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List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 1992

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Boyz II Men (pictured) earned their first Hot 100 number-one single with "End of the Road", which stayed at the top position for thirteen straight weeks.

This is a list of the U.S. Billboard magazine Hot 100 number-ones of 1992. The longest running number-one single of 1992 is "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston, which stayed at the top of the chart for 14 weeks. "I Will Always Love You" became the longest running song at number one when it reached 14 weeks, breaking the record that Boyz II Men's "End of the Road" had just set at 13 weeks.

"End of the Road" broke the record previously set at 11 weeks by Elvis Presley in 1956 with "Hound Dog"/"Don't Be Cruel". "I Will Always Love You" would hold the record as the longest-running song on the Hot 100 until "One Sweet Day" by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men topped the chart for 16 weeks in 1995.

Although "I Will Always Love You" spent nine of its weeks atop the Hot 100 in 1993, it is considered the longest-running song of 1992 because that is when its run began.

Key
The yellow background indicates the #1 song on Billboard's 1992 Year-End Chart of Pop Singles.
Issue date Song Artist(s) Reference
January 4 "Black or White" Michael Jackson [1]
January 11 [2]
January 18 [3]
January 25 "All 4 Love" Color Me Badd [4]
February 1 "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" George Michael and Elton John [5]
February 8 "I'm Too Sexy" Right Said Fred [6]
February 15 [7]
February 22 [8]
February 29 "To Be with You" Mr. Big [9]
March 7 [10]
March 14 [11]
March 21 "Save the Best for Last" Vanessa Williams [12]
March 28 [13]
April 4 [14]
April 11 [15]
April 18 [16]
April 25 "Jump" Kris Kross [17]
May 2 [18]
May 9 [19]
May 16 [20]
May 23 [21]
May 30 [22]
June 6 [23]
June 13 [24]
June 20 "I'll Be There" Mariah Carey [25]
June 27 [26]
July 4 "Baby Got Back" Sir Mix-a-Lot [27]
July 11 [28]
July 18 [29]
July 25 [30]
August 1 [31]
August 8 "This Used to Be My Playground" Madonna [32]
August 15 "End of the Road" Boyz II Men [33]
August 22 [34]
August 29 [35]
September 5 [36]
September 12 [37]
September 19 [38]
September 26 [39]
October 3 [40]
October 10 [41]
October 17 [42]
October 24 [43]
October 31 [44]
November 7 [45]
November 14 "How Do You Talk to an Angel" The Heights [46]
November 21 [47]
November 28 "I Will Always Love You" Whitney Houston [48][49]
December 5 [50][51]
December 12 [52][53]
December 19 [54][55]
December 26 [56][57]

See also

References

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