The 10 Best Ariana Grande Songs of All-Time

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande is a singer and actress who began her career in 2008 at the age of 15 when she starred in the Broadway musical ’13.’ Her fame increased when she laded the role of Cat Steven in the Nickelodeon series ‘Victorious,’ which she played from 2010 to 2013. She then resumed the role in the spin-off series ‘Sam & Cat,’ which ran from 2013 to 2014. As a singer, Ariana Grande began her career by uploading videos of herself singing covers of 1950s songs on YouTube. It brought her to the attention of record executives, and she signed with Republic Records in 2011. She released her debut single two years later. Grande is known for her wide vocal range and whistle register. She has won multiple awards throughout her career, including a Brit Award, two Grammy Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, 27 Guinness World Records, and nine MTV Video Music Awards. During her career, Ariana Grande has recorded six studio albums, two Eps, one compilation album, one live album, one remix album, 52 singles, and 12 promotional singles. Here are Ariana Grande’s best songs of all time.

10. Into You (2016)

 

According to Insider, ‘Into You’ is one of the best Ariana Grande songs. Although it is not one of Grande’s highest-charting songs, fans still rate it as one of the best. It peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was rated 4 x Platinum by the RIAA. It was most successful in Argentina, where it topped the charts.

9. Problem (2014)

 

Ariana Grande has collaborated with many artists, and her 2014 single ‘Problem’ is one of many examples. It features rapper, singer, and songwriter Iggy Azalea, whose real name is Amethyst Amelia Kelly.

8. No Tears Left to Cry (2018)

 

‘No Tears Left to Cry’ is the first of two singles from Grande’s album ‘Sweetener.’ As this single debuted at number three on the Billboard Hot 100, it meant that Grande extended her record as the only artist to have the lead single from all her studio albums debuting in the top ten. It also topped the charts in several countries, including Australia. At the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards, the track won the award for the Best Pop Video.

7. Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored (2019)

 

Although it topped the charts in New Zealand, the UK, and five other countries, ‘Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored’ only reached number two in the United States, Canada, and Australia. The accompanying music video shows Ariana Grande in a love triangle with a couple. The female half of the couple is a doppelganger of Grande.

6. Rain on Me (2020)

 

The only single released from Grande’s 2020 album ‘Chromatica’ was ‘Rain on Me,’ which featured Lady Gaga. Like many of Grande’s collaborations, it became a chart-topping hit in several countries, including the UK, the United States, and Canada. In the United States, it was the first female collaboration to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Both Grande and Lady Gaga are credited as co-writers of the single.

5. Save Your Tears (2021)

 

One of the non-album singles released by Ariana Grande is ‘Save Your Tears.’ It was originally a song released by The Weeknd in 2020. The artist then recorded a remix of the track with Grande in 2021. The release of the single was accompanied by the release of an animated music video. It was not the first time that Grande and The Weeknd had collaborated, as they had also collaborated on ‘Love Me Harder’ in 2014 and ‘Off the Table’ in 2020.

4. Stuck with U (2020)

 

‘Stuck with You’ is a non-album single released by Ariana Grande in 2020, and the track features Justin Bieber. It was a number one hit in the United States, Canada, and New Zealand. Both Grande and Bieber are credited as co-writers of the song, along with several other songwriters and their manager Scooter Braun. The track topped the Billboard Hot 100 and was Grande’s third and Bieber’s sixth number-one single.

3. Positions (2020)

 

Ariana Grande co-wrote ‘Positions’ with Angelina Barrett, Brian Vincent Bates, Tommy Brown, Nija Charles, Steven Franks, Tayla Parx, London Holmes, and James Jarvis. It was the lead single from Grande’s sixth studio album, which was also called ‘Positions.’ This mid-tempo song blends elements of pop and R&B over trap beats. ‘Positions’ was Ariana Grande’s fifth song to top the Billboard Hot 100. It was also a number one hit in the UK, Australia, Greece, Hungary, Bulgaria, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Taiwan, Lithuania, Malaysia, and Singapore.

2. Thank U, Next (2018)

 

Glamour lists ‘Thank U, Next’ as one of the best Ariana Grande songs of all time. It was the lead single from the album of the same name, which was Grande’s fifth studio album. The lyrics describe Grande’s failed relationships. It became a cultural phenomenon and inspired online memes and catchphrases. This track topped the charts in the United States, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

1. 7 Rings (2019)

 

In terms of commercial success, ‘7 Rings’ is Ariana Grande’s best song. It was a chart-topping hit in the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and Sweden. More than 13.3 million digital copies of the single were sold worldwide, making it the fifth best-selling song of 2019. It won the 2019 MTV Video Music Award for Best Art Direction. A month after the single was released, Grande released a remix of the track that featured rapper 2 Chainz.

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