The Chainsmokers fall from Billboard Top 10 after 61 consecutive weeks
Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall are “free fallin’.”
The Chainsmokers constituents have plunged from the Billboard Top 10 after a sixty-one-week residency therein, charting at lest one single in the Top 10 since May 2016. The Chainsmokers’ hold on the Top 10 chart listing can be traced back to the release of their hit Daya collaboration, “Don’t Let Me Down,” and was consecutively extended by the smash singles “Closer” and “Paris.” The Chainsmokers’ domination of the chart concluded with their Coldplay collab, “Something Just Like This.”
Despite their dethroning, The Chainsmokers nevertheless set records this year, coming in as the third group ever to see three songs on the Top 10 chart at the same time. Their sixty-one-week dwelling is additionally the second longest count for an artist to remain in the Top 10. While The American duo is currently taking what we'll dub a "rest" from the Top 10, we're sure they'll be reinstated in no time.