The song also marks Milky Chance's first top 10 since 'Stolen Dance' in 2014.

Jack Johnson nabs his 18th top 10 on Billboard‘s Adult Alternative Songs airplay chart, as his collaboration with Milky Chance, “Don’t Let Me Down,” jumps 14-10 on the list dated June 13.

Johnson moves into sole possession, breaking out of a tie with John Mayer, of the fourth-most top 10s in the history of Adult Alternative Songs, which was christened in January 1996.

U2 leads all acts with 26 top 10s, followed by Dave Matthews (solo and with Dave Matthews Band) with 24 and Coldplay with 23.

Most Top 10s, Adult Alternative Songs
26, U2
24, Dave Matthews (solo and with Dave Matthews Band)
23, Coldplay
18, Jack Johnson
17, John Mayer
14, Counting Crows
14, Sheryl Crow
13, R.E.M.
12, Beck
12, The Wallflowers

Johnson achieves his first appearance in the Adult Alternative Songs top 10 since “My Mind Is for Sale,” which reached No. 2 in October 2017.

Meanwhile, “Down” marks Milky Chance’s first Adult Alternative Songs top 10 since its breakthrough single, “Stolen Dance,” which reigned for eight weeks in August-October 2014.

“Down” concurrently jumps 34-29 on the Alternative Songs airplay chart, where it’s Johnson’s first entry in a decade, since “You and Your Heart” peaked at No. 15 in May 2010. On the all-rock-format Rock Airplay list, “Down” leaps 40-30 with 1.4 million audience impressions, up 41%, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

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