It seems like every day The Chainsmokers are breaking new records. While the rest of the world is arguing uselessly about whether they’re pop or EDM (hint: they can be both), they keep crushing life.
This week, The Chainsmokers reached another massive milestone that you probably wouldn’t believe us unless Billboard reported it first. As the Hot 100 chart updates this week, The Chainsmokers become the third duo or group in history to ever have three songs on in the Top 10 simultaneously: “Something Just Like This,” “Paris,” and “Closer.”
The only two other duos or groups to have ever achieved this were The Beatles and Bee Gees.
Among all artists, The Chainsmokers are the 14th act with at least three Hot 100 top 10s in the same week.
The Chainsmokers’ “Something Just Like This” rose from No. 56 last week to No. 5, while “Paris” dropped from #6 to #7 and “Closer” fell from #5 to #10, all released on Disruptor/Columbia Records.