billboard hot 100
"It’s the best feeling in the world," wrote Cardi B, who landed the No. 1 spot with her hit "Bodak Yellow" in 2017.
We hope the singer will never, ever, ever, ever, ever stop making hits.
Lil Nas X's smash hit (and its remixes) reigned supreme on the Hot 100 chart for 19 consecutive weeks before being taken by the "make your mama sad type."
The Atlanta native's song surpassed 1995 hit "One Sweet Day" and 2017's "Despacito" by spending 17 weeks at the top Billboard Hot 100 spot.
The late pop icon's cover of Steve Winwood's "Higher Love" gets a summery redux courtesy of producer Kygo -- and it's a hit.
The pop star's pride single "You Need To Calm Down" debuted at the second spot on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Thank U, Next," "7 Rings," and "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" are the top three Billboard Hot 100 songs.
Just a week after its release, it's already his biggest hit ever.
The "Bodak Yellow" singer joins The Beatles and Ashanti in Billboard chart history.
A victory for a lazy, witless song from an artist who should know better would be a loss for country music.
The Bronx rapper is on a winning streak.
BTS already made history by being the first K-pop group to win Billboard's Top Social Artist award.
The Bronx native dethroned Taylor Swift, who held the top spot for three weeks with "Look What You Made Me Do."
You could hardly escape the single all summer, yet it was noticeably absent from the VMAs.