1991 Number One Hits

December 8, 1990 – January 4, 1991:
Because I Love You (The Postman Song) – Stevie B
January 5 – January 18:
Justify My Love – Madonna
January 19 January 25:
Love Will Never Do (Without You) – Janet Jackson
January 26 – February 8:
The First Time – Surface
February 9 – February 22:
Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – C&C Music Factory featuring Freedom Williams
February 23 – March 8:
All the Man That I Need – Whitney Houston
March 9 – March 23:
Someday – Mariah Carey
March 23 – March 29:
One More Try – Timmy T.
March 30 – April 12:
Coming out of the Dark – Gloria Estefan
April 13 – April 19:
I’ve Been Thinking About You – Londonbeat
April 20 – April 26:
You’re in Love – Wilson Phillips
April 27 – May 10:
Baby Baby – Amy Grant
May 11 – May 17:
Joyride – Roxette
May 18 – May 24:
I Like the Way (The Kissing Game) – Hi-Five
May 25 – June 7:
I Don’t Wanna Cry – Mariah Carey
June 8 – June 14:
More Than Words – Extreme
June 15 – July 19:
Rush, Rush – Paula Abdul
July 20 – July 26:
Unbelievable – EMF
July 27 – September 23:
(Everything I Do) I Do It for You – Bryan Adams
September 14 – September 20:
The Promise of a New Day – Paula Abdul
September 21 – October 4:
I Adore Mi Amor – Color Me Badd
October 5 – October 11:
Good Vibrations – Marky Mark & the Funky Bunch featuring Loleatta Holloway
October 12 – November 1:
Emotions – Mariah Carey
November 2 – November 8:
Romantic – Karyn White
November 9 – November 22:
Cream – Prince & the New Power Generation
November 23 – November 29:
When a Man Loves a Woman – Michael Bolton
November 30 – December 6:
Set Adrift on Memory Bliss – PM Dawn
December 7, 1991- January 24, 1992:
Black Or White – Michael Jackson

(Data is complied 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.)

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