Ariana Grande is in position for a U.K. chart takeover.
The U.S. pop star’s new single “Positions” bowed at No. 1 on the Official U.K. Singles Chart last week, her seventh track to debut in the top position.
Based on 48 hours of sales and streaming activity, “Positions” is on course for a second week at No. 1, while two more tracks from her album of the same name are poised to impact the Top 10.
At No. 5, Grande’s “34+35” is the highest new debut on the First Look chart, while “Motive,” her collaboration with Doja Cat, is new at No. 10.
If “34+35” and “Motive” keep their momentum, Grande will lift her all-time tally of U.K. Top 10s to 20.
Following a premiere performance on Stephen Colbert’s A Late Show and the release of their third album, Love Goes, Sam Smith’s “Diamonds” is glittering on the First Look survey. It’s up 17-15, a new peak.
The Official U.K. Singles Chart is published late Friday, local time.