Twenty One Pilots have spent a total of 59 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart, more than anyone else has EVER done. The Suicide Squad hit, “Heathens” is currently at the top of the chart and It has been there for the last 27 weeks, which ties Walk The Moon’s record for “Shut Up And Dance.”

Twenty One Pilots’ consisting of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun has spent a record number 59 total weeks at the top of The Hot Rock Songs Chart on Billboard, previously with “Stressed Out” (23 weeks) and “Ride” (nine), and has led (with all three tracks) for a record 41 consecutive frames dating to the May 21st, 2016-dated chart. Since the first week that “Stressed” spent at No. 1 (Jan. 9th, 2016), Twenty One Pilots have led each week except May 14, when Prince and the Revolution’s “Purple Rain” dominated following Prince’s April 21st death.

 

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