This Week in HipHopMagz Chart History: In 1968, The Beatles Began Their Longest Hot 100 Reign With 'Hey Jude'


Plus, remembering feats by Selena Gomez, P!nk & Cher.

Your weekly recap celebrating vital milestones from greater than seven many years of Billboard chart historical past.

Sept. 24, 1988
30 years in the past: Bobby McFerrin topped the Billboard Hot 100 with the a cappella popular culture smash "Don't Worry, Be Happy." (Feel extra relaxed after listening?)

Sept. 25, 1982
It was no trick: The Steve Miller Band appeared at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Abracadabra."

Sept. 26, 2015
Selena Gomez scored her first No. 1 on the Pop Songs airplay chart, "Good for You," that includes A$AP Rocky. She'd additionally lead together with her subsequent two singles: "Same Old Love" and "Hands to Myself."

Sept. 27, 2008
10 years in the past: She's nonetheless a rock star: P!nk notched her second Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 (of 4 to this point), and first on her personal, with "So What." She'd first reigned with Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim and Mya on "Lady Marmalade" in 2001.

Sept. 28, 1968
50 years in the past: The Beatles started their longest Billboard Hot 100 command, as "Hey Jude" arrange at No. 1 for the primary of 9 weeks.

Sept. 29, 1990
Nelson, the pop-rock duo that includes Rick Nelson's long-haired sons Matthew and Gunnar, topped the Billboard Hot 100 with its catchy debut single "(Can't Live Without Your) Love and Affection." (Their father had tallied the Hot 100's very first No. 1, as "Poor Little Fool" led the inaugural Aug. four, 1958-dated chart.)

Sept. 30, 1989
She discovered a method: Cher climbed to the highest of Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart with "If I Could Turn Back Time."