"Blurred Lines," the hit and breakthrough single leading Robin Thicke's forthcoming album, is winning yet again this week.
According to Billboard, "Blurred Lines" has earned another week atop the R&B Songs chart, giving the song a total of nine weeks at no.1.
Moving another 384,000 digital copies, "Blurred Lines" is also no.1 on the Digital Songs and Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs charts for seventh and sixth weeks consecutively.
On the coveted Hot 100, "Blurred Lines" is also no.1 for another week, garnering a total of six weeks all together.
""Lines" slightly widens its lead on the Hot 100 over Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" (also featuring Pharrell), which ranks at No. 2 for a fifth week," reports Billboard. "As "Lines" gains by 1% in overall chart points and "Lucky" loses 2% of its total, "Lines" claims a 76% lead in points (after leading by 70% last week)."
"Blurred Lines" is also no.1 on the Radio Songs chart for a second week, up by 15% to 179 million all-format audience impressions, according to Nielsen BDS.