I’m pouring Chandon: The best #1 R&B singles of the 2000s

The chart, renamed to the Top R&B/Hip-Hop songs in 2008, saw bewildering gyrations: Elliott-Timbaland productions, crunk&B, 50 Cent, Stargate (now make a Billy Joel rhyme out of’em). And a guy named Lil Wayne poked his head into the mix, looked around, and bided his time.

1. Destiny’s Child – Say My Name
2. Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott – Work It
3. Aaliyah – Miss You
4. Mystikal – Danger (Been So Long)
5. Usher – U Got It Bad
6. Erykah Badu – Bag Lady
7. Ciara ft. Petey Paul – Goodies
8. T.I. – What You Know
9. Mary J. Blige – Be Without You
10. Cassie – Me & U
11. Mariah Carey – We Belong Together
12. Alicia Keys – You Don’t Know My Name
13. Tweet ft. Missy Elliott – Oops (Oh My)
14. Outkast – Ms. Jackson
15. Mario – Let Me Love You
16. Ne-Yo – Miss Independent
17. The Game ft. 50 Cent – Hate It Or Love
18. Ginuwine – Differences
19. Twista featuring Kanye West and Jamie Foxx – Slow Jamz
20. Keyshia Cole – Let It Go
21. Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell – Drop It Like It’s Hot
22. R. Kelly – Step in the Name of Love
23. Amerie – 1 Thing
24. Ciara – Promise
25. Maxwell – Pretty Wings
26. 50 Cent – In da Club
27. Monica – So Gone
28. Jazmine Sullivan – Need U Bad
29. Lil Wayne – Lollipop
30. Jeremih – Birthday Sex

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