List of number-one singles from the 1990s (New Zealand)

The following lists the number one singles on the New Zealand Singles Chart during the 1990s. The source for this decade is the Recorded Music NZ chart, the chart history of which can be found on the Recorded Music NZ website or Charts.nz.[1][2]

Mariah Carey had the most number-one singles—seven—in New Zealand during the 1990s: "Vision of Love", "I'll Be There", "Without You", "Endless Love", "Fantasy", "One Sweet Day", and "Heartbreaker".

A total of 179 singles topped the chart in the 1990s, including 20 by New Zealand artists. Nine artists had three or more number-one singles; the most successful was Mariah Carey, who spent 20 weeks at number one with seven different singles; however, Michael Jackson spent 22 weeks at number one with six different singles. Boyz II Men reached number one four times, and those who peaked atop the chart three times were Boyzone, Blackstreet, Spice Girls, Janet Jackson, U2, and Deep Obsession—the New Zealand act with the most number-one singles during the decade.

Whitney Houston's cover of Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" spent the most weeks at number one, claiming the number-one position for 14 weeks between December 1992 and March 1993 (this includes a three-week period in which no charts were published due to the Christmas and New Year holiday periods). "(I Can't Help) Falling in Love with You" by UB40 held the top position for 11 weeks, and the New Zealand act that spent the most weeks at number one during the 1990s was Push Push, who topped the listing for six weeks in 1991 with "Trippin'".

Key

 *  – Number-one single of the year[nb 1]
 †  – Song of New Zealand origin[nb 2]

1990Edit

 
Milli Vanilli obtained their only New Zealand number-one single in 1990: "All or Nothing".
 
Sinéad O'Connor reached number one for five weeks with "Nothing Compares 2 U".
 
"Vogue" became Madonna's only New Zealand chart-topper during the 1990s.
 
The highest-selling single of 1990 in New Zealand was MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch This"/"Dancin' Machine", which spent six weeks at number one.
 
Jon Bon Jovi spent three weeks at the top with "Blaze of Glory".
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
7 January Margaret Urlich "Escaping" 6 weeks (5 in 1989) [3]
14 January The B-52's "Love Shack" 4 weeks [4]
21 January
28 January
4 February
11 February John Grenell "Welcome to Our World" 3 weeks [5]
18 February
25 February
4 March Milli Vanilli "All or Nothing" 1 week [6]
11 March Sybil "Don't Make Me Over" 4 weeks [7]
18 March
25 March
1 April
8 April Sinéad O'Connor "Nothing Compares 2 U" 5 weeks [8]
15 April
22 April
29 April
6 May
13 May Jamie J. Morgan "Walk on the Wild Side" 2 weeks [9]
20 May
27 May Madonna "Vogue" 4 weeks [10]
3 June
10 June
17 June
24 June Daddy Cool "Eagle Rock" 4 weeks [11]
1 July
8 July
15 July
22 July MC Hammer "U Can't Touch This"/"Dancin' Machine" 6 weeks [12][13]
29 July
5 August
12 August
19 August
26 August
2 September Mariah Carey "Vision of Love" 2 weeks [14]
9 September
16 September Jon Bon Jovi "Blaze of Glory" 3 weeks [15]
23 September
30 September
7 October INXS "Suicide Blonde" 3 weeks [16]
14 October
21 October
28 October Ngaire "To Sir with Love" 5 weeks [17]
4 November
11 November
18 November
25 November
2 December Vanilla Ice "Ice Ice Baby" 8 weeks [18]
9 December
16 December
23 December
30 December

1991Edit

 
Robert Palmer collaborated with UB40 on "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight", which spent a week at number one in 1991.
 
Originally released in 1973, "The Joker" by the Steve Miller Band climbed to number one for a week in May 1991.
 
American rock band Extreme earned their sole number one, "More Than Words", in 1991; it spent two nonconsecutive weeks at the summit.
 
Canadian singer Bryan Adams topped the New Zealand chart for eight weeks with "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You".
 
