presents The Top Pop Songs
Of All Time !
We have ranked the top pop songs that have charted over the past
50+ years on The ARC Weekly Top 40 and Billboard Hot 100, and
come up with
a definitive list that will continue to expand as we add to it,
and continue to modify as new songs chart on The ARC Weekly Top
anybody pays you to be creative, you're very
lucky." - Childish Gambino
Childish Gambino was born as Donald
Glover on September 25, 1983 in California and
raised in Georgia. As Donald Glover, he has
proven to be an award-winning actor in films and
the critically acclaimed TV series Atlanta.
As Childish Gambino, he has proven to be a force
of rap, hip-hop and R&B music. If that wasn't
enough he is also known as 'mcDJ' - his DJ name.
Childish Gambino's music career started in 2011
after releasing his debut LP. The name 'Childish
Gambino' came from using the 'Wu-Tang Name
Generator' (which turns your real name into a rap
May 19: Childish Gambino topped
the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 2 weeks, Digital
Songs chart for 2 weeks, Rap Songs chart for 2
weeks, R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for 2 weeks,
and R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Songs chart for 3
weeks with "This Is America."
Released: December 10, 2013 US: Gold Billboard Top
peak: # 7 Billboard # 1: Rap Albums Grammy Nominee: Best Rap Album Rolling Stone: - Entertainment
Weekly: B- Tracks: "The
Library" (Intro) - "I. Crawl"
- "II. Worldstar" - "Dial
Up" - "I. The Worst Guys"
(featuring Chance The Rapper) - "II.
Shadows" - "III. Telegraph Ave.
("Oakland" by Lloyd)" -
"IV. Sweatpants" - "V.
3005" - "Playing Around Before The
Party Starts" - "I. The Party"
- "II. No Exit" - "Death By
Numbers" - "I. Flight Of The
Navigator" - "II. Zealots Of
Stockhold (Free Information)" -
"III. Urn" - "I. Pink
Toes" (featuring Jhene Aiko) - "II.
Earth: The Oldest Computer (The Last
Night)" (featuring Azealia Banks) -
"III. Life: The Biggest Troll (Andrew
Released: October 3, 2014 Billboard Top
peak: # 16 Billboard # 1: Rap Albums Tracks: "Dream /
Southern Hospitality / Partna Dem" -
"F*** Given" - "No Small
Talk" (featuring Kari Faux) -
"Money Baby" - "Move That Dope
/ Nextel Chirp / Let Your Hair Blow"
(featuring Young Scooter) - "AssShots
Remx" (featuring Royalty) -
"Childish Gambino @ The Atrium" -
"U Don't Have To Call" -
"Candler Road" - "All
Y'all" - "Go DJ"
Note: Song title and position
links lead you to the song's ARC Weekly Top 40 chart run, LP links take
you to Amazon.com for that LP's info (often
including track listings and track samples), and
single cover art takes you to Amazon.com for that CD single (if
available). Songs charting prior to 1980 have
information from Billboard magazine.