May 2015 top songs

May 2015 top songs DEFAULT

List of Billboard Hot number ones of

"Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson(pictured) featuring Bruno Marsspent fourteen weeks at number one, becoming the second longest-running number-one single since the chart's inception in It later ranked as the best-performing single of the year.

The Billboard Hot is a chart that ranks the best-performing singles of the United States. Its data, compiled by Nielsen SoundScan and published by Billboard magazine, is based collectively on each single's weekly physical and digital sales, as well as airplay and streaming.

During , eight singles reached number one on the Hot ; a ninth single, "Blank Space" by Taylor Swift, began its run at number one in November [1] Of those nine number-one singles, three were collaborations. In total, ten acts topped the chart as either lead or featured artists, with six—Mark Ronson, Charlie Puth, Kendrick Lamar, Omi, The Weeknd and Justin Bieber—achieving their first Hot number-one single. Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk" was the longest-running number-one of the year, leading the chart for fourteen weeks; it subsequently topped the Billboard Year-End Hot [2]

Chart history

Adele(pictured)'s "Hello" debuted at number one, becoming the twenty-fourth song to do so, and the fourth Adele song to top the BillboardHot
Best performing single of Indicates best-performing single of

See also

References

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  2. ^Caulfield, Keith (December 9, ). "The Year in Pop One Direction, 'Frozen,' & Pharrell Dominate". Billboard.com. Retrieved December 10,
  3. ^"January 3, ". Billboard Hot .
  4. ^Trust, Gary (December 24, ). "Taylor Swift Tops Hot for Sixth Week". Billboard. Retrieved December 24,
  5. ^"January 10, ". Billboard Hot .
  6. ^Trust, Gary (December 31, ). "Taylor Swift Helps Tie Record Streak for Women Atop Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved December 31,
  7. ^"January 17, ". Billboard Hot .
  8. ^Trust, Gary (January 7, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Top Hot With 'Uptown Funk!'". Billboard. Retrieved January 7,
  9. ^"January 24, ". Billboard Hot .
  10. ^Trust, Gary (January 14, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars No. 1 on Hot for Second Week With 'Uptown Funk!'". Billboard. Retrieved January 14,
  11. ^"January 31, ". Billboard Hot .
  12. ^Trust, Gary (January 21, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Top Hot , Maroon 5 Debuts at No. 8". Billboard. Retrieved January 21,
  13. ^"February 7, ". Billboard Hot .
  14. ^Trust, Gary (January 28, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Rule Hot , Fall Out Boy Hits Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 28,
  15. ^"February 14, ". Billboard Hot .
  16. ^Trust, Gary (February 4, ). "Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars Top Hot ; Rihanna, Kanye West & Paul McCartney Near Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved February 4,
  17. ^"February 21, ". Billboard Hot .
  18. ^Trust, Gary (February 11, ). "Rihanna, Kanye West, Paul McCartney & Ellie Goulding Hit Hot 's Top 10; Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Still No. 1". Billboard. Retrieved February 11,
  19. ^"February 28, ". Billboard Hot .
  20. ^Trust, Gary (February 18, ). "Bruno Mars Scores Longest Hot Reign, Taylor Swift Hits Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved February 18,
  21. ^"March 7, ". Billboard Hot .
  22. ^Trust, Gary (February 25, ). "Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars Top Hot Again; The Weeknd Enters Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved February 25,
  23. ^"March 14, ". Billboard Hot .
  24. ^Trust, Gary (March 4, ). "Pitbull & Ne-Yo Enter Hot Top 10; Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars No. 1 Again". Billboard. Retrieved March 4,