Irish band U2 earned three number-one singles in New Zealand during the 1990s: "The Fly", "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me", and "Discothèque".
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
6 January Vanilla Ice "Ice Ice Baby" 8 weeks [18]
13 January
20 January
27 January The Simpsons "Do the Bartman" 3 weeks [19]
3 February Robert Palmer and UB40 "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" 1 week [20]
10 February The Simpsons "Do the Bartman" 3 weeks [19]
17 February
24 February The Righteous Brothers "Unchained Melody" 7 weeks [21]
3 March
10 March
17 March
24 March
31 March
7 April
14 April Push Push "Trippin'" 6 weeks [22]
21 April
28 April
5 May
12 May Steve Miller Band "The Joker" 1 week [23]
19 May Push Push "Trippin'" 6 weeks [22]
26 May
2 June The Parker Project "Tears on My Pillow" 1 week [24]
9 June Father MC "I'll Do 4 U" 3 weeks [25]
16 June
23 June
30 June AC/DC "Are You Ready" 1 week [26]
7 July Extreme "More Than Words" 2 weeks [27]
14 July Color Me Badd "I Wanna Sex You Up" 2 weeks [28]
21 July
28 July Extreme "More Than Words" 2 weeks [27]
4 August Aaron Neville "Everybody Plays the Fool" 2 weeks [29]
11 August
18 August Bryan Adams "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" 8 weeks [30]
25 August
1 September
8 September
15 September
22 September
29 September
6 October
13 October Color Me Badd "All 4 Love" 1 week [31]
20 October P.M. Dawn "Set Adrift on Memory Bliss" 2 weeks [32]
27 October
3 November U2 "The Fly" 3 weeks [33]
10 November
17 November
24 November Michael Jackson "Black or White" 8 weeks [34]
1 December
8 December
15 December
22 December
29 December

1992Edit

 
Michael Jackson spent 22 weeks at number one during the 1990s with six singles: "Black or White", "Remember the Time", "Give In to Me", "Scream", "You Are Not Alone", and "Blood on the Dance Floor".
 
Mr. Big's "To Be with You" peaked atop the chart for five weeks in March and April 1992.
 
Eric Clapton had a five-week stint at number one with "Tears in Heaven".
 
"Achy Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus was 1992's most successful single, ranking at number one for six weeks.
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
5 January Michael Jackson "Black or White" 8 weeks [34]
12 January
19 January Right Said Fred "I'm Too Sexy" 1 week [35]
26 January Guns N' Roses "Live and Let Die" 2 weeks [36]
2 February
9 February Big Audio Dynamite II "Rush" 2 weeks [37]
16 February
23 February Nirvana "Smells Like Teen Spirit" 1 week [38]
1 March Michael Jackson "Remember the Time" 2 weeks [39]
8 March
15 March The KLF featuring Tammy Wynette "Justified & Ancient (Stand by The JAMs)" 1 week [40]
22 March Mr. Big "To Be with You" 5 weeks [41]
29 March
5 April
12 April
19 April
26 April A Lighter Shade of Brown
featuring Shiro and Huggy Boy
"On a Sunday Afternoon" 2 weeks [42]
3 May
10 May Eric Clapton "Tears in Heaven" 5 weeks [43]
17 May
24 May
31 May
7 June
14 June Kris Kross "Jump" 2 weeks [44]
21 June
28 June Riff "White Men Can't Jump" 3 weeks [45]
5 July
12 July
19 July Mariah Carey featuring Trey Lorenz "I'll Be There" 5 weeks [46]
26 July
2 August
9 August
16 August
23 August Hammond Gamble "You Make the Whole World Smile" 3 weeks [47]
30 August
6 September Billy Ray Cyrus "Achy Breaky Heart" 6 weeks [48]
13 September
20 September
27 September
4 October
11 October
18 October Boyz II Men "End of the Road" 7 weeks [49]
25 October
1 November
8 November
15 November
22 November
29 November
6 December Charles & Eddie "Would I Lie to You?" 2 weeks [50]
13 December
20 December Whitney Houston "I Will Always Love You" 14 weeks [51]
27 December

1993Edit

 
"I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston spent 14 weeks at number one in 1992 and 1993. She topped the chart again in 1999 with "My Love Is Your Love".
 
