Ariana Grande notches a second frame on top with “7 rings” rebounding 6-1. Gay love birds Lauv and Troye Sivan fly into the Top 5 with “’i’m so tired…” (up 15-2). Empress Of, Perfume Genius & Jim-E Stack debut at No. 10 with “When I’m With Him.” The late Beatle George Harrison debuts a slew of tracks from his 1987 album Cloud Nine, led by “Breath Away From Heaven” at No. 12.
Eric Cardona leap-frogs 10-1 to crown this week’s countdown with “If It Ever Happened.” Last week’s No. 1, Ariana Grande’s “7 rings,” falls down to No. 6. BT’s new band All Hail The Silence debuts in the Top 5 with “Looking Glass.”
Ariana Grande replaces herself on top this week with “7 rings” debuting on the countdown in grand fashion. Her “thank u, next” slips to No. 2 after 4 weeks at No. 1. Elsewhere, Mike Posner moves up into the Top 3 with “Move On” (up 11-3).
Ariana Grande returns to the top for a fourth nonconsecutive week with “thank u, next” while Jon Bellion bounces back to the runner-up spot for a third frame with “Stupid Deep.” Elsewhere, Eric Cardona and James Blake debut at Nos. 19 and 21 respectively with “If It Ever Happened” and “Into The Red.”
Well, this, right here, is someone’s swag. But who? In addition to blatantly ripping off that poor Maria von Trapp, Ariana Grande’s “7 Rings” is the target of some very direct “oh, I see how it is then” from none other than Soulja Boy himself, after fans pointed out that Ari’s new single calls to mind the rapper’s 2010 hit “Pretty Boy Swag.” On Friday, Soulja posted a fan-made comparison to Instagram, and this time it was him screaming someone’s name. “Arianaaaa??????,” he captioned the video. “Ariana?!”