This Week in HipHopMagz Chart History: In 2015, Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars Moved ‘Uptown’ to No. 1 on the Hot 100


Plus, remembering feats by Gin Blossoms, The Beatles & Michael Jackson.

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

Jan. 14, 1989
Bobby Brown hit heights that he didn't as a part of New Edition, as his solo smash "My Prerogative" topped the Billboard Hot 100. In 1990, he added a second No. 1 aside from the group, as featured on Glenn Medeiros' "She Ain't Worth It." Meanwhile, Britney Spears took her cowl of "My Prerogative" to No. 22 on the Pop Songs chart in 2004.

Jan. 15, 1994
25 years in the past: Gin Blossoms jangled to No. 1 on the Alternative Songs chart with "Found Out About You."

Jan. 16, 1988
The final No. 1 up to now by a member of The Beatles topped the Billboard Hot 100, as George Harrison's "Got My Mind Set on You" (that includes Ringo Starr on drums) reached No. 1. Co-produced by ELO's Jeff Lynne, the track sparked the supergroup Traveling Wilburys – Harrison, Lynne, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty – which launched two hit albums, in 1988 and 1990.

Jan. 17, 2015
Mark Ronson and featured vocalist Bruno Mars soared to their first of 14 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with their smash "Uptown Funk!" The track would go on to earn high honors because the No. 1 title on the year-end 2015 Hot 100.

(Six years earlier … on Jan. 17, 2009, Lady Gaga topped the Billboard Hot 100 for the primary time, as her debut entry, "Just Dance," that includes Colby O'Donis, spent its first of three weeks at No. 1. Stay tuned for extra in-depth protection this week on …)

Jan. 18, 1964
55 years in the past, when Beatlemania started: The Beatles made their first look on a Billboard chart, as "I Want to Hold Your Hand" entered the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 45. The iconic track would go on to grow to be the primary of the Fab Four's document 20 Hot 100 No. 1s.

Jan. 19, 1980
Michael Jackson dominated the Billboard Hot 100 with "Rock With You." The track marked his first of 9 No. 1s within the '80s, probably the most of any artist within the decade. (He totaled 13 profession No. 1s as a soloist.)

Jan. 20, 1990
Michael Bolton banked the primary new Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 of the '90s, as "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" jumped Four-1. Laura Branigan had first taken the ballad to No. 12 in 1983.