R&B group Boyz II Men scored four number-one singles in New Zealand during the decade: "End of the Road", "In the Still of the Nite (I'll Remember)", "I'll Make Love to You", and "One Sweet Day".
 
Three singles by Janet Jackson reached the top position during the 1990s: "That's the Way Love Goes", "Whoops Now/What'll I Do", and "Scream".
 
Comedy rock band Green Jellÿ spent two separate weeks at number one in September 1993 with "Three Little Pigs".
 
"The River of Dreams" gave Billy Joel his second number-one hit in New Zealand.
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
3 January Whitney Houston "I Will Always Love You" 14 weeks [51]
10 January
17 January
24 January
31 January
7 February
14 February
21 February
28 February
7 March
14 March
21 March
28 March Boyz II Men "In the Still of the Nite (I'll Remember)" 2 weeks [52]
4 April
11 April Michael Jackson "Give In to Me" 4 weeks [53]
18 April
25 April
2 May
9 May Snow "Informer" 3 weeks [54]
16 May
23 May
30 May Janet Jackson "That's the Way Love Goes" 2 weeks [55]
6 June
13 June UB40 "(I Can't Help) Falling in Love with You" 11 weeks [56]
20 June
27 June
4 July
11 July
18 July
25 July
1 August
8 August
15 August
22 August Hammond Gamble "You Make the Whole World Smile" 3 weeks [47]
29 August UB40 "(I Can't Help) Falling in Love with You" 11 weeks [56]
5 September Green Jellÿ "Three Little Pigs" 2 weeks [57]
12 September Billy Joel "The River of Dreams" 1 week [58]
19 September Green Jellÿ "Three Little Pigs" 2 weeks [57]
26 September Meat Loaf "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" 5 weeks [59]
3 October
10 October
17 October
24 October
31 October Inner Circle "Sweat (A La La La La Long)" 4 weeks [60]
7 November
14 November
21 November
28 November Bitty McLean "It Keeps Rainin' (Tears from My Eyes)" 7 weeks [61]
5 December
12 December
19 December
26 December

1994Edit

 
Jamaican singer Jimmy Cliff topped the New Zealand chart for six weeks with his rendition of "I Can See Clearly Now".
 
Ace of Base hit number one with "The Sign" for five weeks in mid-1994.
 
Prince picked up his third New Zealand number-one single in 1994 with "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World".
 
"Love Is All Around" by Wet Wet Wet topped the chart for four weeks to become 1994's highest-selling single in New Zealand.
 
New Zealand band Headless Chickens obtained their only number one with "George" and a remix of their 1991 single "Cruise Control".
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
2 January Bitty McLean "It Keeps Rainin' (Tears from My Eyes)" 7 weeks [61]
9 January
16 January Jimmy Cliff "I Can See Clearly Now" 6 weeks [62]
23 January
30 January
6 February
13 February
20 February
27 February The Mutton Birds "The Heater" 1 week [63]
6 March 3 the Hard Way "Hip Hop Holiday" 3 weeks [64]
13 March
20 March
27 March DRS "Gangsta Lean" 3 weeks [65]
3 April
10 April Mariah Carey "Without You" 1 week [66]
17 April DRS "Gangsta Lean" 3 weeks [65]
24 April Ace of Base "The Sign" 5 weeks [67]
1 May
8 May
15 May
22 May Supergroove "Can't Get Enough" 1 week [68]
29 May Ace of Base "The Sign" 5 weeks [67]
5 June Prince "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" 4 weeks [69]
12 June
19 June
26 June
3 July Wet Wet Wet "Love Is All Around" 4 weeks [70]
10 July All-4-One "I Swear" 6 weeks [71]
17 July
24 July
31 July
7 August
14 August
21 August Wet Wet Wet "Love Is All Around" 4 weeks [70]
28 August
4 September
11 September Boyz II Men "I'll Make Love to You" 4 weeks [72]
18 September
25 September
2 October
9 October Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey "Endless Love" 5 weeks [73]
16 October
23 October
30 October
6 November
13 November Pato Banton featuring Ali and Robin Campbell "Baby Come Back" 4 weeks [74]
20 November
27 November
4 December
11 December Headless Chickens "George"/"Cruise Control" 4 weeks [75][76]
18 December Ini Kamoze "Here Comes the Hotstepper" 5 weeks [77]
25 December Headless Chickens "George"/"Cruise Control" 4 weeks [75]

