2004 Number One Hits


2004 Number One Hits

Hey Ya! by OutKast (December 13, 2003February 13, 2004): This vibrant and catchy track was a genre-blending phenomenon, capturing the essence of fun and danceability.

The Way You Move by OutKast featuring Sleepy Brown (February 14February 20): A smooth, groovy number that complemented the high energy of Hey Ya! with its soulful rhythm and catchy beats.

Slow Jamz by Twista featuring Kanye West and Jamie Foxx (February 21February 27): A perfect blend of rap and R&B, this song highlighted Twista’s rapid-fire rap style alongside Kanye’s production and Jamie Foxx’s smooth vocals.

Yeah! by Usher featuring Lil’ Jon and Ludacris (February 28May 21): This track was a club banger with a distinctive beat, marked by Usher’s smooth vocals, Lil Jon’s crunk sound, and Ludacris’s charismatic verse.

Burn by Usher (May 22July 9): A soulful R&B ballad showcased Usher’s emotive singing, dealing with the pain of a breaking relationship.

I Believe by Fantasia Barrino (July 10July 23): Fantasia’s powerful and inspiring performance on this track was a testament to her vocal prowess, making it a memorable and uplifting song.

Confessions Part II by Usher (July 24August 6): Another hit from Usher, this song delved into themes of infidelity and the complexities of relationships, marked by his expressive singing.

Slow Motion by Juvenile featuring Soulja Slim (August 7August 20): This track brought a smooth, laid-back sound to the charts, highlighting Juvenile’s distinctive New Orleans style.

Lean Back by The Terror Squad featuring Fat Joe and Remy Martin (August 21September 10): A hip-hop anthem with a catchy chorus and easygoing rhythm, making it a club staple.

Goodies by Ciara featuring Petey Pablo (September 11October 29): Ciara’s debut single, this song was a blend of crunk and R&B, introducing her unique dance moves and fresh sound.

My Boo by Usher and Alicia Keys (October 30December 11): A beautiful duet that combined the soulful voices of two R&B superstars, exploring themes of nostalgia and young love.

Drop It Like It’s Hot by Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell (December 11 – December 31, 2004): Known for its minimalist production and Snoop Dogg’s laid-back rap style, this song was a smooth end to the year’s chart-toppers.

(Data is compiled from various charts, including Billboard’s “Pop,” “Rock,” “Airplay,” “R&B/Dance,” and “Singles” Charts. The “Hot 100” is the primary chart used for this list.)