List of Billboard Hot 100 top 10 singles in 2012

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Gotye, Nicki Minaj and Phillip Phillips (pictured in order) Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" was number-one single for 8 weeks and the longest-running top-ten single of the year, spending twenty-four weeks in the tier. Rapper Nicki Minaj garnered five top-ten singles during the year. Phillip Phillips's "Home" became the first song to enter the top ten in separate chart runs in a single calendar year when it re-entered on the weeks ending August 18, 2012 and December 8, 2012.

This is a list of singles that charted in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, an all-genre singles chart, in 2012.

Sixty-two singles charted in the top ten during the year. Fifty acts scored a top-ten hit, with seventeen achieving their first hits as lead or featured artists. Rapper Nicki Minaj garnered five top-ten singles during the year, the most of any artist, while Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" was the longest-running top-ten single of the year, spending twenty-four weeks in the tier.

Following her death on February 11, 2012, singer Whitney Houston placed three re-entries in the top fifty of the Hot 100 on the week ending February 25, 2012, led by "I Will Always Love You" at number seven.[1] Such re-entries of catalog songs are rare as Billboard maintains a policy deeming songs ineligible to chart due to moving to the recurrent list after twenty weeks if ranking below number fifty.[1] After Houston's death, however, an adjustment in this policy allowed catalog songs to re-enter the chart's upper half if sales and airplay activity merit inclusion, as was the case with "I Will Always Love You", which surged after the singer's death in digital sales by 6,723% and in airplay by 915% from the previous week.[1]

Phillip Phillips's "Home" became the first song to enter the top ten in separate chart runs in a single calendar year when it re-entered on the weeks ending August 18, 2012 and December 8, 2012 .[2] The song debuted at number ten on the week ending June 9, 2012 and spent a sole week in the top ten before falling off the chart three weeks later.[2]

Top-ten singles[edit]

Top ten
entry date
SingleArtist(s)PeakPeak dateWeeks in
top ten
References
Singles from 2011
October 8"Sexy and I Know It"LMFAO1January 721[3][4][5][6]
October 29"Young, Wild & Free"[C][E][H]Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa featuring Bruno Mars7March 176[7][8][9]
November 19"Good Feeling"Flo Rida3January 2816[citation needed]
December 3"The One That Got Away"Katy Perry3January 711[5][10][11][12]
"Take Care"[I]Drake featuring Rihanna7March 244[10][13][14][15]
December 17"Niggas in Paris"Jay-Z and Kanye West5January 78[5][16][17][18]
Singles from 2012
January 7"Dance (A$$)"Big Sean featuring Nicki Minaj10January 71[5][19][20]
"Set Fire to the Rain"Adele1February 414[5][15][21][22]
January 21"I Won't Give Up"Jason Mraz8January 211[23][24][25]
January 28"Rack City"[D]Tyga7February 184[6][8][26][27]
"Turn Me On"[H]David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj4February 410[8][15][22][28]
February 4"Domino"Jessie J6February 183[22][27][29][30]
"Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)"Kelly Clarkson1February 1816[22][27][31][32]
February 25"Give Me All Your Luvin'"Madonna featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.10February 251[1][6][33]
"I Will Always Love You"[F]αWhitney Houston3March 318[1][34][35]
"We Are Young"Fun featuring Janelle Monáe1March 1722[1][36][37][38]
March 3"Part of Me"Katy Perry1March 39[11][34][39]
"Starships"Nicki Minaj5April 721[34][38][40][41]
"Turn Up the Music"Chris Brown10March 31[34][35][42]
March 10"Glad You Came"The Wanted3March 3115[43][44][45][46]
March 17"Somebody That I Used to Know"Gotye featuring Kimbra1April 2824[37][47][48][49]
March 31"Wild Ones"Flo Rida featuring Sia5May 1914[7][45][50][51]
April 14"Boyfriend"Justin Bieber2April 1412[51][52][53]
"Call Me Maybe"Carly Rae Jepsen1June 2323[52][54][55][56]
"What Makes You Beautiful"One Direction4April 2113[52][57][58][59]
May 5"Payphone"Maroon 5 featuring Wiz Khalifa2May 2619[60][61][62][63]
May 26"Drive By"Train10May 262[62][64][65]
June 16"Where Have You Been"Rihanna5July 711[66][67][68][49]
June 23"Wide Awake"Katy Perry2August 1113[11][55][56][69]
July 7"Lights"Ellie Goulding2August 1814[68][70][71][72]
"Scream"Usher9August 46[68][73][74][75]
July 14"Titanium"David Guetta featuring Sia7July 218[28][76][77][78]
July 28"Blow Me (One Last Kiss)"[K]Pink5September 2911[79][80][81][82]
"Whistle"Flo Rida1August 2512[7][79][83][84]
August 25"Some Nights"Fun3September 2919[36][81][83][85]
September 1"As Long as You Love Me"Justin Bieber featuring Big Sean6September 2912[53][81][86][87]
"One More Night"Maroon 51September 2921[61][81][85][86]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"[M]Taylor Swift1September 113[86][88][89]
September 8"Good Time"[L]Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen8September 157[90][91][92][93]
September 15"Everybody Talks"Neon Trees6September 153[92][94][95]
September 22"Too Close"Alex Clare7October 2710[96][97][98][99]
October 6"Gangnam Style"Psy2October 612[100][101][102]
October 13"Begin Again"Taylor Swift7October 131[84][88][103]
October 20"Live While We're Young"One Direction3October 201[57][104][105]
"Red"Taylor Swift6October 201[88][104][105]
"Skyfall"Adele8October 201[21][104][105]
October 27"Die Young"Ke$ha2December 812[85][98][106][107]
November 3"Diamonds"Rihanna1December 115[67][85][108][109]
"Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)"Ne-Yo6December 18[108][109][110][111]
November 10"Don't Wake Me Up"Chris Brown10November 101[42][112][113]
"Locked Out of Heaven"Bruno Mars1December 2220[85][112][114][115][116]
November 24"I Cry"Flo Rida6December 229[7][85][115][117]
December 1"Ho Hey"The Lumineers3December 2914[85][109][116][118][119]

