List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 2010

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Pop star Kesha's debut single "Tik Tok" was the longest-running number-one single of the year, spending nine consecutive weeks atop the chart, the longest running debut single by a female artist since Debby Boone in 1977. The same year would spawn another chart topper with "We R Who We R".

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 and digital sales, and airplay. There was a total of 17 number-one singles in 2010.

In 2010, nine acts gained their first U.S. number-one single either as a lead or featured act: Kesha, Taio Cruz, B.o.B, Bruno Mars, will.i.am, Far East Movement, The Cataracs, Dev, and Drake.[1][2][3][4][5]

Rihanna earned four number-one singles during the year — three as a solo artist and one as featured guest on Eminem's "Love the Way You Lie" — the first time a female artist has achieved this accomplishment in a single calendar year. She also became the female artist with the fifth most number-one singles, scoring her sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth number-one singles during the year.[6] Katy Perry, Eminem, Kesha, and Bruno Mars also each scored multiple number-one singles during the year, with Katy Perry scoring three consecutive number-one singles — a feat last done by R&B singer Monica eleven years earlier.[7][8][9][10]

Usher became the first artist to score number-one singles in the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s when his song "OMG" reached number one, becoming his ninth number-one single.[11] Kesha's "Tik Tok" was the longest-running number-one single of the year with nine consecutive weeks at the top — the longest run for a debut single by a female artist since 1977.[12] Two singles debuted at the top of the chart this year: Eminem's "Not Afraid" and Kesha's "We R Who We R," becoming the sixteenth and seventeenth singles in the chart's 52-year history to debut at number one.[13][14]

Chart history

Rapper Eminem's lead-off single (from his album Recovery) "Not Afraid" became the first hip-hop song to debut at the top of the charts since Puff Daddy's "I'll Be Missing You" in 1997, the sixteenth overall in the chart's 52 year history. The same album would spawn another chart topper in 2010 with "Love The Way You Lie" (featuring Rihanna).
Rihanna became the first female artist in the history of the chart to have four number-one singles in a calendar year. She also became the first artist to have a lead single from an album reach number one after its second single when her "Only Girl (In the World)" reached the top of the chart two weeks after "What's My Name?"
Katy Perry became the first female artist in eleven years to have three consecutive #1 singles from an album. She would go on to have five consecutive and six non-consecutive #1 singles from that album.
Usher became the first artist to score number-one singles in the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s when "OMG" reached #1.
Key
Best performing single of 2011 Indicates best-performing single of 2010
Issue Date Song Artist(s) Reference(s)
January 2 "Tik Tok"dagger Kesha [15]
January 9 [16]
January 16 [17]
January 23 [18]
January 30 [19]
February 6 [20]
February 13 [21]
February 20 [22]
February 27 [23]
March 6 "Imma Be" The Black Eyed Peas [24]
March 13 [25]
March 20 "Break Your Heart" Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris [26]
March 27 "Rude Boy" Rihanna [27]
April 3 [28]
April 10 [29]
April 17 [30]
April 24 [31]
May 1 "Nothin' on You" B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars [32]
May 8 [33]
May 15 "OMG" Usher featuring will.i.am [34]
May 22 "Not Afraid" Eminem [35]
May 29 "OMG" Usher featuring will.i.am [36]
June 5 [37]
June 12 [38]
June 19 "California Gurls" Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg [39]
June 26 [40]
July 3 [41]
July 10 [42]
July 17 [43]
July 24 [44]
July 31 "Love the Way You Lie" Eminem featuring Rihanna [45]
August 7 [46]
August 14 [47]
August 21 [48]
August 28 [49]
September 4 [50]
September 11 [51]
September 18 "Teenage Dream" Katy Perry [52]
September 25 [53]
October 2 "Just the Way You Are" Bruno Mars [54]
October 9 [55]
October 16 [56]
October 23 [57]
October 30 "Like a G6" Far East Movement featuring The Cataracs and Dev [58]
November 6 [59]
November 13 "We R Who We R" Kesha [60]
November 20 "What's My Name?" Rihanna featuring Drake [61]
November 27 "Like a G6" Far East Movement featuring The Cataracs and Dev [62]
December 4 "Only Girl (In the World)" Rihanna [63]
December 11 "Raise Your Glass" Pink [64]
December 18 "Firework" Katy Perry [65]
December 25 [66]

See also


References

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