All of Ariana Grande’s Songs, Ranked

All of Ariana Grande’s Songs, Ranked

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Ariana Grande has the style of vocal prowess that few pop stars—nay, musicians—would per chance ever dream of duplicating. 

The powerhouse singer boasts a four-octave vary and would per chance hit an no longer likely-sounding whistle tone with out breaking a sweat, and over the years, she’s celebrated her abilities to articulate bop after bop, whether or no longer in the style of a sultry R&B melody, an emotional ballad or a sparkly, upbeat tune. In general, Ariana can develop all of it. 

Some would argue that she has yet to be paid her due by the Recording Academy, even though. With 15 Grammy nominations beneath her belt, Ariana’s only ever received two trophies. (ICYMI, that can be Perfect Pop Vocal Album for 2018’s Sweetener and Perfect Pop Duo/Neighborhood Performance for her and Girl Gaga‘s “Rain On Me.”) And, at the April 3 inform earlier this 365 days, she walked away (once more) with out any accolades for Positions.

Now, in honor of her birthday June 26, we’re right here to supply her some grand-deserved praise by doing a deep dive into Ariana’s total discography. Which songs must be performed on a loop until the tip of time? What are these singles that got technique too grand radio play? Why are definite tracks so underrated? How can someone lunge the earth with out taking imprint of that one tune and crying?

These are moral just among the crucial questions we’re answering beneath. Help scrolling to note all of Ariana Grande’s songs, ranked. 

Disclaimer: This is strictly accounting for her albums and singles. No songs with Ariana as a featured artist (sorry, “A Little More Homework” from 13: Current Broadway Cast Recording) were regarded as.

92. “Approved Music” (with Mika, Yours In fact, 2013): An anti-bullying anthem with an admittedly in reality helpful sentiment, “Approved Music” is a lot too immature a tune for Yours In fact

91. “Piano” (Yours In fact, 2013): Ariana undoubtedly wrote a tune about songwriting, and while just among the lyrics primarily highlight a fight she and heaps pop stars peaceful face this day—the preference to express “about how esteem is a shedding strive in opposition to” versus “a tune they are able to play on the radio”—”Piano” gets worn like a flash. 

90. “Jason’s Music (Gave It Away)” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): What Ariana must peaceful’ve given away turn out to be once this tune. In all probability to a garbage can.

89. “Put Your Hearts Up” (single, 2011): Ariana once called “Puts Your Hearts Up” the “worst moment of her life.” Let’s dash away it at that.

88. “Palms On Me” (feat. A$AP FergMy All the pieces, 2014): A$AP Ferg’s verse is relaxing, but there’s nothing that primarily stands out about this tune.

87. “Step On Up” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): To quote the one and only Sheree Whitfield, “I believed it turn out to be once relaxing. I esteem the beat.”

86. “Practically Is By no technique Sufficient” (feat. Nathan Sykes, Your In fact, 2013): I’m a sucker for a genuine duet, but Nathan Sykes’ vocals tumble flat next to Ariana’s.

85. “Contaminated Decisions” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): “We got that hood esteem”? Now, Ariana…

84. “make up” (thank u, next, 2019): I’ll rethink this standing if Ariana decides to make a song video to promote r.e.m. magnificence.

83. “Higher Left Unsaid” (Yours In fact, 2013): The closing tune on Yours In fact can’t come to a resolution what it needs to be, so it turns into an EDM nightmare.

82. “west facet” (Positions, 2020): Songs don’t must peaceful be long to make an influence (ahem, “pete davidson”), however the 2-minute “west facet” is completely forgettable.

81. “any individual esteem u – interlude” (Positions, 2020): An interlude between Positions‘ same earlier album and the deluxe model, “any individual esteem u” does exactly what or no longer it’s supposed to in bridging the hole. 

80. “You Construct no longer Know Me” (My All the pieces, 2014): It is likely you’ll no longer primarily note it, however the tune samples three songs: The Mohawks‘ “The Champ”, The Jungle Brothers‘ “Jimbrowski” and The Beastie Boys‘ “Gradual and Low.” There is a precious depth to the lyrics—Ariana insists “the girl you note in pictures is barely a part of the one I’m”—however the tune itself is a skip.

