This Week in HipHopMagz Chart History: In 1995, Whitney Houston Led the Hot 100 With 'Exhale (Shoop Shoop)'


Plus, remembering feats by Nelly, Nirvana & Ringo Starr.

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

Nov. 19, 1994
After 16 hits, all of which reached the highest 20, starting in 1989, Mary Chapin Carpenter topped Hot Country Songs ultimately with "Shut Up and Kiss Me." The sassy single launched Stones within the Road, additionally Carpenter's first No. 1 on Top Country Albums.   

Nov. 20, 2010
Nelly notched his fifth, and most up-to-date, Pop Songs No. 1, "Just a Dream." His first 4 leaders: "Hot in Herre" (2002); "Dilemma," that includes Kelly Rowland (2002); "Shake Ya Tailfeather," with P. Diddy and Murphy Lee (2003); and "Over and Over," that includes Tim McGraw (2004).

Nov. 21, 1981
Oli Newton-John labored her solution to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Physical." The basic would lead for 10 weeks, becoming a member of Debby Boone's 1977 No. 1 "You Light Up My Life" as the one songs to that time to reign for double-digit weeks. (No music would lead longer till Boyz II Men's "End of the Road," for 13 weeks, in 1992.)

Nov. 22, 1986
Human League's "Human" grew to become the group's second Billboard Hot 100 No. 1. Four years earlier, the act had danced to the highest with "Don't You Want Me."

Nov. 23, 1991
A milestone within the grunge period: Nirvana topped Billboard's Alternative Songs chart with "Smells Like Teen Spirit."

Nov. 24, 1973
After sharing a report 20 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s as a member of The Beatles, Ringo Starr drummed up his first solo chief, "Photograph." He added a second No. 1 with follow-up "You're Sixteen" in 1974.

Nov. 25, 1995
Whitney Houston scored her 11th, and final, Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 with "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)."