Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee make pop chart history

Justin Bieber's hit collaboration with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee has tied the record for the longest Billboard number one in history.

The Despacito remix has chalked up a 16th week at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, matching Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men's feat with One Sweet Day almost 22 years ago.

The Latin-flavored tune has become the smash hit of the summer all around the world, and over the past seven weeks, it has kept DJ Khaled's Wild Thoughts rooted to number two, where it remains for another week.

Despacito also extends its record command on the Digital Song Sales chart to 17 weeks at number one, while marking 30 weeks atop the Hot Latin Songs chart.

Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran becomes a chart record breaker as his former number one, Shape of You, lands a 33rd week in the Hot 100's top 10, breaking a tie with The Chainsmokers and LeAnn Rimes.

Cardi B's breakthrough hit Bodak Yellow (Money Moves) holds at three, while Imagine Dragons' Believer returns to four and Charlie Puth's Attention rounds out the top five.

In the Billboard 200 countdown, rockers Brand New score their first number one with their album Science Fiction.

The new release, the band's first in almost eight years, beats rapper Kodak Black to the top - he also earns his highest chart position to date, as Project Baby Two enters the countdown at two, just ahead of Kendrick Lamar's DAMN., which slips from two to three.