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Dua Lipa's "New Rules" spends record-tying 41 weeks on "Billboard's" Pop Songs chart

Markus PritziDua Lipa’s “New Rules” just hit a new milestone.

The song has tied the record for the most weeks spent on Billboard’s Pop Songs radio airplay chart. It’s been holding steady on the chart for 41 weeks, tying with Edwin McCain’s 1998 ballad “I’ll Be.” But while “I’ll Be” only peaked at number 10, “New Rules” topped the Pop Songs chart for four weeks in February.

Dua also joins Iggy Azalea as the only women to have had three songs charting simultaneously in the Pop Songs chart’s top 15. “New Rules” sits at number 13 this week; her collab with Calvin Harris, “One Kiss” is at 14; and her song “IDGAF” is at 15.

The Pop Songs chart measures total weekly plays according to data from Nielsen Music from 158 mainstream top 40 stations.

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