The smash reigns for a 15th week, the most on the chart since 2007.
After becoming Panic! at the Disco's highest-charting Billboard Hot 100 hit, reaching No. 4 in January, the Brendon Urie-led act's "High Hopes" is now the sole longest-leading No. 1 on the Adult Pop Songs radio airplay chart this decade, as it leads the latter list (dated March 30) for a 15th week.
"Hopes," which became Panic's first Adult Pop Songs No. 1 in December, breaks a tie with Maroon 5's "Girls Like You" (featuring Cardi B), which ruled for 14 weeks in 2018. The reign of "Hopes" is the chart's longest since The Fray's "How to Save a Life" also led for 15 weeks in 2006-07.
The overall No. 1 longevity record on Adult Pop Songs belongs to Santana's "Smooth" (featuring Rob Thomas): 25 weeks at No. 1 in 1999-2000.