Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" has been no.1 on the Urban AC (Adult Contemporary) chart for not just weeks, but nearly four months.
According to the most recent chart, dated Nov. 23, Thicke's breakthrough hit with T.I. and Pharrell continues to dominate Urban AC airplay with an audience of 10.613 million in its fifteenth week on the chart.
Nearing its 16th week, the single has one of this year's longest runs atop a chart.
"Blurred Lines" is taken from Robin Thicke's album of the same name.
In related Urban AC news, Toni Braxton and Babyface's single "Hurt You" retains its hold at no.2 this week, followed by Alicia Keys and Maxwell's "Fire We Make," which is no.3 and has been on the chart for a total of 43 weeks – longer than any other single in the top 10.