Billboard Hot 100

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Billboard Hot 100

American music industry standard record chart for singles, published weekly by Billboard magazine add

Category: Music

Launched in 1955.

Countries: United States (67%), United Kingdom (15%), (6%)

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1955

Of the 16 singles to top the Billboard chart for more than ten weeks since 1955, only two released before 1992 add something


1956

Tommy DeVito (musician) - Their 1956 debut single, Otis Blackwell's "You're the Apple of My Eye", achieved enough national sales to appear as a minor hit on the "Billboard" Hot 100 singles chart


1958

Carl Gardner - Known for the 1958 song "Yakety Yak", which spent a week as number one on the Hot 100 pop list, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987


1959

Ray Peterson - He recorded several songs that were minor hits until "The Wonder of You" made it into the Top 40 of the "Billboard" Hot 100 chart on June 15, 1959


1960

Troy Donahue - Donahue had a brief tenure as a recording artist at the height of his fame in the early 1960s, releasing a handful of singles for Warner Bros. records, including "Live Young" and "Somebody Loves Me." However, none of his recordings entered the Billboard Hot 100 list

 

Donnie Brooks - Called "Li'l Sweetheart," it received a lukewarm reception, but his March 1960 hit single, "Mission Bell" on Era Records demonstrated a quality voice in an upbeat song that peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart

 

Chubby Checker - Checker introduced his version of "The Twist" at the age of 18 in July 1960 in Wildwood, New Jersey at the Rainbow Club, "The Twist" went on to become the only single to top the Billboard Hot 100 twice, in two separate chart runs


1961

Bobby Susser - After producing four singles in 1961, and 1962 with his childhood friend Paul Simon, for the group Tico and The Triumphs, which included Susser's first Billboard Hot 100 chart record "Motorcycle," on Amy Records, he concentrated on writing and producing rhythm and blues songs

 

Etta James - In early 1961, James released what was to become her signature song, "At Last", which reached number two on the R&B chart and number 47 on the Billboard Hot 100

 

Gogi Grant - This single returned to the Billboard Hot 100 in 1961


1962

Shelley Fabares - In 1962 Fabares' recording of "Johnny Angel" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100

 

Marvin Gaye - Later in 1962, Gaye released his first charted hit, "Stubborn Kind of Fellow", which peaked in the low top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100 and reached the top ten on the R&B side


1963

Claude Demetrius - In 1963, "Mean Woman Blues" was recorded again, this time by Roy Orbison on a 45rpm single that went to No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 music charts and was part of Orbison's 1964 album, "More of Roy Orbison's Greatest Hits"

 

Millicent Martin - One of the songs she sang on the show, the John F. Kennedy tribute "In the Summer of His Years", was released as a single and 'bubbled under' the Billboard Hot 100 chart at No 104 in 1963

 

Jimmy Soul - The other was the Billboard Hot 100 number one hit "If You Wanna Be Happy" in 1963

 

Roaring Lion - The song "If You Wanna Be Happy", which hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on 18 May 1963, as well as the R&B singles chart, is based on Roaring Lion's "Ugly Woman"


1964

Jeff Barry - In 1964 alone, the duo were responsible for writing 17 singles that reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart


1965

Shirley Bassey - In 1965, Bassey enjoyed her only U.S. Top 40 "Billboard" Hot 100 hit with the title song of the James Bond film, "Goldfinger"

 

Hank Cochran - The next year Eddy Arnold would make the song his signature hit, scoring No. 1 on the country music charts and in 1965 No. 6 on the overall Billboard Hot 100 charts


1967

Phil Spector - Boyce and Hart perform the tune, "Out and About", which reached number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967

 

Tammi Terrell - The song, originally written for Dusty Springfield, became a crossover pop hit in the spring of 1967, reaching number nineteen on the Billboard Hot 100 and number three on the R&B charts, making Terrell a star


1968

Desmond Dekker - In 1968 Dekker's "Israelites" was released, eventually topping the UK Singles Chart in April 1969 and peaking in the Top Ten of the US Billboard Hot 100 in June 1969.

