Plus, "With You" is Carey's first non-holiday, original song to reach the AC top 10 since "We Belong Together," which hit No. 3 in 2005. In between, she notched one other non-holiday top 10: a remake of Foreigner's "I Want to Know What Love Is" (No. 10, November 2009).
The AC chart measures total weekly plays, as tabulated by Nielsen Music, among its reporting panel of 84 adult contemporary stations.
Carey ups her career count to 23 AC top 10s. Having first reached the region with her debut hit, and first No. 1, "Vision of Love," on July 7, 1990, she extends her mark for the most top 10s by any artist since then. Celine Dion is next with 21 top 10s in that span, followed by Elton John (19) and Michael Bublé and Rod Stewart (18 each).
"With You" is from Carey's album Caution, which debuted as her 18th top 10 (at No. 5) on the Billboard 200 chart and eighth No. 1 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums in December.
On the Adult R&B Songs airplay chart, "With You" holds at its No. 3 high. It's Carey's highest rank on the survey since 2006, when "Fly Like a Bird" spent six weeks at No. 1.
While "With You" continues to be promoted to AC and adult R&B, "A No No" will be the next radio single released from Caution. The latter goes to mainstream R&B/hip-hop and rhythmic radio March 4.
All charts will update Tuesday (Feb. 5) on Billboard.com.