79. “Be My Toddler” (feat. Cashmere Cat, My All the pieces, 2014): Dare I remark right here’s Ariana’s least sharp collaboration with Cashmere Cat? (“Quit” is the finest, IMO.)

78. “I Construct no longer Care” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): I esteem “I Construct no longer Care” for its brass parts; Utterly different than that, or no longer it’s somewhat of a sleep. 

77. “worst behavior” (Positions, 2020): It is laborious no longer to lump Positions‘ bonus tracks collectively when all of them clock in around two minutes. They moral feel esteem an afterthought; “worst behavior” most of all.

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76. “blazed” (Sweetener, 2018): Both “blazed” and “borderline” salvage a wicked rap. Are they forgettable when put next with “God is a girl” and even the extremely-unhappy “greater off”? Fully, but neither is impending “Jason’s Music (Gave It Away)” territory.

75. “six thirty” (Positions, 2020): “six thirty” is a genuine enough tune by itself, but if you are taking imprint of Positions the total technique through, or no longer it’s too equivalent to “west facet” to warrant a hear. 

74. “Finest 1” (My All the pieces, 2014): Unpopular thought time! “Finest 1” delivers amazing vocal runs, but or no longer it’s moral an k tune.

73. “Most regularly” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): A nice reprieve from the largely upbeat Dreadful Girl, “Most regularly” is a gentle, candy esteem tune. 

72. “Toddler I” (Yours In fact, 2013): The Mariah Carey of all of it! 

71. “borderline” (feat. Missy Elliott, Sweetener, 2018): It is pretty! No longer wicked, no longer proper—moral pretty. 

70. “esteem language” (Positions, 2020): The strings are the tune’s sturdy-suit, but “esteem language” is an otherwise dead lead-in to the grand-greater “positions.” 

69. “Daydreamin'” (Yours In fact, 2013): A candy teeny-bopper tune made inner most by the ending monologue, which is Ariana’s grandparents telling the tale of how they fell in esteem. 

68. “Intro” (My All the pieces, 2014): The one subject I in point of reality pick up with the gorgeous “Intro” is that or no longer it is no longer longer. 

67. “Level of curiosity” (single, 2015): Ariana described “Level of curiosity” as “Field”‘s older sister, but or no longer it’s more esteem an grotesque step-sibling.

66. “Lovin’ It” (Yours In fact, 2013): Had I no longer relistened to “Lovin’ It,” the tune would detestable grand decrease. Dare I remark or no longer it’s an underrated gem?

65. “unhealthy” (Positions, 2020): At this point in Positions, you are starting to esteem how the album—launched just a few months after Taylor Swift‘s folklore—earned the nickname “f–klore.” “unhealthy” is one other sexually explicit tune that is, unfortunately, too generic to inform apart itself from the opposite playful songs.

64. “Let Me Admire You” (feat. Lil Wayne, Dreadful Girl, 2016): Gradual and sultry, “Let Me Admire You” has a distorted refrain that would no longer in point of reality land.

63. “a hit” (Sweetener, 2018): Ariana’s girlboss period…

62. “Leave Me Lonely” (feat. Macy Grey, Dreadful Girl, 2016): I’ve chanced on that folks either esteem or dislike “Leave Me Lonely”—there’s no longer any in between. Nonetheless, that is where I appear to tumble in phrases of this soulful duet.

61. “obtrusive” (Positions, 2020): All about her ability to imagine in esteem again, “obtrusive” is candy but peaceful flirty enough to be relaxing.

60. “Boyfriend” (single, 2019): Teaming up along with her tour opener Social House, Ariana dropped “Boyfriend” as a single in 2019. Did I esteem it at the time? Yes. Attain I ever return to it? No longer in point of reality. 

