Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 2006

This is a list of Billboard magazine's Top Hot 100 songs of 2006.[1]

Daniel Powter
Canadian singer-songwriter Daniel Powter topped the chart with his song "Bad Day."
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American rock band The Fray had two songs on the chart, both in the top 30: "Over My Head (Cable Car)" at 13 and "How to Save a Life" at 27.
Chris Brown
Chris Brown had four songs on the chart. "Run It!" featuring Juelz Santana was his most successful song at 16.
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Ne-Yo had three songs on the chart from his debut album In My Own Words. The most successful of these was "So Sick" at 17.
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Barbadian singer Rihanna had two songs on the chart, both in the top 30: "SOS" at 19 and "Unfaithful" at 28.
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Canadian rock band Nickelback had three songs on the chart from their album All the Right Reasons. The most successful was "Photograph" at 38.
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American rapper T.I. had four songs on the chart, "What You Know" was his most successful song at 47 on the chart.
No. Title Artist(s)
1 "Bad Day" Daniel Powter
2 "Temperature" Sean Paul
3 "Promiscuous" Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland
4 "You're Beautiful" James Blunt
5 "Hips Don't Lie" Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
6 "Unwritten" Natasha Bedingfield
7 "Crazy" Gnarls Barkley
8 "Ridin'" Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone
9 "SexyBack" Justin Timberlake featuring Timbaland
10 "Check on It" Beyoncé featuring Slim Thug
11 "Be Without You" Mary J. Blige
12 "Grillz" Nelly, Paul Wall and Ali & Gipp
13 "Over My Head (Cable Car)" The Fray
14 "Me & U" Cassie
15 "Buttons" Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg
16 "Run It!" Chris Brown featuring Juelz Santana
17 "So Sick" Ne-Yo
18 "It's Goin' Down" Yung Joc featuring Nitti
19 "SOS" Rihanna
20 "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" Panic! at the Disco
21 "Move Along" The All-American Rejects
22 "London Bridge" Fergie
23 "Dani California" Red Hot Chili Peppers
24 "Snap Yo Fingers" Lil Jon featuring E-40 and Sean Paul
25 "Lean wit It, Rock wit It" Dem Franchize Boyz
26 "What Hurts the Most" Rascal Flatts
27 "How to Save a Life" The Fray
28 "Unfaithful" Rihanna
29 "Chasing Cars" Snow Patrol
30 "Lips of an Angel" Hinder
31 "Everytime We Touch" Cascada
32 "Ain't No Other Man" Christina Aguilera
33 "Dance, Dance" Fall Out Boy
34 "Gold Digger" Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx
35 "Money Maker" Ludacris featuring Pharrell
36 "Ms. New Booty" Bubba Sparxxx featuring Ying Yang Twins
37 "(When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me" Sean Paul featuring Keyshia Cole
38 "Photograph" Nickelback
39 "Because of You" Kelly Clarkson
40 "Stickwitu" Pussycat Dolls
41 "I'm 'n Luv (wit a Stripper)" T-Pain featuring Mike Jones
42 "My Humps" The Black Eyed Peas
43 "Where'd You Go" Fort Minor featuring Holly Brook and Jonah Matranga
44 "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)" Chris Brown
45 "Walk Away" Kelly Clarkson
46 "Laffy Taffy" D4L
47 "What You Know" T.I.
48 "Dirty Little Secret" The All-American Rejects
49 "Savin' Me" Nickelback
50 "Don't Forget About Us" Mariah Carey
51 "Sexy Love" Ne-Yo
52 "U and Dat" E-40 featuring T-Pain and Kandi Girl
53 "Far Away" Nickelback
54 "What's Left of Me" Nick Lachey
55 "So What" Field Mob featuring Ciara
56 "Do It to It" Cherish featuring Sean P
57 "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" KT Tunstall
58 "There It Go (The Whistle Song)" Juelz Santana
59 "Shoulder Lean" Young Dro featuring T.I.
60 "Unpredictable" Jamie Foxx featuring Ludacris
61 "My Love" Justin Timberlake featuring T.I.
62 "Shake That" Eminem featuring Nate Dogg
63 "Pullin' Me Back" Chingy featuring Tyrese
64 "Bossy" Kelis featuring Too Short
65 "Chain Hang Low" Jibbs
66 "Smack That" Akon featuring Eminem
67 "One Wish" Ray J
68 "Sugar, We're Goin Down" Fall Out Boy
69 "Gimme That" Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne
70 "I Know You See It" Yung Joc
71 "Who Says You Can't Go Home" Bon Jovi featuring Jennifer Nettles
72 "Too Little Too Late" JoJo
73 "Touch It" Busta Rhymes
74 "Rompe" Daddy Yankee
75 "Déjà Vu" Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z
76 "Life Is a Highway" Rascal Flatts
77 "Call Me When You're Sober" Evanescence
78 "Jesus, Take the Wheel" Carrie Underwood
79 "Show Stopper" Danity Kane featuring Yung Joc
80 "Get Up" Ciara featuring Chamillionaire
81 "We Be Burnin'" Sean Paul
82 "Hate Me" Blue October
83 "You and Me" Lifehouse
84 "Beep" Pussycat Dolls featuring will.i.am
85 "I Think They Like Me" Dem Franchize Boyz featuring Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat and Bow Wow
86 "Say Goodbye" Chris Brown
87 "Waiting on the World to Change" John Mayer
88 "Soul Survivor" Young Jeezy featuring Akon
89 "Pump It" The Black Eyed Peas
90 "When I'm Gone" Eminem
91 "Hung Up" Madonna
92 "Stay Fly" Three 6 Mafia featuring Young Buck and 8Ball & MJG
93 "Love" Keyshia Cole
94 "When You're Mad" Ne-Yo
95 "Why You Wanna" T.I.
96 "Stupid Girls" Pink
97 "Feel Good Inc." Gorillaz
98 "I'm Sprung" T-Pain
99 "Do I Make You Proud" Taylor Hicks
100 "For You I Will (Confidence)" Teddy Geiger

