Its seven-week run tied the record set by Iggy Azalea in 2014 with "Fancy" for the longest-running number-one by a female rapper. This website contains every Billboard Hot 100 single released from 1955 to present day.Theis the original common total time of the song as officially listed on its original record label.Those times may vary, depending on whether or not the record company mastered the song slower/faster. In most cases, however, the total time of the song is pretty much accurate.Post Malone and Ariana Grande were the only acts to have multiple number one songs in 2019, with two.Despite being released in 2017, "Truth Hurts" became Lizzo's (pictured) first number-one hit and first Hot 100 chart entry in general.Theis the highest position that song made it on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles charts.
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In total, seventeen acts topped the chart as either lead or featured artists, with ten—Swae Lee, Bradley Cooper, Jonas Brothers, Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Shawn Mendes, Lizzo, Lewis Capaldi, and Selena Gomez—achieving their first Hot 100 number-one single.
Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" featuring Billy Ray Cyrus was the longest-running number-one of the year, leading the chart for a record-breaking nineteen weeks, surpassing the previous record of sixteen weeks achieved by both "One Sweet Day", by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men (1995–96), and "Despacito", by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber; it subsequently topped the Billboard Year-End Hot 100.
When you scroll down the list you will see that the first entry of each week of each month begins with the highest charted single of that month and then alphabetical by artists.
The debut of the “Rock Era” is commonly known to be June 1955, when Bill Haley’s “(We’re Gonna) Rock Around The Clock” hit #1 on the Billboard pop/Top 40 charts.