Mariah Carey’s ‘With You’ Becomes Her 23rd Top 10 on Adult Contemporary Chart

Carey boasts probably the most high 10s of all acts courting to her debut smash "Vision of Love" in 1990.

Mariah Carey returns to the highest 10 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary radio airplay chart, as "With You" rises 11-10 on the survey dated Feb. 9.

The tune is Carey's first AC high 10 since Justin Bieber's "All I Want for Christmas Is You (SuperFestive!)" with Carey hit No. three in December 2011. (Carey's unique model of the carol jingled to No. 6 within the 1994-95 vacation season.)

"With You" is Carey's first AC high 10 as a lead artist since one other vacation hit, "Oh Santa!," turned her seventh No. 1, reigning for 4 weeks in 2010-11.

Plus, "With You" is Carey's first non-holiday, unique tune to succeed in the AC high 10 since "We Belong Together," which hit No. three in 2005. In between, she notched one different non-holiday high 10: a remake of Foreigner's "I Want to Know What Love Is" (No. 10, November 2009).

The AC chart measures complete weekly performs, as tabulated by Nielsen Music, amongst its reporting panel of 84 grownup up to date stations.

Carey ups her profession rely to 23 AC high 10s. Having first reached the area along with her debut hit, and first No. 1, "Vision of Love," on July 7, 1990, she extends her mark for probably the most high 10s by any artist since then. Celine Dion is subsequent with 21 high 10s in that span, adopted by Elton John (19) and Michael Bublé and Rod Stewart (18 every).

"With You" is from Carey's album Caution, which debuted as her 18th high 10 (at No. 5) on the Billboard 200 chart and eighth No. 1 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums in December.

On the Adult R&B Songs airplay chart, "With You" holds at its No. three excessive. It's Carey's highest rank on the survey since 2006, when "Fly Like a Bird" spent six weeks at No. 1.

While "With You" continues to be promoted to AC and grownup R&B, "A No No" would be the subsequent radio single launched from Caution. The latter goes to mainstream R&B and rhythmic radio March four.

All charts will replace Tuesday (Feb. 5) on Billboard.com.

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