Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk!” feat. Bruno Mars, tops the Billboard Hot 100 for a twelfth week. On the other hand, Flo Rida’s “G.D.F.R.” makes its move to top ten, marking the Sunshine State rapper’s very first top ten in over 2 years.
“Funk!,” that came via RCA Records, becomes the fifteenth No. 1 in Hot 100’s five-and-a-half-decade time to rule for at least twelve weeks. It also attempts for the biggest reign of the 2010s: “Blurred Lines,” by Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell, also stayed a twelve week command starting in June 2013.
“Funk” makes it to the 12th week atop Digital Songs chart along with 187000 downloads sold in the week coming to an end on March 22, as per Nielsen Music. Now it is within 1 week of attempting the record for the most time spent on the top of Digital Songs: the T-Pain-helped “Low” by Flo Rida led for a record thirteen weeks in 2007-08.
“Funk” tops the subscription services-based On-Demand chart (down 6 percent at 4.6 million U.S. streams) for an eleventh week and Streaming Songs (up 13 percent at 19.1 million) for a tenth, adding top Streaming Gainer honors on Hot 100. On Radio Songs, ” Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk!” feat. Bruno Mars reigns for a 9th week with 173 million in all-format audience.