List of Pop 100 chart achievements

These are the records of the Pop 100 chart. Published by Billboard magazine, The Pop 100 is a chart that measures the most popular songs of the pop music genre in the United States. It is compiled by the statistical airplay (not radio spins) of Top 40 Mainstream/Pop radio and digital downloads. As the chart is relatively new, some information may incomplete, and the stats may change constantly.
==Single with the most weeks at #1==
=====Single with the most weeks at #1=====
Flo Rida's song "Low" featuring T-Pain and "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis are the singles that have spent the most weeks at #1. They both spent 12 weeks at #1 in 2008.
=====Single with the most weeks at #1 (Female Artist)=====
Leona Lewis' "Bleeding Love" is the single that has spent the most weeks at #1 on the Pop 100 by a solo female artist. It has spent 12 weeks at #1 in 2008.
=====Single with the most weeks at #1 (Male Artist)=====
Flo Rida's song "Low" featuring T-Pain is the single that has spent the most weeks at #1 by a solo male artist. It has spent 12 weeks at #1 in 2008.
=====Single with the most weeks at #1 (Group)=====
OneRepublic's "Apologize" is the single that has spent the most weeks at #1 on the Pop 100 by a group. It has spent 8 weeks at #1 in 2007.
==Artist with the most #1 singles==
=====Artist with the most #1 singles (Solo Artist) =====
Justin Timberlake, Fergie, Rihanna and Timbaland share the record for the most number-one singles in Pop 100 for a solo artist, having four chart-toppers each.
=====Artist with the most #1 singles (Female Artist)=====
Fergie and Rihanna
=====Artist with the most #1 singles (Male Artist)=====
Justin Timberlake and Timbaland share the record with 4 hits each.
=====Artist with the most #1 singles (Group)=====
There is currently an 9-way tie between Green Day, The Pussycat Dolls, Nickelback, Hinder, Fall Out Boy, Maroon 5, Plain White T's, OneRepublic, and the Black Eyed Peas since none of them (so far) has had more than one #1 single.
==Artist with the most cumulative weeks at #1 ==
=====Artist with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (for a solo artist)=====
Rihanna holds the record for the most cumulative weeks at number one with nineteen weeks.
=====Artist with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (for a female artist)=====
Rihanna holds the record for the most cumulative weeks at number one with nineteen weeks, with "SOS", "Umbrella", "Disturbia" and "Live Your Life".
=====Artist with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (for a male artist)=====
Flo Rida has the record for the most cumulative weeks at number one, with eighteen weeks with the songs which was at the top for twelve weeks and Right Round which was at the top for six weeks.
=====Artist with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (for a group)=====
OneRepublic is the group artist with the most cumulative weeks at #1. They currently have 8 weeks with "Apologize".
==Writer with the most #1 singles==
=====Writer with the most #1 singles (male writer)=====
Timbaland is the male writer with the most #1 singles. He has written or co-written 7 chart-toppers.
=====Writer with the most #1 singles (female writer)=====
Fergie is the female writer with the most #1 singles. She has co-written 4 chart-toppers.
=====Writer with the most #1 singles (group writer)=====
Green Day is the group writer with the most #1 singles. They have written 1 chart-topper.
==Writer with the most cumulative weeks at #1==
=====Writer with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (male writer)=====
Timbaland is the male writer with the most weeks at #1. He currently has 24 weeks with "Promiscuous", "SexyBack", "My Love", "Say It Right", "What Goes Around...", "Give It to Me", and "The Way I Are".
=====Writer with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (female writer)=====
Nelly Furtado is the female writer most cumulative weeks at #1. She currently has 12 weeks with "Promiscuous" and "Say It Right".
=====Writer with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (group writer)=====
Green Day is the group writer with the most cumulative weeks at #1. They currently have 3 weeks with "Boulevard of Broken Dreams".
==Producer with the most #1 singles==
=====Producer with the most #1 singles (male producer)=====
Timbaland is the male producer with the most #1 singles produced. He has produced 8 chart-toppers ("Promiscuous", "SexyBack", "My Love", "Say It Right", "What Goes Around...", "Give It to Me", "The Way I Are", and "Apologize").
=====Producer with the most #1 singles (female producer)=====
Beyoncé is the female producer with the most #1 singles produced. She has produced 2 chart-toppers ("Check On It" and "Irreplaceable").
=====Producer with the most #1 singles (group producer)=====
Green Day and Maroon 5 each has produced 1 hit (their own) that has topped the Pop 100.
==Producer with the most cumulative weeks at #1==
=====Producer with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (male producer)=====
Timbaland is the male producer with the most cumulative weeks at #1. He currently has 37 weeks with "Promiscuous", "SexyBack", "My Love", "Say It Right", "What Goes Around...", "Give It to Me", "The Way I Are", and "Apologize".
=====Producer with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (female producer)=====
Beyoncé Knowles is the female producer with the most cumulative weeks at #1. She currently has 11 weeks with "Check On It" and "Irreplaceable".
=====Producer with the most cumulative weeks at #1 (group producer)=====
Maroon 5 is the group producer with the most cumulative weeks at #1. They currently have 5 weeks with "Makes Me Wonder"
Other Trivia
Lowest Hot 100 Peak
Natasha Bedingfield's Unwritten is the single with the lowest peak on the Hot 100 (#5) that still reached #1 on the Pop 100. Other songs that have done the same include Hinder's Lips of an Angel, Timbaland's The Way I Are, Katy Perry's Hot n Cold (All peaked at #3 on the Hot 100), and Sara Bareilles's Love Song (Peaked at #4 on the Hot 100).
=====Artists who have replaced themselves at #1=====
Akon is the only artist to replace himself on the Pop 100. This occurred when I Wanna Love You featuring Snoop Dogg replaced Smack That featuring Eminem on 12/9/2006.
=====Same Song at #1 By Different Artists=====
The Season 4 American Idol Coronation song, Inside Your Heaven reached #1 by both Carrie Underwood (7/2/2005) and Bo Bice (7/9/2005)
Last Song on the Pop 100
The Black Eyed Peas' hit single Boom Boom Pow topped the chart before the discontinuation of the Pop 100.It remained at the top for 8 non-consecutive weeks.It may have topped the chart for the reason of the single still tops on the Hot 100 on the week the Pop 100 discontinued,given the chance.



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