You can also see the Australia and UK rebound number ones.

Since 1940, 100 different number one songs on the Billboard Best Sellers/Hot 100 charts have spent non-consecutive weeks at the top within the same chart run. Below is a list of these "rebound number ones" and some trivia about them.

  • 1940

    Frenesi - Artie Shaw
    • Hit number one starting December 15, 1940 for 12 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Song of the Volga Boatmen" by Glenn Miller.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 16, 1941 for an additional week.
  • 1941

    My Sister And I - Jimmy Dorsey
    • Hit number one starting June 1, 1941 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Maria Elena" by Jimmy Dorsey.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 22, 1941 for an additional week.
    Maria Elena - Jimmy Dorsey
    • Hit number one starting June 8, 1941 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Daddy" by Sammy Kaye.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 29, 1941 for an additional week.
    Daddy - Sammy Kaye
    • Hit number one starting June 15, 1941 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "My Sister And I" by Jimmy Dorsey.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 6, 1941 for an additional 7 weeks.
    Chattanooga Choo Choo - Glenn Miller
    • Hit number one starting November 23, 1941 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Elmer's Tune" by Glenn Miller.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 21, 1941 for an additional 6 weeks.
  • 1942

    A String Of Pearls - Glenn Miller
    • Hit number one starting February 1, 1942 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Blues in the Night" by Woody Herman.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 15, 1942 for an additional week.
  • 1943

    There Are Such Things - Tommy Dorsey
    • Hit number one starting January 10, 1943 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "I Had The Craziest Dream" by Harry James.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 21, 1943 for an additional week.
    I've Heard That Song Before - Harry James
    • Hit number one starting February 28, 1943 for 12 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "That Old Black Magic" by Glenn Miller.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 30, 1943 for an additional week.
  • 1944

    I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You) - Harry James
    • Hit number one starting June 4, 1944 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "I'll Be Seeing You" by Bing Crosby.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 2, 1944 for an additional week.
    I'll Be Seeing You - Bing Crosby
    • Hit number one starting June 25, 1944 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)" by Harry James.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 9, 1944 for an additional 3 weeks.
    You Always Hurt The One You Love - The Mills Brothers
    • Hit number one starting October 1, 1944 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I'll Walk Alone" by Dinah Shore.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 15, 1944 for an additional 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "I'll Walk Alone" by Dinah Shore.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 19, 1944 for an additional 2 weeks.
    I'll Walk Alone - Dinah Shore
    • Hit number one starting October 8, 1944 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "You Always Hurt The One You Love" by The Mills Brothers.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 29, 1944 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 1945

    Chickery Chick - Sammy Kaye
    • Hit number one starting November 11, 1945 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "It's Been A Long, Long Time" by Harry James.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 9, 1945 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "It's Been A Long, Long Time" by Harry James.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 23, 1945 for an additional week.
    It's Been A Long, Long Time - Harry James
    • Hit number one starting November 18, 1945 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "It's Been A Long, Long Time" by Bing Crosby.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 16, 1945 for an additional week.
  • 1946

    To Each His Own - Eddy Howard
    • Hit number one starting August 4, 1946 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "To Each His Own" by Freddy Martin.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 29, 1946 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Five Minutes More - Frank Sinatra
    • Hit number one starting September 8, 1946 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "To Each His Own" by The Ink Spots.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 22, 1946 for an additional week.
  • 1947

    Peg O' My Heart - The Harmonicats
    • Hit number one starting June 15, 1947 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba (My Baby Go To Sleep)" by Perry Como.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 13, 1947 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 1948

    Twelfth Street Rag - Pee Wee Hunt
    • Hit number one starting August 22, 1948 for 6 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "A Tree In The Meadow" by Margaret Whiting.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 17, 1948 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Buttons And Bows - Dinah Shore
    • Hit number one starting October 31, 1948 for 9 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "All I Want For Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth)" by Spike Jones.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 9, 1949 for an additional week.
  • 1951

    If - Perry Como
    • Hit number one starting February 25, 1951 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Be My Love" by Mario Lanza.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 11, 1951 for an additional 5 weeks.
  • 1953

