Charts analysis: Ariana Grande's sweet start to album campaign

Home to the top five singles No Tears Left To Cry (No.2 in May) and God Is A Woman (No.4 in July), Ariana Grande’s fourth studio album Sweetener becomes her second No.1, debuting in pole position on sales of 44,755 copies, including 17,449 from sales-equivalent streams, while spinning off new hits in the form of the title track and Breathin.

The first album by an American woman to top the chart since Taylor Swift’s Reputation last November, Sweetener provides Grande’s ...

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