59. “false smile” (thank u, next, 2019): The tune starts off sturdy thanks to the sample of Wendy René‘s “After Laughter,” but from there, or no longer it’s nothing special no topic its in reality helpful message (“If I’m damage, I ain’t gon’ lie about it”). 

58. “motive” (with Doja Cat, Positions, 2020): Ariana and Doja Cat are thought to be such a collaborations that moral makes sense, and “motive” is proof of that.

57. “take a look at pressure” (Positions, 2020): Dare I remark “take a look at pressure” is the upper model of “motive”? I’d be more confident in the assertion if it did no longer quit so all straight away.

56. “Knew Higher / With out raze Boy” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): A deep-decrease for the ages. Certain, the transition is somewhat wonky, but there’s no longer any denying that the tune as a total is a standout on Dreadful Girl.

55. “moral esteem magic” (Positions, 2020): Queen of manifesting and reading “a f–king e book.” 

54. “Perfect Mistake” (feat. Enormous Sean, My All the pieces, 2014): A swap of scramble from My All the pieces‘s overall sound, “Perfect Mistake” is a welcomed piano-backed reprieve. 

53. “the gentle is coming” (feat. Nicki Minaj, Sweetener, 2018): It is laborious to dislike this tune thanks to its message—radiated in the repeated line, “The gentle is coming to supply abet every thing the darkness stole”—but overall, the building is somewhat bewildering. 

52. “Greedy” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): Flirty and pure relaxing, “Greedy” would’ve made a finest single. 

51. “security rep” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Positions, 2020): Ariana’s decrease register and Ty Dolla $ign’s baritone rasp make for the finest combination.

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50. “Why Are trying” (My All the pieces, 2014): Toulouse absolutely must peaceful’ve intervened when his mother acknowledged “Why Are trying” is her “most dead tune.” 

49. “Simply A Little Bit Of Your Heart” (My All the pieces, 2014): This piano-heavy tune turn out to be once written by Harry Kinds and his followers would per chance no longer ever let someone put out of your mind it—per chance because or no longer it’s a undoubtedly sizable heartbreak ballad. Fancy, “I know I’m no longer your only, but at the least I’m one”? Ouch.

48. “34+35” (Positions, 2020): A Gen-Z “Dirrty,” “34+35” is Ariana at her most raunchy. It works, for primarily the most fragment. 

47. “bloodline” (thank u, next, 2019): Any tune that functions Nonna (Ariana’s grandmother) mechanically earns brownie parts, but “bloodline” is so proper that it would no longer even need the boost. 10/10!

46. “NASA” (thank u, next, 2019): An intergalactic bop.

45. “You might per chance well maybe By no technique Know” (Yours In fact, 2013): Ariana performed a shortened model of the tune on her latest world tour, proving moral how grand of a timeless tune it is. 

44. “my hair” (Positions, 2020): The whistle notes are enough to qualify “my hair” as an all-timer.

43. “Day to day” (feat. Future, Dreadful Girl, 2016): “Day to day” walked so “34+35” would per chance whisk.

42. “off the desk” (with The Weeknd, Positions, 2020): A younger abet-and-forth between Ariana and thought to be one of her frequent collaborators, “off the desk” sees her at her most inclined, asking the ravishing questions: “Will I ever esteem any individual esteem the technique I did you?…If I’m in a position to’t pick up you, is esteem entirely off the desk?”

41. “Correct There” (feat. Enormous Sean, Yours In fact, 2013): The first of many collaborations with Enormous Sean, “Correct There” is a relaxing, timeless abet-and-forth.

40. “most essential factor” (Positions, 2020): Justice for “most essential factor,” which nearly certainly deserved a station on the distinctive album.

39. “Monopoly” (with Victoria Monét, single, 2019): A prankish collab along with her longtime BFF and co-creator Victoria Monét, “Monopoly” is proof that the 2 wish to work collectively beyond songwriting technique more usually.

