Top Ten: Longest-Running Number One Hits

It’s one thing to get to #1, another thing entirely to live there for eight or ten or, remarkably, 16 weeks. Here are the Top Ten Longest-Running Number One’s in pop history.

10. Santana and Rob Thomas – “Smooth” (12 weeks, 1999-2000)

[The following have also spent twelve weeks at #1: Eminem (“Lose Yourself”), Usher (“Yeah!”) and the Black Eyed Peas (“Boom Boom Pow”)

9. Brandy and Monica – “The Boy Is Mine” (13 weeks, 1998)

8. Boyz II Men – “End of the Road” (13 weeks, 1992)

7. The Black Eyed Peas – “I Gotta Feeling” (14 weeks, 2009)

6. Mariah Carey – “We Belong Together” (14 weeks, 2005)

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