 

Hamilton Camp - In addition, an early Gibson & Camp gospel song, "You Can Tell the World" was the opening track on Simon & Garfunkel's first album, "Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M." As a singer, Camp had a minor hit with the song "Here's to You," which peaked at number 76 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1968

 

Shorty Long - Long's biggest hit was "Here Comes the Judge" in 1968, which reached number four on the R&B charts and number-eight on the Billboard Hot 100

 

Marvin Gaye - In October 1968, Gaye's recording of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" was released and became Gaye's first to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached the top of the charts in other countries, selling well over a million copies


1969

Marvin Gaye - Gaye followed it with songs such as "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby" and "That's the Way Love Is", which reached the top-ten on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1969


1971

R. Dean Taylor - It peaked in the United States at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and at No. 2 in the UK. "Gotta See Jane" was reissued in 1971, and became a Top 10 success in Canada


1972

Roberta Flack - Roberta Flack's version of "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" hit number seventy-six on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1972

 

Donna Fargo - She was one of the few female country singers to write her own material at the time, and one of the few country singers to cross over to the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart in a big way, which she did in 1972 with "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A."


1973

Joe Egan (musician) - After two unsuccessful singles, their song "Stuck in the Middle With You"--which he had co-written with Rafferty--became a hit in 1973 and reached the Top Ten of both the UK Singles Chart and the US Billboard Hot 100 chart

 

Maria Muldaur - Her first solo album "Maria Muldaur", released in 1973, contained her hit single "Midnight at the Oasis", which reached number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1974


1974

Billy Swan - His first album included the song "I Can Help", a rockabilly number that topped both the Billboard Hot 100 and country charts in 1974, becoming a hit in many other countries


1975

Willie Hutch - Hutch recorded at least six albums for Motown, peaking with 1975's single "Love Power", which reached number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100


1976

James Brown - After 1976's "Bodyheat", he failed to appear on the Billboard Hot 100

 

Billy Ocean - In 1976, he recorded his first album, "Billy Ocean", with its first single release, "Love Really Hurts Without You," charting at number 2 in the UK Singles Chart and number 22 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100

 

Deborah Allen - Since 1976, Allen has issued 12 albums and charted 14 singles on the "Billboard" Hot Country Songs chart, most notably the 1983 crossover hit "Baby I Lied" which reached No. 4 on the country charts and No. 26 on the Billboard Hot 100

 

Dan Seals - The younger brother of Seals & Crofts member Jim Seals, he first gained fame as the "England Dan" half of the soft rock duo England Dan & John Ford Coley, which charted nine pop and adult contemporary singles between 1976 and 1980, including the No. 2 Billboard Hot 100 hit "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight"


1977

Eric Carmen - For several weeks in the fall of 1977, Carmen had three compositions charting concurrently on the Billboard Hot 100, Cassidy's two big hits and Carmen's own "She Did It

 

Barry Gibb - In 1977, Gibb saw five of his songs simultaneously enter the Top Ten of the Billboard Hot 100, and for one week in March, four of the top five songs were written by him

 

Paul Davis (singer) - Notable songs in his career include 1977's "I Go Crazy", a No. 7 pop hit which once held the record for the longest chart run on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as the No. 6 "'65 Love Affair", his highest-charting pop hit

 

Marilyn McCoo - Their follow up, "You Don't Have to Be a Star " was an even bigger hit, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 1977


1978

Patti Smith - Smith's most widely known song is "Because the Night", which was co-written with Bruce Springsteen and reached number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1978


1980

James Last - In the US, where "The Seduction" became a Top 40 hit, peaking at No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 22 on the Adult Contemporary chart in May 1980, Last was somewhat more successful on the singles charts


1981

Terri Gibbs - This song was a crossover hit upon its 1981 release, reaching No. 8 on the U.S. country charts, No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 3 on the Adult Contemporary charts


1982

Joan Jett - The new single was a re-recording of the title track, "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" originally written and recorded by Arrows, which in the first half of 1982 was number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks in a row

 

Toni Basil - Issued on Chrysalis Records in September 1982, the song knocked Lionel Richie from No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in December


1984

Deborah Allen - " The first single from the album became Allen's signature song, "Baby I Lied," which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard country chart and crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 26 in January 1984


1985

Teena Marie - It yielded her biggest hit "Lovergirl", which peaked at No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in March 1985


1986

Regina Richards - She is best known for her hit "Baby Love," which reached Number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1986


1987

Bill Medley - In 1987 his duet with Jennifer Warnes, " The Time of My Life", was included on the "Dirty Dancing" soundtrack album, and the single reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100

 

Brenda K. Starr - Starr's eponymous sophomore LP, released in 1987 on MCA, included, what is considered her signature song, the power ballad "I Still Believe", which peaked at number 13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, becoming Starr's first and only top twenty single on the Hot 100


1988

Terry Melcher - Recorded by The Beach Boys, the song was featured in the 1988 Tom Cruise film "Cocktail", and hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100


