It is a itemizing of Billboard Scorching 100 chart achievements by decade. A decade for these achievements is outlined as ten-year intervals from years ending in ‘0’ via years ending in ‘9’. Because the Scorching 100 was first revealed in Billboard journal within the challenge dated August 4, 1958, the primary decade of chart achievements ranges from that first challenge via the final challenge of 1969.

Artists by whole number-one singles[edit]

The next artists achieved a number of number-one singles throughout the 2020s.

Word: Artists with an equal variety of number-one singles are ordered chronologically.

Artists by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next artists topped the Scorching 100 for the very best cumulative variety of weeks throughout the 2020s.

Word: Artists with an equal variety of weeks are ordered chronologically.

Albums by whole primary singles[edit]

  • Word: The Weeknd album After Hours, had two number-one singles, with one within the 2010s decade, and one within the 2020s decade, however each situations are counted individually.

Songs by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next songs topped the Scorching 100 for the very best variety of weeks throughout the 2020s, up to now.

Word: Songs with an equal variety of weeks are ordered chronologically.

Rihanna has accrued 9 number-one singles and spent a complete of 41 weeks on the high of the Scorching 100, highest and second-highest totals within the 2010s respectively.

Artists by whole number-one singles[edit]

The next artists achieved three or extra number-one singles throughout the 2010s. A lot of artists had number-one singles on their very own in addition to a part of a collaboration.

Word: Artists with an equal variety of number-one singles are ordered chronologically.

Artists by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next artists topped the Scorching 100 for the very best cumulative variety of weeks throughout the 2010s. Some totals embody, partially or complete, weeks spent at primary as a part of a collaboration.

Word: Artists with an equal variety of weeks are ordered chronologically.

Albums by whole primary singles[edit]

  • Word: The Black Eyed Peas album The E.N.D., had three number-one singles, with two within the 2000s decade, and one within the 2010s decade, however all situations are counted individually.

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High 10 songs[edit]

The next ten songs have been rated by Billboard because the best-selling and most-played songs within the US throughout the 2010s.[19]

Songs by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next songs topped the Scorching 100 for the very best variety of weeks throughout the 2010s.

Word: Songs with an equal variety of weeks are ordered chronologically.

The singer Usher had the most important variety of singles on high of the Scorching 100 throughout the 2000s (7 songs).

Artists by whole number-one singles[edit]

The next artists achieved three or extra number-one hits throughout the 2000s. A lot of artists had number-one singles on their very own in addition to a part of a collaboration.

  • Word: Singer Fergie had 5 number-one singles throughout the 2000s as part of The Black Eyed Peas and as a solo artist, however each situations are counted individually.
  • Word: Singer Beyoncé had eight number-one singles throughout the 2000s as part of Future’s Youngster and as a solo artist, however each situations are counted individually.
  • Word: Singer Justin Timberlake had 5 number-one singles throughout the 2000s as part of ‘N Sync and as a solo artist, however each situations are counted individually.

Artists by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next artists topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout the 2000s.

  • Word: Singer Beyoncé spent 52 weeks at primary throughout the 2000s as part of Future’s Youngster and as a solo artist, however each situations are counted individually.
  • Word: Singer Kelly Rowland spent 26 weeks at primary throughout the 2000s as part of Future’s Youngster and as a solo artist, however each situations are counted individually.

Albums by whole primary singles[edit]

  • Word: The self-titled Christina Aguilera album, had three number-one singles, with one within the 1990s decade, and two within the 2000s decade, however all situations are counted individually.
  • Word: The Mariah Carey album Rainbow, had two number-one singles, with one within the 1990s decade, and one within the 2000s decade, however each situations are counted individually.
  • Word: The Future’s Youngster album The Writing’s on the Wall, had two number-one singles, with one within the 1990s decade, and one within the 2000s decade, however each situations are counted individually.

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High 10 songs[edit]

The next ten songs have been rated by Billboard because the best-selling and most-played songs within the US throughout the 2000s.[40]

Songs by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next songs topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout the 2000s.[41]

The tune “One Candy Day“, carried out by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Males, had the longest keep on the high of the Billboard Scorching 100 throughout the 1990s (16 weeks). Carey additionally had essentially the most number-one hits on the Scorching 100 throughout the 1990s (14 songs). She spent a complete of 60 weeks on the high of the Scorching 100 within the 1990s, essentially the most for any artist.

Artists by whole number-one singles[edit]

The next artists achieved three or extra number-one hits throughout the 1990s.[42] A lot of artists had number-one singles on their very own in addition to a part of a collaboration.

Artists by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next artists topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout the 1990s.

High 10 songs[edit]

The next ten songs have been rated by Billboard because the best-selling and most-played songs within the US throughout the 1990s.[43]

Songs by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next songs topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout the 1990s.[41]

Word: “Clean” by Santana that includes Rob Thomas topped the chart for 12 consecutive weeks, with 10 of these weeks within the 1990s, October 23 – December 25, 1999, and its last 2 weeks on January 1 and eight, 2000. Going strictly by the weeks it was at primary within the 1990s, the tune falls wanting being on the listing, with 10 different songs having extra weeks at primary throughout the decade.

Michael Jackson had essentially the most number-one hits on the Billboard Scorching 100 throughout the 1980s with 9 songs. Jackson was additionally the artist with essentially the most weeks spent on the high of the Scorching 100 throughout the 1980s (27 weeks).

Artists by whole number-one singles[edit]

The next artists achieved 4 or extra number-one hits throughout the 1980s.[44]

  • Word: Singer George Michael had Eight number-one singles throughout the 1980s as part of WHAM! and as a solo artist, however each situations are counted individually.

Artists by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next artists topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout the 1980s.

  • Word: Singer George Michael spent 21 weeks at primary throughout the 1980s as part of WHAM! and as a solo artist, however each situations are counted individually.

High 10 songs[edit]

The next ten songs have been rated by Billboard because the best-selling and most-played songs within the US throughout the 1980s.[45]

Songs by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next songs topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout the 1980s.[41]

The Bee Gees had essentially the most number-one hits on the Billboard Scorching 100 throughout the 1970s (9 songs). The Bee Gees have been the artist with essentially the most weeks logged on the high of the Scorching 100 throughout the 1970s (27 weeks).

Artists by whole number-one singles[edit]

The next artists achieved 4 or extra number-one hits throughout the 1970s.[46]

Artists by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next artists topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout the 1970s.

High 10 songs[edit]

The next ten songs have been rated by Billboard because the best-selling and most-played songs within the US throughout the 1970s.[47]

Songs by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next songs topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout the 1970s.[41]

1958-1969[edit]

The Beatles had the very best variety of high hits on the Billboard Scorching 100 throughout 1958–1969 (18 songs). As well as, The Beatles remained on high of the Scorching 100 the longest throughout 1958–1969 (55 weeks).

Artists by whole number-one singles[edit]

The next artists achieved three or extra number-one hits throughout 1958–1969.[48] A lot of artists had number-one singles on their very own in addition to a part of a collaboration.

Artists by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next artists topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout 1958–1969.

High 10 songs[edit]

The next ten songs have been rated by Billboard because the best-selling and most-played songs within the US from 1958-1969.[49][50]

Songs by whole weeks at primary[edit]

The next songs topped the Scorching 100 for the very best whole variety of weeks throughout 1958–1969.[41]

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