P!nk's 'Walk Me Home' Steps Up to No. 1 on Adult Contemporary Chart

Andrew MacPherson

The song is her fifth AC leader.

P!nk notches her fifth No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary radio airplay chart, as "Walk Me Home" strolls from No. 3 to the summit on the survey dated Sept. 14.

Upon the coronation of the track (released on RCA Records), here's a look at all of the singer-songwriter's AC leaders, dating to her first in 2013:

"Try," one week at No. 1, April 27, 2013
"Just Give Me a Reason," feat. Nate Ruess, nine weeks, beginning July 6, 2013
"Just Like Fire," nine weeks, beginning Oct. 8, 2016
"What About Us," four weeks, beginning Jan. 27, 2018
"Walk Me Home," one week (to date), Sept. 14, 2019

Since her first week at No. 1, P!nk boasts the most AC leaders of any act, passing Taylor Swift, who has four in that span, followed by Maroon 5, Shawn Mendes and Ed Sheeran, each with three.

Notably, P!nk has tallied all five of her AC No. 1s since 2013, after she first appeared on the chart in 2007. She first reached any Billboard ranking in 2000, when "There You Go" debuted on both Dance Club Songs and Rhythmic Songs.

Plus, Nate Ruess, as noted above, co-wrote "Walk Me Home" with P!nk (and Scott Harris).

The song is from P!nk's album Hurts 2B Human, which debuted as her third No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in May.

The AC chart measures total weekly plays, as tabulated by Nielsen Music, among its reporting panel of 86 stations.

All charts will refresh Tuesday (Sept. 10) on Billboard.com.


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