Stevie Wonder's Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits

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Stevie Wonder performs during the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 7, 2013 in Las Vegas. 

A look at the legend's top-performing songs on the chart.

Happy birthday, Stevie Wonder! As the music icon celebrates his 67th birthday (May 13), Billboard takes a look at his biggest songs on the Billboard Hot 100.

In a career that started more than a half-century ago, Wonder has written and recorded some of pop music's most recognizable tunes. He first entered the Hot 100 when he was just 13 years old with his No. 1 hit "Fingertips – Pt. 2"; the double-sided single was released under the name "Little Stevie Wonder" and led the chart for three weeks. He's charted 63 entries to date, including 10 No. 1s, ranking him as one of only nine acts with a double-digit No. 1s total. Wonder's duet with Paul McCartney "Ebony and Ivory," which leads our exclusive recap of Wonder's biggest Hot 100 hits below, is his longest-leading No. 1: seven weeks.

Wonder is tied with Aretha Franklin for the most No. 1s on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart: 20 each. He has also notched 27 albums on the Billboard 200 chart, with three hitting the top spot, including his first, Little Stevie Wonder/The 12 Year Old Genius, which reigned for a week in August 1963. 1974's Fulfillingness First Finale led for two weeks and 1976's Songs in the Key of Life reigned for 14.

Wonder, a 22-time Grammy Award winner, was honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1996. He also received an Academy Award in 1984 for his Hot 100 No. 1 "I Just Called to Say I Love You," as featured in the film The Woman in Red. Other accolades include the Kennedy Center Honors in 1999, the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song from the Library of Congress in 2009 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2014.

Here is Billboard's exclusive ranking of Stevie Wonder's top 40 Hot 100 hits.

Stevie Wonder's Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits

1, "Ebony and Ivory" (Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder), peak position No. 1 (7 weeks), peak date May 15, 1982
2, "That's What Friends Are For" (Dionne & Friends), No. 1 (4 weeks), Jan. 18, 1986
3, "I Just Called to Say I Love You," No. 1 (3 weeks), Oct. 13, 1984
4, "Part-Time Lover," No. 1 (1 week), Nov. 2, 1985
5, "You Haven't Done Nothin'," No. 1 (1 week), Nov. 2, 1974
6, "Fingertips – Pt. 2" (Little Stevie Wonder), No. 1 (3 weeks), Aug. 10, 1963
7, "You Are the Sunshine of My Life," No. 1 (1 week), May 19, 1973
8, "Boogie On Reggae Woman," No. 3, Feb. 1, 1975
9, "Sir Duke," No. 1 (3 weeks), May 21, 1977
10, "Superstition," No. 1 (1 week), Jan. 27, 1973

11, "Send One Your Love," No. 4, Dec. 22, 1979
12, "I Wish," No. 1 (1 week), Jan. 22, 1977
13, "For Once in My Life," No. 2, Dec. 28, 1968
14, "Master Blaster (Jammin')," No. 5, Dec. 6, 1980
15, "That Girl," No. 4, March 20, 1982
16, "I Was Made to Love Her," No. 2, July 29, 1967
17, "Higher Ground," No. 4, Oct. 13, 1973
18, "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours," No. 3, Aug. 8, 1970
19, "Living for the City," No. 8, Jan. 12, 1974
20, "My Cherie Amour," No. 4, July 26, 1969

21, "Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday," No. 7, Dec. 13, 1969
22, "Uptight (Everything's Alright)," No. 3, Feb. 12, 1966
23, "If You Really Love Me," No. 8, Oct. 16, 1971
24, "Go Home," No. 10, Feb. 1, 1986
25, "A Place in the Sun," No. 9, Dec. 24, 1966
26, "I Ain't Gonna Stand for It," No. 11, March 7, 1981
27, "Heaven Help Us All," No. 9, Nov. 28, 1970
28, "Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day," No. 9, May 25, 1968
29, "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing," No. 16, June 1, 1974
30, "Blowin' in the Wind," No. 9, Sept. 3, 1966

31, "Do I Do," No. 13, July 10, 1982
32, "Love Light in Flight," No. 17, Feb. 2, 1985
33, "Skeletons," No. 19, Dec. 5, 1987
34, "We Can Work It Out," No. 13, May 1, 1971
35, "Overjoyed," No. 24, April 12, 1986
36, "I'm Wondering," No. 12, Nov. 4, 1967
37, "As," No. 36, Jan. 21, 1978
38, "Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You)," No. 33, July 22, 1972
39, "Nothing's Too Good for My Baby," No. 20, May 14, 1966
40, "Never Had a Dream Come True," No. 26, March 7, 1970

Stevie Wonder's Biggest Billboard Hot 100 hits chart is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100, through the May 20, 2017, 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.