Mariah Carey's Top 40 Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits

A recap of the superstar's top-charting songs dating to her 1990 debut.

With 18 No. 1s on the Billboard Hot 100, Mariah Carey holds the record for the most leaders on the list of any solo artist, second overall only to The Beatles (who hold the record with 20). Notably, she landed a No. 1 every year from 1990 through 2000, while her duet with Boyz II Men, "One Sweet Day," is tied with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito," featuring Justin Bieber, for the most weeks at No. 1: 16 (starting Dec. 2, 1995).

Meanwhile, her holiday classic "All I Want for Christmas Is You" finally hit the Hot 100's top 10 in 2017, 23 years after its 1994 release, becoming her 28th top 10.

Carey has additionally landed 17 top 10 albums on the Billboard 200, with six hitting No. 1. Her self-titled 1990 debut LP ruled the list the longest of her leaders, for 11 weeks, beginning March 2, 1991.

And, of her 34 Grammy Award nominations, Carey has taken home five trophies, including the 1991 award for best new artist. She is credited as a trailblazer for numerous female vocalists, with artists like BeyoncĂ©Ariana GrandeLady Gaga and more having cited her as an inspiration.

Here is a look at Carey's top-performing hits on the Hot 100.

Mariah Carey's Top 40 Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits

1, "We Belong Together" peak position No. 1 (14 weeks), peak date June 4, 2005

2, "One Sweet Day" (Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men), No. 1 (16 weeks), Dec. 2, 1995

3, "Love Takes Time," No. 1 (three weeks), Nov. 10, 1990

4, "Vision of Love," No. 1 (four weeks), Aug. 4, 1990

5, "Fantasy," No. 1 (eight weeks), Sept. 30, 1995

6, "Emotions," No. 1 (three weeks), Oct. 12, 1991

7, "Dreamlover," No. 1 (eight weeks), Sept. 11, 1993

8, "Someday," No. 1 (two weeks), March 9, 1991

9, "Hero," No. 1 (four weeks), Dec. 25, 1993

10, "Always Be My Baby," No. 1 (two weeks), May 4, 1996

11, "I Don't Wanna Cry," No. 1 (two weeks), May 25, 1991

12, "Shake It Off," No. 2, Sept. 10, 2005

13, "Without You"/"Never Forget You," No. 3, March 19, 1994

14, "My All," No. 1 (one week), May 23, 1998

15, "I Know What You Want" (Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey feat. The Flipmode Squad), No. 3, May 31, 2003

16, "Can't Let Go," No. 2, Jan. 25, 1992

17, "Honey," No. 1 (three weeks), Sept. 13, 1997

18, "Don't Forget About Us," No. 1 (two weeks), Dec. 31, 2005

19, "I'll Be There," No. 1 (2 weeks), June 20, 1992

20, "Heartbreaker" (Mariah Carey feat. Jay Z), No. 1 (two weeks), Oct. 9, 1999

21, "Touch My Body," No. 1 (two weeks), April 12, 2008

22, "Endless Love" (Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey), No. 2, Oct. 1, 1994

23, "I Still Believe," No. 4, March 20, 1999

24, "Make It Happen," No. 5, April 11, 1992

25, "Obsessed," No. 7, Sept. 19, 2009

26, "Thank God I Found You" (Mariah Carey feat. Joe and 98 Degrees), No. 1 (one week), Feb. 19, 2000

27, "All I Want for Christmas Is You," No. 9, Dec. 30, 2017

28, "Anytime You Need a Friend," No. 12, June 25, 1994

29, "Loverboy" (Mariah Carey feat. Cameo), No. 2, Aug. 4, 2001

30, "It's Like That," No. 16, March 12, 2005

31, "#Beautiful" (Mariah Carey feat. Miguel), No. 15, June 22, 2013

32, "When You Believe" (Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey), No. 15, Jan. 30, 1999

33, "Bye Bye," No. 19, May 31, 2008

34, "U Make Me Wanna" (Jadakiss feat. Mariah Carey), No. 21, Dec. 25, 2004

35, "Crybaby" (Mariah Carey feat. Snoop Dogg), No. 28, June 24, 2000

36, "I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time," No. 58, Aug. 30, 2008

37, "I Want to Know What Love Is," No. 60, Oct. 17, 2009

38, "Through the Rain," No. 81, Jan. 18, 2003

39, "Say Somethin' " (Mariah Carey feat. Snoop Dogg), No. 79, May 20, 2006

40, "My Love" (The-Dream feat. Mariah Carey), No. 82, March 21, 2009

Mariah Carey's Top 40 Biggest Billboard Hot 100 hits chart is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100, through the March 31, 2018, ranking. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted to account for different chart turnover rates over various periods.