List of Mainstream Top 40 top 10 singles in 1999

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This is a list of songs that have peaked in the top ten of the Mainstream Top 40 chart during 1999.

Top-ten singles[edit]

Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
Singles from 1998
November 21 "Save Tonight" Eagle-Eye Cherry 1 January 30 18
December 12 "...Baby One More Time" Britney Spears 1 February 20 22
December 19 "Have You Ever?" Brandy 3 January 23 16
December 26 "(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You" NSYNC 5 February 20 12
"Slide" Goo Goo Dolls 1 February 6 24
Singles from 1999
January 2 "Miami" Will Smith 7 February 20 12
January 9 "Angel" Sarah McLachlan 4 February 13 12
February 20 "Believe" Cher 2 March 13 11
"All I Have to Give" Backstreet Boys 7 March 27 8
February 27 "Every Morning" Sugar Ray 1 March 27 18
March 20 "Angel of Mine" Monica 5 March 27 6
March 27 "Back 2 Good" Matchbox Twenty 8 March 27 4
"Kiss Me" Sixpence None the Richer 1 May 15 16
April 3 "No Scrubs" TLC 1 May 22 17
April 10 "Fly Away" Lenny Kravitz 7 May 1 6
April 17 "What It's Like" Everlast 4 May 1 12
April 24 "The Hardest Thing" 98 Degrees 6 May 8 9
May 1 "Livin' la Vida Loca" Ricky Martin 1 May 29 15
May 8 "Heartbreak Hotel" Whitney Houston featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price 8 May 22 5
May 15 "I Want It That Way" Backstreet Boys 1 July 17 17
May 22 "That Don't Impress Me Much" Shania Twain 5 June 12 9
June 12 "Sometimes" Britney Spears 6 June 26 10
"Wild Wild West" Will Smith featuring Dru Hill and Kool Moe Dee 4 July 10 10
June 26 "All Star" Smash Mouth 1 July 31 18
July 3 "If You Had My Love" Jennifer Lopez 2 July 31 13
July 10 "Beautiful Stranger" Madonna 8 July 17 5
July 17 "Genie in a Bottle" Christina Aguilera 1 September 11 19
July 24 "Hey Leonardo (She Likes Me for Me)" Blessid Union of Souls 8 August 7 6
July 31 "I Will Remember You (Live)" Sarah McLachlan 10 July 31 1
August 7 "Last Kiss" Pearl Jam 4 August 21 8
August 14 "Someday" Sugar Ray 2 September 25 14
"She's So High" Tal Bachman 6 September 25 10
August 21 "Bailamos" Enrique Iglesias 4 September 18 8
"Out of My Head" Fastball 8 September 4 4
September 4 "I Do (Cherish You)" 98 Degrees 7 September 25 9
September 11 "Unpretty" TLC 3 October 30 15
September 18 "Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...)" Lou Bega 1 October 9 15
October 2 "Smooth" Santana featuring Rob Thomas 1 November 13 24
"Steal My Sunshine" Len 3 November 6 15
October 16 "(You Drive Me) Crazy" Britney Spears 4 November 13 9
October 23 "Larger Than Life" Backstreet Boys 6 November 13 7
October 30 "Where My Girls At?" 702 10 October 30 3
November 6 "Waiting for Tonight" Jennifer Lopez 3 December 4 12
November 20 "Back at One" Brian McKnight 2 December 11 14
"I Need to Know" Marc Anthony 5 December 18 12

1998 peaks[edit]

List of Mainstream Top 40 top ten singles in 1999 which peaked in 1998
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
October 31 "Jumper" Third Eye Blind 2 December 5 16
November 14 "My Favorite Mistake" Sheryl Crow 5 December 19 8
November 21 "Lullaby" Shawn Mullins 1 December 5 14
December 5 "Hands" Jewel 4 December 19 11

2000 peaks[edit]

List of Mainstream Top 40 top ten singles in 1999 which peaked in 2000
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
November 27 "I Knew I Loved You" Savage Garden 1 January 8 18
December 11 "Then the Morning Comes" Smash Mouth 5 February 5 12
December 18 "What a Girl Wants" Christina Aguilera 1 February 12 16
December 25 "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" Eiffel 65 2 January 29 12


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