Billboard announces chart-toppers of 2007
Beyoncé scored the biggest Billboard Hot 100 chart hit in 2007 with “Irreplaceable”
Billboard magazine has just posted their 2007: Year In Music review – and the results are very interesting.
According to the 2007 year-end charts…
The Billboard Hot 100:
#1 – “Irreplaceable” by Beyoncé
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs:
#1 – “Lost Without You by Robin Thicke
Top Rap Album:
#1 – Kingdom Come by Jay-Z
Hot Rap Singles:
#1 – “Make Me Better” by Fabolous featuring Ne-Yo
Fergie is one of the big kids in the charts, as her and Daughtry are among the 2007 leaders.
According to Billboard, powered by her hit “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” Fergie is the leading Pop 100 artist of 2007 and the top selling artist on Hot Digital Songs and Hot Digital Tracks. The song is also the top title on both mentioned digital lists and the top ranked Pop 100 entry, as well as the Pop 100 song with the largest radio audience and her combined performance on The Billboard Hot 100 and The Billboard 200 make her the No. 1 Female Artist of 2007.
The full breadth of charts appear in the pages of Billboard‘s special double issue dated Dec. 22, 2007.
What do you guys think?