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Apparently, the only thing that can beat a Panic! At The Disco track is another Panic! At The Disco track.

After a record-setting run at the number one spot of Billboard‘s Hot Rock Songs chart, “High Hopes” has been dethroned by another jam from the same album.

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“Hey Look Ma, I Made It,” is the new number-one entry on the list, unseating “High Hopes” following a 34-week stint at the top.

After 35 weeks at the top spot, Panic! now sits at third for the longest-running chart leader behind twenty one pilots, who held for 44 straight weeks, and Imagine Dragons, who were on top for 52.

Brendon Urie and company also join twenty one pilots and Imagine Dragons as the only artists to replace their own songs at number one.

Despite it’s fall to number two, “High Hopes”  boasts the longest hold on the number one Adult Pop Songs chart spot, sitting on top for 17 weeks.

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Yesterday, Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie came out to support fellow artist and collaborator Taylor Swift about her recent issues involving master recordings.

Earlier this week, Swift released a statement in regards to Scooter Braun acquiring her Big Machine catalog, sparking a massive #WeStandWithTaylor movement online.

Big Machine Label Group, originally owned by Scott Borchetta, revealed the news that Braun’s Ithaca Holdings agreed to acquire the label which included Swift’s entire catalog she released through BMLG. The back catalog Braun has now acquired from Swift includes her self-titled album, Fearless, Speak Now, Red, 1989 and Reputation.

Now, Urie has also shown his support on his Twitch account. 

“It just broke my heart,” Urie. “I read Taylor’s statement and I was like ‘Sounds about right.’ You know? Toxic dudes doing toxic bullshit in this toxic industry,” Urie said.

You can see Urie’s full statement below.

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