P!nk Scores 10th No. 1 On Adult Pop Songs Chart With 'Walk Me Home'

Andrew MacPherson
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She extends her record for the most leaders among soloists.

P!nk achieves her 10th No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Pop Songs radio airplay chart, as "Walk Me Home" struts to the top of the list (dated June 15).

With the coronation of the track, released on RCA Records, P!nk extends her record for the most Adult Pop Songs No. 1s among soloists. Among all acts, only Maroon 5 boasts more leaders, with 13. (Katy Perry ranks third with eight No. 1s, followed by Taylor Swift, with seven.)

The Adult Pop Songs chart, which launched in Billboard's pages in March 1996, measures total weekly plays, as tabulated by Nielsen Music, among its reporting panel of 86 adult top 40 stations.

Here's a recap of P!nk's 10 Adult Pop Songs No. 1s:

"Who Knew," hit No. 1 on Oct. 27, 2007, one week at No. 1
"So What," Dec. 20, 2008, one
"Sober," April 18, 2009, one
"Raise Your Glass," Jan. 1, 2011, seven
"F**kin' Perfect," March 26, 2011, seven
"Blow Me (One Last Kiss)," Sept. 22, 2012, five
"Try," March 2, 2013, two
"Just Give Me a Reason" (feat. Nate Ruess), May 11, 2013, 11
"What About Us," Nov. 25, 2017, two
"Walk Me Home," June 15, 2019, one to date

Nate Ruess, as noted above, co-wrote "Walk Me Home" with P!nk (and Scott Harris). The song is from P!nk's new album Hurts 2B Human, which debuted as her third No. 1 on the Billboard 200 (dated May 11).

All charts will update tomorrow (June 11) on Billboard.com.