List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 2001

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Janet Jackson's "All for You" was the longest-running single of 2001, topping the Hot 100 for seven consecutive weeks.

The Billboard Hot 100 is a chart that ranks the best-performing singles of the United States. Published by Billboard magazine, the data are compiled by Nielsen SoundScan based collectively on each single's weekly physical sales, and airplay. In 2001, there were 14 singles that topped the chart,[1] in 52 issue dates. Although 15 singles claimed the top position throughout the year, group Destiny's Child's "Independent Women Part I" is credited in 2000, and is thus excluded.[citation needed]

During the year, 12 acts had achieved a first U.S. number-one single, namely: Alicia Keys, Crazy Town, Mary J. Blige, Nickelback, OutKast, and Shaggy all of whom were lead artists, and Ja Rule, Rayvon, and Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent as featured guests. R&B singer Mýa, pop singer Pink, and rapper Lil' Kim earned their first number one with a collaborative cover version of the former number one "Lady Marmalade", which also features singer Christina Aguilera. R&B singer Usher and reggae singer Shaggy had two number-one singles in 2001.

Janet Jackson's "All for You" is the longest-running single of the year, staying at number one for seven consecutive weeks.[1] 2001 is the first year since 1993 that there has not been at least one number-one hit with a double-digit run.[1] "All for You" is also responsible to give to Jackson the tenth Hot 100 number one of her career; making her the fourth female artist with most number ones in the rock era.[2] Other singles that had a multiple chart run includes Alicia Keys' "Fallin'" and Mary J. Blige's "Family Affair"; both stayed atop for six weeks.[1]

Chart history

Pop singer Christina Aguilera gained her fourth number one single in the U.S. with a cover version of "Lady Marmalade", and stayed at the top with her collaborators Mýa, Pink, and Lil' Kim for five consecutive weeks.
R&B singer Alicia Keys earned her first number one Single "Fallin'" in U.S. and stayed at the top for six nonconsecutive weeks.
R&B singer Mary J. Blige gained her first number one single "Family Affair" in U.S. and stayed at the top for six consecutive weeks.
Jamaican Reggae-singer Shaggy earned his first number one single "It Wasn't Me" in U.S. and stayed at the top for two consecutive weeks.
Issue Date Song Artist(s) Reference
January 6 "Independent Women Part I" Destiny's Child [3]
January 13 [4]
January 20 [5]
January 27 [6]
February 3 "It Wasn't Me" Shaggy featuring Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent [7]
February 10 [7]
February 17 "Ms. Jackson" OutKast [8]
February 24 "Stutter" Joe featuring Mystikal [9]
March 3 [9]
March 10 [10]
March 17 [11]
March 24 "Butterfly" Crazy Town [12]
March 31 "Angel" Shaggy featuring Rayvon [13]
April 7 "Butterfly" Crazy Town [14]
April 14 "All for You" Janet [15]
April 21 [16]
April 28 [17]
May 5 [18]
May 12 [19]
May 19 [20]
May 26 [21]
June 2 "Lady Marmalade" Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa and Pink [22]
June 9 [23]
June 16 [24]
June 23 [25]
June 30 [26]
July 7 "U Remind Me" Usher [27]
July 14 [28]
July 21 [29]
July 28 [30]
August 4 "Bootylicious" Destiny's Child [31]
August 11 [32]
August 18 "Fallin'" Alicia Keys [33]
August 25 [34]
September 1 [35]
September 8 "I'm Real" Jennifer Lopez featuring Ja Rule [36]
September 15 [37]
September 22 [38]
September 29 "Fallin'" Alicia Keys [39]
October 6 [40]
October 13 [41]
October 20 "I'm Real" Jennifer Lopez featuring Ja Rule [42]
October 27 [43]
November 3 "Family Affair" Mary J. Blige [44]
November 10 [45]
November 17 [46]
November 24 [47]
December 1 [48]
December 8 [49]
December 15 "U Got It Bad" Usher [50]
December 22 "How You Remind Me" Nickelback [51]
December 29 [52]

See also

References

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