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I remember one rule where if you've been in the Top 50 for x period of time, once you drop beneath 50, u drop off from the Hot 100 altogether

but i duno if that applies to the songs above

That's probably what it is. A lot of Janet's songs during the RN and janet. eras were in the top 50 even after 20 something weeks. That's dumb because that effects the songs chart life and accuracy of how big a hit was. :rolleyes:

Btw, do u know what u studying this semester?

Same law stuff as before.

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The Billboard Hot 100: #25

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks: #1

Top Radio Songs: #19

Hot Dance/Club Play Songs: #2

Debuted: September 30, 2006

Peak date:

Weeks on chart: 10

Hot 100 chart run: 73 - 72 - 60 - 63 - 25 - 33 - 38 - 44 - 42 - 44 - 52 - 37 - 50 - 36 - 41 - 53 - 74 - 85

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Also just read this:

For many years, a song had to be commercially available as a single to be considered for any of Billboard's charts. At the time, instead of using SoundScan or BDS, Billboard obtained its data from manual reports filled out by radio stations and stores. According to the 50th Anniversary issue of Billboard, prior to the official implementation of Nielsen SoundScan tracking in November 1991, many radio stations and retail stores removed songs from their manual reports after the associated record labels stopped promoting a particular single. Thus songs fell quickly after peaking and had shorter chart lives. In 1990, the country singles chart was the first chart to use SoundScan and BDS. They were followed by the Hot 100 and the R&B chart in 1991. Today, all of Billboard's charts use this technology.

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The Billboard Hot 100: #19

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks: #39

Hot Dance/Club Play Songs: #1

Top Pop Songs: #30

Top Digital Songs: #7

iLike Libraries: Most Added: #12

Debuted: January 12, 2008

Peak date: March 15, 2008

Weeks on chart: 17

Hot 100 chart run: 84 - 52 - 51 - 56 - 57 - 56 - 61 - 60 - 53 - 19 - 28 - 51 - 60 - 71 - 70 - 82 - 89

U.K. 125 - 132 - 132 - 131 - 114 - OUT

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RECURRENT RULES

Songs are removed from the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot 100 Airplay simultaneously after 20 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 and if ranking below No. 50. Songs are removed from Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs after 20 weeks if ranking below No. 50.

Songs are removed from Hot Country Songs after 20 weeks if ranking below No. 10 in detections or audience, provided that they are not still gaining enough audience points to bullet or if they rank below No. 10 and post a third consecutive week of audience decline, regardless of total chart weeks.

Songs are removed from Mainstream Top 40, Rock Songs, Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop, Rhythmic, Hot Latin Songs and Latin Airplay charts after 20 weeks if ranking below No. 20.

Descending songs are removed from Adult Contemporary, Adult Top 40 and Adult R&B after 20 weeks if ranking below No. 15, after 26 weeks if ranking below No. 10, or after 52 weeks if ranking below No. 5.

Descending songs are removed from the Alternative, Triple A, Active Rock, Heritage Rock, Christian Songs, Hot Christian AC Songs, Hot Gospel Songs, Hot Dance Airplay and Smooth Jazz Songs charts after 20 weeks and if ranking below No. 15.

http://www.billboard.biz/bbbiz/charts/charts-legend

dunno what the rule was back then

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he older songs are still tracked on a recurrent chart, but if they were not removed, eventually the Hot 100 would clog up and there would be little chance for newer songs to gain a berth on the chart.

Songs that are still bulleting on the chart are exempted from the removal rule. A bullet indicates a song is gaining in airplay and/or sales

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Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks: #2

The Billboard Hot 100: #5

Hot 100 Airplay: #12

Top 40 Mainstream: #20

Rhythmic Top 40: #5

Hot Dance Music/Club Play: #1

Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales: #1

Debuted: June 17, 1995

Peak Date: June 17, 1995

Weeks on chart: 17

Hot 100 chart run: 5- 6 - 5 - 7 - 6 - 9 - 13 - 22 - 34 - 44 - 48 - 60 - 71 - 70 - 74 - 81 - 89 - OUT

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Janet Jackson's New Single, "Someone to Call My Lover," Hits Radio Stations Nationwide; Jackson Begins Tour Rehearsal And New Video Debuts on MTV and BET.

