Omarion topped the Billboard's Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop airplay Chart this week, with his Chris Brown and Jhene Aiko assisted "Post To Be," off of his latest album Sex Playlist. This is his first ever number one as a lead artist and only his second time ever in his solo career, the previous time came in 2005 when he was featured on Bow Wow's "Let Me Hold You." The last time Omarion saw the top of the chart was nearly a decade ago, which means he edges out Mariah Carey's old record for longest breaks between number one peaks by over half of a year. Mariah Carey had to wait nine years between her number one hits, "We Belong Together" and "Always Be My Baby." You can check out Omarion's record breaking single below.