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Top 100 Brasil

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Top 100 Brasil, previously Brasil Hot 100 Airplay, is the music singles charts in Brazil, compiled by Crowley Broadcast Analysis. In the beginning, the chart was published monthly by Billboard Brasil since the release of the magazine, in October 2009. Since April 2014, the Brazilian Billboard began publishing on its Brazilian site, the weekly Hot 100, as it is, and has always been held at the site, and Billboard magazine in other countries as well as the American Billboard.[1]

It is the top 100 songs, both national and international titles, the most varied genres, computed based on the total number of executions in the period indicated and the grid base stations Crowley, that monitors 256 radio stations located in the grid-base stations,[2] made from Monday to Friday from 7 am to 7 pm. This grid includes the cities of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, Campinas, Ribeirão Preto, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Recife, Salvador, Florianópolis, Fortaleza, Goiânia, Campo Grande, Cuiabá and the Triângulo Mineiro, Vale do Paraíba and Paulista Littoral mesoregions.

In 2018, the company launches the Crowley Charts website, which compiles charts that were released weekly by Billboard Brasil. The site features the Top 100 Brasil, with the 100 most performed songs of the week, and charts with the 10 songs most played by genre (National Pop, International Pop, National Pop/Rock, Pagode, Sertanejo, Forró, Funk/Black Music and Gospel).[3] In January 2019, Billboard Brasil is closed and Crowley Charts becomes the only website to release the weekly chart.[4]

The first song which reached in number-one on the chart was "Halo" by Beyoncé. "I Want to Know What Love Is" by Mariah Carey is the longest running number 1 (27 weeks), followed by Beyoncé's "Halo" (the most played song in the country, in 2009).

List of Billboard Brasil charts achievements and milestones

Brasil Hot 100 Airplay

Most weeks at number one

Most number-one hits

  • Luan Santana (22)
  • Mariah Carey (18)
  • Beyoncé (5)
  • Victor & Leo (3)
  • Anitta (3)

Most consecutive number-one hits

  • Beyoncé (4)
  • Luan Santana (4)

Most cumulative weeks at number one

40 - Luan Santana
27 - Mariah Carey
23 - Victor & Leo
14 - Beyoncé
13 - Nuandré
12 - Wanessa
11 - Adele
10 - Henrique & Juliano

Brasil Hot Pop

Most weeks at number one

  • "I Want to Know What Love Is" - Mariah Carey (27 weeks)
  • "Fly" - Wanessa (12 weeks)
  • "Loca" - Shakira featuring Dizzee Rascal (9 weeks)
  • "Talking to the Moon" - Bruno Mars (9 weeks)
  • "Awake" - Nuandré (9 weeks)
  • "Set Fire to the Rain" - Adele (8 weeks)
  • "Halo" - Beyoncé (8 weeks)
  • "Alejandro" - Lady Gaga (8 weeks)
  • "Party" - Nuandré (7 weeks)
  • "Criminal" - Britney Spears (6 weeks)
  • "Teenage Dream" - Katy Perry (5 weeks)
  • "Till the World Ends" - Britney Spears (5 weeks)
  • "Where Have You Been" - Rihanna (5 weeks)
  • "Charlie Brown" - Coldplay (5 weeks)

Most number-one hits

  • Mariah Carey (14)
  • Adele (5)
  • Britney Spears (3)
  • Katy Perry (3)
  • Lady Gaga (3)
  • Shakira (3)
  • Rihanna (3)
  • Nuandré (3)
  • Coldplay (3)

Most cumulative weeks at number one

27 - Mariah Carey
16 - Rihanna
16 - Nuandré
15 - Shakira
15 - Lady Gaga
13 - Adele
12 - Britney Spears
12 - Wanessa
11 - Beyoncé
10 - Coldplay
9 - Bruno Mars
9 - Katy Perry
9 - Dizzee Rascal
8 - Anitta
7 - The Black Eyed Peas

References

  1. ^ "Too 100 Billboard Brazil - Weekly". Billboard Brasil. April 2014. Archived from the original on 6 January 2015. Retrieved 30 April 2014.
  2. ^ Brazil Launches Monthly Magazine With Local Charts. Billboard.biz. Published by Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 09-24-2009.
  3. ^ "Crowley Charts: Ferramenta de monitoramento de músicas". Agência Métrica. March 14, 2019. Retrieved May 25, 2019.
  4. ^ "Exclusivo: após 10 anos de atuação, Billboard Brasil encerra operações no país". Mundo da Música. April 1, 2019. Retrieved May 25, 2019.
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