1990

During the 1990s, a growing trend in the music industry was to promote songs to radio without ever releasing them as singles add something

 

Musicians eventually expressed their creative output in the form of full-length albums rather than singles, and by the 1990s many record companies stopped releasing singles altogether add something

 

Particularly in the 1990s, many of the most heavily played MTV and radio hits were unavailable for separate purchase add something

 

The ongoing splintering of Top 40 radio in the early 1990s led stations to lean into specific formats, meaning that practically no station would play the wide array of genres that typically composed each weekly Hot 100 chart add something

 

Rod Stewart - The lead single "It Takes Two" with Tina Turner, was released in 1990 in advance of the album's release, and reached number five on the UK charts, but did not chart in the U.S. The followup songs from Vagabond Heart both reached the Billboard Hot 100 in 1991, with "Rhythm of My Heart" peaking at No. 5 and "The Motown Song" peakng at No. 10

 

David A. Stewart - The single reached the UK Top 10 and peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1990

 

Paul Simon - Released on October 1990, the album received excellent critical reviews and achieved very respectable sales, peaking at 4 in the US and No. 1 in the UK. The lead single, "The Obvious Child", featuring the Grupo Cultural Olodum, was a Top 20 hit in the UK and appeared near the bottom of the Billboard Hot 100.


1991

Chris DeGarmo - He was the sole writer for the band's 1991 hit "Silent Lucidity," which reached the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, was "'Grammy nominated"' in two categories at the 1992 *awards, and earned the guitarist a BMI songwriter's *award

 

Martin McCarrick - His biggest hit with the band was in 1991 with the single "Kiss Them For Me" which reached the number twenty-three in the Billboard Hot 100

 

Michael W. Smith - His biggest success in mainstream music was in 1991 when "Place in this World" hit No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100

 

This relationship ended on November 30, 1991, as "American Top 40" started using the airplay-only side of the Hot 100 add something


1993

Regina Belle - The song hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and won the Grammy *award in 1993 for "Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal as well as a "Best Song" Oscar in the same year


1994

Meshell Ndegeocello - Her only other Billboard Hot 100 hit besides "Wild Night" has been her self-penned "If That's Your Boyfriend (He Wasn't Last Night)", which peaked at 73 in 1994.

 

Masta Ace - The latter featured an unlisted remix titled "Born to Roll", which became a crossover single in 1994, peaking at 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.


1995

During the first 40 years of the rock era, no song had ever debuted at number one; since a 1995 change in methodology, 19 songs have add something

 

Dionne Farris - In 1995, she had a solo hit single called "I Know", which hit number four on the Billboard Hot 100 and was nominated for the Grammy *award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1996, and in 1997, she had another called "Hopeless" from the "Love Jones" soundtrack


1996

R. Kelly - In 1996, Kelly released one of his most successful singles with "I Believe I Can Fly", an inspirational song originally released on the soundtrack for the film Space Jam. "I Believe I Can Fly" reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 1 on the UK charts for three weeks and won three Grammy Awards in 1998.

 

Kurtis Blow - In 1996, fellow rapper Nas debuted at 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with a cover version of the song.


1998

Brenda K. Starr - In 1998, Mariah Carey covered the song, which peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified platinum by the RIAA

 

Terri Clark - When released as a single the song became Clark's highest charting single in the United States since 1998's "You're Easy on the Eyes" and is to date Clark's highest appearance on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 27

 

Since the Hot 100 was based on singles sales, as singles have themselves become a less common form of song release, the Hot 100's data represented a narrowing segment of sales until the December 1998 change in the ranking formula add something

 

Strategies like these were the main reason behind the December 1998 change in the charts add something

 

This was the first major overhaul of the Hot 100's chart formula since December 1998 add something

 

However, on December 5, 1998 the Hot 100 changed from being a "singles" chart to a "songs" chart add something


1999

Jessica Simpson - Simpson released her first single, "I Wanna Love You Forever", which peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1999, and reached the top ten in ten countries.


2000

Christina Milian - The song was released as the album's lead single in 2000, peaking at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, and in the top 30 of the UK Singles Chart.


2002

Lilian Garcia - García's first single, "Shout", debuted at No. 69 on the "Billboard Hot 100" in October 2002


2003

"Billboard" initially started tracking downloads in 2003 with the Hot Digital Tracks chart add something

 

Jessi Colter - Zimmerman, Keith and Kent , "The Very Best of Jessi Colter, retrieved 8-8-08 The song was Colter's breakthrough single, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Country Chart and peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Pop Chart, becoming a crossover hit in 1975


2004

Mannie Fresh - In 2004, he released his own debut solo album The Mind of Mannie Fresh, which consisted of 30 tracks and featured the single “Real Big,” which peaked at 72 on the Billboard Hot 100.


