What were the top 5 songs in 2008?
This is a list of the magazine’s Top Hot 100 songs of 2008….Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 2008.
|1||“Low”||Flo Rida featuring T-Pain|
|2||“Bleeding Love”||Leona Lewis|
|3||“No One”||Alicia Keys|
|4||“Lollipop”||Lil Wayne featuring Static Major|
What was the biggest song in 2009?
The 2009 list was dominated by The Black Eyed Peas and Lady Gaga, who shared the top four spots….Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 2009.
|1||“Boom Boom Pow”||The Black Eyed Peas|
|2||“Poker Face”||Lady Gaga|
|3||“Just Dance”||Lady Gaga featuring Colby O’Donis|
|4||“I Gotta Feeling”||The Black Eyed Peas|
What was the number one song in September 2009?
|September 12||“Party in the U.S.A.”||Miley Cyrus|
|September 26||“I Gotta Feeling”||The Black Eyed Peas|
|October 3||“Empire State of Mind”||Jay-Z and Alicia Keys|
What are the top ten Hot 100 Songs of 2009?
List of Billboard Hot 100 top ten singles in 2009 which peaked in 2008 Top ten entry date Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in top ten September 6 “Whatever You Like” T.I. 1 September 6 19 September 13 “I’m Yours” (#7) Jason Mraz: 6 September 20 13 October 4 “Love Lockdown” Kanye West 3 October 4 9 “Hot n Cold” Katy Perry 3 November 22 18
Who are the top selling artists of 2009?
The 2009 list was dominated by The Black Eyed Peas and Lady Gaga, who shared the top four spots. In late December, DJ Earworm released a mashup video to YouTube titled “Blame It On The Pop”, featuring the top twenty-five songs from the list, as he had also done the previous two years for his “United State of Pop” series.
Who are the top 100 Songs of the year?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Billboard magazine each year releases a Top Hot 100 songs of the year, counted from the first week of November to the final week in October. The 2009 list was dominated by The Black Eyed Peas and Lady Gaga, who shared the top four spots.
What was the most popular rap song in 2009?
“Wasted”, though, was not an act, and, given his recent legal troubles, has a brutally sad subtext– you know you have a substance abuse problem when you’re failing piss-tests under threat of jail time. It was the party-rap hit of 2009, a track for rap fans tired of the encroaching gloss of Flo Rida’s 1980s corpse-fucking formula.