  25. ^"March 21, ". Billboard Hot .
  26. ^Trust, Gary (March 11, ). "Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars Notch 10th Week Atop Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved March 11,
  27. ^"March 28, ". Billboard Hot .
  28. ^Trust, Gary (March 18, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Lead Hot ; Sam Smith, Fetty Wap Hit Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved March 18,
  29. ^"April 4, ". Billboard Hot .
  30. ^Trust, Gary (March 25, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Top Hot for 12th Week; Flo Rida Reaches Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved March 25,
  31. ^"April 11, ". Billboard Hot .
  32. ^Trust, Gary (April 1, ). "Uptown Funk Is Longest-Leading Hot No. 1 of the s". Billboard. Retrieved April 1,
  33. ^"April 18, ". Billboard Hot .
  34. ^Trust, Gary (April 8, ). "'Uptown Funk' Ties for Second-Longest-Leading Hot No. 1 of All Time". Billboard. Retrieved April 8,
  35. ^"April 25, ". Billboard Hot .
  36. ^Trust, Gary (April 15, ). "Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' Knocks 'Uptown Funk' Off No. 1 on Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved April 15,
  37. ^"May 2, ". Billboard Hot .
  38. ^Trust, Gary (April 22, ). "Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' Tops Hot for Second Week". Billboard. Retrieved April 22,
  39. ^"May 9, ". Billboard Hot .
  40. ^Trust, Gary (April 29, ). "Wiz Khalifa Rules Hot , Jason Derulo Hits Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved April 29,
  41. ^"May 16, ". Billboard Hot .
  42. ^Trust, Gary (May 6, ). "Wiz Khalifa Tops Hot , T-Wayne Whips Into Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved May 6,
  43. ^"May 23, ". Billboard Hot .
  44. ^Trust, Gary (May 13, ). "Wiz Khalifa Leads Hot , Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea Debut". Billboard. Retrieved May 13,
  45. ^"May 30, ". Billboard Hot .
  46. ^Trust, Gary (May 20, ). "Wiz Khalifa Tops Hot , Taylor Swift Re-Enters Following BBMAs Video Premiere". Billboard. Retrieved May 20,
  47. ^"June 6, ". Billboard Hot .
  48. ^Trust, Gary (May 27, ). "Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' Blasts to No. 1 on Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved May 27,
  49. ^"June 13, ". Billboard Hot .
  50. ^Trust, Gary (June 3, ). "Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' Replaces Taylor Swift at No. 1 on Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved June 3,
  51. ^"June 20, ". Billboard Hot .
  52. ^Trust, Gary (June 10, ). "Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' Stays at No. 1 on Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved June 10,
  53. ^"June 27, ". Billboard Hot .
  54. ^Trust, Gary (June 17, ). "Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' No. 1 on Hot , OMI's 'Cheerleader' Hits Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved June 17,
  55. ^"July 4, ". Billboard Hot .
  56. ^Trust, Gary (June 24, ). "Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' Leads Hot for 10th Week". Billboard. Retrieved June 24,
  57. ^"July 11, ". Billboard Hot .
  58. ^Trust, Gary (July 1, ). "Wiz Khalifa No. 1 on Hot 'Again,' Selena Gomez Debuts at No. 9". Billboard. Retrieved July 1,
  59. ^"July 18, ". Billboard Hot .
  60. ^Trust, Gary (July 8, ). "Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' Ties for Longest-Leading Rap No. 1 on Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved July 8,
  61. ^"July 25, ". Billboard Hot .
  62. ^Trust, Gary (July 13, ). "OMI's 'Cheerleader' Leaps to No. 1 on Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved July 13,
  63. ^"August 1, ". Billboard Hot .
  64. ^Trust, Gary (July 20, ). "OMI's 'Cheerleader' Tops Hot , The Weeknd Closes In". Billboard. Retrieved July 20,