2005

Bo Bice - In 2005, Bice charted at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 with a rendition of "Inside Your Heaven

 

A new chart, the Pop 100, was created by "Billboard" in February 2005 to answer criticism that the Hot 100 was biased in favor of rhythmic songs, as throughout most of its existence, the Hot 100 was seen predominantly as a pop chart add something

 

Since February 12, 2005, the "Billboard" Hot 100 tracks paid digital downloads from such internet services as $iTunes (iTunes_Store), Musicmatch, and Rhapsody add something

 

Rihanna - Her debut single, "Pon de Replay", was released on August 22, 2005 and charted highly across the world, peaking at number two on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the UK Singles Chart


2006

Since 2006, the all-time record for the biggest single-week upward movement was broken nine times add something

 

Rodney King - In 2006, Lil Wayne collaborated with rapper Birdman for the album "Like Father, Like Son", whose first single "Stuntin' Like My Daddy", reached No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100

 

Jessica Simpson - The song peaked at number fourteen on the Billboard Hot 100 and won a People's Choice Award for Favorite Song from a Movie, in 2006.

 

Mario Vazquez - His first single Gallery was released in May 2006, and reached number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart

 

Jason Aldean - His seventh consecutive Top 40 hit on the country charts, it is his first Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, and became his second number-one hit, and his first since "Why" in May 2006


2007

T-Pain - In two weeks in late 2007, T-Pain was featured on four top ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart

 

Mat Kearney - It peaked at No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100, week of February 10, 2007

 

Bjork - The first single from the album, "Earth Intruders," was released digitally on 9 April 2007 and became her second-ever Billboard Hot 100 entry in the United States

 

The Canadian Hot 100 was launched June 16, 2007 add something

 

In the issue dated August 11, 2007, Billboard began incorporating weekly data from streaming media and on-demand services into the Hot 100 add something


2008

Phil Collins - In 2008, Collins was ranked the 22nd most successful artist on the "The Billboard Hot 100 Top All-Time Artists"

 

Rod Stewart - In 2008, "Billboard" magazine ranked him the 17th most successful artist on the "The Billboard Hot 100 Top All-Time Artists"

 

Dr. Luke - Luke contributed two songs to Katy Perry's debut album, Hot 100 number one, "I Kissed a Girl" and "Hot n Cold", as well as three songs to Britney Spears' 2008 album, "Circus", including the title track

 

Pink (singer) - Pink's fifth album, "Funhouse", was released in late 2008 and was preceded by her first solo number one on the "Billboard" Hot 100, "So What"

 

The Japan Hot 100 was launched in the issue dated May 31, 2008, using the same methodologies as the Hot 100 charts for the U.S. and Canada, utilizing sales and airplay data from SoundScan Japan and radio tracking service Plantech add something

 

T.I. - The official lead single was "Whatever You Like," released in July 2008, and became his most successful single of his career so far, breaking the record for the highest jump to number one on the Billboard Hot 100, jumping from number 71 to number one.

 

Chubby Checker - In September 2008 "The Twist" topped Billboard's list of the most popular singles to have appeared in the Hot 100 since its debut in 1958

 

Luis Fonsi - Luis Fonsi cracked the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time in September 2008 with his song "No Me Doy Por Vencido", debuting at number 98 and peaking at number 92


2009

Waka Flocka Flame - Waka Flocka Flame came to fame with his breakthrough single "O Let's Do It" in 2009, which peaked at 62 on the Billboard Hot 100.

 

Will.i.am - In March 2009, Will announced plans for The Black Eyed Peas to return, and within months, their comeback single, "Boom Boom Pow", had reached 1 on the UK Singles Chart and Billboard Hot 100.

 

It was discontinued in June 2009 due to the charts becoming increasingly similar add something

 

Justin Bieber - The song reached number 12 on the Canadian Hot 100 during its first week of release in July 2009, and later peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100.


2010

Dizzee Rascal - On the week of 14 October 2010, Dizzee made his first appearance on the US "Billboard" Hot 100 after the song peaked number 32

 

Ricky Martin - Martin's single, "The Best Thing About Me Is You" featuring Joss Stone premiered on November 2, 2010 and peaked at number seventy-four on the Billboard Hot 100


2011

One example of this is "We Found Love" which spent eight weeks at number one in 2011 , but was only ranked 69 on the 2011 year-end chart add something

 

Busta Rhymes - In 2011, Rhymes recorded "Look at Me Now" with Chris Brown and Lil Wayne on Brown's fourth album, F.A.M.E., the song has received favorable reviews regarding Rhymes guest verse on the song, and is his highest chart entry on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number six, while reaching number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, becoming his first 1 on that chart.

