Twenty One Pilots make history on this week's Billboard Hot 100

The United States can't get enough of Tyler and Josh.

Twenty One Pilots have two songs in the US Singles Chart Top 10, and have made history in doing so.

The duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have become the first alternative pairing or group to ever have two concurrent hits within the Billboard Hot 100's Top 10, with Heathens rising from 11 to 4, and Ride holding firm at Number 7.

The only other alternative act to ever achieve the same feat is Lorde, who for three weeks in February 2014 had both Royals and Team in the Top 10. Heathens becomes Twenty One Pilots' third Top 10 of the year so far following Ride and their highest peaking hit Stressed Out.

Twenty One Pilots are not the only act to have two songs feature in this week's Top 10 either. Both Rihanna and Chainsmokers have a couple of songs in the US top flight; Rihanna's collab with Calvin Harris This Is What You Came For sticks at Number 3 and Needed Me falls from 8 to 10. The Chainsmokers then occupy the Number 6 spot with Closer and Number 8 with Don't Let Me Down.

At the top of the chart this week for a fourth consecutive week are Sia and Sean Paul with Cheap Thrills, closely followed by the rebounding Cold Water from Major Lazer, Justin Bieber and MØ which flails from 5 to 2, regaining its peak position it set two weeks ago.

Outside of the Top 10, DJ Snake and Justin Bieber's Let Me Love You debuts at Number 12 and was the top-selling track of the week. Ariana Grande's Into You leaps to a new peak of 13 from 22 while Shawn Mendes' Treat You Better hops from 18 to 14. Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons' Suicide Squad track Sucker For Pain also rises, gliding from 38 to 15.

Sticking with Suicide Squad, over on the Billboard 200, the official soundtrack takes the Number 1 spot, shifting 182,000 chart equivalent units. Drake's Views holds at Number 2 while rockers Skillet debut at Number 3 with their 10th studio album Unleashed.

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