Ariana Grande's Grandmother, 98, is Billboard's oldest Hot 100 artist.

Marjorie Grande, Ariana Grande's loving grandmother, made music history.

The music star's "Nonna" became the oldest Billboard Hot 100 entry. The 98-year-old shattered the record when her 30-year-old granddaughter's “ordinary things” reached No. 55. The single features Majorie as a co-writer and singer.

"Ordinary things" is on the Grammy winner's Billboard 200-topping album Eternal Sunshine. 

After 96-year-old Fred Stobaugh won the title in 2013, Marjorie took it. Stobaugh penned “Oh Sweet Lorraine,” which Green Shoe Studio performed with Jacob Colgan. 

Starting Sept. 14, 2013, “Oh Sweet Lorraine” peaked at No. 42 on the Hot 100 for a week, per Billboard. In 2011, Tony Bennett's "Body and Soul," with Amy Winehouse, follows Marjorie and Stobaugh. For a week starting Oct. 1, 2011, Bennett, 85,'s song was No. 87.

The seventh Ariana Grande album ends with “Ordinary things”. The song ends with Marjorie talking about her late husband, Frank Grande.

Ariana laughs to end the song and album. The Sweetener singer told Apple Music 1's Zane Lowe that she didn't know how to close the song until she uncovered a “voice note” of her grandma talking to Shirley.

“I knew ‘ordinary things’ was the end of the album,” Ariana added. "I thought, ‘This is the last song, but I wonder how I can put that button on it and have it land emotionally the way I feel it can, and how can I answer the question?’"

Pink posts a video of a heart on a cloud to remember her late father.