38. “My All the pieces” (My All the pieces, 2014): The title tune of Ariana’s sophomore album is as gorgeous as its opening tune, which makes sense since the songs pick up identical chords. However what makes “My All the pieces” the total more special is, esteem “One Final Time,” the which technique it took on after a tragedy; this time, the dying of her grandfather. 

37. “Touch It” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): I’m once more asking Toulouse to reprimand his mother for calling thought to be one of her only songs “dead.” There’s nothing dead about that prime inform!

36. “wicked belief” (thank u, next, 2019): Conserving with the album’s entice-pop vibe, “wicked belief” stands out thanks to its unapologetic tone and pretty strings.

35. “Admire Me More difficult” (feat. The Weeknd, My All the pieces, 2014): As Ariana turn out to be once maturing, so were her lyrics. “Admire Me More difficult” is a consuming digital time out with bigger than few memorable traces, thought to be one of my favorites being “snatch my breath and never let it dash.” 

34. “positions” (Positions, 2020): Repetitive enough to with out difficulty salvage caught on your head but moral the magnificent quantity of relaxing to no longer make that traumatic, “positions” is the album’s namesake for a purpose. 

33. “Ruin Your Heart Correct Succor” (feat. Childish Gambino, My All the pieces, 2014): I would per chance hear to “My baaaby loves me!” on a loop eternally. 

32. “raindrops” (Sweetener, 2018): A quick veil of The Four Seasons‘ “An Angel Cries,” “raindrops” sets the stage for the emotional rollercoaster that is Sweetener in the finest technique likely.

31. “Field” (My All the pieces, 2014): Admire it or dislike it, “Field” took Ariana’s occupation to novel heights and remains thought to be one of her only singles. 

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30. “sweetener” (Sweetener, 2018): Solange Knowles driving around in a automobile along with her company singing and dancing to “sweetener” in a bikini perfectly encapsulates the sensation that the tune conjures up. 

29. “Taking into consideration Bout You” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): If “Taking into consideration Bout You” has 1,000,000 followers, I’m thought to be one of them. If “Taking into consideration Bout You” has 10 followers, I’m thought to be one of them. If “Taking into consideration Bout You” has no followers, that technique I’m now no longer on earth. If the sphere is in opposition to “Taking into consideration Bout You,” I’m in opposition to the sphere.

28. “Tattooed Heart” (Yours In fact, 2013): You might per chance well maybe never imagine that Ariana recorded “Tattooed Heart” with a lung an infection, but that is moral a testament to her out-of-this-world vocals. I’ll never salvage bored with ballads esteem these that imprint how grand of a powerhouse performer she is. 

27. “Side to Side” (feat. Nicki Minaj, Dreadful Girl, 2016): There’s no denying that “Side to Side” is pure camp. After all, Nicki literally raps, “Wrist icicle, slip dick bicycle.” 

26. “shatter up with your girlfriend, i’m bored” (thank u, next, 2019): Must peaceful “thank u, next” pick up concluded the album? Yes. Is “shatter up with your girlfriend, i’m bored” peaceful a grand-welcomed addition? Additionally yes. 

25. “pov” (Positions, 2020): No esteem is finest—Ariana admitted as grand herself in terms of “imagine,” which is imagined to be about the late Mac Miller—however the esteem she describes in “pov” is barely darn end. It is miles a joy to hear to, severely since she places her past into viewpoint. Put simply, “pov” is a masterclass in ballads. 

24. “greater off” (Sweetener, 2018): Kicking off what I imagine to be thought to be one of her only album runs (“goodnight n dash” to “pete davidson” to “get better rapidly”) is “greater off.” It is thought to be one of Ariana’s most inclined songs up to now and a sure reference to the tip of her relationship with Mac, but at its core, is set a power breakup, which is all too relatable for a entire lot of. 

23. “in my head” (thank u, next, 2019): A scathing reexamination of the connection that somehow furthermore inspired thought to be one of her only esteem songs, “in my head” goes where Ariana rarely ever goes: for the jugular. Stare: “Stare at you, boy, I invented you / Gucci tennis shoes, runnin’ from your complications.”  

