Ariana Grande's first two albums established the 22-year-old from Florida as a global superstar but, based on sales reports in so far, her third album, Dangerous Woman sees her reaching new heights.
Debuting at No.1 in Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Taiwan and the UK, the album also opens at No.2 in Japan, where no album by a western act has reached No.1 yet this year. Grande wasn't that close to cracking it - Dangerous Woman sold 20,811 ...
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