1995Edit

 
Australian rock band Silverchair peaked at number one on the New Zealand chart for three weeks with "Tomorrow".
 
Rednex, under a different lineup, stayed at number one for six weeks with "Cotton Eye Joe" in March and April 1995.
 
"Waterfalls" by TLC claimed the number-one position for four weeks during 1995.
 
Jamaican musician Shaggy attained his first and sole number-one single in New Zealand with "Boombastic", which reached number one for two nonconsecutive weeks.
 
American rapper Coolio topped the New Zealand Singles Chart for nine weeks with "Gangsta's Paradise"; it was the third longest-running chart-topper during the 1990s in New Zealand.
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
1 January Headless Chickens "George"/"Cruise Control" 4 weeks [75]
8 January
15 January Ini Kamoze "Here Comes the Hotstepper" 5 weeks [77]
22 January
29 January
5 February
12 February Silverchair "Tomorrow" 3 weeks [78]
19 February
26 February
5 March Rednex "Cotton Eye Joe" 6 weeks [79]
12 March
19 March
26 March
2 April
9 April
16 April Brownstone "If You Love Me" 5 weeks [80]
23 April
30 April
7 May
14 May
21 May Janet Jackson "Whoops Now/What'll I Do" 1 week [81][82]
28 May Rappin' 4-Tay featuring the Spinners "I'll Be Around" 3 weeks [83]
4 June
11 June
18 June Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson "Scream" 4 weeks [84]
25 June
2 July
9 July
16 July U2 "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" 1 week [85]
23 July Portrait "How Deep Is Your Love" 3 weeks [86]
30 July
6 August
13 August TLC "Waterfalls" 4 weeks [87]
20 August
27 August
3 September
10 September Michael Jackson "You Are Not Alone" 3 weeks [88]
17 September
24 September
1 October Shaggy "Boombastic" 2 weeks [89]
8 October Mariah Carey "Fantasy" 2 weeks [90]
15 October Shaggy "Boombastic" 2 weeks [89]
22 October Mariah Carey "Fantasy" 2 weeks [90]
29 October Coolio featuring L.V. "Gangsta's Paradise" 9 weeks [91]
5 November
12 November
19 November
26 November
3 December
10 December
17 December
24 December Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men "One Sweet Day" 4 weeks [92]
31 December

1996Edit

 
Britpop band Oasis reached number one for a single week with "Wonderwall".
 
Peter Andre earned two different number-one singles two weeks apart: "Mysterious Girl" and "Get Down on It".
 
Warren G stayed at number one for three weeks with "What's Love Got to Do with It". In 1997, he earned his second number-one hit: "I Shot the Sheriff".
 
