Maroon 5 or Ace of Base? Gwen Stefani or Britney Spears? Justin Timberlake or … Sugar Ray?When it comes to number one music hits, we bet you don’t know who has more radio cred.
In honour of the 20th anniversary of its Top Pop Songs chart, Billboard released the top 100 songs to ever make the list since its debut in ’92.
Billboard compiled the ranking based on its weekly radio chart comparing which songs had the highest number of weeks at the top.
While you can check out the entire list here, we’ve compiled the tracks that made it into the top 10.
Missing from the top are some of the most memorable singers and boybands of the ’90s: *N Sync, Backstreet Boys, and even Britney Spears.
Check out the hits and see if you agree.
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