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Ariana Grande Shatters Spotify Streaming Record With 3 Albums To Surpass 2 Billion Streams Each

ET Canada logo ET Canada 2019-03-24 Brent Furdyk
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Ariana Grande just keeps on breaking records, and has just achieved something no female artist has yet accomplished: releasing three albums to each surpass 2 billion streams on Spotify.

As The Fader reports, Grande's latest, thank u, next, has been streamed more than 2 billion times, as were her two previous albums, Sweetener and Dangerous Woman.

We can add this latest record to the 25-year-old pop star's ever-growing list of accomplishments, which also includes breaking YouTube records back in December when her video for the single "thank u, next" became the most watched video on YouTube and VEVO in the span of 24 hours, racking up a whopping 829,000 views and 427,000 comments.

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As if that weren't enough, Grande also hit a social media milestone when she overtook Selena Gomez to become the most followed female on Instagram, with Grande's 149 million followers surpassing Gomez's 147 million.

Meanwhile, Grande recently kicked off the North American leg of her Sweetener World Tour. Canadian fans will have the opportunity to see her when she performs in Montreal on April 1, Toronto on April 3, Edmonton on April 25, Vancouver on April 27, and a second Toronto show on June 26.

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