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Justin Timberlake’s Top 25 Billboard Hot 100 Hits

Mr. Nimbus | 01/31/2024

Following the launch of his solo career after soaring to success with *NSYNC, Justin Timberlake has been a force on the Billboard charts.

His 2002 solo debut album, Justified, peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and generated four top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including his first two top 10 efforts: “Like I Love You” (No. 11), “Cry Me a River” (No. 2), “Rock Your Body” (No. 5) and “Senorita” (No. 27).

The multi-hit run set Timberlake up for a monster sophomore album, FutureSex/LoveSounds, which arrived in 2006 to enormous acclaim. The project opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, while three of its singles mirrored the chart-topping results on the Hot 100: “SexyBack,” “My Love” (featuring T.I.) and “What Goes Around …. Comes Around.”

Though another solo album didn’t come for six years, Timberlake filled the gap and remained musically active with featured contributions on a string of hits, partnering with a range of acts such as 50 Cent (“Ayo Technology”), Madonna (“4 Minutes”), T.I. (“Dead and Gone”) and Ciara (“Love Sex Magic”). The Timberlake touch was evident: All four songs hit the Hot 100 top 10.

When he did return, the boy bander-turned-solo superstar continued his top 10 ways with The 20/20 Experience album’s “Mirrors” and the Jay-Z-assisted “Suit & Tie” in 2013; another Hot 100 champ in 2016’s Trolls soundtrack single “Can’t Stop the Feeling!”; and Man of the Woods’ “Filthy” and “Say Something,” featuring Chris Stapleton, in 2018.

As the superstar turns 43 on Wednesday (Jan. 31) and is warming up for his forthcoming Everything I Thought It Was album, Billboard recaps the Grammy winner’s biggest solo hits on the Hot 100. As a sign of his musical versatility and status as a go-to collaborator, the list includes collaborations with an array of top talent, including rap superstars Jay-Z and T.I. and pop royalty Madonna and Michael Jackson.

Justin Timberlake’s Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits ranking is based on weekly performance on the Hot 100 (through Feb. 3, 2024). Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower spots earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted differently to account for chart turnover rates during various periods.

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Written by Mr. Nimbus

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