Girl group Spice Girls reached number one with "Wannabe" in 1996, then scored two more chart-toppers in 1998: "Viva Forever" and "Goodbye". Member Geri Halliwell would then top the chart in 1999 with "Look at Me".
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
7 January Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men "One Sweet Day" 4 weeks [92]
14 January Coolio featuring L.V. "Gangsta's Paradise" 9 weeks [91]
21 January Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men "One Sweet Day" 4 weeks [92]
28 January OMC "How Bizarre" 3 weeks [93]
4 February
11 February
18 February CDB "Let's Groove" 3 weeks [94]
25 February
3 March
10 March Oasis "Wonderwall" 1 week [95]
17 March Peter Andre featuring Bubbler Ranx "Mysterious Girl" 2 weeks [96]
24 March
31 March L.A.D. "Ridin' Low" 2 weeks [97]
7 April Peter Andre featuring Past to Present "Get Down on It" 1 week [98]
14 April L.A.D. "Ridin' Low" 2 weeks [97]
21 April CDB "Hey Girl (This Is Our Time)" 1 week [99]
28 April 2Pac featuring Dr. Dre "California Love" 5 weeks [100]
5 May
12 May
19 May
26 May
2 June Fugees "Killing Me Softly" 3 weeks [101]
9 June
16 June
23 June Bone Thugs-n-Harmony "Tha Crossroads" 6 weeks [102]
30 June
7 July
14 July
21 July
28 July
4 August DLT featuring Che Fu "Chains" 5 weeks [103]
11 August
18 August
25 August
1 September
8 September Keith Sweat "Twisted" 6 weeks [104]
15 September
22 September
29 September
6 October
13 October
20 October Warren G featuring Adina Howard "What's Love Got to Do with It" 4 weeks [105]
27 October
3 November
10 November Spice Girls "Wannabe" 1 week [106]
17 November Warren G featuring Adina Howard "What's Love Got to Do with It" 4 weeks [105]
24 November Blackstreet featuring Dr. Dre and Queen Pen "No Diggity" 2 weeks [107]
1 December
8 December Fugees "No Woman, No Cry" 2 weeks [108]
15 December
22 December Mo Thugs "Thug Devotion" 4 weeks [109]
29 December

1997Edit

 
No Doubt's "Don't Speak" peaked at the summit of the New Zealand chart for three weeks.
 
"Lovefool" by Swedish band the Cardigans remained at number one for two weeks in March 1997.
 
Despite not topping the New Zealand chart as a solo artist, Missy Elliott reached number one as a featured artist on two occasions: once with MC Lyte and another with SWV.
 
Danish band Aqua reached number one in New Zealand with their worldwide smash, "Barbie Girl".
 
Elton John held the number-one position for six weeks with "Candle in the Wind 1997"/"Something About the Way You Look Tonight", New Zealand's most successful song of 1997.
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
5 January Mo Thugs "Thug Devotion" 4 weeks [109]
12 January
19 January No Doubt "Don't Speak" 3 weeks [110]
26 January
2 February R. Kelly "I Believe I Can Fly" 2 weeks [111]
9 February No Doubt "Don't Speak" 3 weeks [110]
16 February R. Kelly "I Believe I Can Fly" 2 weeks [111]
23 February U2 "Discothèque" 1 week [112]
2 March The Cardigans "Lovefool" 2 weeks [113]
9 March
16 March Unique II "Break My Stride" 2 weeks [114]
23 March MC Lyte featuring Missy Elliott "Cold Rock a Party" 2 weeks [115]
30 March Unique II "Break My Stride" 2 weeks [114]
6 April MC Lyte featuring Missy Elliott "Cold Rock a Party" 2 weeks [115]
13 April Warren G "I Shot the Sheriff" 2 weeks [116]
20 April
27 April Az Yet featuring Peter Cetera "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" 2 weeks [117]
4 May
11 May Blackstreet "Don't Leave Me" 2 weeks [118]
18 May
25 May Michael Jackson "Blood on the Dance Floor" 1 week [119]
1 June Joose "If Tomorrow Never Comes" 2 weeks [120]
8 June
15 June SWV featuring Missy Elliott "Can We" 1 week [121]
22 June Hanson "MMMBop" 2 weeks [122]
29 June
6 July Puff Daddy and Faith Evans featuring 112 "I'll Be Missing You" 5 weeks [123]
13 July
20 July
27 July
3 August
10 August Will Smith "Men in Black" 5 weeks [124]
17 August
24 August
31 August
7 September
14 September Aqua "Barbie Girl" 2 weeks [125]
21 September
28 September Chumbawamba "Tubthumping" 1 week [126]
5 October Elton John "Candle in the Wind 1997"/
"Something About the Way You Look Tonight"
6 weeks [127]
12 October
19 October
26 October
2 November
9 November
16 November N-Trance featuring Rod Stewart "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" 3 weeks [128]
23 November
30 November
7 December Backstreet Boys "As Long as You Love Me" 6 weeks [129]
14 December
21 December
28 December

