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
to pay attention to lyrics. If you have 3
minutes, don't waste it on rubbish" - Jay Sean
Jay Sean was born Kamaljit
Singh Jhooti on March 26, 1981 in England. Sean's
interest in music began early when he got
together with his cousin Pritpal Ruprai to form a
hip hop group called 'Compulsive Disorder' - Jay
was 11 and dubbed himself 'Nicky J.' Sean later
dropped out of school studying medicine to pursue
his music interests. Sean found success in the UK
and internationally before teaming up with Lil Wayne and finding success in the
US. The single "Down" became Sean's first hit in
the US and went all the way to the top.
March 26: Jay Sean was born as
Kamaljit Singh Jhooti.
September: The single "Dance
With You (Nachna Tere Naal)" was released
and hit the Top 20 in the UK and Top 5 in
June: Jay Sean got his first
Top 10 hit in the UK with "Eyes On
October: The single
"Stolen" hit the Top 5 in the UK.
November 8: Jay Sean released his
debut LP Me
Against Myself in the UK. The LP spawned 2 Top 10
hits in the UK. UK hits from the LP included
"Dance With You," "Eyes On
You," and "Stolen."
May: Jay Sean appeared as
himself in the Bollywood film Kyaa Kool Hai
January: Jay Sean released the
single "Ride It." The single hit the
Top 20 in the UK, Top 10 in Russia, and hit #1 in
Romania and Turkey.
April: The single
"Maybe" was released. The single hit
the Top 20 in the UK and topped the charts in
May 12: Jay Sean released the LP My
Own Way in the UK after numerous delays due
to material being leaded online. The LP went Top
in the UK and topped the UK R&B LP chart. UK
hits from the LP included "Ride It,"
"Maybe," and "Stay."
July: The single
"Stay" was released.
December 21: A deluxe edition of My
Own Way was released in the UK with
additional songs and remixes. Plans to release
the deluxe edition in the US were cancelled.
Jay Sean signed with
the American label Cash Money Records.
Released: November 8, 2004 (UK) Tracks: "Intro (Balcony
Skit)" - "Eyes On You" -
"One Night" - "Don't
Rush" - "On And On" -
"Stolen" - "Come With Me"
- "Holding On" - "Interlude
(Irony Skit)" - "Dance With
You" - "Man's World (Ramta
Jogi)" - "I Believe In You" -
"One Minute" - "Meri
Jaan" - "Me Against Myself" -
"You Don't Know Me" - "Who Is
Released: November 23, 2009 Billboard Top
peak: # 37 Tracks: "Do You" -
"Fire" - ""Down" (with Lil Wayne)
- "Do You Remember" (with Sean Paul
& Lil Jon) - "Ride It" -
"Love Like This (Eternity)" -
"If I Ain't Got You" -
"War" - "Cry" - "All
Or Nothing" - "Stuck In The
Middle" - "Stay" -
"Lights Off" - "Down" (Candle Light
Released: July 30, 2013 Tracks: "Neon" -
"Luckiest Man" - "Words"
- "Where You Are" - "Guns And
Roses" - "Mars" (feturing Rick
Ross) - "Miss Popular" -
"Close To You" - "Deep
End" - "Worth It All" -
"Passenger Side" - "All On
Your Body" (featuring Ace Hood) -
"Breakdown" (featuring Busta
Rhymes) - "Sucka For You" -
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.