α"I Will Always Love You" originally entered the top ten and peaked at number one on the week ending November 28, 1992,[120][121] spending sixteen weeks in the tier in its first chart run.[6] The entry date, peak, and peak date listed for the song in the above table represent its second chart run, while the week count is an aggregate of both runs.

β "Home" made the top ten in two separate chart runs, but as both chart runs occurred in 2012, the single is listed as one entry with its original entry date, peak to-date, peak date, and aggregate week count.

2011 peaks[edit]

The following singles were in the top ten in the beginning of 2012 but peaked in 2011. Entry and peak dates represent the latter year.

Top ten
entry date
SingleArtist(s)PeakPeak dateWeeks in
top ten
References
April 16"Rolling in the Deep"[G]Adele1May 2120[21][35][122][123]
June 4"Party Rock Anthem"[A]LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock1July 1629[4][25][124][125]
September 10"Stereo Hearts"[B]Gym Class Heroes featuring Adam Levine4October 1515[126][127][128][129]
September 17"Someone like You"[G]Adele1September 1720[21][35][130]
October 15"We Found Love"Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris1November 1223[67][128][131][132]
November 26"It Will Rain"Bruno Mars3December 1013[30][114][133][134]

2013 peaks[edit]

The following singles were in the top ten in the end of 2012 but peaked in 2013. Entry dates represent the former year while peak dates represent latter.

Top ten
entry date
SingleArtist(s)PeakPeak dateWeeks in
top ten
References
June 9"Home"[J][N]βPhillip Phillips6January 1913[85][135][136][137]
October 27"I Knew You Were Trouble"[O]Taylor Swift2January 1216[98][116]

[119][138]

December 22"Beauty and a Beat"Justin Bieber featuring Nicki Minaj5January 510[53][85][115][116][139]

Notes[edit]

A The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending January 7, 2012.[5]
B The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending January 14, 2012.[140]
C The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending January 28, 2012.[8]
D The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending February 11, 2012.[141]
E The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending February 18, 2012.[27]
F The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending February 25, 2012.[1]
G The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending March 3, 2012.[34]
H The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending March 10, 2012.[43]
I The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending March 24, 2012.[14]
J The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending August 18, 2012.[71]
K The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending September 22, 2012.[96]
L The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending October 27, 2012.[98]
M The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending November 17, 2012.[142]
N The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending December 8, 2012.[107]
O The single re-entered the top ten on the week ending December 29, 2012.[119]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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