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List of Billboard Hot 100 number ones of 1993

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Whitney Houston earned her longest running song on the Hot 100 number-one single with "I Will Always Love You", which stayed at the top position for nine straight weeks.

This is a list of the U.S. Billboard magazine Hot 100 number-ones of 1993. There were 11 singles that topped the chart this year. The first of these, "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston, spent nine weeks at the top, concluding a 14-week run that had begun in November 1992.

That year, 6 acts earn their first number one song: Peabo Bryson, Regina Belle, Snow, Silk, SWV, and Meat Loaf. Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey were the only acts to hit number one more than once, with each of them hitting twice.

Key
The yellow background indicates the #1 song on Billboard's 1993 Year-End Chart of Pop Singles.
No. Issue date Song Artist(s) Ref.
774 January 2 "I Will Always Love You" Whitney Houston [1]
January 9 [2][3]
January 16 [4][5]
January 23 [6][7]
January 30 [8][9]
February 6 [10][11]
February 13 [12][13]
February 20 [14][15]
February 27 [16][17]
775 March 6 "A Whole New World" Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle [18]
776 March 13 "Informer" Snow [19]
March 20 [20]
March 27 [21]
April 3 [22]
April 10 [23]
April 17 [24]
April 24 [25]
777 May 1 "Freak Me" Silk [26]
May 8 [27]
778 May 15 "That's the Way Love Goes" Janet Jackson [28]
May 22 [29]
May 29 [30]
June 5 [31]
June 12 [32]
June 19 [33]
June 26 [34]
July 3 [35]
779 July 10 "Weak" SWV [36]
July 17 [37]
780 July 24 "Can't Help Falling in Love" UB40 [38]
July 31 [39]
August 7 [40]
August 14 [41]
August 21 [42]
August 28 [43]
September 4 [44]
781 September 11 "Dreamlover" Mariah Carey [45]
September 18 [46]
September 25 [47]
October 2 [48]
October 9 [49]
October 16 [50]
October 23 [51]
October 30 [52]
782 November 6 "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" Meat Loaf [53]
November 13 [54]
November 20 [55]
November 27 [56]
December 4 [57]
783 December 11 "Again" Janet Jackson [58]
December 18 [59]
784 December 25 "Hero" Mariah Carey [60]

See also

References

  1. ^ "January 2, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  2. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1993-01-08). "Houston Aims for a Jackson Record". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  3. ^ "January 9, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  4. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1993-01-15). "Whitney Houston Hits 4th `Triple'". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  5. ^ "January 16, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  6. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1993-01-22). "Houston Closing in on Boyz Record". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  7. ^ "January 23, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  8. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1993-01-29). "Houston Hurdles Women's Record". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  9. ^ "January 30, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  10. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1993-02-05). "No. 1 for 11 weeks, Houston Sets Record". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  11. ^ "February 6, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  12. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1993-02-12). "Houston Sweeps to 12th Week as No. 1". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  13. ^ "February 13, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  14. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1993-02-19). "Whew! Houston Ties Boyz II Men Record". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  15. ^ "February 20, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  16. ^ DeKnock, Jan (1993-02-26). "`Love' Conquers Boyz II Men Record". Chicago Tribune. Tribune Company. Retrieved 2010-04-19.
  17. ^ "February 27, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  18. ^ "March 6, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  19. ^ "March 13, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  20. ^ "March 20, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  21. ^ "March 27, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  22. ^ "April 3, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  23. ^ "April 10, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  24. ^ "April 17, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  25. ^ "April 24, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  26. ^ "May 1, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  27. ^ "May 8, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  28. ^ "May 15, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  29. ^ "May 22, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  30. ^ "May 29, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  31. ^ "June 5, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  32. ^ "June 12, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  33. ^ "June 19, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  34. ^ "June 26, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  35. ^ "July 3, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  36. ^ "July 10, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  37. ^ "July 17, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  38. ^ "July 24, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  39. ^ "July 31, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  40. ^ "August 7, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  41. ^ "August 14, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  42. ^ "August 21, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  43. ^ "August 28, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  44. ^ "September 4, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  45. ^ "September 11, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  46. ^ "September 18, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  47. ^ "September 25, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  48. ^ "October 2, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  49. ^ "October 9, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  50. ^ "October 16, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  51. ^ "October 23, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  52. ^ "October 30, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  53. ^ "November 6, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  54. ^ "November 13, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  55. ^ "November 20, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  56. ^ "November 27, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  57. ^ "December 4, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  58. ^ "December 11, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  59. ^ "December 18, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.
  60. ^ "December 25, 1993". Billboard Hot 100.

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