List of number-one Billboard Streaming Songs of 2019

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This is a list of songs that reached number one on the Billboard magazine Streaming Songs chart in 2019.

Chart history[edit]

Issue date Song Artist(s) Weekly streams
January 5 "All I Want for Christmas Is You" Mariah Carey 51.9 million[1]
January 12 "Sicko Mode" Travis Scott 43.1 million[2]
January 19 "Sunflower" Post Malone and Swae Lee 47.6 million[3]
January 26 52.8 million[4]
February 2 "7 Rings" Ariana Grande 85.3 million[5]
February 9 63.2 million[6]
February 16 57.7 million[7]
February 23 63.5 million[8]
March 2 44.5 million[9]
March 9 43.9 million[10]
March 16 "Sucker" Jonas Brothers 43.7 million[11]
March 23 "7 Rings" Ariana Grande 36.9 million[12]
March 30 36.6 million[13]
April 6 "Sunflower" Post Malone and Swae Lee 38.7 million[14]
April 13 "Old Town Road" Lil Nas X 46.6 million[15]
April 20 Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus 143 million [16]
April 27 125.2 million[17]
May 4 114.4 million[18]
May 11 104 million[19]
May 18 104.1 million[20]
May 25 103.1 million[21]
June 1 130.7 million[22]
June 8 115.3 million[23]
June 15 115.6 million[24]
June 22 99.9 million[25]
June 29 91.6 million[26]
July 6 88.7 million[27]
July 13 89.3 million[28]
July 20 70.5 million[29]
July 27 86.2 million[30]
August 3 72.5 million[31]
August 10 67.4 million[32]
August 17 58.8 million[33]
August 24 53.1 million[34]
August 31 "Ransom" Lil Tecca 52.3 million[35]
September 7 49.7 million[36]
September 14 49.4 million[37]
September 21 46.7 million[38]
September 28 45 million[39]
October 5 45.8 million[40]
October 12 43.1 million[41]
October 19 "Highest in the Room" Travis Scott 59 million[42]
October 26 37.2 million[43]
November 2 33.8 million[44]
November 9 "Lose You to Love Me" Selena Gomez 38.8 million[45]
November 16 "Bandit" Juice Wrld and YoungBoy Never Broke Again [46]
November 23 "Woah" Lil Baby 24 million[47]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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