  65. ^"August 8, ". Billboard Hot .
  66. ^Pietroluongo, Silvio (July 27, ). "OMI's 'Cheerleader' No. 1 for Third Week on Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved July 27,
  67. ^"August 15, ". Billboard Hot .
  68. ^Trust, Gary (August 3, ). "OMI's 'Cheerleader' No. 1 on Hot for Fourth Week". Billboard. Retrieved August 3,
  69. ^"August 22, ". Billboard Hot .
  70. ^Trust, Gary (August 10, ). "The Weeknd Tops Hot With 'Can't Feel My Face,' One Direction Debuts at No. 3". Billboard. Retrieved August 10,
  71. ^"August 29, ". Billboard Hot .
  72. ^Trust, Gary (August 17, ). "OMI's 'Cheerleader' Back to No. 1 on Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved August 18,
  73. ^"September 5, ". Billboard Hot .
  74. ^Trust, Gary (August 24, ). "OMI No. 1 on Hot for Sixth Week". Billboard. Retrieved August 24,
  75. ^"September 12, ". Billboard Hot .
  76. ^Trust, Gary (August 31, ). "The Weeknd's 'Face' Back Atop Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved August 31,
  77. ^"September 19, ". Billboard Hot .
  78. ^Trust, Gary (September 8, ). "Justin Bieber Scores First Hot No. 1 With Debut of 'What Do You Mean?'". Billboard. Retrieved September 8,
  79. ^"September 26, ". Billboard Hot .
  80. ^Trust, Gary (September 14, ). "The Weeknd Nos. 1 & 2 on Hot With 'Can't Feel My Face' & 'The Hills'". Billboard. Retrieved September 14,
  81. ^"October 3, ". Billboard Hot .
  82. ^Trust, Gary (September 21, ). "The Weeknd Replaces Himself Atop Hot as 'The Hills' Hits No. 1". Billboard. Retrieved September 21,
  83. ^"October 10, ". Billboard Hot .
  84. ^Trust, Gary (September 28, ). "The Weeknd Holds Atop Hot , Taylor Swift Hits Top 10 With 'Wildest Dreams'". Billboard. Retrieved September 28,
  85. ^"October 17, ". Billboard Hot .
  86. ^Trust, Gary (October 5, ). "The Weeknd No. 1 on Hot Again, Shawn Mendes Earns First Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved October 5,
  87. ^"October 24, ". Billboard Hot .
  88. ^Trust, Gary (October 12, ). "The Weeknd No. 1 on Hot , Drake's 'Hotline Bling' Bounds to No. 2". Billboard. Retrieved October 12,
  89. ^"October 31, ". Billboard Hot .
  90. ^Trust, Gary (October 19, ). "The Weeknd's 'The Hills' No. 1 on Hot for Fifth Week". Billboard. Retrieved October 19,
  91. ^"November 7, ". Billboard Hot .
  92. ^Trust, Gary (October 26, ). "The Weeknd Tops Hot ; Adele No. 1 Next Week?". Billboard. Retrieved October 26,
  93. ^"November 14, ". Billboard Hot .
  94. ^Trust, Gary (November 2, ). "Adele No. 1 on Hot , Justin Bieber Debuts at No. 2 With 'Sorry'". Billboard. Retrieved November 2,
  95. ^"November 21, ". Billboard Hot .
  96. ^Trust, Gary (November 9, ). "Adele's 'Hello' Tops Hot for Second Week; Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor Hit Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved November 10,
  97. ^"November 28, ". Billboard Hot .
  98. ^Trust, Gary (November 16, ). "Adele's 'Hello' Leads Hot for Third Week, Is Fastest Radio Songs No. 1 in 22 Years". Billboard. Retrieved November 16,
  99. ^"December 5, ". Billboard Hot .
  100. ^Trust, Gary (November 23, ). "Adele Tops Hot for Fourth Week; Justin Bieber, Alessia Cara Hit Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved November 23,
  101. ^"December 12, ". Billboard Hot .
  102. ^Trust, Gary (November 30, ). "Adele's 'Hello' Leads Hot for Fifth Week". Billboard. Retrieved November 30,
  103. ^"December 19, ". Billboard Hot .
  104. ^Trust, Gary (December 7, ). "Adele's 'Hello' Leads Hot for Sixth Week, Selena Gomez Goes Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved December 7,
  105. ^"December 26, ". Billboard Hot .
  106. ^Trust, Gary (December 14, ). "Adele Matches Longest Hot Reign With Seventh Week at No. 1 for 'Hello'". Billboard. Retrieved December 15,

