Top 10 songs by weeks spent on the Billboard Hot 100

Which tracks have spent the most time in the Billboard Hot 100? We list the top 10 tracks, along with the positions they peaked at.

The Weeknd recently took the top spot, taking over Imagine Dragons, for the most weeks spent on the Billboard Hot 100. Here’s how the top 10 tracks currently stack up. Note, in its 88th week at number 18, it looks like The Weeknd is set to continue his streak in the top 100 for some week yet.


1. The Weeknd – Blinding Lights
  • 88 weeks
  • Peaked: #1, April 4, 2020, four weeks

2. Imagine Dragons – Radioactive
  • 87 weeks
  • Peaked: #3, July 6, 2013

3. AWOLNATION – Sail
  • 79 weeks
  • Peaked: #17, Oct. 12, 2013

4. Jason Mraz – I’m Yours
  • 76 weeks
  • Peaked: #6, Sept. 20, 2008

5. LeAnn Rimes – How Do I Live
  • 69 weeks
  • Peaked: #2, Dec. 13, 1997

6. OneRepublic – Counting Stars
  • 68 weeks
  • Peaked: #2, Jan. 18, 2014

7. LMFAO – Party Rock Anthem (feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock)
  • 68 weeks
  • Peaked: #1, July 16, 2011, six weeks

8. Adele – Rolling in the Deep
  • 65 weeks
  • Peaked: #1, May 21, 2011, seven weeks

9. Jewel – You Were Meant for Me/Foolish Games
  • 65 weeks
  • Peaked: #2, April 19, 1997

10. Carrie Underwood – Before He Cheats
  • 64 weeks
  • Peaked: #8, June 2, 2007

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