Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk matches LeAnn Rimes' US Billboard singles chart record

The track matches a chart record previously held in America for 18 years.

Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk continues to prove a huge hit in America, reaching yet another massive chart milestone on this week’s Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

The Bruno Mars-assisted track is at Number 5 this week, equalling the record for the longest stay in the Top 5 at 25 weeks. In the Hot 100’s 55-year history, only one other artists has managed as long in the Top 5: LeAnn Rimes’ How Do I Live in 1997/98.

Uptown Funk previously logged 14 weeks at Number 1 on the chart, tying with six other singles as the second-longest leading US chart-topper ever.

Meanwhile, Wiz Khalifa reclaims the top spot on the Hot 100 with See You Again after being ousted last week by Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood, which drops to 2.

Elsewhere in the Top 5, Fetty Wap’s Trap Queen holds at 3, and Walk The Moon’s Shut Up and Dance remains at Number 4.

Further down the chart, Andy Grammer’s Honey, I’m Good reaches at new peak at 11, Tove Lo’s Talking Body continues its ascent up the tally at 12 this week, and Omi’s Cheerleader zooms from 27 to 16. The Jamaican-pop track recently spent four weeks at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.