Pharrell Williams’ Happy Holds No.1 For Sixth Week, Moves Past Mariah Carey Record

Pharrell's hit single "Happy" has logged a sixth week atop the Billboard Hot 100.

According to Billboard, the breakthrough single is also holding the top position on the Radio Songs chart for a fifth week.

"As "Happy" maintains its Hot 100 rule, it leads the Radio Songs chart for a fifth week with a 3 percent gain to 226 million all-format audience impressions (up from 219 million), according to Nielsen BDS. In the Radio Songs chart's 23-year history, it moves closer to the biggest weekly audience," reports Billboard.

With an audience of 225.9 million at radio, Pharrell's "Happy" surpasses Mariah Carey's 2005 hit "We Belong Together," which peaked with an audience of 212.2 million. He also moves past Beyonce's "Irreplaceable" (196.3 million) and Alicia Keys' "No One" (192.5 million).

"Happy" is also no.1 on the digital songs chart for a seventh week thanks to 321,000 downloads sold. The single also leads on the Pop Songs, Adult Pop Songs, R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and Adult R&B Songs airplay tallies.

Last, but not least, "Happy" holds its position at no.10 on the Streaming Songs chart with 3.3 million U.S. streams.

John Legend follows Pharrell with "All of Me," his best charting single to date. According to Billboard, "All of Me" is no.2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single also rose 3-2 on the Radio Songs tally and is no.2 on the Digital Songs chart with 226,000 downloads.

Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" (ft. Juicy J) rounds out the top 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.