List of number-one singles of 2000s in Romania

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The Romanian Top 100 is the national airplay-based singles chart of Romania. It is weekly and it started running in 1996. It is recognized as an official chart by the European division of Billboard, Music & Media. From 2000 to November 2001 there are no archives left on Romanian Top 100's official website. The first registered number-one of this decade in Romania was "Hero" by Enrique Iglesias and the last one was "I Gotta Feeling" by The Black Eyed Peas. In the 2000s (decade), there were 96 songs to peak at number-one. The greatest hit of this decade would be 2007's "Say It Right" by Nelly Furtado.

2001[edit]

Australian popstar Kylie Minogue had the biggest single of the year with "Can't Get You Out of My Head" which spent 5 weeks at number one

This is a list of the Romanian Singles Chart (Top 100) number-ones of 2001. There were a total of 22 songs that reached the top position in 2001, 6 of them being by Romanian artists.[1]

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
Sonique "I Put a Spell on You" 13 January 2001 1
LeAnn Rimes "Can't Fight the Moonlight" 20 January 2001 1
Eminem feat. Dido "Stan" 27 January 2001 4
Jennifer Lopez "Love Don't Cost a Thing" 24 February 2001 1
Backstreet Boys "The Call" 3 March 2001 1
Ricky Martin feat. Christina Aguilera "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" 10 March 2001 1
Dario G "Dream to Me" 17 March 2001 1
Ricky Martin feat. Christina Aguilera "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" 24 March 2001 2
Britney Spears "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" 7 April 2001 2
Animal X "Pentru ea" 21 April 2001 5
Crazy Town "Butterfly" 25 May 2001 1
3rei Sud Est "Te voi pierde" 1 June 2001 1
Crazy Town "Butterfly" 8 June 2001 1
3rei Sud Est "Te voi pierde" 15 June 2001 4
Voltaj "3D" 13 July 2001 1
3rei Sud Est "Te voi pierde" 20 July 2001 1
Voltaj "3D" 27 July 2001 2
Animal X "Fara tine" 10 August 2001 4
Roger Sanchez "Another Chance" 7 September 2001 1
N&D "Nu e vina mea" 14 September 2001 1
Gigi D'Agostino "L'amour toujours" 21 September 2001 1
N&D "Nu e vina mea" 28 September 2001 1
Nelly Furtado "Turn Off the Light" 5 October 2001 1
Voltaj "20" 12 October 2001 1
Michael Jackson "You Rock My World" 19 October 2001 1
Kylie Minogue "Can't Get You Out of My Head" 26 October 2001 5
Kosheen "Hide You" 1 December 2002 2
Enrique Iglesias "Hero" 15 December 2002 4

2002[edit]

American rapper Eminem topped the chart twice, once in August and later with his 8 Mile theme song, in December.

This is a list of the Romanian Singles Chart (Top 100) number-ones of 2002. There were a total of 14 songs that reached the top position in 2002, 4 of them being by Romanian artists.

The most successful song of the year was Las Ketchup's "Asereje", no.1 for nine consecutive weeks.

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
Animal X "Să pot ierta" 28 January 2002 3
Pink "Get The Party Started" 18 February 2002 6
Kylie Minogue "In Your Eyes" 1 April 2002 3
Hi-Q "Tu eşti dragostea mea" 22 April 2002 5
Voltaj "Tu" 27 May 2002 6
Simplu "Oare știi?" 8 July 2002 2
t.A.T.u. "Nas Ne Dogonyat" 22 July 2002 5
Eminem "Without Me" 26 August 2002 1
t.A.T.u. "Nas Ne Dogonyat" 2 September 2002 1
Celine Dion "I'm Alive" 9 September 2002 3
Las Ketchup "Asereje" 30 September 2002 9
Madonna "Die Another Day" 2 December 2002 2
Shakira "Objection" 16 December 2002 2
Eminem "Lose Yourself" 30 December 2002 2

2003[edit]

Busta Rhymes' collaboration with Mariah Carey gave Carey her only top 10 in the Romanian Chart.

This is a list of the Romanian Singles Chart (Top 100) number-ones of 2003. There were a total of 16 songs that reached the top position in 2003, although 17 claimed the top spot as "Objection (Tango)" by Shakira started its run in 2002 and thus is excluded. Five of the top charting song were in Romanian or by Romanian artists.

The most successful song of the year was Class's "Luna mi-a zâmbit", no.1 for seven consecutive weeks. This is also the year with the most chart topping hits, with 17 songs reaching the top of it. Moldavian band O-Zone had two number ones.

