List of number-one singles in 1999 (New Zealand)

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This is a list of the number one hit singles in New Zealand in 1999.

Chart[edit]

Key
  ‡  – Single of New Zealand origin
Date Artist Single
3 January 1999 Summer break - no chart Summer break - no chart
10 January 1999 Cher "Believe"
17 January 1999 Blackstreet featuring Mýa "Take Me There"
24 January 1999
31 January 1999
7 February 1999 Brandy "Have You Ever"
14 February 1999 Ardijah "Silly Love Songs"
21 February 1999 Britney Spears "... Baby One More Time"
28 February 1999
7 March 1999 New Radicals "You Get What You Give"
14 March 1999 Lutricia McNeal "My Side Of Town"
21 March 1999 Britney Spears "... Baby One More Time"
28 March 1999 Steps "Tragedy"
4 April 1999 Boyzone "I Love the Way You Love Me"
11 April 1999
18 April 1999 Britney Spears "... Baby One More Time"
25 April 1999 TLC "No Scrubs"
2 May 1999 Shania Twain "That Don't Impress Me Much"
9 May 1999 TLC "No Scrubs"
16 May 1999 True Bliss "Tonight"
23 May 1999
30 May 1999 Geri Halliwell "Look at Me"
6 June 1999 Backstreet Boys "I Want It That Way"
13 June 1999
20 June 1999 Ricky Martin "Livin La Vida Loca"
27 June 1999 Boyzone "You Needed Me"
4 July 1999
11 July 1999 Deep Obsession "Cold"
18 July 1999 Britney Spears "Sometimes"
25 July 1999 Westlife "Swear It Again"
1 August 1999 Jennifer Lopez "If You Had My Love"
8 August 1999 Venga Boys "Boom Boom Boom Boom"
15 August 1999 Shania Twain "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!"
22 August 1999 5ive "If Ya Gettin' Down"
29 August 1999 Whitney Houston "My Love Is Your Love"
5 September 1999 Ronan Keating "When You Say Nothing at All"
12 September 1999 Lou Bega "Mambo No.5"
19 September 1999
26 September 1999
3 October 1999 Neil Finn "Can You Hear Us"
10 October 1999 S Club 7 "Bring It All Back"
17 October 1999 Lou Bega "Mambo No.5"
24 October 1999
31 October 1999 Mariah Carey featuring Jay-Z "Heartbreaker"
7 November 1999 Lou Bega "Mambo No.5"
14 November 1999 Eiffel 65 "Blue (Da Ba Dee)"
21 November 1999 Deep Obsession "One & Only"
28 November 1999
5 December 1999 Lauryn Hill & Bob Marley "Turn Your Lights Down Low"
12 December 1999 Shaft "(Mucho Mambo) Sway"
19 December 1999 Lauryn Hill & Bob Marley "Turn Your Lights Down Low"
26 December 1999 S Club 7 "S Club Party"

The number one single of the year was "No Scrubs" by TLC.

Debuts within Top 10[edit]

  • The first song to debut at the top spot was Cher's Believe which held the top spot for only 1 week being dethroned by Blackstreet's Take Me There
  • The week of January 17 saw Brandy's Have You Ever debut at number 7 going straight to number 1 three weeks later
  • The next top 10 debut was on the week of February 7 by B*Witched with their single To You I Belong unfortunately not reaching number 1 at any time
  • February 14 saw Baby One More Time by Britney Spears debut at number 9 only to claim the top spot the next week holding the top stop for 2 weeks but returning to the top spot 3 weeks later
  • 21 February saw 2pac's Changes debut at number 7 but not able to crack the top spot
  • Jennifer Love Hewitt's single How Do i Deal took the highest debut of the week at number 7
  • 14 March saw Silverchair's Anthem For The Year 2000 debut at number 8 still not strong enough to claim the top spot
  • The week of March 21 Saw 2 debuts within the top 5 with Steps’ song Tragedy/Heartbeat and Savage Garden's The Animal Song debut at the number 2 and 3 positions respectively

TBC

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