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Listen to the Best Songs of playlist by Andy Langer on Spotify

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Snoop Dogg, "Awake"

Because this boast doubles as a bona fide health advisory: "Do not try to get higher than me."

The Bad Plus Joshua Redman, "Dirty Blonde"

Because as with a turbulent flight that wraps up with a perfectly executed landing, the way this gracefully touches down in the final seconds, you'll find yourself having to fight off the instinct to stand in front of the speaker and clap.

Bhi Bhiman, "Up in Arms"

Because it's part biography, part protest song, written in the voice of Huey P. Newton. And this time, because Baltimore.

Faith No More, "Superhero"

Because, no surprise, it's pretty much a suite—at least four songs shoehorned in one, each prototypically intense, trippy, and surprisingly easy to chant along with.

My Morning Jacket, "Get the Point"

Because gorgeous My Morning Jacket > bombastic My Morning Jacket. Then, now, and probably forever.

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Shamir, "Darker"

Because everyone holds a secret that eventually gets harder and harder to hide. But mostly because early Prince.

Rhett Miller, "Most in the Summertime"

Because this should have been near the top of our 40 Songs You Need to Hear for Summer playlist. Esquire regrets the error. (P.S. We also regret that Matt Nathanson's "Gold in the Summertime" was released past our deadline.)

Patrick Watson, "Grace"

Because reports of Ziggy Stardust's death have been greatly exaggerated.

Lyrics Born, "$ir Racha"

Because the rare combination of nimbleness and swagger. And because this line: "Twenty-piece funkband, keys, bass, drumtrack, strings, brass, love that Japanese frontman."

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Mumford & Sons, "Believe"

Because Mumford The back half of this tune may well represent the ballsiest, brawniest reinvention since Radiohead's Kid A.

Chris Stapleton, "Sometimes I Cry"

Because you can continue to share the Six-Song Country Mashup and pretend to still be outraged by bro-country. Or, you could share Chris Stapleton's Traveller with every friend you have, especially the ones who have posted the Six-Song Country Mashup. His voice, like the songs themselves, merges guts, gravel, and suppleness. And on this live-to-tape album-closer, it winds up he's pretty deft at gut-wrenching, chicken-wire barroom blues, too.

The Word, "You Brought the Sunshine"

Because it's so easy to visualize the exact moment of unbridled joy when Robert Randolph kicks the chair out from his pedal steel to hover over it and dance.

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The Top 40 biggest songs of on the Official Chart

It dominated the dancefloor throughout the year, so it was only natural Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk is the biggest song of

The track, which features Bruno Mars, notched up a combined sales and streaming total of million to finish at the top of the chart. The song’s total combined sales since its release in November stood at million at year-end.

Uptown Funk proved unstoppable throughout the year. As well as spending a total of seven weeks at Number 1, the track logged 39 weeks in the Top 40 before finally exiting in October. View Uptown Funk and the rest of Mark Ronson’s chart history here.

MORE: The Official Top 40 Biggest Albums of revealed

Ronson fended off competition from several hugely successful tracks to top the year-end chart, which included 17 Number 1s in the total Top

Finishing at Number 2 was OMI’s Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix). The summer smash first entered the Official Singles Chart at Number 96 in January and steadily scaled the tally for 14 weeks until its April impact date, eventually reaching the summit in May and staying for four consecutive weeks. Cheerleader finished with a total of million across downloads and streaming equivalent sales.

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Taking third place was Hozier’s Take Me To Church with million combined sales. The stirring soul-blues track racked up huge sales over the year despite never reaching Number 1, peaking at 2 for four consecutive weeks after a week climb inside the Top

At Number 4 Ellie Goulding’s Love Me Like You Do, from smash hit movie 50 Shades Of Grey, which topped the chart for four weeks – holding Hozier off the top spot for three of them – back in February. By the end of , the song notched up million combined sales.