See also

References

  1. ^ "Billboard Year End 2006 charts". Billboard.com. Retrieved May 13, 2016.
2006 in music

This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 2006.

Bad Day (Daniel Powter song)

"Bad Day" is a pop song from Canadian singer Daniel Powter's self-titled second studio album (2005). It was written by Powter and produced by Jeff Dawson and Mitchell Froom. Powter and Dawson recorded the song in 2002 but they could not find a record label to release it at first. The song was first used in a French Coca-Cola television advertisement in Christmas 2004 before its official release. Tom Whalley, Warner Bros. Records' chairman and CEO, offered Powter a contract after hearing a demo tape of it. This track ended up being released as the aforementioned album's lead single in Europe in early 2005.Although "Bad Day" received mixed critical reviews, with some music critics praising its "universal appeal" while others felt it lacked depth in its lyrics, it was a commercial success. In 2005, the single charted in the top five in more than ten countries worldwide and became the most played song on European radio. After its European success, it was released in the United States where it topped the Billboard Hot 100, Pop 100, Adult Top 40, and Adult Contemporary charts. In 2006, it became the first song ever to sell two million digital copies in the United States. After another million were sold, it was certified three-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 2009. It was certified platinum in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom, gold in Denmark and Germany, and also received a certification in France and Japan.

The accompanying music video for "Bad Day" was directed by Marc Webb and reached 9.8 million views in 2006. The video depicts two downcast people sharing a similar routine until they meet each other at the end of the video. The song was used for advertisements and television programs, most prominently as American Idol's elimination song. Different shows and artists covered and parodied "Bad Day", including Saturday Night Live and Alvin and the Chipmunks. Powter has also performed the song on television shows including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and during his concert tours in North America and Europe. The song's success made it Powter's "anthem" and would be included on his later compilation albums B-Sides (2007) and Best of Me (2010).

Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 2005

The Billboard Hot 100 is a chart that ranks the best-performing singles of the United States. Its data, published by Billboard magazine and compiled by Nielsen SoundScan, is based collectively on each single's weekly physical and digital sales, as well as airplay and streaming. At the end of a year, Billboard will publish an annual list of the 100 most successful songs throughout that year on the Hot 100 chart based on the information. For 2005, the list was published on December 20, calculated with data from December 4, 2004 to November 26, 2005. The R&B track We Belong Together by American singer Mariah Carey was named the number 1 song of 2005 and it spent the longest time at number 1 for the year, 14 weeks. This is also the joint-second longest time at number 1 for a single in the 57-year history of the Hot 100 post-1958 inception, after Mariah Carey's own collaboration with Boyz II Men, One Sweet Day, which spent 16 weeks atop the Hot 100 from 1995 to 1996, and Despacito by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, featuring Justin Bieber, which equalled that mark in 2017.

Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 2007

This is a list of Billboard magazine's Top Hot 100 songs of 2007.

List of Billboard Hot 100 top-ten singles in 2006

This is a list of singles that peaked in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 during 2006.

Promiscuous (song)

"Promiscuous" is a song by Canadian singer Nelly Furtado from her third studio album Loose (2006), featuring Timbaland. The song was written by Anthony Motz, along with Tim "Timbaland" Mosley, Furtado and Nate "Danja" Hills. The song's lyrics, which were penned by Furtado and Clayton, feature a conversation between a man and woman who call each other promiscuous. The overtly-sexual song was released as the lead single from the album in North America in early 2006, and as the second single elsewhere in mid-2006 except in Latin America, where the single was released as the third single in late 2006.

The song was well received by music critics, with some critics calling it the highlight of the album. "Promiscuous" was an international success and it had become Furtado's first number-one single in the US. It was the first number one by a Canadian female artist since 1998's "I'm Your Angel" by R. Kelly and Celine Dion on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song also topped the chart in New Zealand and peaked within the top ten on many charts across Europe.

The accompanying music video was directed by Little X, and features scenes of Furtado and Timbaland, in what Furtado describes as a "verbal Ping-Pong game". Cameo appearances are made by Keri Hilson, Justin Timberlake, and Bria Myles. The song won the "Best Pop Single of the Year" at the 2006 Billboard Music Awards and received a nomination for the "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals" at the 49th Grammy Awards, losing to Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder's "For Once in My Life".

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