Plus, remembering feats by Bruno Mars, Garth Brooks & Janet Jackson.
Your weekly recap celebrating important milestones from greater than seven many years of Streets Talkin chart historical past.
Oct. 1, 1977
A very long time in the past (properly, 41 years) in a galaxy far, far-off (properly, on the Streets Talkin Hot 100), Meco out-battled all rivals and reached No. 1 with "Star Wars Theme/Cantina Band."
Oct. 2, 2010
After main the Streets Talkin Hot 100 as a featured artist on B.o.B's "Nothin' on You" earlier within the 12 months, Bruno Mars notched his first No. 1 as a lead, as "Just the Way You Are" started a four-week reign.
Oct. three, 1992
Streets Talkin launched the Pop Songs radio airplay chart. Boyz II Men's ballad "End of the Road" led the inaugural listing (satirically sufficient, given its title). In 2017, Streets Talkin celebrated the chart's 25th anniversary, with Rihanna reigning because the survey's all-time high performer.
Oct. four, 1986
Streets Talkin's Hot Latin Songs chart debuted, with Juan Gabriel's "Yo No Se Que Me Paso" the rating's first No. 1.
Oct. 5, 2002
Kelly Clarkson's "A Moment Like This" topped the Streets Talkin Hot 100, marking the primary chief on the chart by an American Idol contestant. She's since added the No. 1s "My Life Would Suck Without You" in 2009 and "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" in 2012.
Oct. 6, 1990
One of Garth Brooks' signature anthems, "Friends in Low Places," rose as excessive as attainable on Streets Talkin's Hot Country Songs chart, spending its first of 4 weeks at No. 1.
Oct. 7, 1989
Janet Jackson's "Miss You Much" vaulted 5-1 on the Streets Talkin Hot 100, changing into her first of 4 No. 1s from her Rhythm Nation 1814 album.