Benny Blanco, Halsey and Khalid full a document 31-week ascent to No. 1 on Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart, as "Eastside" rises 2-1 (on the survey dated March 2).
The music, launched on Interscope Records, passes Alessia Cara's 26-week journey to No. 1 on Pop Songs with "Here," which reached the summit in February 2016.
Blanco earns his first Pop Songs No. 1 as a credited artist (in his first such look), though he provides his whopping 16th as each a co-writer and co-producer. He first led as a author and producer Britney Spears' "Circus" in 2008 and has additionally reigned because of songs recorded by 3OH!three, Kesha, Katy Perry, Taio Cruz, Gym Class Heroes, Maroon 5, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber and Major Lazer.
Halsey claims her fourth Pop Songs No. 1, after The Chainsmokers' "Closer," on which she's featured (11 weeks, 2016); "Him & I," with G-Eazy (two weeks, 2018); and her personal "Without Me," which "Eastside" displaces after 4 weeks on the summit.
Halsey is the primary artist to succeed herself immediately atop Pop Songs with a brand new No. 1 since Iggy Azalea in July 2014, when Ariana Grande's "Problem," that includes Azalea, took over for Azalea's "Fancy," that includes Charli XCX.
Halsey is the fourth artist to swap out No. 1s on Pop Songs and the third as a lead on each songs; OutKast's "The Way You Move," that includes Sleepy Brown, ended the reign of the pair's "Hey Ya!" in 2004, whereas Mariah Carey's "One Sweet Day," with Boyz II Men, changed her personal "Fantasy" at No. 1 in 1995.
Honorable point out to Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine: "Stereo Hearts," by Gym Class Heroes that includes Levine, supplanted Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger," that includes Christina Aguilera, in 2011. (Both songs have been co-written and co-produced by Blanco.)
Meanwhile, Khalid collects his second Pop Songs chief, after "Love Lies," with Normani, dominated for 2 weeks in September and subsequently tied Dua Lipa's "New Rules" for the longest run on the chart (45 weeks) within the checklist's historical past. He concurrently earns his fourth Pop Songs high 10, as "Better" bumps 11-9.
All charts will replace tomorrow (Feb. 26) on Billboard.com.