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    The Greatest "Final Number 1 Hits" Of All-Time

    Are these songs really the greatest FINAL number 1 hits EVER?

    JUNE 19, 2020
    KEVIN "THE INTERN" BERGHOFF

    "Billboard" came up with a cool premise for a list: The greatest FINAL #1 hits of all-time. So, in a way, who went out on top the best?

    Here's how they did it: They looked at all the acts with at least FOUR #1 hits . . . and then focused on the ones who haven't had one in at least 10 years. So, while it's possible that they have a resurgence, it's also possible that they've peaked.

    Then, "Billboard" RANKED the final hits from best to worst. Here's the list:

    1. Elvis Presley, "Suspicious Minds", 1969

    2. The Jackson 5, "I'll Be There", 1970

    3. Cher, "Believe", 1999

    4. The Temptations, "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone", 1972

    5. Jay-Z & Alicia Keys, "Empire State of Mind", 2009

    6. Madonna, "Music", 2000

    7. Blondie, "Rapture", 1981

    8. The Beatles, "The Long and Winding Road", 1970

    9. Janet Jackson, "All For You", 2001

    10. Whitney Houston, "Exhale (Shoop, Shoop)", 1995

    11. The Rolling Stones, "Miss You", 1978

    12. Stevie Wonder, "Part-Time Lover", 1985

    13. Diana Ross & the Supremes, "Someday We'll Be Together", 1969

    14. The Bee Gees, "Love You Inside Out", 1979

    15. Destiny's Child, "Bootylicious", 2001

    16. Prince and the New Power Generation, "Cream", 1991

    17. Diana Ross & Lionel Richie, "Endless Love", 1981 . . . It was Diana's last.

    18. The Four Seasons, "December, 1963 (Oh What a Night)", 1976

    19. TLC, "Unpretty", 1999

    20. Hall & Oates, "Out of Touch", 1984


    https://y98.radio.com/blogs/kevin-th...ts-of-all-time

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    Can't argue this list. Looks decent to me.

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