NEW YORK--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)--June 18, 2001

After exploding onto the charts with the release of "All for You," one of the highest debuting singles in Billboard's single Soundscan history that held the No. 1 slot on the Hot 100 for seven weeks, Janet Jackson is gearing up to release her second single, "Someone to Call My Lover," from the already multi-platinum album, All For You. "Someone to Call My Lover" is currently the most added single at U.S. radio this week.

The second single comes on the heels of "All For You," a groundbreaking song which was added to every Radio & Record reporting CHR/Pop, CHR/Rhythmic, and Urban format station in its first week, a history-making feat never before accomplished by any recording artist. All For You, produced by Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis and Janet debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart, with the highest-selling week of her career. In addition, the album has already sold over 4.5 million copies worldwide.

Janet's new video debuted on MTV's TRL and BET this week and was directed by Francis Lawrence. Jackson's current video "All For You" remains in the No. 1 position at VH1.

http://www.allbusiness.com/sports-recreation/sports-recreation-facilities-venues/6087706-1.html

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Janet Jackson on the Hot 100:

1. Young Love #64

2. Come Give Your Love To Me #58

3. What Have You Done For Me Lately #4

4. Nasty #3

5. When I Think Of You #1(2 weeks)

6. Control #5

7. Let's Wait Awhile #2

8. The Pleasure Principle #14

9. Miss You Much #1(4 weeks)

10. Rhythm Nation #2

11. Escapade #1(3 weeks)

12. Alright #4

13. Come Back To Me #2

14. Black Cat #1(1 week)

15. Love Will Never Do (Without You) #1(1 week)

16. The Best Things In Life Are Free #10

17. That's The Way Love Goes #1(8 weeks)

18. If #4

19. Again #1(2 weeks)

20. Because Of Love #10

21. Any Time, Any Place #2

22. You Want This #8

23. Scream #5

24. Runaway #3

25. Together Again #1(2 weeks)

26. I Get Lonely #3

27. Luv Me, Luv Me #76

28. What's It Gonna Be?! #3

29. Girlfriend/Boyfriend #47

30. Doesn't Really Matter #1(3 weeks)

31. All For You #1(7 weeks)

32. Someone To Call My Lover #3

33. Son Of A Gun #28

34. Feel It Boy #28

35. Just A Little While #45

36. I Want You #57

37. Call On Me #25

38. So Excited #90

39. Feedback #51

Total #1s - 10

Total top 10s - 27

Total top 40s - 31

Total Hot 100 entries - 39

Total weeks at #1 - 33

Total Hot 100 weeks - 711

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Janet Jackson on the R&B Chart

1. Young Love: #6

2. Say You Do: #15

3. Come Give Your Love To Me: #17

4. Don't Stand Another Chance: #9

5. Fast Girls: #40

6. What Have You Done For Me Lately: #1 (2 weeks)

7. Nasty: #1 (2 weeks)

8. When I Think Of You: #3

9. Control: #1

10. Let's Wait Awhile: #1

11. The Pleasure Principle: #1

12. Diamonds: #1

13. Miss You Much: #1(2 weeks)

14. Rhythm Nation: #1

15. Escapade: #1

16. Alright: #2

17. Come Back To Me: #2

18. Black Cat: #10

19. Love Will Never Do (Without You): #3

20. The Best Things In Life Are Free: #1

21. That's The Way Love Goes: #1 (4 weeks)

22. If: #3

23. Again: #7

24. Because Of Love: #9

25. Any Time, Any Place: #1 (10 weeks)

26. You Want This: #9

27. Scream: #2

28. Runaway: #6

29. Together Again: #8

30. I Get Lonely: #1 (2 weeks)

31. Luv Me, Luv Me: #22

32. What's It Gonna Be?!: #1

33. Girlfriend/Boyfriend: #17

34. Doesn't Really Matter: #3

35. All For You: #1(2 weeks)

36. Someone To Call My Lover: #11

37. Son Of A Gun: #26

38. Feel It Boy: #31

39. Just A Little While: #45

40. I Want You: #18

41. All Nite (Don't Stop): #90

42. Call On Me: #1 (2 weeks)

43. So Excited: #34

44. With U: #65

45. Feedback: #39

46. Luv: #34

47. Can't B Good: #76

48. Make Me: #71

49. Nothing: #58

50. Don't Worry: #60

Total #1s - 16

Total top 10s - 31

Total top 40s - 43

Total R&B entries - 50 (as many as I've counted)

Total weeks at #1 - 34

Total R&B weeks - ~830 (estimated as Billboard does not have the full chart runs posted)

My math might be off.

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