Retro Rewind: Billboard Hot 100 This Week In 1998 #TBT

Published: Thursday 14th Jul 2016 by Rashad
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Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.

So, as our retrospective features ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay’  allow us the chance to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday of one artist, our newest feature Chart Rewind – a variation of our current Retro Rewind assay – accedes salutes to an entire era of music history.

This week we’re still jamming to ‘You’re Still the One’ – the most successful crossover single of country Queen Shania Twain.  Lifted from Twain’s tertiary release, ‘Come On Over,’ ‘One’ is not only widely recognized as the song that launched the songstress to pop radio and audiences, but also helped propel its parent album to heights of 40 million+ sold (making it the best-selling album by a female ever).

While ‘One’ never actually reached #1 on the Hot 100 due to being held at bay by Brandy & Monica‘s massive hit ‘The Boy is Mine’, it still etched its way into history books and hearts – ours included.  Tuck in below to see who joined B-Rocka, Mo, and Shania this week in 1998 in the upper rankings of the Hot 100:

Hot 100 This Week in 1998

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Hot 100 This Week


Check back later today to read this week’s full Hot 100 TGJ Chart Check.

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  1. Danzou July 14, 2016

    Music has gone down the drain.

  2. pat July 14, 2016

    madonna, mariah, janet, xscape, shania….GOD..what happened to music

  3. #JACKIE July 14, 2016

    She looks like Taylor swift in that pic

  4. Molly July 14, 2016

    Ok Brandy… Slaying legends like Madonna and Mariah.

  5. Suicide Blonde July 14, 2016

    You’re Still the One, Ray of Light, My All and Truly Madly Deeply were the best songs on the chart at the time, classics.

    • #JACKIE July 14, 2016

      No one remembers those songs.

      • Kev Kev July 14, 2016

        and people remember Goodies or Oh?????????????????????????

      • Delroy Dussard July 15, 2016

        Err plenty of us do and unlike stuff out this yearly (the forgettable trash) all will bemail remembered is how rubbish and slow the charts were in the mid 2010s

  6. Kal July 14, 2016

    When real R&B and Hip Hop dominated the charts…

  7. AnnaMae July 14, 2016

    LMAO it took you 3 months to come up with that essay KIIII?? @ASSholeliyah-stan/Centiped do better b*tch. Post me a receipt of me saying I was a receptionist, since you LOVE to stalk my comments. You are the one that said you were coming to LDN, and yet you were a no-show. B*TCH I already planned your funeral, BE ABOUT IT HEAUX!

    • Molly July 14, 2016

      Kiii at you talking bout stalking comments when you’re clearly stalking mine… Bringing up my dead brother something I discussed months ago! Trash ass bïtch you’re a hypocrite.

      • AnnaMae July 14, 2016

        B**** you left a comment about that like 2 months ago, @Ashes2AshesDust2Sidechicks is stalking comments I left 1 year ago, Try again boo! You won’t get no sympathy over here. Watch what tf you say!

      • Molly July 14, 2016

        Bïtch you’ve been a stalker own up to your shït.

      • AnnaMae July 14, 2016

        SIS wyd???! You’re the one who stalked my comments today when I didn’t even address you. Clearly you’re still holding a grudge over me spilling your T on here KIII.

  8. AnnaMae July 14, 2016

    I have the email receipts BTW! I emailed a time and place TEN times, and this weak-ass b*tch had no response! LMAO I wasn’t even going to spill this faaggots TEA, but he wants to get slick! KIIII HŒS on here love to run their mouths but outside this blog it’s a different story.

  9. LB July 14, 2016

    I loved and still love “My all”, Mariah’s best song.

  10. Stephy July 14, 2016

    Shania Twain was one of the best looking female artists ever. Just beautiful, through and through. Vocally, she was blah. Her legendary album Come On Over is a classic. She was the Taylor Swift of the 90’s basically. Madonna & Mariah are legends. Both of those songs are classics. My All peaked at #1 for 1 week, and stayed in the top 10 for 13 weeks. It’s one of her best selling digital selling songs of the new generation. And, it’s one of her most streamed songs of the new generation. Impressive for a song that was released in 1998.

    • JOHNVIDAL July 15, 2016

      The Taylor of the 90s but with a good voice and better music too. Taylor cannot sing at all.

  11. Grande the Way July 14, 2016

    I feel like My All gets lost in Mariah’s sea of #1s but its one of my favorites from her. The Boy Is Mine is my favorite song from Brandy too

  12. King B July 14, 2016

    SHANIA!!! That’s one of the best classic I’ve ever heard besides My heart Will Go ON and IWALY! But sadly, it peaked at number 2, if I’m not mistaken? She was blocked by… Brandy?

  13. Royalkev July 14, 2016

    Not that BranMo slay! That song was everywhere and I was on Bran s*** like nothing you ever seen! I loved that Usher song too! ‘I do, any and everything you want to’. Usher Raymond cam ethrough! . .. I was also playing that Jon B song well into the ’00’s. I must be missing R&B cause this chart is making me feel some kind of way! Btw, I was here for that country song by Shania too! #GoodMusic #GoodCharts

    • Royalkev July 14, 2016

      Goodness, Janet’s I Get Lonely is one of my all-time favorite by her! This was a good year!

      • MUSICHEAD July 14, 2016

        That I Get Lonely video is still the s***! My God Janet did that!!!

      • Royalkev July 14, 2016

        ^ Yes! One of THE sexiest ever!

  14. JOHNVIDAL July 15, 2016

    Real talents everywhere. And diversity.
    Unlike now. I see Rihanna will probably have yet one more forgettable #1 with a song that wasn´t even in her flop album and is yet one more feature. The industry is a joke, Rihanna being the biggest example.

    Anyway, I don´t believe for a second Shania has the biggest album ever by a female. It was so huge yes. But not bigger than The Bodyguard. In countries like Spain for example it´s not f****** comparable the success The Bodyguard got with the “cute” success Come on Over had. Just no. And tehre are more countries like that. Whitney slayed the whole planet a la Michael Jackson. Not to emntion after her death she sold like 1 million copies more in the USA alone from that album. I don´t believe Come on Over is above that not even for a second. Love “You´re still the one” btw. But that year Celine killed everybody with “My Heart Will Go On” winning the grammys and all.

    • King z July 15, 2016

      Sorry to burst your bubble Hun, but Come on over is the bet selling female

      Bodyguard, tho attributed to Whitney, is NOT a Whitney album. It’s a soundtrack.

      Come on over is an studio album

  15. ow Reddish tran ivy blokz Need UK timely Ukuyikiji July 15, 2016

    90’s music was better then today music

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