*Just one week after hitting No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” featuring Snoop Dogg has set a record for most weekly plays in the 17-year history of Billboard’s Pop Songs radio airplay chart.

The duet logged 11,816 plays among the survey’s 132 panelists, an average of 90 plays per station, in the chart’s tracking week of June 21-27, according to Nielsen BDS.

The song passes the 11,224 plays tallied by previous record-holder Ke$ha’s “TiK ToK” on the chart dated Feb. 6, 2010.

Up 1,327 plays (13%), “California Gurls” scores the Pop Songs chart’s Greatest Gainer award for a fifth time in its seven chart weeks.The song also pushes 3-2 on Adult Pop Songs, debuts at No. 26 on Adult Contemporary and bounds 40-29 on Dance/Club Play Songs.

Below are the titles that have notched the highest weekly plays totals on Pop Songs:

Highest Weekly Plays Total, Artist (Year) 11,816, “California Gurls,” Katy Perry Feat. Snoop Dogg (2010) 11,224, “TiK ToK,” Ke$ha (2010) 10,859, “Bad Romance,” Lady Gaga (2010) 10,819, “Break Your Heart,” Taio Cruz Feat. Ludacris (2010) 10,665, “Bleeding Love,” Leona Lewis (2008)