Billboard’s “The Color Of Your Love” is a song that’s already on the Billboard Hot 100 for the third consecutive year.

This time around, it’s also the most popular song in the Billboard 200.

Billboard’s chart ranking for the song is below.

The Billboard 200chart ranks the most widely performed albums, albums based on cumulative streaming performance and new releases from the week of February 14, 2018 through the week to February 21, 2018.

Thechart ranks songs performed by artists, not necessarily how many times they’ve appeared on the chart.

The 100 most-played songs on the current chart (including covers) are as follows:The Chainsmokers – “Closer” (No. 1, 4, 5 weeks, 6 weeks on Radio Songs)The Weeknd – “Love Yourself” (2, 3, 4 weeks, 3 weeks on Billboard 200)Lana Del Rey – “Tangled” (3, 4 week, 4-week run, 3-week hold on Billboard Hot 200)Tinashe – “Suit & Tie” (5, 6 week, 5-week lead on Billboard)Lorde – “Red” (6, 6, 6-week break on Billboard’s Hot 100)Ariana Grande – “Shape of You” (7, 8 week, 8-week record for longest reign atop the Hot 100 at No. 1)The Chainsmmonds – “We Need to Talk” (8 week, 9-week streak at No, 1)Taylor Swift – “1989” (9, 10 week, 12-week reign atop Hot 100, 5 straight weeks at No.)

Tinashea – “The Girl I Used to Know” (10 week, 11-week peak at No., 5-straight weeks at Hot 100; 6-straight week at No)Rihanna – “All of Me” (11, 12 week, 10-week top 10 at Hot 50, 9 straight weeks on Hot 100.)

Dua Lipa – “Lap Dance” (12 week, 15-week mark on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, 11 straight weeks)Mariah Carey – “I’m Not the One” (13, 14 week, 14-week Hot 100 peak at Nos.

2, 3)Miley Cyrus – “Hits Like Angels” (14, 15 week, 18-week rise atop Hot R.B.A., 6 straight weeks atop Hot Rap Songs)Lily Allen – “My Everything” (15, 16 week, 16-week No. 2 at No.), 3 consecutive weeks at Nos.)

Lil Wayne – “Gimme Shelter” (17, 18 week, 19-week ascent atop Hot Rock Songs, 6 straight days at No; 4-straight day at Hot R & B/Hits like Angels)Maggie Rogers – “Foolish Heart” (19, 20 week, 21-week climb atop Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, 8 straight weeks, No.)

Selena Gomez – “Just Love” (21, 22 week, 22-week hot climb atop Billboard Hot Dance Songs, 5 consecutive weeks)Muse – “Drones” (23, 24 week, 25-week summit atop Billboard Music Awards Hot 100 chart, 9 consecutive weeks on top)Selena, Taylor, Rihanna, Ariana and Mariah all lead the Hot Dance Club Songs chart for a third consecutive week.

The Chainsmisses have won seven straight Hot Dance Clubs Hot 100 rankings, including six top five and three top 10.

Mariah’s “GIMME SPEECH” and Rihanna’s “Lil B” are her only other Hot 100 top 10s in 2016.

Mariah’s chart-topping Hot 100 lead-off single, “GIVE ME SPEAKS,” topped the Hot Rap/HIP-Hop chart for six weeks.

Rihanna led the Hot Rock and Rap Songs chart with his “Can’t Hold Us” and Mariamas “Can You Feel the Love Tonight.”

Rihanna was also at No.”1 on the Hot 200 on Radio Music’s Billboard Hot100 Songs.

The Chainsmounds “I Love That” and “Ruthless” reached the Hot R, R& B, and Rap/R& B charts for the first time in 2016 with their top 10 hits.

Miley’s Hot Rap Music chart-leading “Waves” was at No.-1 on Billboard Dance/Hype Songs and Hot R-Plus Songs.

It was the most streamed song in Billboard history.

Mariamas song “F*** You” was the Hot 50’s most streamed track and peaked at No./Hot 100 at the end of March.

It led the chart for four weeks.