Rounding off the end of year Top 5 was Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again. The Fast & Furious 7 tribute to actor Paul Walker, which topped the Official Singles Chart for two weeks in April, finished close behind Goulding on million sales and streams. It was also the first of two entries for the song’s guest star and co-writer Charlie Puth, who placed at 34 with his Meghan Trainor collaboration Marvin Gaye.

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Despite being released little over two months before the end of the year, Adele’s Hello landed in sixth place in the list with million combined sales. The track smashed Official Chart records upon its release, being the biggest Number 1 single in three years and setting a new one-week streaming record. View Hello’s full UK chart run here.

Further down the tally, Justin Bieber made four entries in the Top 40, with two falling in the Top What Do You Mean is at 9 with , combined sales and Sorry finishes at 10, racking up , His Skillex and Diplo collaboration Where Are U Now came in at 15 on , chart sales, and his most recent chart-topper Love Yourself is at Number 24, with a total of ,

was an incredible year for Bieber on the Official Chart. Among his many achievements, he scored his first UK Number 1 with What Do You Mean, logging 10 weeks at the top across those three Number 1s, and he became the first living artist to score eight Top 40 entries following the release of album Purpose. See where all his songs and albums have charted in the UK here.

Ed Sheeran landed three entries, with Thinking Out Loud finishing the highest at Number 12, with , combined sales across the year; Jess Glynne also managed three, led by Hold My Hand at 14 with , combined sales; and The Weeknd also scored a trio of entries, headed up by Can’t Feel My Face on , combined sales at

The Official Top 40 Biggest Songs of appear below. See the full Top

1UPTOWN FUNKMARK RONSON FEAT BRUNO MARS
2CHEERLEADER (FELIX JAEHN REMIX)OMI
3TAKE ME TO CHURCHHOZIER
4LOVE ME LIKE YOU DOELLIE GOULDING
5SEE YOU AGAINWIZ KHALIFA FEAT CHARLIE PUTH
6HELLOADELE
7LEAN ONMAJOR LAZER FEAT MO & DJ SNAKE
8HOLD BACK THE RIVERJAMES BAY
9WHAT DO YOU MEANJUSTIN BIEBER
10SORRYJUSTIN BIEBER
11KINGYEARS & YEARS
12THINKING OUT LOUDED SHEERAN
13SUGARMAROON 5
14HOLD MY HANDJESS GLYNNE
15WHERE ARE U NOWSKRILLEX & DIPLO/JUSTIN BIEBER
16WANT TO WANT MEJASON DERULO
17ARE YOU WITH MELOST FREQUENCIES
18FOURFIVE SECONDSRIHANNA/KANYE WEST/MCCARTNEY
19SHUT UP & DANCEWALK THE MOON
20HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVECALVIN HARRIS & DISCIPLES
21CAN'T FEEL MY FACEWEEKND
22FIRESTONEKYGO FEAT CONRAD SEWELL
23TRAP QUEENFETTY WAP
24LOVE YOURSELFJUSTIN BIEBER
25THE HILLSWEEKND
26EARNED ITWEEKND
27BLACK MAGICLITTLE MIX
28WISH YOU WERE MINEPHILIP GEORGE
29PHOTOGRAPHED SHEERAN
30THE NIGHTSAVICII
31RUNAWAY (U & I)GALANTIS
32ELASTIC HEARTSIA
33BLOODSTREAMED SHEERAN
34MARVIN GAYECHARLIE PUTH FEAT MEGHAN TRAINOR
35UPOLLY MURS FEAT DEMI LOVATO
36NOT LETTING GOTINIE TEMPAH FEAT JESS GLYNNE
37SHINEYEARS & YEARS
38AYOCHRIS BROWN & TYGA
39DON'T BE SO HARD ON YOURSELFJESS GLYNNE
40HOTLINE BLINGDRAKE

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This Week's Top 10 (10th May )

  1. Lean On Mo

    1. Major Lazer - 'Lean On'

    This is undoubtedly one of the catchiest songs of (we even try to sing along to the chorus!). Major Lazer has really outdone himself with this HUGE tune.