 

Dr. Dre - Tunes on February 1, 2011, and peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming his first top-ten single as lead artist on the chart since "Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')" in 1993, and making it his second highest peak on the chart ever as lead artist, behind only "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang" which peaked at number 2 in 1993.

 

Dr. Luke - As of January 2011, he has garnered 21 Top 40 "Billboard" Hot 100 singles, becoming the producer with the third most such hits since the charts were created


2012

John Lennon - As of 2012 Lennon's solo album sales in the United States exceed 14 million units, and as writer, co-writer or performer, he is responsible for 25 number-one singles on the US Hot 100 chart

 

Vangelis - The soundtrack's single, "Titles", reached the top of the American Billboard Hot 100 chart and was used as the background music at the London 2012 Olympics winners' medal presentation ceremonies

 

Adele (singer) - On the week ending 3 March 2012, Adele became the first solo female artist to have three singles in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time, and the first female artist to have two albums in the top 5 of the Billboard 200 and two singles in the top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously

 

Dr. Luke - On the week ending March 3, 2012, Luke's co-production for Katy Perry, "Part of Me" became the 20th song to debut atop the Billboard Hot 100

 

On March 24, 2012, Billboard premiered its On-Demand Songs chart, and its data was incorporated into the equation that compiles the Hot 100 add something

 

Drake (entertainer) - The fifth single from "Take Care", "HYFR " was released on April 24, 2012 and was the least-successful single from the album, peaking only at No. 62 on the Billboard Hot 100

 

Rodney King - He passed Elvis Presley as the male with the most entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with 109 songs as of September 27, 2012


2013

This was expanded to a broader Streaming Songs chart in January 2013, which ranks web radio streams from services such as Spotify and MySpace, as well as on-demand audio titles add something

 

In February 2013, U.S. views for a song on YouTube were added to the Hot 100 formula add something


2015

This modified tracking schedule took effect in the issue dated July 25, 2015 add something


2017

As of the issue for the week ending on May 20, 2017, the Hot 100 has had 1,064 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 3, 2017, the Hot 100 has had 1,065 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 8, 2017, the Hot 100 has had 1,065 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 26, 2017, the Hot 100 has had 1,065 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on September 9, 2017, the Hot 100 has had 1,065 different number one hits add something


2018

As of the issue for the week ending on January 3, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,069 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on January 6, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,069 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on January 13, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,069 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on January 20, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,069 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on February 3, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on February 10, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on February 17, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on February 24, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 10, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 17, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 24, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 31, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on April 7, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on April 14, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,071 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on April 21, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,072 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on April 28, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,072 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on May 5, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,072 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on May 12, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,072 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on May 19, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,073 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on May 26, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,073 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 2, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,073 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 9, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,073 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 16, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,074 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 23, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,074 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 30, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,075 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 7, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,076 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 14, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,076 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 21, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 28, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 4, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 11, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 18, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 25, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on September 1, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on September 8, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on September 15, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on September 22, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,077 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on September 29, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,078 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on October 6, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,078 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on October 13, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,078 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on October 20, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,078 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on October 27, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,078 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on November 3, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,078 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on November 10, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,078 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on November 17, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,079 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on November 24, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,079 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on December 1, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,079 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on December 8, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,080 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on December 15, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,080 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on December 22, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,080 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on December 29, 2018, the Hot 100 has had 1,080 different number one hits add something


2019

As of the issue for the week ending on January 5, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,080 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on January 12, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,081 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on January 19, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,082 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on January 26, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,082 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on February 2, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,083 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on February 9, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,083 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on February 16, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,083 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 2, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,083 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 9, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,084 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 16, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,085 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 23, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,085 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on March 30, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,085 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on April 6, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,085 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on April 13, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on April 20, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on April 27, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on May 4, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on May 11, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one hits add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on May 18, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on May 25, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 1, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 8, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 15, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 22, 2019, the Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on June 29, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 6, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 13, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 20, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on July 27, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 3, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 10, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 17, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,086 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 24, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,087 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on August 31, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,088 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on September 7, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,089 different number one entries add something

 

As of the issue for the week ending on September 14, 2019, the "Billboard" Hot 100 has had 1,089 different number one entries add something