Plus, remembering feats by P!nk, George Michael & Usher.
Your weekly recap celebrating important milestones from greater than seven a long time of Billboard chart historical past.
Dec. 10, 1966
The Beach Boys earned one of the acclaimed Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s within the rock period's historical past, "Good Vibrations." The tune grew to become the group's third of 4 leaders; practically 22 years later, the act returned to the highest with 1988's "Kokomo."
Dec. 11, 2010
P!nk was the toast of the Billboard Hot 100, as her "Raise Your Glass" rose to No. 1.
Dec. 12, 1987
George Michael started a four-week command atop the Billboard Hot 100 with "Faith." The tune went on to turn into Billboard's prime hit of all of 1988.
Dec. 13, 2008
It's been 10 years since Beyoncé coined her phrase geared toward pushing guys' chilly ft towards the altar, as "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" spent its first of 4 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Dec. 14, 1968
Fifty years in the past, Marvin Gaye's longest-leading Billboard Hot 100 hit, the long-lasting "I Heard It Through the Grapevine," tallied its first of seven weeks at No. 1.
Dec. 15, 2001
Usher earned the third of his 9 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s to this point, "U Got It Bad." The tune reigned for six whole weeks.
Dec. 16, 2006
More Beyoncé: The diva started her longest solo Billboard Hot 100 reign, as "Irreplaceable" spent its first of 10 weeks at No. 1. She bested her nine-week command with "Baby Boy" in 2003. (As a part of Destiny's Child, Beyoncé dominated for 11 weeks with "Independent Women Part I" in 2000-01.)