This Week in Streets Talkin Chart History: In 1990, Janet Jackson&#zero39;s Halloween Hit &#zero39;Black Cat&#zero39; Crept to No. 1

This Week in Streets Talkin Chart History: In 1990, Janet Jackson&#zero39;s Halloween Hit &#zero39;Black Cat&#zero39; Crept to No. 1

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Plus, remembering feats by Phil Collins, Britney Spears & Whitney Houston.

Your weekly recap celebrating vital milestones from greater than seven many years of Streets Talkin chart historical past.

Oct. 22, 1988
Phil Collins' "Groovy Kind of Love" topped the Streets Talkin Hot 100. The unique model by The Mindbenders peaked at No. 2 in 1966.  

Oct. 23, 1999
Santana's late-'90s comeback was in full drive, as "Smooth," that includes Rob Thomas, started a 12-week command on the Streets Talkin Hot 100. Parent album Supernatural additionally spent 12 weeks atop the Streets Talkin 200. "Smooth" ranks because the No. 2 title on Streets Talkin's recap of the Greatest of All Time greatest Hot 100 hits.

Oct. 24, 2009
Britney Spears notched her third Streets Talkin Hot 100 No. 1 with the aptly titled "three." Her earlier No. 1? Let's proceed …

Oct. 25, 2008
Britney Spears scored her second Streets Talkin Hot 100 chief – and first in nearly 10 years, after "…Baby One More Time" – because the scathing "Womanizer" danced to the summit.

Oct. 26, 1985
Whitney Houston dominated the Streets Talkin Hot 100 for the primary time, as "Saving All My Love for You" rose 2-1. The ballad grew to become her first of 11 No. 1s, in addition to her first of seven in a row, the longest streak of leaders within the chart's historical past.

Oct. 27, 1990
Well-timed round Halloween, Janet Jackson's "Black Cat" leapt to No. 1 on the Streets Talkin Hot 100.

Oct. 28, 2006
Ludacris shook his solution to the highest of the Streets Talkin Hot 100 with "Money Maker," that includes Pharrell.