The JoBros are killing the comeback game.
Just a week after dropping their first single since 2013, the Jonas Brothers are earning their first-ever number one on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
The boys filmed a video of them celebrating and thanking the fans.
The top spot also marks the first for a group in this century and the only the second time a group has taken number one.
Twelve years ago, the brother trio, Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas, made their former career high with “Burnin’ Up” that peaked at number five.
The eldest brother, Kevin, took to Twitter to thank fans for the achievement, writing, “Can’t thank you guys enough for all the love.”
Cardi B and Bruno Mars’ “Please Me” hit a new mark sliding into a number three peak.
“Sucker” also debuted in the first place on the Digital Song Sales list with 88,000 in the first week. Their past highest-peaking tracks, “Burnin’ Up”, “Pushing Me Away” and “Tonight” all hit number two.
Overall, “Sucker” is a career-best rank for the act.