This Week in HipHopMagz Chart History: In 1989, Debbie Gibson’s ‘Lost in Your Eyes’ Was Found at No. 1 on the Hot 100

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Plus, remembering feats by Rihanna, Britney Spears & REO Speedwagon.

Your weekly recap celebrating vital milestones from greater than seven a long time of Billboard chart historical past.

March four, 1989
30 years in the past: Debbie Gibson soared to her second Billboard Hot 100 No. 1, as ballad "Lost in Your Eyes" lifted 2-1. "Obviously, dance songs can stand the take a look at of time, however nothing penetrates and spans all age teams, all ethnicities or all genders like a ballad," Gibson informed Billboard in 2014 upon the 25th anniversary of the discharge of guardian album Electric Youth.

"One of my favourite issues, to at the present time, is that many individuals come as much as me and inform me that they discovered tips on how to play the piano from that tune and from that sheet music, which is such an honor to me."

March 5, 2016
Rihanna scored her 14th and most up-to-date Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 with "Work," that includes Drake. The pair had beforehand topped the Hot 100 in 2010 with "What's My Name?"

March 6, 1965
An all-time pop/R&B traditional reached the highest of the Billboard Hot 100: the Temptations' "My Girl." The legendary act earned the dignity of the No. 1 artist in Billboard's recap of the highest all-time R&B/hip-hop acts. Check out the all-time high artist, album and tune rankings.

March 7, 2009
10 years in the past: Britney Spears scored her fifth Pop Songs No. 1, as "Circus" jumped Three-1. She's since added her sixth, and most up-to-date chief, "I Wanna Go," in 2011.

March eight, 2003
50 Cent started a nine-week reign on the Billboard Hot 100 with "In Da Club," the rapper's first of 4 No. 1s.

March 9, 1985
REO Speedwagon started a three-week command of the Billboard Hot 100 with love tune "Can't Fight This Feeling."

March 10, 1979
40 years in the past: Gloria Gaynor strutted to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 along with her iconic disco anthem "I Will Survive."