  2. Iggy Azalea Trouble Video

    2. 9. Iggy Azalea feat. Jennifer Hudson - 'Trouble'

    Perfect vocals and signature Iggy verses, what's not to love about this track? The duo spend another week in the top ten of the freshest chart around.

  3. Galantis

    3. 8. Galantis - 'Runaway (U & I)'

    NEW ENTRY: Swedish EDM group Galantis score their first top ten single with 'Runaway (U & I)' and we are loving it!

  4. Jess Glynne

    4. 7. Jess Glynne - 'Hold My Hand'

    The flame haired songstress is in the chart for an EIGTH week in a row, wow. Jess has already been to the top with this single and doesn't look like leaving the top ten soon.

  5. Justin Bieber MET Ball

    5. 6. Skrillex & Diplo feat. Justin Bieber - 'Where Are Ü Now'

    Justin's heavenly vocals on this DJ masterpiece is PERFECT. We can't help but get up and dance whenever this is on…even on a packed train…#SorryNotSorry. Picture: Getty

  6. Blonde

    6. 5. Blonde - 'All Cried out'

    They stormed into the top ten last weekend only hours after releasing 'All Cried Out' and it looks like their stay is going to be a permanent one after making it two weeks in a row.

  7. Carly rae jepsen

    7. 4. Carly Rae Jepsen - 'I Really Like You'

    The super catchy 'I Really Like You' has never reached the No.1 spot however it has stayed in the top 5 since it was released three weeks ago.

  8. Wiz Khalifa Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festiva

    8. 3. Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth - 'See You Again'

    Wiz spent THREE weeks at No.1 with this 'Furious 7' single however was knocked off the top by Omi's 'Cheerleader' after a tense battle at the top. The song has now dropped down to No

  9. lunch money press

    9. 2. LunchMoney Lewis - 'Bills'

    Congratulations LunchMoney Lewis! Just hours after its release 'Bills' has rocketed into the top two tracks and we don't blame you for downloading it, what a song.

  10. Omi

    1. Omi - 'Cheerleader'

    Wooo! Omi keeps a hold of the top spot for a second week running. The Jamaican star is working on his album which is due out next year (we know, it's a long wait but we'll survive).Picture: Getty

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Top songs 2015 may

List of Billboard Hot top-ten singles in

The first five singles from Taylor Swift's fifth studio album were in the top ten in , giving her most top ten hits in the year.

This is a list of singles that charted in the top ten of the Billboard Hot , an all-genre singles chart, in

During , Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" (featuring Bruno Mars) spent 31 weeks in the top 10, becoming the single with the longest run in the top 10 of and the second longest running top 10 single of all time.[1]Taylor Swift received five top 10 hits during the year, all from her fifth studio album . The Weeknd and Justin Bieber followed her with four, with Fetty Wap and Meghan Trainor receiving three.

Top-ten singles[edit]

Key
  • &#;Up-arrow&#; – indicates single's top 10 entry was also its Hot debut
  • &#;dagger&#; – indicates best performing song of the year
  • (#) - year-end top 10 single position and rank

peaks[edit]

Main article: List of Billboard Hot top-ten singles in

peaks[edit]

