She's the first artist to succeed herself at No. 1 as the only act credited on both tracks.
Ariana Grande maintains the top spot on Billboard's Pop Airplay chart but switches out leaders, as "34+35" jumps 4-1 (on the survey dated Feb. 13), replacing "Positions," which dominated for seven weeks.
Both songs are from Grande's latest LP, Positions, which was released on Republic Records and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart in November.
As Grande adds her eighth Pop Airplay No. 1, she becomes the first artist to have succeeded oneself at the summit as the only act credited on both tracks. (A remix of "34+35" with Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion, released Jan. 15, has not received enough play for the rappers to be credited on the song on the Pop Airplay chart.)