22. “Bang Bang” (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj, My All the pieces, 2014): A certified bop, “Bang Bang” would per chance no longer ever no longer slap. It is catchy, packed stuffed with nice vocals from every Ari and Jesse J, and the style of collaboration of divas that would no longer happen as usually as it would per chance peaceful as of late.  

21. “7 rings” (thank u, next, 2019): Who knew that The Sound of Music‘s “My Approved Issues” would make for this form of large entice remake? Admire or dislike capitalism, there’s no longer any denying that “7 rings” is a banger. 

20. “R.E.M” (Sweetener, 2018): “R.E.M” is reminiscent of her doo-wop anthems sprinkled all over Yours In fact and My All the pieces, but in a position to face by itself thanks to its R&B infusions. Listening is a peaceful, nearly ethereal skills. 


19. “Ruin Free” (My All the pieces, 2014): Imagine being wherever in public, hearing “Ruin Free” and no longer absolutely shedding your s–t. Could well never be me!

18. “pete davidson” (Sweetener, 2018): The proven reality that Ariana named a total tune—a tune that will outlive all of us—after Pete Davidson, moral makes me stan even more difficult. She loves esteem, folk! And “pete davidson” is a FANTASTIC esteem tune. In an ultimate world, we’d in the raze salvage a 10-minute model of the tune à la T. Swift’s “All Too Neatly.”

17. “needy” (thank u, next, 2019): Ariana started teasing “needy” long sooner than the tune made its technique onto thank u, next, but thankfully, that did no longer snatch away from it at all. As a substitute, the tune is assumed to be among the album’s only.

16. “goodnight n dash” (Sweetener, 2018): Ariana establish her pick up dawdle on Imogen Heap‘s tune of the same name, and the tip end result turn out to be once a dreamy melody that mixes her only traits with these of Heap, who moral so occurs to be thought to be one of Ariana’s all-time favourite artists. 

15. “One Final Time” (My All the pieces, 2014): Taking on a deeper which technique after the 2017 Manchester attacks—it turn out to be once re-launched to raise cash for these plagued by the tragedy—”One Final Time” is a unfamiliar tune for a entire lot of her followers, but even by itself, the tune is bursting at the seams with sincerity and emotion, making the listening skills fairly cathartic. 

14. “The Technique” (feat. Mac Miller, Yours In fact, 2013): “The Technique” don’t pick up worked as Yours In fact‘s first single, but it did. The tune debuted at #10 on the Billboard Sizzling 100, later peaking at #9, marking every Ariana and Mac Miller’s first Sizzling 100 top 10 hit. However business success apart, “The Technique” is moral infectiously proper, and remains a relaxing hear up to now.

13. “Be Alright” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): Are you even a genuine Ariana fan if you should peaceful no longer pick up the “Be Alright” choreography memorized? 

12. “breathin” (Sweetener, 2018): Ariana gets candid about her struggles with apprehension and her psychological properly being on “breathin,” however the tune is pretty calming, and at its only, a reminder to withhold going or no longer it is no longer linked what.

11. “Honeymoon Avenue” (Yours In fact, 2013): A timeless bop that mixed most of the parts that will come to account for her musical style—R&B, doo-wop and, no doubt, substantial vocals—it would no longer salvage more Ariana Grande than “Honeymoon Avenue.” No longer continually is the hole tune of a debut album so impressive.

10. “Dreadful Girl” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): Named after Egyptian feminist Nawal El-Saadawi‘s 1975 novel Girl At Level Zero, “Dreadful Girl” marked a turning point for Ariana’s occupation. Along with her Nickelodeon days officially in the abet of her, she traded her cat ears for bunny ears and started embracing feminism and her sexuality—themes every command on “Dreadful Girl,” a sultry, guitar-led tune that continues to be thought to be one of her only.

9. “get better rapidly” (Sweetener, 2018): A cathartic anthem with a identical message to “breathin,” “get better rapidly” is a tune that only Ariana is able to creating. Making the tune the total more special is its length, 5: 22, the date of the Manchester tragedy.

