Camila Cabello has added another tally to her growing list of chart records.

The Fifth Harmony alum's has been holding steady since its September release, but recently topped Billboard's Adult Pop Songs radio airplay chart dated March 3, adding to its previous seven-week lead on the Pop Songs chart and three-week run on Rhythmic Songs. That makes Cabello the first female artist to simultaneously crown all three charts in 22 years, following Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men's 1995 ballad "One Sweet Day." It's also only the ninth song to have ever pulled off such a hat trick, joining tracks like Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk!" featuring Bruno Mars, John Legend's "All of Me," and Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors."

Cabello previously became the first artist in 15 years to top both Billboard's Hot 100 and 200 Albums chart at the same time with "Havana" and her self-titled solo debut in January. She usurped the title from Beyoncé, who nabbed the honor in 2003 with "Crazy In Love" and Dangerously In Love.

"Havana" also bumped Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" from longest running Billboard Pop Songs Radio Airplay No. 1 song by a solo female artist, while the critically acclaimed Camila broke iTunes' record for most No. 1 positions for a female artist's debut album. It reportedly hit the peak slot in more than 100 countries in under 24 hours.

Cabello is set to embark on her first solo tour, a 16-date North American jaunt dubbed Never Be The Same, beginning April 9 in Vancouver, Canada.

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