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The Weeknd And Ariana Grande’s “Save Your Tears” Makes History

It has been two years since The Weeknd debuted his hit album, After Hours, and it is still making chart history with “Save Your Tears,” featuring Ariana Grande.

The song has become the second-longest charting number one song in history, behind The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights.”

“Blinding Lights” hit the chart at number one in August 2021 and stayed there for a record, 88 weeks.

“Save Your Tears,” is Ariana and The Weeknd’s sixth number one entry on the Billboard Hot 100, making After Hours the first album since Drake’s Scorpion to have three singles at the top of the chart.