8. “everytime” (Sweetener, 2018): Hearing this tune live changed my life, even though the recorded model is moral as noteworthy—seemingly thanks to the many gut-wrenching lyrics esteem, “Why, oh why does God withhold bringing me abet to you?” It is relatable, catchy and moral so darn heartbreaking.

7. “Moonlight” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): As soon as more, I’m a sucker for a genuine ballad—and “Moonlight” is her only. 

6. “imagine” (thank u, next, 2019): Ariana has described “imagine” as “a easy, pretty esteem that is now and eternally impossible,” making it downright depressed…and yet, the total more pretty. Attain your self a prefer and note her live performance of the tune on the Tonight Indicate

5. “ghostin'” (thank u, next, 2019): All of us know what “ghostin'” is set (being with any individual while loving a unfamiliar person), and who the “you” (Pete) and “he” (the late Mac Miller) are referencing. That is the aim Ariana turn out to be once hesitant to initiate the tune in the first voice—but we must peaceful all be thanking our lucky stars that she did, because or no longer it’s a panoramic tale of anguish, guilt and sorrow that is so pretty, the emotional rollercoaster that incorporates listening is properly price the slip.  

4. “God is a girl” (Sweetener, 2018): Accountable for her only song video of all time, “God is a girl” is a female-empowerment bop for the ages. I’d fetch to mediate that the tip of the tune—a choir made up of various Ariana solos repeating “God is a girl”—is what you hear if you’re ascending into heaven. 

3. “Into You” (Dreadful Girl, 2016): “Into You” is pop perfection. The tune has the ability to evoke chills in a topic of mere seconds with Ariana’s low register declaring, “I’m so into you, I’m in a position to barely breathe…” and things only enhance from there. The form-up to the refrain! The brilliant beat! The angelic vocals! It is simply flawless.

2. “no tears left to bawl” (Sweetener, 2018): I assemble no longer mediate I’m by myself in announcing that I would per chance feel grand otherwise about this tune had it no longer marked her substantial comeback in 2018, and, most notably, her first initiate since the Manchester attacks. By itself, “no tears left to bawl” is an upbeat synth-pop occasion of the total proper yet to come abet. I’d belt it out or whisk to the dance floor regardless. However if you are taking into legend it in the context of Ariana’s life and the total hardships she’s publicly(!) confronted, you esteem “no tears to bawl” so procedure more. She chose to embody the hopefulness of the long whisk in preference to the distress of the past when she would per chance’ve with out difficulty dropped a brooding ballad (which would per chance’ve been entirely legit too, but you salvage the point). And obvious, there are a entire lot of tears left to bawl—Ariana herself made that very shaggy dog tale in Nov. 2018—but her noteworthy mantra repeated all around the tune will forever be there to snatch you abet up at any time if you’ll need it. 

1. “thank u, next” (thank u, next, 2019): Attain you be aware exactly where you were when Ariana shock-dropped thank u, next‘s title tune? I develop! The timing—magnificent sooner than Saturday Night Live, starring her newly-minted ex Pete, aired—had some looking ahead to a diss tune, but “thank u, next” in all equity the reverse. Yes, Ari name-drops Pete and her other exes such as Mac and Enormous Sean, but or no longer it’s only to inform her appreciation (“I’m so f–king grateful for my ex,” she sings). The tune is a worn self-importance anthem that boasts the same optimism of “no tears left to bawl,” which is the total more impressive this time around brooding about every thing else she went through after declaring she turn out to be once accomplished crying. The song video for “thank u, next” moral makes it the total more iconic, and when i’m taking imprint of this in my room or on the subway in preference to at a bar or with my company, I’m in a position to’t serve but mediate abet to a teary-eyed Ariana-as-Jenna Rink, wanting confidently to the sky as she begins to express about “in the future strolling down the aisle.” After every thing she’s been through, she’s peaceful as optimistic as ever.

This tale turn out to be once first and foremost published on Friday, April 1, 2022 at 6: 17 a.m. PT.