The Weeknd and Ariana Grande at No. 1 of the Billboard Hot 100


May 05, 2021

It is a top collaboration and it proves it.
In No. 1 of the American Billboard Hot 100 goes up The Weeknd's collaboration with Ariana Grande for the remix of "Save Your Tears".

The "Save Your Tears" remix has been at the top since its first week of release, but is not considered a debut at the top of the charts, as Billboard combines the performance of their original songs and remixes.

The original version of "Save Your Tears", which is included on The Weekend's "After Hours" album released in March 2020, was last week at No. 6 of the Billboard Hot 100.

According to MRC Data, the remix of "Save Your Tears" recorded in the US market in the first week of its release 30.4 million streams (an increase of 111% compared to the original song) and 18,000 downloads (an increase of 265%) .

The Weeknd - Ariana Grande
The remix of "Save Your Tears" marks for both The Weeknd and Ariana Grande their sixth song that dominates the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

The Weeknd is currently ranked third on the list of Canadian artists with the most firsts on the chart, behind Justin Bieber (7) and Drake (8).

At the same time, Ariana Grande writes history as the first female artist to win the No. 1 of the Hot 100 with three duets, while together with Paul McCartney are the two unique names that have achieved this achievement.

The Weeknd songs that have conquered No. 1 of the Hot 100
• "Can't Feel My Face" (3 weeks at No. 1, August 2015)
• "The Hills" (6 weeks, October 2015)
• «Starboy» feat. Daft Punk (1 week, January 2017)
• "Heartless" (1 week, December 2019)
• "Blinding Lights" (4 weeks, April 2020)
• "Save Your Tears" with Ariana Grande (May 2021)

The songs of Ariana Grande that have won No. 1 of the Hot 100
• "Thank U Next" (7 weeks at No. 1, November 2018)
• "7 Rings" (8 weeks, February 2019)
• "Stuck With U" with Justin Bieber (1 week, May 2020)
• "Rain On Me" with Lady Gaga (1 week, June 2020)
• "Positions" (1 week, November 2020)
• "Save Your Tears" with The Weeknd (May 2021)

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