    Vaya Con Dios - Les Paul and Mary Ford
    • Hit number one starting August 2, 1953 for 9 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "St. George and the Dragonet" by Stan Freberg.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 1, 1953 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1954

    Secret Love - Doris Day
    • Hit number one starting February 21, 1954 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Make Love To Me!" by Jo Stafford.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 14, 1954 for an additional week.
    Make Love To Me! - Jo Stafford
    • Hit number one starting March 7, 1954 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Secret Love" by Doris Day.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 21, 1954 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1955

    The Yellow Rose of Texas - Mitch Miller
    • Hit number one starting August 28, 1955 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Love Is A Many Splendered Thing" by The Four Aces.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 9, 1955 for an additional week.
    Love Is A Many Splendered Thing - The Four Aces
    • Hit number one starting October 2, 1955 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "The Yellow Rose of Texas" by Mitch Miller.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 16, 1955 for an additional week.
  • 1957

    Tammy - Debbie Reynolds
    • Hit number one starting August 25, 1957 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Diana" by Paul Anka.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 15, 1957 for an additional week.
    Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley
    • Hit number one starting October 20, 1957 for 6 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "You Send Me" by Sam Cooke.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 15, 1957 for an additional week.
  • 1958

    Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu) - Domenico Modugno
    • Hit number one starting August 17, 1958 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Little Star" by The Elegants.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 31, 1958 for an additional 4 weeks.
    It's Only Make Believe - Conway Twitty
    • Hit number one starting November 9, 1958 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Tom Dooley" by The Kingston Trio.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 23, 1958 for an additional week.
  • 1959

    Mack The Knife - Bobby Darin
    • Hit number one starting October 4, 1959 for 6 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Mr. Blue" by The Fleetwoods.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 22, 1959 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 1960

    Save The Last Dance For Me - The Drifters
    • Hit number one starting October 16, 1960 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I Want to Be Wanted" by Brenda Lee.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 30, 1960 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1961

    Travelin' Man - Ricky Nelson
    • Hit number one starting May 28, 1961 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Running Scared" by Roy Orbison.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 11, 1961 for an additional week.
  • 1964

    Come See About Me - The Supremes
    • Hit number one starting December 13, 1964 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I Feel Fine" by The Beatles.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 10, 1965 for an additional week.
  • 1965

    I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) - The Four Tops
    • Hit number one starting June 13, 1965 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Mr. Tambourine Man" by The Byrds.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 27, 1965 for an additional week.
    The Sounds of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel
    • Hit number one starting December 26, 1965 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "We Can Work It Out" by The Beatles.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 16, 1966 for an additional week.
  • 1966

    We Can Work It Out - The Beatles
    • Hit number one starting January 2, 1966 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "The Sounds of Silence" by Simon and Garfunkel.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 23, 1966 for an additional week.
    Paperback Writer - The Beatles
    • Hit number one starting June 19, 1966 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Strangers In The Night" by Frank Sinatra.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 3, 1966 for an additional week.
    Winchester Cathedral - New Vaudeville Band
    • Hit number one starting November 27, 1966 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Good Vibrations" by The Beach Boys.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 11, 1966 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1967

    Groovin' - The Young Rascals
    • Hit number one starting May 14, 1967 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Respect" by Aretha Franklin.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 11, 1967 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1972

    Alone Again (Naturally) - Gilbert O'Sullivan
    • Hit number one starting July 23, 1972 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" by Looking Glass.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 27, 1972 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1973

    Killing Me Softly With His Song - Roberta Flack
    • Hit number one starting February 18, 1973 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Love Train" by The O'Jays.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 25, 1973 for an additional week.
    Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye
    • Hit number one starting September 2, 1973 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Delta Dawn" by Helen Reddy.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 16, 1973 for an additional week.
  • 1974

    The Way We Were - Barbra Streisand
    • Hit number one starting January 27, 1974 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Love's Theme" by Love Unlimited Orchestra.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 10, 1974 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 1975

