Selena Gomez’s ‘… Love Song’ & more – Billboard

The New Year’s traditions didn’t take place exactly according to the… well, tradition, several years ago, but the one Billboardsstill possible: For 2022, let’s recap the 22 biggest hits ever to hit number 22 on Billboard Hot 100 song chart.

Next the same, similar before recaps, the list for ’22 below includes classics of pop, rock, R&B and more, all of which peaked at number 22 on the weekly Hot 100.

Happy New Year! … With a look at hits from older years.

22 Number 22 hits for ’22

Ranking, Trophies, Artists, Top Five
1, “Love You Like a Love Song”, Selena Gomez & The Scene, 2012
2, “Tough All Over,” John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band, 1985
3, “Pamela,” Toto, 1988
4, “Bathe Everyone”, James Taylor, 1976
5, “Love Walks In”, Van Halen, 1986
6, “Lonely Weekends”, Charlie Rich, 1960
7, “But it’s okay,” JJ Jackson, 1966
8, “Wiggle Wobble,” Les Cooper and Soul Rockers, 1963
9, “Dead Giveaway,” Shalamar, 1983
10, “My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone),” Chilliwack, 1981
11, “Can I Get a Witness,” Marvin Gaye, 1963
12, “For Your Love (Parts 1 & 2),” The Isley Brothers, 1975
13, “Nutbush City Limits,” Ike & Tina Turner, 1973
14, “Sunset Grill,” Don Henley, 1985
15, “Tie Me Down”, New Boyz feat. Ray J, 2010
16, “Living for Love,” Gloria Estefan, 1991
17, “God Gave Me You,” Blake Shelton, 2011
18, “State of the Heart,” Rick Springfield, 1985
19, “Stand by Me”, Mickey Gilley, 1980
20, “Modern Delilah”, Van Stephenson, 1984
21, “How Can I Tell Her,” Lobo, 1973
22, “She’s a Bad Mama Jama,” Carl Carlton, 1981

At the top of the tally, Selena Gomez “Love You Like a Love Song” by & the Scene peaked at number 22 on the Hot 100 in March 2012. With 38 weeks in the overall survey, it’s her longest-running hit on the chart. It also peaked at #6 on the Pop Airplay chart, marking the first of Gomez’s first 11 songs on the chart; She most recently entered the region with “Lose You to Love Me” which peaked at #2 in January 2020.

“It was a transition period. I’m figuring out what to do,” Gomez mused about 2011 Billboards cover story, at the same time as the release of the main album “Love You Like a Love Song” When will it be time to go home?. The following January, Gomez ended her four-season show on Disney Channel’s . Wizards of Waverly Place.

“It was clearly an important period in my career, and for me personally,” said Gomez, who made his chart debut in 2008. “The good news is that I combined acting and singing for two and a half to three years. But I have to start over in some areas. It’s exciting to start taking risks, to grow more through my music. ”

BillboardsThe 22nd issue 22nd summary of ’22 is based on actual performance on the weekly Hot 100 chart. Songs are ranked based on an inverse score system, with weeks at #1, earning the most value. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, periods are weighted to account for different chart turnover rates over different periods. Selena Gomez’s ‘… Love Song’ & more – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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