Ariana Grande’s “God Is a Woman” Album Review
Whether you are a fan of pop music or you haven’t listened to a single thing on your favorite radio station in years, “God is a Woman” is an album to be reckoned with. The song debuted at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, and reached the stratosphere at number eight on the US Mainstream Top 40 airplay chart. This was accompanied by the release of two versions of the song on the Just Dance game.
A plethora of other singles followed suit. As a result, “God is a Woman” was a smash hit and has racked up over 700 million streams on Spotify. It isn’t uncommon to see the song playing on repeat at your local watering hole. Several countries, including the UK, Australia, and Norway, are also among the ten countries where “God is a Woman” ruled the land. It is also one of the few albums to be certified triple platinum.
The song has also spawned a body-care line and fragrance of its own. It is also a popular song on the Just Dance games. It is also the official song of Australia. The song is a worthy addition to any music lover’s collection. The song has been covered by numerous artists, including Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris, and Sam Smith. As of October 2016, it had been certified as one of the top 100 songs in the history of the world, and has sold over seven million copies to date. The song also won Ariana Grande her fifth US Billboard Music Award for Best Pop Single. It was also nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.