The rapper has landed a 12th week atop the Billboard Hot 100 with See You Again, matching the feat recorded by and his bandmates in 2009 with Boom Boom Pow and Eminem in 2002 with Lose Yourself.

If Khalifa's Furious 7 track keeps him on top for one more week, he'll have the biggest rap hit ever on the U.S. countdown.

OMI's Cheerleader rises to two on the new chart, while Silento jumps into the top three at three with his debut hit Watch Me.

Taylor Swift's Bad Blood and Trap Queen by Fetty Wap round out the new top five.