List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 2019

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"Old Town Road" by Lil Nas X (pictured) featuring Billy Ray Cyrus spent nineteen consecutive weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, breaking the record for the longest-running number-one song in the chart's history. It later ranked as the best-performing single of the year.

The Billboard Hot 100 is a chart that ranks the best-performing songs in the United States. Its data, published by Billboard magazine and compiled by Nielsen SoundScan, is based collectively on each song's weekly physical and digital sales, as well as the amount of airplay received on American radio stations and streaming on online digital music outlets.

During 2019, fifteen singles reached number one on the Hot 100; a sixteenth single, "Thank U, Next" by Ariana Grande, began its run at number one in November 2018. Of those fifteen number-one singles, four were collaborations. In total, eighteen acts topped the chart as either lead or featured artists, with ten—Swae Lee (as a solo artist), Bradley Cooper, Jonas Brothers, Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Shawn Mendes, Lizzo, Lewis Capaldi, and Selena Gomez—achieving their first Hot 100 number-one single.

Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road", featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, was the longest-running number-one of the year, leading the chart for a record-breaking nineteen weeks. It also became the longest-running number-one ever, surpassing the previous record of sixteen weeks achieved by both "One Sweet Day" by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men (1995–96), and "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber (2017). It also topped the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 ranking as the best-performing single of 2019.

Post Malone and Ariana Grande were the only acts to have multiple number-one songs in 2019, with two apiece.

Chart history[edit]

"7 Rings" by Ariana Grande (pictured) debuted at number one, becoming her second number-one song and making her the third female artist to earn two number-one debuts.
With "Bad Guy", Billie Eilish (pictured) became the first artist born in the 21st century to have a number-one song on the Hot 100 and the youngest since Lorde in 2013 to top the chart.
"Lose You to Love Me" became Selena Gomez's (pictured) first song to top the Hot 100, surging from number 15 to number one on the issue dated November 9, 2019.
Despite being released in 2017, "Truth Hurts" became Lizzo's (pictured) first number-one hit and first Hot 100 chart entry in general. Its seven-week run tied the record set by Iggy Azalea in 2014 with "Fancy" for the longest-running number-one by a female rapper.
Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" hit number one for the first time ever, 25 years after its debut in 1994 and became her 19th number-one single, extending her own record for most number ones among soloists on the Hot 100. It was also the first Christmas song to top the Hot 100 since "The Chipmunk Song" by David Seville and the Chipmunks in 1958–59.[1]
Key
Best performing song of 2019 Indicates best-performing single of 2019[2]
No. Issue date Song Artist(s) Ref.
re January 5 "Thank U, Next" Ariana Grande [3][4]
1081 January 12 "Without Me" Halsey [5][6]
1082 January 19 "Sunflower" Post Malone and Swae Lee [7][8]
re January 26 "Without Me" Halsey [9][10]
1083 February 2 "7 Rings" Ariana Grande [11][12]
February 9 [13][14]
February 16 [15][16]
February 23 [17][18]
March 2 [19][20]
1084 March 9 "Shallow" Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper [21][22]
1085 March 16 "Sucker" Jonas Brothers [23][24]
re March 23 "7 Rings" Ariana Grande [25][26]
March 30 [27][28]
April 6 [29][30]
1086 April 13 "Old Town Road" dagger Lil Nas X [31][32]
April 20 Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus[a] [33][34]
April 27 [35][36]
May 4 [37][38]
May 11 [39][40]
May 18 [41][42]
May 25 [43][44]
June 1 [45][46]
June 8 [47][48]
June 15 [49][50]
June 22 [51][52]
June 29 [53][54]
July 6 [55][56]
July 13 [57][58]
July 20 [59][60]
July 27 [61][62]
August 3 [63][64]
August 10 [65][66]
August 17 [67][68]
1087 August 24 "Bad Guy" Billie Eilish [69][70]
1088 August 31 "Señorita" Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello [71][72]
1089 September 7 "Truth Hurts" Lizzo [73][74]
September 14 [75][76]
September 21 [77][78]
September 28 [79][80]
October 5 [81][82]
October 12 [83][84]
1090 October 19 "Highest in the Room" Travis Scott [85][86]
re October 26 "Truth Hurts" Lizzo [87][88]
1091 November 2 "Someone You Loved" Lewis Capaldi [89][90]
1092 November 9 "Lose You to Love Me" Selena Gomez [91][92]
re November 16 "Someone You Loved" Lewis Capaldi [93][94]
November 23 [95][96]
1093 November 30 "Circles" Post Malone [97][98]
December 7 [99][100]
1094 December 14 "Heartless" The Weeknd [101][102]
1095 December 21 "All I Want for Christmas Is You" Mariah Carey [1][103]
December 28 [104][105]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ From the issue dated April 20, Billy Ray Cyrus is given a featured artist credit.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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