Ariana Grande's 'Breathin' Hits No. 1 on Dance Club Songs Chart

Dave Meyers
Ariana Grande

Plus, moves for Benny Blanco, Calvin Harris & Oneohtrix Point Never.

 Ariana Grande achieves her fourth No. 1, and third of 2018, on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated Dec. 8), as "Breathin" bumps (2-1).

The track, remixed by Dirty Werk, Chris Cox and Ryan Skyy, among others, follows fellow Sweetener singles "God Is a Woman" (No. 1 on Oct. 13) and "No Tears Left to Cry" (June 23).

 

Grande first led the list as featured on Nathan Sykes' "Over and Over Again" in February 2016. Dating to her initial charted title, "Baby I" (No. 18, November 2013), she has amassed 14 entries, including seven top 10s. In addition to her four leaders, Billboard's 2018 Woman of the Year has hit the top 10 with "Right There" (featuring Big Sean; No. 8, February 2014), "Break Free" (featuring Zedd; No. 3, October 2014) and "Into You" (No. 8, August 2016).   

"Breathin" also bolts 13-10 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, where it's Grande's 10th top 10 and likewise follows "God" (No. 6, October) and "Tears" (No. 3, July).   

Additionally on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Benny Blanco and Calvin Harris fly 29-12 with "I Found You," just the sixth song in 2018 to chart that high or higher in as few as two weeks. It's Harris' 23rd charted title; only David Guetta (38), Rihanna (35) and Kaskade (24) have more since the chart's August 2003 inception. For Blanco, "Found" is his second to impact the list, following "Eastside," with Halsey and Khalid, which holds at its No. 17 high for a fourth week running. 

"Found" likewise attains a new best rank on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs (16-13), earning 2.5 million U.S. streams and selling 1,000 downloads in the week ending Nov. 29, according to Nielsen Music.

Meanwhile, Oneohtrix Point Never notches its fifth Dance/Electronic Album Sales top 10 with Love in the Time of Lexapro, new at No. 2. The 4-track EP follows full-length Age Of, which debuted at No. 1 on June 16.

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