Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus & Lana Del Rey's 'Don't Call Me Angel' & The History of All-Female Multi-Act Hit Singles

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Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey "Don’t Call Me Angel"

On the new Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, we review the highest-charting collaborative Hot 100 hits by three or more female acts.

With the release of the all-female collaborative single “Don’t Call Me Angel” by Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey, the trio is on course to join an elite group of singles on the Billboard Hot 100. If the track reaches the top 40 on the tally, it will be one of just a few songs to hit the region that have been billed to at least three all-female acts.

On the new Billboard Pop Shop Podcast (listen below), the team dives into a discussion about the limited history of such songs in the top 40 of the Hot 100 -- including such mega-hits as “Lady Marmalade” by Christina Aguilera, Lil Kim, Mya and P!nk and “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj.

Plus, the Pop Shoppers review big chart news about Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding bowing at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart (with the second-largest week of 2019), and how Posty helps Ozzy Osbourne score his first top 10 on the Hot 100 chart in over 30 years with the Bleeding track “Take What You Want.”

The Billboard Pop Shop Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things pop on Billboard's weekly charts. You can always count on a lively discussion about the latest pop news, fun chart stats and stories, new music, and guest interviews with music stars and folks from the world of pop. Casual pop fans and chart junkies can hear Billboard's senior director of charts Keith Caulfield and deputy editor, digital Katie Atkinson every week on the podcast, which can be streamed on Billboard.com or downloaded in Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast provider. (Click here to listen to the previous edition of the show on Billboard.com.)

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