Ariana Grande's Top 10 Biggest Songs EVER

24 July 2018, 15:13

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande's getting ready to release her new album Sweetener this summer and we couldn't be more excited!

The album has already produced some massive hits, including Number 1 single 'No Tears Left to Cry'.

Ari had her first big hit with 'Problem' back in 2014 and since then her star has continued to rise.

So we've done the maths and here's Ariana's ten biggest songs so far on The Official Vodafone Big Top 40...

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10. Heatstroke (2017)

Calvin Harris ft. Young Thug, Pharrell Williams and Ariana Grande

Chart peak: 10

Ariana featured on Calvin Harris' cool summer smash 'Heatstroke' and it reached Number 10 in 2017.

9. Somewhere Over The Rainbow (2017)

Chart peak: 8

Ariana released this 'Judy Garland' cover to raise money after the One Love Manchester concert.

8. God is a Woman (2018)

Chart peak: 7

At the time of writing, Ariana's second single from Sweetener has reached a chart peak of Number 7.

7. Break Free ft. Zedd (2014)

Chart peak: 6

Zedd's collaborated with some of the biggest singers around, including this huge track with Ariana.

6. Side To Side (2016)

ft. Nicki Minaj

Chart peak: 6

We probably wouldn't recommend watching this music video at work... or with your nan...

5. Focus (2015)

Chart peak: 5

This track came between Ariana's My Everything and Dangerous Woman eras at the end of 2015.

4. One Last Time (2015)

Chart peak: 4

'One Last Time' was back in the chart following the tragic Manchester Arena attack in May 2017.

3. Problem (2014)

ft. Iggy Azalea 

Chart peak: 1

Problem was Ariana's chart debut in 2014 and the song went straight in at Number 1!

2. Bang Bang (2014)

with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj

Chart peak: 1

More Number 1's from Ariana - this time an impressive collab with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj.

1. Ariana Grande - No Tears Left to Cry (2018)

Chart peak: 1

Ariana's biggest song of her career to date is... 'No Tears Left to Cry'! The lead single from her new album Sweetener spent three weeks at Number 1 in 2018.