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
Eminem "Lose Yourself" 6 January 2003 1
Shakira "Objection (Tango)" 13 January 2003 1
Shania Twain "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" 20 January 2003 1
Robbie Williams "Feel" 27 January 2003 2
O-Zone "Despre tine" 10 February 2003 3
Robbie Williams "Feel" 2 March 2003 3
Enrique Iglesias "Maybe" 24 March 2003 3
Las Ketchup "Kusha Las Payas" 7 April 2003 2
Christina Aguilera "Beautiful" 21 April 2003 1
Los Caños "Nina Piensa en ti" 28 April 2003 2
Class "Luna mi-a zâmbit" 12 May 2003 7
Hi-Q "Dor de tine, dor de noi" 30 June 2003 3
Ricky Martin "Jaleo" 21 July 2003 1
Craig David feat. Sting "Rise & Fall " 28 July 2003 1
Ricky Martin "Jaleo" 4 August 2003 1
Craig David feat. Sting "Rise & Fall" 11 August 2003 3
O-Zone "Dragostea din tei" 1 September 2003 3
Busta Rhymes feat. Mariah Carey "I Know What You Want" 22 September 2003 5
Nicola "Dincolo de noapte e zi" 27 October 2003 1
Busta Rhymes feat. Mariah Carey "I Know What You Want" 3 November 2003 1
Outlandish "Aïcha" 10 November 2003 3
Dina Vass "The Love I Have" 1 December 2003 3

2004[edit]

2004 was a highlight for The Black Eyed Peas, which has two no.1 singles, one of them spending 10 weeks at the top.

This is a list of the Romanian Singles Chart (Top 100) number-ones of 2004. There were a total of 12 songs that reached the top position in 2004, four of them being in Romanian or by Romanian artists. American band Black Eyed Peas and Australian singer Kylie Minogue both had multiple hits to hit the top spot.

The most successful song of the year was The Black Eyed Peas's "Shut Up", No. 1 for ten consecutive weeks.

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
The Black Eyed Peas feat. Justin Timberlake "Where Is the Love?" 5 January 2004 1
Kylie Minogue "Slow" 12 January 2004 3
Blu Cantrell feat. Sean Paul "Breathe" 2 February 2004 1
3rei Sud Est "Clipe" 9 February 2004 1
The Black Eyed Peas "Shut Up" 16 February 2004 10
Class "Pentru dragoste" 26 April 2004 2
Kylie Minogue "Red Blooded Woman" 10 May 2004 1
Schiller with Heppner "Leben… I Feel You" 17 May 2004 1
Kylie Minogue "Red Blooded Woman" 24 May 2004 1
Schiller with Heppner "Leben... I Feel You" 31 May 2004 2
Nino D'Angelo "Senza Giaca e Cravata" 14 June 2004 4
Activ "Doar cu tine" 12 July 2004 9
Kelis "Trick Me" 13 September 2004 6
Voltaj "Şi ce" 25 October 2004 8

2005[edit]

American pop/R&B girl group and dance ensemble Pussycat Dolls scored theis first no.1 song in October, topping the chart for five weeks.

This is a list of the songs that reached No. 1 in the Romanian Singles Chart in 2005. A total of ten songs peaked at no. 1 in 2005, being the year with the fewest chart topping singles. A total of five songs were in Romanian or by Romanian artists.

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
Activ "Visez" 10 January 2005 8
Kylie Minogue "I Believe in You" 7 March 2005 5
Uniting Nations "Out Of Touch" 11 April 2005 3
Voltaj "Povestea oricui" 2 May 2005 7
Morandi "Beijo Uh La La" 20 June 2005 9
DJ Project "Privirea ta" 22 August 2005 1
Shakira feat. Alejandro Sanz "La Tortura" 29 August 2005 6
Fly Project "Raisa" 10 October 2005 4
Pussycat Dolls feat. Busta Rhymes "Don't Cha" 17 October 2005 5
Madonna "Hung Up" 12 December 2005 2

2006[edit]

Pop singer Madonna spent ten weeks at the top of the chart with "Hung Up" and "Sorry". The first peaked at number 1 for two weeks in late 2005 before spending an additional seven in 2006.

This is a list of the songs that reached No. 1 in the Romanian Singles Chart in 2006. In 2006, the chart has had eleven No. 1 hits, three of which, have spent seven weeks at No. 1: "Hung Up" by Madonna, "Jokero" by Akcent and "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira.

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
Madonna "Hung Up" 6 January 2006 7
Akcent "Jokero" 6 March 2006 7
Madonna "Sorry" 17 April 2006 3
Morandi "Falling Asleep" 1 May 2006 4
Shakira "Hips Don't Lie" 5 June 2006 7
Bob Sinclar "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" 31 July 2006 6
Simplu "Oficial îmi merge bine" 31 July 2006 1
DJ Project "Încă o noapte" 28 August 2006 3
Morandi "A La Alujeba" 9 October 2006 1
Cleopatra Stratan "Ghiţă" 16 October 2006 5
Reamonn "Tonight" 20 November 2006 5

2007[edit]

Canadian singer Nelly Furtado made chart history in 2007, spending 12 weeks at the top of the Romanian Top 100 chart with "Say It Right"; she also managed to be the only artist to occupy the first two positions of the chart, with the song "All Good Things (Come to an End)" being stuck after her own "Say it Right".

