Pharrell just earned a fifth week atop the coveted Billboard Hot 100 with "Happy," his breakthrough single that continues to rise at radio, streaming and digital tallies.
Up five percent at radio, "Happy" had 219 million all-format audience impressions. At digital retail, the single is up 2 percent with 370,000 copies sold.
"As "Happy" maintains its Hot 100 command, it rules the Radio Songs chart for a fourth week with a 5 percent lift to 219 million all-format audience impressions, according to Nielsen BDS. In the Radio Songs chart's 23-year history, it moves to second place among titles with the biggest weekly audiences," reports Billboard. "Fueling its Radio Songs reign, "Happy" additionally leads the Pop Songs, Adult Pop Songs, R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and Adult R&B Songs airplay charts, while ranking in the top 10 on Rhythmic Songs and Adult Contemporary and in the top 20 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Adult Alternative Songs and Latin Airplay."
"Happy" also had 3.3 million streams in the US according to Nielsen BDS. It's also no.1 for the seventh week on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
In related news, Pharrell's album, "GIRL," is no.4 on the UK Albums chart followed by John Legend's "Love in the Future."