports totals of 79.7 million U.S. streams and 98,000 sold to date.
Both collaborations are also in the top 20 of Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart, as "Rain" jumps 16-12 (up 14% in plays), leapfrogging "Stuck," which dips from its No. 14 high to No. 16, although with a 1% gain.
"Stuck" and "Rain" drew 65 and 54 plays, respectively, on Pop Songs reporter WBBM-FM (B96) Chicago in the week ending June 21, and assistant program director/music director Erik Bradley says that there's room for both at the same time. "No worries on that," he shares.
Grande is actually one of five acts each with two songs currently in the station's top 15 in the tracking week, joining Bieber, The Black Eyed Peas, Dua Lipa and Harry Styles. "In a perfect scenario, we'd have 15 smashes by 15 artists, but that's not realistic," Bradley notes, citing radio's general avoidance of leaning on any one sound too heavily. "We tend to toss out the standard artist separation preferences and become more concerned with playing hits."
Grande has collected 15 Pop Songs top 10s, starting with "Problem" (her first of six No. 1s) in June 2014. The sum is the most of any act in that span, ahead of Bieber (12), Taylor Swift (11) and Maroon 5, Ed Sheeran and The Weeknd (10 each).
"Two current hits, with Gaga and Justin," Bradley muses, "She's strongly on the A-list."
As for Grande's 27th, what does she have in common with Whitney Houston's "Run to You," Radiohead's "Creep" and Toby Keith's "Should've Been a Cowboy"? They all debuted on June 26, 1993; Grande on Earth, and those three hits on the Hot 100.
Here's a look back at the Hot 100 on that date. (Fittingly, a predecessor diva was at No. 1. And, the name of the act at No. 100? New Born.)