List of Hot 100 number-one singles of the 2000s (US)

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January 18, 2022

The Billboard Hot 100 is a chart of the most successful singles in the US music market. The chart is published by Billboard magazine with figures compiled by Nielsen SoundScan based on weekly sales of individual discs (CDs, vinyls and cassettes) and digital download sales, airplay and streaming. . In the 2000s, the "weekend" date on each chart was the Saturday of the next two weeks. Only physical releases were generally counted as the index until 1988, when Billboard magazine allowed radio-only singles to appear on the chart. While Nielsen began collecting data on digital sales in 2003 for a separate chart called Digital Songs, it was not until February 12, 2005, that digital sales were recorded. officially recognized as an indicator of the Hot 100, in the context of traditional disc sales decline. On August 4, 2007, Billboard added online streaming to its scoring method. During the 2000s, a total of 129 singles topped the Hot 100. Although Santana's "Smooth" did match The song, featuring Rob Thomas, topped the chart for the first two weeks of 2000, but does not count as a number one single of the 2000s because it climbed to the top of the Hot 100 in October 1999. Hence. , which counts only as the number one single of the 1990s. Overall, the decade saw the dominance of hip hop and R&B tracks, along with a crossover between pop and dance beats, replacing it. the inspirational ballad trend of the 1990s. While the first half of the 2000s saw an adaptation of regular disc sales, the second half welcomed the dominance of streaming and digital sales. This change occurred due to the growth of the internet, resulting in music being widely distributed across sales sites and online streaming platforms. During the decade, Usher was the most successful artist by amassing 7 number one and spent 41 weeks at number one, more than any other fellow. Beyoncé ranked next with 5 number-one songs and 36 weeks at number one, the most among female musicians. Other artists with at least four number one hits are Rihanna (5 songs) and Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, 50 Cent, Ludacris, Nelly and Justin Timberlake (4 songs); Other artists to stay at the top of the chart for more than 20 weeks are The Black Eyed Peas (26), Nelly (23), 50 Cent (23) and Alicia Keys (22). Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" was the most successful single of the decade on the Hot 100, with 14 consecutive weeks at number one in 2005. "Yeah!" by Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris, and The Black Eyed Peas' "Boom Boom Pow" tied for second for the second-highest number of weeks at the top (12 weeks/post).

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Table of notes ♪ – Year-end number one single ♪ – Most successful single of the decadeNote The most successful Hot 100 singles of 2000 and 2001 were Faith Hill's "Breathe" and Lifehouse's "Hanging by a Moment", respectively. Both singles only peaked at #2, so are not on this list.

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