Music videos for some of the album's songs already broke multiple YouTube records, further proving the power of Arianators. And this weekend, it was revealed that Thank U, Next has debuted at No. 1 in the Billboard 200 Chart with 360,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in a week since its debut.
It is Grande's second No. 1 album in just six months (!) and the fourth of her career, which is extremely impressive considering the fact she's only made five albums.
Not only did Ari earn the nod for top album in the country, but she also made history with the largest streaming week for a pop album and any album by a woman with a whopping 307 million on-demand streams.
Arianators, unsurprisingly, are praising the singer for her record-breaking accomplishments.
Ariana also expressed her appreciation to fans. "But wow.... what a moment," she said in response to a tweet about her album's commercial success.
With Sweetener and Thank U, Next, it's fair to say no other artist has dominated the music world like Ariana has in the past year.