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Ariana Grande Takes Top Two on Songs Chart With ‘Positions,’ ’34 + 35′

Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez debut at Number Three with “Dakiti”

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Ariana Grande's 'Positions' spent a second week at Number One.

Dave Meyers*

Ariana Grande casually dominated the latest Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs chart, launching eight tracks from her Positions album into the Top 20. Those eight joined the album’s lead single, “Positions,” which was the most popular song in the country last week, earning nearly 22 million streams. As “Positions” climbed to Number One, “34+35” debuted right behind it, amassing 19.5 million streams of its own. Two Grande collaborations — “Motive” with Doja Cat and “Off the Table” with the Weeknd — also arrived in the Top Ten. 

Every song from Positions debuted on the RS 100, which is typical for superstars with devoted streaming fanbases. Impressively, all 14 songs from the album landed in the Top 40. The lowest charting track, “Love Language,” arrived at Number 38 with 7.3 million streams.

Grande’s onslaught pushed Luke Combs’ “Forever After All,” which debuted at Number One on last week’s chart, down to Number Six. The only other major debut this week belonged to Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez, who racked up 17 million streams on their new single “Dakiti.” That’s another impressive accomplishment for Bad Bunny — his YHLQMDLG album launched a single to Number 12 in March, but “Dakiti” arrived at Number Three. “Dakiti” is hardly the first hit collaboration between Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez; Bad Bunny also guested on the remix to Cortez’s “No Me Conoce,” a massive global single with more 600 million streams on Spotify alone. 

Top Songs

The week of November 6, 2020


24kgoldn feat. Iann Dior


Ariana Grande


Jhay Cortez & Bad Bunny


Internet Money feat. Don Toliver, Gunna & Nav


Maluma & The Weeknd

The Rolling Stone Top 100 chart tracks the most popular songs of the week in the United States. Songs are ranked by song units, a number that combines audio streams and song sales using a custom weighting system. The chart does not include passive listening like terrestrial radio or digital radio. The Rolling Stone Top 100 chart is updated daily, and each week Rolling Stone finalizes and publishes an official version of the chart, covering the seven-day period ending with the previous Thursday.

Halloween songs made their presence felt on the latest RS 100. Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” climbed to Number 26, picking up 7.9 million streams. “Monster Mash” jumped to Number 47 with six million streams. And Danny Elfman’s “This Is Halloween” debuted at Number 70 thanks to 4.9 million streams.

See the full RS 100 here.


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