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The Hot Digital Songs chart ranks the best-selling digital singles in the United Statesmarker, according to Billboard.

Beginning in February 2005, digital sales have been incorporated into many of Billboard's music single charts. It was decided to do so mainly because of the dramatic rise in popularity of the digital market while commercial single sales were becoming negligible. The chart has had seventy-one number one songs and its current number one is "Bad Romance" by Lady GaGa.

Achievements

Songs with most weeks at number one

  • 13 weeks
Flo Rida featuring T-Pain - "Low" (2007-2008)
  • 10 weeks
Black Eyed Peas - "I Gotta Feeling" (2009)
Black Eyed Peas - "Boom Boom Pow" (2009)
  • 9 weeks
Gwen Stefani - "Hollaback Girl" (2005)
Kanye West featuring Jamie Foxx - "Gold Digger" (2005)
  • 8 weeks
50 Cent featuring Olivia - "Candy Shop" (2005)
  • 7 weeks
Daniel Powter - "Bad Day" (2006)
  • 6 weeks
Miley Cyrus - "Party in the U.S.A." (2009)
Flo Rida - "Right Round" (2009)
Katy Perry - "I Kissed A Girl" (2008)
Justin Timberlake - "SexyBack" (2006)
  • 5 weeks
Rihanna featuring Jay-Z - "Umbrella" (2007)
Soulja Boy Tell'Em - "Crank That " (2007)
Rihanna - "Pon de Replay" (2005)


Artists with most number one hits

  • Six
Rihanna ("Pon de Replay", "SOS", "Umbrella", "Take A Bow", "Disturbia", Live Your Life)


  • Five
Beyoncé ("Check On It", "Irreplacable", "Beautiful Liar", "If I Were A Boy", "Single Ladies ")
Justin Timberlake ("SexyBack", "My Love", "What Goes Around.../...Comes Around", "Give It to Me", "4 Minutes")


  • Four
Timbaland ("Promiscous", "SexyBack", "Give It to Me", "Apologize")
Black Eyed Peas ("Don't Phunk With My Heart", "My Humps", "Boom Boom Pow", "I Gotta Feeling")
Britney Spears ("Gimme More, Womanizer", "Circus", "3")


  • Three
Mariah Carey ("All I Want For Christmas Is You", "Don't Forget About Us", "Touch My Body")
Kanye West ("Gold Digger", "Stronger", "Heartless")
Fergie ("London Bridge", "Fergalicious", "Glamorous")
T.I. ("My Love", "Whatever You Like", "Live Your Life")
Eminem ("When I'm Gone", "Smack That", "Crack A Bottle")
Akon ("Smack That", "I Wanna Love You", "The Sweet Escape")
Lady GaGa ("Just Dance", "Poker Face", "Bad Romance")


Artists with most weeks at number one

1. Black Eyed Peas (24)
2. Rihanna (19) (tie)
2. Flo Rida (19) (tie)
3. Kanye West (12) (tie)
3. Justin Timberlake (12) (tie)
3. Beyoncé (12) (tie)
4. Gwen Stefani (10)
5. Fergie (9) (tie)
5. 50 Cent (9) (tie)


Artists with most consecutive weeks at number one

1. Black Eyed Peas (19 weeks)


Self-replacement at number one



Additional achievements

  • Miley Cyrus's song, "Party in the USA" is youngest female artist to debut at number one with 226,000 downloads. It also holds the record for most weeks at #1 without topping the Hot 100




  • Flo Rida's "Low" holds the record for biggest selling digitally downloaded song of all time, with current U.S. digital sales of over 5,000,000


  • Flo Rida's song "Right Round" holds the record for the biggest and the largest debut sales week for a digital song with 636,000 downloads.


  • Lady GaGa's song "Just Dance" holds the record for the largest sales week for a female artist with 419,000 downloads.


  • Britney Spears's song "Womanizer" holds the record for the largest debut for a female artist with sales of 286,000 digital downloads in its first week of release.


  • Black Eyed Peas' song "Boom Boom Pow" holds the record for the biggest and largest debut sales week for a group for a digital song with 465,000 downloads.


  • Michael Jackson is the only artist to sell over 1 million downloads in one week.


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