Main article: List of Billboard Hot top-ten singles in

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending January 3, [59]
B The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending January 10, [60]
C The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending January 24, [3]
D The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending May 2, [14]
E The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending May 23, [61]
F The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending May 30, [21]
G The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending August 29, [30]
H The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending September 5, [33]
I The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending September 19, [36]
J The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending December 12, [44]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdTrust, Gary (July 1, ). "Wiz Khalifa No. 1 on Hot 'Again,' Selena Gomez Debuts at No. 9". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Jul. 11, ]
  2. ^ abcTrust, Gary (November 19, ). "Taylor Swift Makes Hot History With 'Blank Space'". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Nov. 29, ]
  3. ^ abTrust, Gary (January 14, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars No. 1 on Hot for Second Week With 'Uptown Funk!'". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Jan. 24, ]
  4. ^Trust, Gary (December 3, ). "Taylor Swift No. 1 on Hot , Selena Gomez, Mark Ronson Hit Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Dec. 13, ]
  5. ^Trust, Gary (January 7, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Top Hot With 'Uptown Funk!'". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Jan. 17, ]
  6. ^ abcTrust, Gary (December 17, ). "Taylor Swift Leads Billboard Hot , Ed Sheeran Soars to Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Dec. 27, ]
  7. ^ abTrust, Gary (January 21, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Top Hot , Maroon 5 Debuts at No. 8". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Jan. 31, ]
  8. ^ abcTrust, Gary (March 18, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Lead Hot ; Sam Smith, Fetty Wap Hit Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Mar. 28, ]
  9. ^Trust, Gary (January 28, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Rule Hot , Fall Out Boy Hits Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Feb. 7, ]
  10. ^ abTrust, Gary (February 11, ). "Rihanna, Kanye West, Paul McCartney & Ellie Goulding Hit Hot 's Top 10; Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Still No. 1". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Feb. 21, ]
  11. ^ abTrust, Gary (February 18, ). "Bruno Mars Scores Longest Hot Reign, Taylor Swift Hits Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Feb. 28, ]
  12. ^ abTrust, Gary (February 25, ). "Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars Top Hot Again; The Weeknd Enters Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Mar. 7, ]
  13. ^ abTrust, Gary (March 11, ). "Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars Notch 10th Week Atop Hot ". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Mar. 21, ]
  14. ^ abTrust, Gary (April 22, ). "Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' Tops Hot for Second Week". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: May 2, ]
  15. ^Trust, Gary (March 4, ). "Pitbull & Ne-Yo Enter Hot Top 10; Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars No. 1 Again". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Mar. 14, ]
  16. ^ abTrust, Gary (May 6, ). "Wiz Khalifa Tops Hot , T-Wayne Whips Into Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: May 16, ]
  17. ^Trust, Gary (March 25, ). "Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars Top Hot for 12th Week; Flo Rida Reaches Top 10". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Apr. 4, ]
  18. ^ abTrust, Gary (April 8, ). "'Uptown Funk' Ties for Second-Longest-Leading Hot No. 1 of All Time". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Apr. 18, ]
  19. ^Trust, Gary (April 1, ). "Uptown Funk Is Longest-Leading Hot No. 1 of the s". Billboard. Retrieved January 7, [Hot preview: Apr. 11, ]
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Only 57 songs have debuted at No. 1 in the history of the Billboard Hot — here they all are

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  • Only 57 songs have debuted on top of the Billboard Hot (out of more than 1, No. 1 songs).
  • "My Universe" by Coldplay and BTS is the latest song to achieve the rare feat.
  • The K-pop group now ties Ariana Grande and Drake for the most No. 1 debuts in history.
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1. "You Are Not Alone" by Michael Jackson

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The Hot is widely considered the definitive all-genre singles chart in the US. Although it was officially launched in , Billboard began using modern airplay and sales data in — allowing for more time-sensitive calculations and accurate rankings.

Although more than 1, songs have reached the coveted No. 1 spot, it's far more difficult for a song to debut in the top position; it typically means a much-promoted single has met high expectations, or at least that an artist is supported and beloved by a legion of fans.

Michael Jackson was the first-ever artist to accomplish this feat when "You Are Not Alone" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot chart dated September 2,

It was the second single from Jackson's ninth studio album "HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I."

2. "Fantasy" by Mariah Carey

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"Fantasy" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated September 30, It was the lead single from Carey's fifth studio album "Daydream."

3. "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" by Whitney Houston

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"Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated November 25, It was the lead single from the soundtrack for the film "Waiting to Exhale."

4. "One Sweet Day" by Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men

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"One Sweet Day" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated December 2, It was the second single from Carey's fifth studio album "Daydream."