1998Edit

 
"As Long as You Love Me" and "I Want It That Way" by the Backstreet Boys reached number one in New Zealand.
 
Busta Rhymes earned his first of two solo number-one singles in 1998 with "Turn It Up (Remix)/Fire It Up".
 
Irish girl group B*Witched climbed to number one twice in the 1990s with "C'est la Vie" and "Rollercoaster".
 
Aaliyah's "Are You That Somebody?" rose to number one in October 1998.
 
"No Matter What", "I Love the Way You Love Me", and "You Needed Me" gave Boyzone three number-one singles in New Zealand. Member Ronan Keating also peaked at number one in 1999 with "When You Say Nothing at All".
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
4 January Backstreet Boys "As Long as You Love Me" 6 weeks [129]
11 January
18 January All Saints "Never Ever" 5 weeks [130]
25 January
1 February
8 February
15 February
22 February Pappa Bear featuring Van der Toorn "Cherish" 3 weeks [131]
1 March
8 March
15 March Queen Pen featuring Eric Williams "All My Love" 4 weeks [132]
22 March
29 March
5 April
12 April K-Ci & JoJo "All My Life" 4 weeks [133]
19 April
26 April
3 May
10 May Run–D.M.C. vs. Jason Nevins "It's Like That" 2 weeks [134]
17 May
24 May Next "Too Close" 2 weeks [135]
31 May
7 June Busta Rhymes "Turn It Up (Remix)/Fire It Up" 3 weeks [136]
14 June
21 June
28 June B*Witched "C'est la Vie" 1 week [137]
5 July Fred Dagg "We Don't Know How Lucky We Are" 1 week [138]
12 July Brandy and Monica "The Boy Is Mine" 2 weeks [139]
19 July
26 July Bus Stop featuring Carl Douglas "Kung Fu Fighting" 2 weeks [140]
2 August
9 August Deep Obsession "Lost in Love" 2 weeks [141]
16 August
23 August Spice Girls "Viva Forever" 2 weeks [142]
30 August
6 September Pras Michel featuring Ol' Dirty Bastard and Mýa "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)" 4 weeks [143]
13 September
20 September
27 September
4 October Che Fu "Without a Doubt"/"Machine Talk" 1 week [144]
11 October Aaliyah "Are You That Somebody?" 1 week [145]
18 October Boyzone "No Matter What" 6 weeks [146]
25 October
1 November B*Witched "Rollercoaster" 1 week [147]
8 November Boyzone "No Matter What" 6 weeks [146]
15 November Five "Everybody Get Up" 1 week [148]
22 November Boyzone "No Matter What" 6 weeks [146]
29 November
6 December
13 December Jennifer Paige "Crush" 1 week [149]
20 December Spice Girls "Goodbye" 3 weeks [150]
27 December

1999Edit

 
R&B singer Brandy Norwood spent a single week at number one with "Have You Ever?".
 
"...Baby One More Time" and "Sometimes" gave Britney Spears her first two New Zealand number ones.
 
Boy band Westlife had a number-one hit with "Swear It Again".
 
Lou Bega's cover of "Mambo No. 5" topped the New Zealand chart for six nonconsecutive weeks.
 
