Today, Billboard is excited to unveil the revamped online look for the Billboard Hot 100, the most-referenced music chart on the planet. With an improved layout and more intuitive functionality, the Hot 100 is more engaging than even before.
The new Hot 100 boasts “Chart Highlights,” which points to the singles making the biggest moves on the chart each week. And if you want to take a glimpse into Billboard’s vast chart archives, the “This Week In..” section highlights the No. 1 song this week of any year in chart history (along with video, photos and articles about the artist). Not to mention the “On This Day in History” function, which allows you to discover the No. 1 song from any day in the Hot 100’s 56-year history.
The re-imagined Billboard Hot 100 is launched in partnership with Samsung. What are you waiting for, check it out now!
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