Whitney Houston to Snow: No.1 Songs From 1993

Whitney Houston photographed in 1993.
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Whitney Houston photographed in 1993.

We'll breakdown 1993, but you can relive all the Hot 100's number one hits year by year:

Whitney Houston's iconic, powerhouse single, "I Will Always Love You" from 1992's The Bodyguard, carried over its weeks-long stronghold on the top spot of the Hot 100 into the start of '93, kicking off the year with a bang. Like Houston before them, 1993 saw other '90s pop divas holding onto the No. 1 spot, sharing the limelight with a number of one-hit wonders.

See if you can trigger some nostalgia with the following early '90s hits.

Whitney Houston, "I Will Always Love You (From The Bodyguard)"

 

Peabo Bryson, "A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme)"

 

Snow, "Informer"

 

Silk, "Freak Me"

 

Janet Jackson, "That's The Way Love Goes"

 

SWV, "Weak"

 

UB40, "Can't Help Falling In Love (From Silver)"

 

Mariah Carey, "Dreamlover"

 

Meat Loaf, "I'd Do Anything For Love, But I Won't Do That"

 

Janet Jackson, "Again"

 

Mariah Carey, "Hero"

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