Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 2010

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Kesha's single "Tik Tok" from her debut studio album Animal came in at number one, spending nine consecutive weeks at number 1. Three other singles from her debut also made the Year-End Hot 100, as did one by 3OH!3 on which she was featured.
Lady Antebellum's single "Need You Now" came in at number two, the first time a country music recording has broken the top two since Faith Hill's "Breathe" ranked number one in 2000. Their "American Honey" also made the year's top 100.
Pop singer Katy Perry has two singles within the top 20, "California Gurls" and "Teenage Dream", both of which topped the Hot 100 charts.
R&B singer Usher has four singles on the hot 100, two being in the top 25: OMG at Number five and DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love at number twenty-two.
Singer Lady Gaga has four singles in this year's chart, led by "Bad Romance" at number eight.
Barbadian singer Rihanna had four songs in the top 50. The highest was "Love the Way You Lie" (7), a feature with Eminem. She was also the lead artist in "Rude Boy" (15), "Only Girl (In the World)" (47), and "Hard" (49).
French DJ David Guetta has two in the top 40, his own "Sexy Bitch" with Akon, and a featured "Club Can't Handle Me" with Flo Rida.
Taylor Swift has four singles on the chart -- three as a main artist and one as a featured artist. "Mine" is her highest-charting single at 46.

Billboard publishes annual lists of songs based on chart performance over the course of a year based on Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems and SoundScan information. For 2010, the list for the top 100 Billboard Hot 100 Year-End songs was published on December 8, calculated with data from December 5, 2009 to November 27, 2010. At the number-one position was Kesha's "Tik Tok", which stayed atop the Hot 100 for nine weeks. This achievement made her the first woman in the history of the chart to top the Year-End Hot 100 with a debut single.[1]

List of songs on Billboard's 2010 Year-End Hot 100 chart[2]
No. Title Artist(s)
1 "Tik Tok" Kesha
2 "Need You Now" Lady Antebellum
3 "Hey, Soul Sister" Train
4 "California Gurls" Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg
5 "OMG" Usher featuring
6 "Airplanes" B.o.B featuring Hayley Williams
7 "Love the Way You Lie" Eminem featuring Rihanna
8 "Bad Romance" Lady Gaga
9 "Dynamite" Taio Cruz
10 "Break Your Heart" Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris
11 "Nothin' on You" B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars
12 "I Like It" Enrique Iglesias featuring Pitbull
13 "BedRock" Young Money featuring Lloyd
14 "In My Head" Jason Derulo
15 "Rude Boy" Rihanna
16 "Telephone" Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé
17 "Teenage Dream" Katy Perry
18 "Just the Way You Are" Bruno Mars
19 "Cooler Than Me" Mike Posner
20 "Imma Be" The Black Eyed Peas
21 "Empire State of Mind" Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys
22 "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love" Usher featuring Pitbull
23 "Billionaire" Travie McCoy featuring Bruno Mars
24 "Not Afraid" Eminem
25 "Replay" Iyaz
26 "Sexy Bitch" David Guetta featuring Akon
27 "Breakeven" The Script
28 "Your Love Is My Drug" Kesha
29 "I Gotta Feeling" The Black Eyed Peas
30 "Fireflies" Owl City
31 "Say Aah" Trey Songz featuring Fabolous
32 "Find Your Love" Drake
33 "Alejandro" Lady Gaga
34 "Ridin' Solo" Jason Derulo
35 "Just a Dream" Nelly
36 "How Low" Ludacris
37 "Like a G6" Far East Movement featuring The Cataracs and Dev
38 "Carry Out" Timbaland featuring Justin Timberlake
39 "Haven't Met You Yet" Michael Bublé
40 "Club Can't Handle Me" Flo Rida featuring David Guetta
41 "Down" Jay Sean featuring Lil Wayne
42 "Bulletproof" La Roux
43 "Whatcha Say" Jason Derulo
44 "Baby" Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris
45 "Whataya Want from Me" Adam Lambert
46 "Mine" Taylor Swift
47 "Only Girl (In the World)" Rihanna
48 "Live Like We're Dying" Kris Allen
49 "Hard" Rihanna featuring Jeezy
50 "Young Forever" Jay-Z featuring Mr Hudson
51 "Blah Blah Blah" Kesha featuring 3OH!3
52 "Bottoms Up" Trey Songz featuring Nicki Minaj
53 "Do You Remember" Jay Sean featuring Sean Paul and Lil Jon
54 "All the Right Moves" OneRepublic
55 "According to You" Orianthi
56 "My Chick Bad" Ludacris featuring Nicki Minaj
57 "You Belong with Me" Taylor Swift
58 "Meet Me Halfway" The Black Eyed Peas
59 "Take It Off" Kesha
60 "Over" Drake
61 "Animal" Neon Trees
62 "Misery" Maroon 5
63 "Magic" B.o.B featuring Rivers Cuomo
64 "Paparazzi" Lady Gaga
65 "Tie Me Down" New Boyz featuring Ray J
66 "Your Love" Nicki Minaj
67 "Party in the U.S.A." Miley Cyrus
68 "Deuces" Chris Brown featuring Tyga and Kevin McCall
69 "3" Britney Spears
70 "Impossible" Shontelle
71 "Forever" Drake featuring Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem
72 "Two Is Better Than One" Boys Like Girls featuring Taylor Swift
73 "My First Kiss" 3OH!3 featuring Kesha
74 "Already Gone" Kelly Clarkson
75 "Rock That Body" The Black Eyed Peas
76 "Secrets" OneRepublic
77 "Naturally" Selena Gomez & the Scene
78 "Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready)" Alicia Keys
79 "All I Do Is Win" DJ Khaled featuring T-Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg and Rick Ross
80 "I Made It (Cash Money Heroes)" Kevin Rudolf featuring Birdman, Jay Sean and Lil Wayne
81 "Stuck Like Glue" Sugarland
82 "Hey Daddy (Daddy's Home)" Usher featuring Plies
83 "There Goes My Baby" Usher
84 "Today Was a Fairytale" Taylor Swift
85 "Say Something" Timbaland featuring Drake
86 "Sweet Dreams" Beyoncé
87 "Use Somebody" Kings of Leon
88 "Undo It" Carrie Underwood
89 "Eenie Meenie" Sean Kingston and Justin Bieber
90 "Right Above It" Lil Wayne featuring Drake
91 "The House That Built Me" Miranda Lambert
92 "If I Die Young" The Band Perry
93 "The Only Exception" Paramore
94 "American Honey" Lady Antebellum
95 "King of Anything" Sara Bareilles
96 "Life After You" Daughtry
97 "Smile" Uncle Kracker
98 "Teach Me How to Dougie" Cali Swag District
99 "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart" Alicia Keys
100 "Lover, Lover" Jerrod Niemann

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  1. ^ Caulfield, Keith (December 8, 2010). "Lady Gaga Is Billboard's 2010 Artist of the Year; Ke$ha Takes Top New Act". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved December 9, 2010.
  2. ^ "Hot 100 Songs Music Chart". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 2010. Retrieved December 9, 2010.