Here you will find a comprehensive list of the Billboard Top Songs songs for every year since according to Billboard Magazine. Please keep in mind that some years, specially in the early years may only contain songs. Due to the early state of the music industry and Billboard magazine itself. The magazine has an amazing story in how it morphed over the years into the most popular music chart magazine on the planet. Today Billboard magazine and its charts are the industry standard for measuring the success of musical works all over the world. Many people want to know what were the Top songs of a particular year and billboard has been keeping track since so if you are looking for the top of every year since the beginning of the chart history, you are a the right place. Have a look around and enjoy! Not many people know that Billboard magazine has been around for quite a while. Outside of publishing several industry standard charts every week and at the end of every year, it publishes the Billboard Top of that particular year.
2016: Justin Bieber — "Love Yourself"
2017: Ed Sheeran — "Shape of You"
Hot Billboard Streaming Songs. Radio Songs. Digital Song Sales. Other Albums. New Age. Other Genres. Top Labels. Hot Artists.
1940: "I'll Never Smile Again" — Tommy Dorsey
What was the most popular song the year you were born? While the Billboard Music Awards might have been postponed amid the coronavirus pandemic , in honor of the acclaimed music magazine, Wonderwall. We're starting with a somber song all about love that stole the top spot in the country and everyone's heart back in the day…. It's a song that speaks to anyone who's ever had a broken heart: In July , "I'll Never Smile Again" became an instant hit for listeners and lovebirds in the States and remained on the charts for three impressive months. Performed by big band leader Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, with smooth vocals by Frank Sinatra and the Pied Pipers, the song captured the sorrow of losing the one you love. The song "Chattanooga Choo Choo," which was featured in the movie "Sun Valley Serenade," became the big band hit of The trumpet-heavy track, performed by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, with vocals from Paula Kelly and The Modernaires, was about traveling from New York to Chattanooga, Tennessee, by rail and captured the hopeful spirit of visiting somewhere new. It remained in the No. Recorded on Dec. Released in January , the big band track sung by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires quickly became a hit.
The Fat Man - Fats Domino. Mona Lisa - Nat "King" Cole. Tennessee Waltz - Patti Page. I'm Movin' On - Hank Snow. Rollin' Stone - Muddy Waters. Sixty Minute Man - Dominoes.