5. "I'll Be Missing You" by Puff Daddy & Faith Evans, featuring

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"I'll Be Missing You" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated June 14, It was the second single from "No Way Out," the debut album from Diddy, then known as Puff Daddy.

6. "Honey" by Mariah Carey

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"Honey" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated September 13, It was the lead single from Carey's sixth studio album "Butterfly."

7. "Candle in the Wind /Something About The Way You Look Tonight" by Elton John

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"Candle in the Wind /Something About The Way You Look Tonight" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated October 11, The double A-side single later became the first song ever to be certified diamond.

8. "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion

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"My Heart Will Go On" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated February 28,

The famous ballad was written for the soundtrack of "Titanic" and served as the movie's main romantic theme. It was also released as a single from Dion's fifth English-language album "Let's Talk About Love."

9. "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" by Aerosmith

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"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated September 5, It was recorded for the film "Armageddon," starring Liv Tyler.

"Doo Wop (That Thing)" by Lauryn Hill

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"Doo Wop (That Thing)" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated November 14, It was the lead single from Hill's debut album "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill."

"This Is the Night" by Clay Aiken

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"This Is the Night" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated June 28, It was Aiken's debut single after competing on season two of "American Idol."

"I Believe" by Fantasia

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"I Believe" debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated July 10, It was Fantasia's debut single after winning season three of "American Idol."

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This Week's New Chart Songs (24th May )

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Here is your guide to the Vodafone Big Top 40's brand new entries that entered the chart on the Sunday's show.

We had an incredible TEN new entries on this weekend's show from pop royalty Taylor Swift all the way to British legendary rockers Muse. So sit back, press play and enjoy these brand new chart songs.

Starting at No and working our way up to the highest new entry we start with Wilkinson's collaborations with Thabo.

No Wilkinson feat. Thabo - 'Hopelessly Coping'

This track will no doubt get you in the party mood with its driving rhythm and top quality vocals. The single features Thabo (a.k.a Thabo And The Real Deal) an acoustic soul group from Huddersfield, UK.

No. Taylor Swift - 'Bad Blood' (Album Version)

We've all seen the blockbuster of a music video however the track's album version also had enough sales for it to enter near the foot of the chart on Sunday. However where did new Kendrick Lamar version end up?

No Muse - 'Mercy'

The British rock stalwarts are back with another killer track. They premiered the single live on the 9th May at the iHeartRadio theatre. 

No Sheppard - 'Geronimo'

The Australian six-piece made up of several family members burst into the chart this week with their super catchy song 'Geronimo'.

No Florence + The Machine - 'Delilah'

The FOURTH single from the bands new album 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful' written by Florence Welch and Isabella Summers entered above singles from Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor and Taylor Swift this weekend.

No Andie Case - 'Want To Want Me Mashup'

This cover of Jason Derulo's No.1 single 'Want To Want Me' was seen by millions when it went viral last week. So much so that it ACTUALLY entered the UK's freshest real-time chart, the Vodafone Big Top 40!

No Martin Garrix feat. Usher - 'Don't Look Down'

This is what you get when you put the world's youngest superstar DJ with one of the smoothest men in music. Martin Garrix & Usher are together to make this year's superpower in music.

No Måns Zelmerlöw - 'Heroes'

Sweden's entry into this year's Eurovision Song Contest not only walked away with Europe's grandest prize, a day later he scored a place in the top ten of the Big Top

No Taylor Swift feat. Kendrick Lamar - 'Bad Blood'

Here it is! Taylor Swift's record breaking music video for 'Bad Blood' has been the talking point of a LOT of chart fans this week. The blonde bombshell scored herself the No.3 spot just behind Omi's 'Cheerleader'.

No Jason Derulo - 'Want To Want Me'

Congratulations to Jason Derulo. The 'Trumpets' star grabbed the No.1 spot only hours after the song was released on iTunes.

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