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Ariana Grande Shows Off Her 14 Spotify Plaques Ahead of Billions Club Episode: Photos

Ariana Grande is one of the most streamed artists in Spotify history, and she’s got the hardware to prove it. Ahead of her upcoming Billions Club episode, the 30-year-old pop star posed with her record 14 plaques from the music streaming platform, each of them representing one of her many hits.

In photos shared to Spotify’s Instagram Thursday (Feb. 1), Grande sits among her collection of billion-streams plaques spanning a decade of music, wearing a black bunny-ear face mask in tribute to her 2016 Dangerous Woman album cover. She also reads from a Mean Girls-inspired “Burn Book,” a throwback to the movie’s inclusion in her 2018 “Thank U, Next” music video.

The pictures also feature props nodding to the “Yes, And?” singer’s other smashes. For instance, atop the plaque for her 2020 hit “Positions” sits a glob of dough and a mini rolling pin, referencing a scene from the song’s music video. There’s also a tiny umbrella strewn across the plaque for her 2020 “Rain on Me” duet with Lady Gaga, as well as a little house figurine representing her 2020 “Stuck With You” collaboration with Justin Bieber.

“10+ years, 14 plaques and 39 billion streams later,” reads Spotify’s caption. “New #BillionsClub episode coming soon 🤍.”

The Billions Club episode will celebrate Grande’s record as the female artist with the most songs to surpass a billion streams on the platform. She previously spoke about the feat in a teaser video for Spotify, which also showed the vocalist at work producing music in the studio.

“It’s a really absurd number – I can’t really wrap my head around the number,” she said in the Billions Club episode snippet, getting emotional. “This really shook me a little.”

See the Spotify photos below.

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