Step aside Elsa! Disney has a new jam climbing the charts!

Back in 2014, Frozen’s Let It Go reached #5 on the Billboard Hot 100. Pretty impressive! It even got some radio airplay. Could we have a new queen of Disney songs, though?

We Don’t Talk About Bruno has been on the charts for just three weeks, but it is already at #4…up there with the likes of Ed Sheeran and Adele. It is the highest charting Disney song in the last 26 years and ties it for the second highest rated song from a Disney movie of all time! Let It Go reached #5 back in 2014.

The only other songs from animated Disney films to reach a top-five position on the chart are:

Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle’s Aladdin smash “A Whole New World,” which hit No. 1 in 1993,

Elton John‘s “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” from The Lion King (No. 4 in 1994).

Vanessa Williams’ Pocahontas soundtrack song “Colors of the Wind,” which also reached No. 4 in 1995.

The song is written by Hamilton star/creator Lin Manual Miranda — not the first project he’s done for Disney. You’ve also heard his work in Moana.  Even if you didn’t know he wrote Bruno, you’d recognize it if you’ve seen Hamilton. Miranda has a very recognizable style, and it’s on full display in the video above! How he combines all the seperate verses into one in the end is pretty dang awesome!

Slate did a great write up about why this song is so dang good! Check it out.