The song is just the fifteenth number one in Hot 100 history to hold strong at number one for at least 12 weeks. That’s a huge feat – congrats to Mark and Bruno!
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The song is the 19th number one in Hot 100 history to keep the top spot for eleven straight weeks.
Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars‘ song “Uptown Funk” is the number one song on Billboard’s Hot 100 for the tenth week in a row! Only 3% of Hot 100 number one’s have ever accomplished the feat of reaching the double digits with weeks at number one.
More specifically, Mark and Bruno‘s song is the 29th number one in Hot 100 history to remain at number one for at least ten weeks in a row.
“This week, I covered Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars‘ hit song “Uptown Funk” in cartoon voices. Hope you like it,” the 23-year-old entertainer wrote on Youtube.
In the video, Mikey channeled Peter Griffin and baby Stewie from Family Guy, Roger the alien from American Dad!, and Hank Hill from King of The Hill, and many other cartoon characters.
If you were unaware, “Uptown Funk” is still top of the Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart for a ninth consecutive week!
Mikey Bolts – ‘Uptown Funk’ Cover
The song went from position 15 to position 6 on the chart this past week.
Staying strong at number one for the sixth straight week is Mark Ronson‘s “Uptown Funk” featuring Bruno Mars. Ed Sheeran‘s “Thinking Out Loud” is staying strong at number two and Hozier‘s “Take Me to Church” is sticking at number three.
Ed Sheeran continues to enjoy the second spot on the charts with his hit song “Thinking Out Loud,” while Hozier holds onto the third spot with his song “Take Me to Church.”
The 53-year-old President isn’t really singing the song, but the video was created by piecing his words pulled from speeches and appearances to make it seem like he was saying all the words in the song.
Hozier‘s “Take Me to Church” moves up one spot this week to three, while Taylor Swift‘s songs “Blank Space” and “Shake It Off” round out the top five.
President Obama – ‘Uptown Funk’ Video