2013 Number 1 Song

The Number One Song of 2013

If you’re looking for the number one song of 2013, you’re in luck. The Vodafone Big Top 40 was the first chart to see a new number one since the start of 2013. This chart has been in existence for six weeks and is the most recent. “Thrift Shop” is the latest song to top the chart, and it was released on 7th July 2013.

Billboard has released a list with the top 100 songs in 2013 and eleven of them reached number one. “Thrift Shop”, one of these songs, spent 49 weeks on Billboard’s charts and reached No. 1 twice in 2013.

Robin Thicke earned his first Hot 100 number one single with “Blurred Lines,” which spent 12 weeks at the top of the chart. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis were the only acts to have two songs in top five. Their first single was “Thrift Shop” featuring Wanz. Their second number one song, “Can’t Hold Us,” came in at No. 2. Baauer’s “Radioactive”, peaked at No. 3 on the Hot 100 but slashed the alternative chart.

“Butter” by Ariana Grande was the first number one song in 2021, and it debuted at the top spot on June 5, 2021. It remained at the top for seven consecutive weeks. It was the most popular song in 2021, and it is still the Hot 100’s best-selling single. The song has remained on top for seven consecutive weeks. It’s a strong contender for the number one spot next year.

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