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
Charlie Puth was born
December 2, 1991 in New Jersey. From an early
age, music was a big interest for Charlie
eventually leading to graduating from the Berklee
College of Music with a music production major.
Charlie began trying to get his music to the
public through YouTube and his channel Charlies
Vlogs. He rose to fame when he contributed
vocals to the big Wiz Khalifa hit See You Again" from the Furious
Charlie was signed to
Ellen DeGeneres' music label,
eleveneleven, after she saw him with Emily
Luther performing the cover of the Adele song "Someone Like
Charlie released the
promotional single "Break Again."
April 18: Charlie topped the
Billboard Digital Songs chart for 7 weeks and
R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Songs chart for 13 weeks
helping out Wiz Khalifa with "See You Again."
April 25: Charlie topped the UK
singles chart for 2 weeks helping out Wiz Khalifa with "See You Again." The single also
topped the singles chart in Australia, Canada,
Denmark, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, and
April 25: Charlie topped the
Billboard Hot 100 chart for 12 weeks,
R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for 14 weeks and Rap
Songs chart for 15 weeks helping out Wiz Khalifa with "See You Again."
January 29: Charlie released his
debut LP Nine
Track Mind. The LP hit the Top 10 in the US,
Australia, Canada, Holland, France, New Zealand,
Scotland, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland,
and the UK. The LP hit #1 in Taiwan.
Released: May 11, 2018 US: Gold Billboard Top
peak: # 4 Billboard # 1: Digital Albums Tracks: "The Way I
Am" - "Attention" - "LA
Girls" - "How Long" - "Done For Me" (featuring
Kehlani) - "Patient" - "If You
Leave Me Now" (featuring Boyz II Men) -
"BOY" - Slow It Down" -
"Change" (featuring James Taylor) -
"Somebody Told Me" - "Empty
Cups" - "Through It All"
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.