This is a list of the songs that reached No. 1 in the Romanian Singles Chart in 2007. The chart had 14 number-one hits in the year 2007. "Say It Right" by Nelly Furtado was the number-one song for 2007, spending twelve weeks on the top. "Say It Right" was also the song with longest week at number one since the chart's first archive in 2002. The song beat the record of "Shut Up" by The Black Eyed Peas which spent the number-one spot for ten weeks in 2003.

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
Reamonn "Tonight" 15 January 2007 1
Shakira feat. Carlos Santana "Illegal" 22 January 2007 5
Akon feat. Eminem "Smack That" 12 February 2007 2
Pussycat Dolls feat. Timbaland "Wait a Minute" 12 March 2007 1
Nelly Furtado "Say It Right" 19 March 2007 12
Justin Timberlake "What Goes Around...Comes Around" 28 May 2007 1
Akon "Don't Matter" 18 June 2007 5
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z "Umbrella" 16 July 2007 3
Enrique Iglesias "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" 6 August 2007 4
Fergie "Big Girls Don't Cry" 10 September 2007 7
Mika "Relax, Take It Easy" 15 October 2007 2
Yves Larock "Rise Up" 5 November 2007 4
Enrique Iglesias "Tired of Being Sorry" 3 December 2007 1
Crazy Loop "Mm-ma-ma" 17 December 2007 7

2008[edit]

This is a list of the songs that reached #1 in the Romanian Singles Chart in 2008. The chart had at least 14 no. 1 singles in 2008 (including Crazy Loop's "Mm-ma-ma"), as in had four editions missing in the summer and autumn. Highlights include Kylie Minogue's sixth knows no.1 (second only to Madonna for the most chart hits), Morandi's forth no.1 and 3rei Sud Est's last, as the band went separated ways soon after.

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
Morandi "Angels" 11 February 2008 4
3rei Sud Est "Vorbe care dor" 31 March 2008 3
Kylie Minogue "In My Arms" 28 April 2008 2
Tom Boxer feat. Anca Parghel & Fly Project "Brasil" 5 May 2008 3
Madonna feat. Justin Timberlake & Timbaland "4 Minutes" 26 May 2008 4
30 June 2008
28 July 2008
Jay Sean "Ride It" 7 August 2008 2
David Deejay feat. Dony "Sexy Thing" 20 August 2008 5
24 September 2008
1 October 2008
R.I.O. "Shine On" 8 October 2008 2
Madonna feat. Pharrell Williams "Give It 2 Me" 22 October 2008 1
Eddy Wata "I Love My People" 29 October 2008 1
Marius Nedelcu feat. Giulia "Rain" 5 November 2008 3
Rihanna "Disturbia" 12 November 2008 1
Akcent "Stay With Me" 26 November 2008 5

2009[edit]

Pop singer Katy Perry has spent nine weeks at no. 1 with "Hot n Cold", one week short of the ten weeks "Cry, Cry" by German singer had Oceana spend. "Hot n Cold" topped the year-end chart.

This is a list of the songs that reached #1 in the Romanian Singles Chart in 2009. "The Balkan Girls" by Elena Gheorghe became the first song that participated at a Eurovision edition to top the chart; that song was the Romanian entry to the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest. Alex Velea had the first no. 1 in Romanian since Celia's "Şoapte" in April 2008, almost a year before. Oceana's "Cry, Cry" was the longest running number-one.

Artist Single Reached number 1 Weeks
Akcent "Stay with Me" 4 January 2009 2
Katy Perry "Hot n Cold" 18 January 2009 9
Pussycat Dolls "I Hate This Part" 1 March 2009 3
Alex Velea "Doar ea" 8 March 2009 1
Lady Gaga "Poker Face" 12 April 2009 1
Elena Gheorghe "The Balkan Girls" 12 April 2009 2
Oceana "Cry Cry" 3 May 2009 10
Enrique Iglesias feat. Ciara "Takin' Back My Love" 12 July 2009 1
David Deejay feat. Dony "So Bizarre" 19 July 2009 3
Puya feat. George Hora "Undeva-n Balkani" 26 July 2009 1
Neylini "Muleina (DJ Andi Remix)" 2 August 2009 3
David Guetta Feat. Kelly Rowland "When Love Takes Over" 6 September 2009 2
Pitbull "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" 20 September 2009 4
Inna "Amazing" 18 October 2009 5
The Black Eyed Peas "I Gotta Feeling" 22 November 2009 6

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