S Club 7 obtained two of their three New Zealand number-one hits in 1999: "Bring It All Back" and "S Club Party".
Date Artist Single Weeks at number one Ref.
3 January Spice Girls "Goodbye" 3 weeks [150]
10 January Cher "Believe" 1 week [151]
17 January Blackstreet and Mýa featuring Mase and Blinky Blink "Take Me There" 3 weeks [152]
24 January
31 January
7 February Brandy "Have You Ever?" 1 week [153]
14 February Ardijah "Silly Love Songs" 1 week [154]
21 February Britney Spears "...Baby One More Time" 4 weeks [155]
28 February
7 March New Radicals "You Get What You Give" 1 week [156]
14 March Lutricia McNeal "My Side of Town" 1 week [157]
21 March Britney Spears "...Baby One More Time" 4 weeks [155]
28 March Steps "Heartbeat/Tragedy" 1 week [158]
4 April Boyzone "I Love the Way You Love Me" 2 weeks [159]
11 April
18 April Britney Spears "...Baby One More Time" 4 weeks [155]
25 April TLC "No Scrubs" 2 weeks [160]
2 May Shania Twain "That Don't Impress Me Much" 1 week [161]
9 May TLC "No Scrubs" 2 weeks [160]
16 May TrueBliss "Tonight" 2 weeks [162]
23 May
30 May Geri Halliwell "Look at Me" 1 week [163]
6 June Backstreet Boys "I Want It That Way" 2 weeks [164]
13 June
20 June Ricky Martin "Livin' la Vida Loca" 1 week [165]
27 June Boyzone "You Needed Me" 2 weeks [166]
4 July
11 July Deep Obsession "Cold" 1 week [167]
18 July Britney Spears "Sometimes" 1 week [168]
25 July Westlife "Swear It Again" 1 week [169]
1 August Jennifer Lopez "If You Had My Love" 1 week [170]
8 August Vengaboys "Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!" 1 week [171]
15 August Shania Twain "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" 1 week [172]
22 August Five "If Ya Gettin' Down" 1 week [173]
29 August Whitney Houston "My Love Is Your Love" 1 week [174]
5 September Ronan Keating "When You Say Nothing at All" 1 week [175]
12 September Lou Bega "Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...)" 6 weeks [176]
19 September
26 September
3 October Neil Finn "Can You Hear Us" 1 week [177]
10 October S Club 7 "Bring It All Back" 1 week [178]
17 October Lou Bega "Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...)" 6 weeks [176]
24 October
31 October Mariah Carey featuring Jay-Z "Heartbreaker" 1 week [179]
7 November Lou Bega "Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...)" 6 weeks [176]
14 November Eiffel 65 "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" 1 week [180]
21 November Deep Obsession "One & Only" 2 weeks [181]
28 November
5 December Bob Marley featuring Lauryn Hill "Turn Your Lights Down Low" 2 weeks [182]
12 December Shaft "(Mucho Mambo) Sway" 1 week [183]
19 December Bob Marley featuring Lauryn Hill "Turn Your Lights Down Low" 2 weeks [182]
26 December S Club 7 "S Club Party" 5 weeks (4 in 2000) [184]

Artists with the most number-one songsEdit

Key

 †  – Song of New Zealand origin[nb 2]
Artist Number-one
singles
Longest run Total weeks at
number one
Michael Jackson 6 "Black or White" (8 weeks) 22
Mariah Carey 7 "I'll Be There"/"Endless Love" (with Luther Vandross) (5 weeks each) 20
Boyz II Men 4 "End of the Road" (7 weeks) 17
Boyzone1 3 "No Matter What" (6 weeks) 10
Blackstreet 3 "Take Me There" (with Mýa featuring Mase and Blinky Blink) (3 weeks) 7
Janet Jackson 3 "Scream" (with Michael Jackson) (4 weeks) 7
Spice Girls2 3 "Goodbye" (3 weeks) 6
Deep Obsession 3 "Lost in Love"/"One & Only" (2 weeks each) 5
U2 3 "The Fly" (3 weeks) 5

