Albums This Decade with Multiple Hot 100 #1’s

The Hot 100 as it appeared in July 2010.

As Drake’s “In My Feelings” climbs five spots to #1 on this week’s Billboard Hot 100, parent album ‘Scorpion’ becomes the sixth album released this decade with three or more #1’s.

Here’s a refresher of every album released since 2010 to produce three or more chart toppers in the US:


Katy Perry – ‘Teenage Dream’
Released: August 24, 2010
Hot 100 #1’s: “California Gurls” f/ Snoop Dogg (2010; six weeks), “Teenage Dream” (2010; two weeks), “Firework” (2010-11; four weeks), “E.T.” f/ Kanye West (2011; five weeks) and “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F)” (2011; two weeks).
Bonus Stat: “Part of Me” from the 2012 re-issue debuted at #1, totaling six #1’s from the era.
Total Weeks at #1: 19 (20*)


Rihanna – ‘LOUD’
Released: November 12, 2010
Hot 100 #1’s: “What’s My Name” f/ Drake (2010; one week), “Only Girl (In the World)” (2010; one week) and “S&M” f/ Britney Spears (2011; one week).
Bonus Stat: ‘LOUD’ became the first album to have its first single peak at #1 on the Hot 100 after the second single had already reached #1.
Total Weeks at #1: 3

Adele – ’21’
Released: February 22, 2011
Hot 100 #1’s: “Rolling In the Deep” (2011; seven weeks), “Someone Like You” (2011; five weeks) and “Set Fire to the Rain” (2012; two weeks).
Bonus Stat: “Rolling in the Deep” is the second biggest selling single in US digital download history (nearly 8.8 million).
Total Weeks at #1: 14

Taylor Swift – ‘1989’
Released: October 27, 2014
Hot 100 #1’s: “Shake It Off” (2014; four weeks), “Blank Space” (2014-15; seven weeks) and “Bad Blood” f/ Kendrick Lamar (2015; one week).
Bonus Stat: With “Blank Space” directly succeeding “Shake It Off” at #1, Taylor Swift became the first female artist to replace herself atop the Hot 100.
Total Weeks at #1: 12

Justin Bieber – ‘Purpose’
Released: November 13, 2015
Hot 100 #1’s: “What Do You Mean?” (2015; one week), “Sorry” (2016; three weeks) and “Love Yourself” (2016; two weeks).
Bonus Stat: With “What Do You Mean?” entering at #1, Justin Bieber became the youngest male artist to debut atop the Hot 100.
Total Weeks at #1: 6

Drake – ‘Scorpion’**
Released: June 29, 2018
Hot 100 #1’s: “God’s Plan” (2018; eleven weeks), “Nice For What” (2018; eight weeks) and “In My Feelings” (2018; one week to date).
Bonus Stat: Tied for most #1 debuts from a single album (2; with Mariah Carey’s ‘Daydream’). A list of other US records set by ‘Scorpion’.
Total Weeks at #1: 20


Eminem – ‘Recovery’ (2010)
Bruno Mars – ‘Doo-Wops & Hooligans’ (2010)
LMFAO – ‘Sorry for Party Rocking ‘ (2011)
Bruno Mars – ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’ (2012)
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – ‘The Heist’ (2013)
Katy Perry – ‘PRISM’ (2013)
The Weeknd – ‘Beauty Behind the Madness’ (2015)
Ed Sheeran – ‘Divide’ (2017)**
Post Malone – ‘beerbongs & bentleys’ (2018)**
Cardi B – ‘Invasion of Privacy’ (2018)**

**These eras are still actively charting or producing more singles.


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