Excluded statistics

1 Boyzone's tally does not include Ronan Keating's solo single, "When You Say Nothing At All".
2 The Spice Girls' tally does not include Geri Halliwell's solo single, "Look At Me".
  • While some artists made appearances in other artists songs, these songs were not included in their groups tally. This includes, Robin and Ali Campbell featuring in Pato Banton's single, "Baby Come Back" as they were featured together, not as part of UB40.
*Some artists who had solo number-one singles (or was a featured artist in a number-one single) and who were also part of a group that had number-one single(s) have been classed as separate entries. This includes Che Fu, who had one solo number-one and featured in another number-one single, and Supergroove, who had one a number-one single prior to Che Fu leaving the group, as well as Lauryn Hill and Pras Michel, who both had a solo number one single, and the Fugees, which had two number-one singles prior to the release of their solo singles.

Most weeks at number oneEdit

 
Reggae group UB40 had an eleven-week stay at number one with "(I Can't Help) Falling in Love with You" in 1993.
 
"It Keeps Rainin' (Tears from My Eyes)" by Bitty McLean held the number-one spot for eight weeks in 1993 and 1994.
 
After being featured in the 1990 film Ghost, the Righteous Brothers' version of "Unchained Melody" was re-released and topped the New Zealand chart for seven weeks.
 
All-4-One topped the New Zealand chart for six weeks with their cover of "I Swear".

Key

 †  – Song of New Zealand origin[nb 2]
Title Artist Reached number one Weeks at
number one
"I Will Always Love You" Whitney Houston 20 December 1992 14
"(I Can't Help) Falling in Love with You" UB40 13 June 1993 11
"Gangsta's Paradise" Coolio featuring L.V. 29 October 1995 9
"(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" Bryan Adams 18 August 1991 8
"Black or White" Michael Jackson 24 November 1991 8
"It Keeps Rainin' (Tears from My Eyes)" Bitty McLean 28 November 1993 7
"End of the Road" Boyz II Men 18 October 1992 7
"Unchained Melody" The Righteous Brothers 24 February 1991 7
"Ice Ice Baby" Vanilla Ice 9 December 1990 7
"I Swear" All-4-One 10 September 1994 6
"As Long as You Love Me" Backstreet Boys 7 December 1997 6
"Achy Breaky Heart" Billy Ray Cyrus 6 September 1992 6
"Tha Crossroads" Bone Thugs-n-Harmony 23 June 1996 6
"No Matter What" Boyzone 18 October 1998 6
"Candle in the Wind 1997"/"Something About the Way You Look Tonight" Elton John 5 October 1997 6
"I Can See Clearly Now" Jimmy Cliff 16 January 1994 6
"Twisted" Keith Sweat 8 September 1996 6
"Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of...)" Lou Bega 12 September 1999 6
"U Can't Touch This" MC Hammer 27 July 1990 6
"Trippin'" Push Push 14 April 1991 6
"Cotton Eye Joe" Rednex 5 March 1995 6
"To Sir with Love" Ngaire 28 October 1990 5
"California Love" 2Pac featuring Dr. Dre 28 April 1996 5
"The Sign" Ace of Base 24 April 1994 5
"Never Ever" All Saints 18 January 1998 5
"If You Love Me" Brownstone 16 April 1995 5
"Chains" DLT featuring Che Fu 28 July 1996 5
"Tears in Heaven" Eric Clapton 10 May 1992 5
"Here Comes the Hotstepper" Ini Kamoze 18 December 1994 5
"Endless Love" Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey 9 October 1994 5
"I'll Be There" Mariah Carey featuring Trey Lorenz 19 July 1992 5
"I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" Meat Loaf 26 September 1993 5
"To Be with You" Mr. Big 22 March 1992 5
"I'll Be Missing You" Puff Daddy and Faith Evans featuring 112 6 July 1997 5
"Nothing Compares 2 U" Sinéad O'Connor 8 April 1990 5
"Men in Black" Will Smith 10 August 1997 5

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Annual charts are sourced from the RIANZ website:
  2. ^ a b c Whether or not a song is of New Zealand origin is determined by the RMNZ

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