    Fame - David Bowie
    • Hit number one starting September 14, 1975 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I'm Sorry" by John Denver.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 28, 1975 for an additional week.
    That's The Way (I Like It) - KC and the Sunshine Band
    • Hit number one starting November 16, 1975 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Fly Robin Fly" by Silver Convention.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 14, 1975 for an additional week.
  • 1976

    Silly Love Songs - Paul McCartney and Wings
    • Hit number one starting May 16, 1976 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Love Hangover" by Diana Ross.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 6, 1976 for an additional 4 weeks.
  • 1977

    I Just Want to Be Your Everything - Andy Gibb
    • Hit number one starting July 24, 1977 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Best Of My Love" by The Emotions.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 11, 1977 for an additional week.
    Best Of My Love - The Emotions
    • Hit number one starting August 14, 1977 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "I Just Want to Be Your Everything" by Andy Gibb.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 18, 1977 for an additional week.
  • 1978

    You Don't Bring Me Flowers - Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond
    • Hit number one starting November 26, 1978 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Le Freak" by Chic.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 10, 1978 for an additional week.
    Le Freak - Chic
    • Hit number one starting December 3, 1978 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" by Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 17, 1978 for an additional 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Too Much Heaven" by The Bee Gees.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 14, 1979 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 1979

    I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor
    • Hit number one starting March 4, 1979 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Tragedy" by The Bee Gees.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 1, 1979 for an additional week.
    Hot Stuff - Donna Summer
    • Hit number one starting May 27, 1979 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Love You Inside Out" by The Bee Gees.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 10, 1979 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Escape (Pina Colada Song) - Rupert Holmes
    • Hit number one starting December 16, 1979 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Please Don't Go" by KC and the Sunshine Band.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 6, 1980 for an additional week.
  • 1981

    9 to 5 - Dolly Parton
    • Hit number one starting February 15, 1981 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "I Love a Rainy Night" by Eddie Rabbitt.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 8, 1981 for an additional week.
    Bette Davis Eyes - Kim Carnes
    • Hit number one starting May 10, 1981 for 5 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Stars On 45 Medley" by Stars On 45.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 21, 1981 for an additional 4 weeks.
  • 1982

    Abracadabra - Steve Miller Band
    • Hit number one starting August 29, 1982 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" by Chicago.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 19, 1982 for an additional week.
  • 1983

    Down Under - Men at Work
    • Hit number one starting January 9, 1983 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Africa" by Toto.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 6, 1983 for an additional week.
  • 1994

    The Sign - Ace of Base
    • Hit number one starting March 6, 1994 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Bump N' Grind" by R. Kelly.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 1, 1994 for an additional 2 weeks.
    On Bended Knee - Boyz II Men
    • Hit number one starting November 27, 1994 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Here Comes the Hotstepper" by Ini Kamoze.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 25, 1994 for an additional 4 weeks.
  • 1998

    Too Close - Next
    • Hit number one starting April 19, 1998 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "My All" by Mariah Carey.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 24, 1998 for an additional week.
    The First Night - Monica
    • Hit number one starting September 27, 1998 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "One Week" by The Barenaked Ladies.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 18, 1998 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 2000

    I Knew I Loved You - Savage Garden
    • Hit number one starting January 23, 2000 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Thank God I Found You" by Mariah Carey.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 20, 2000 for an additional week.
  • 2001

    Butterfly - Crazy Town
    • Hit number one starting March 18, 2001 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Angel" by Shaggy feat. Rayvon.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 1, 2001 for an additional week.
    Fallin' - Alicia Keys
    • Hit number one starting August 12, 2001 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "I'm Real" by Jennifer Lopez.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 23, 2001 for an additional 3 weeks.
    I'm Real - Jennifer Lopez
    • Hit number one starting September 2, 2001 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Fallin'" by Alicia Keys.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 14, 2001 for an additional 2 weeks.
    U Got It Bad - Usher
    • Hit number one starting December 9, 2001 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "How You Remind Me" by Nickelback.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 13, 2002 for an additional 5 weeks.
  • 2002

    Dilemma - Nelly feat. Kelly Rowland
    • Hit number one starting August 11, 2002 for 7 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "A Moment Like This" by Kelly Clarkson.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 13, 2002 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 2004

    Burn - Usher
    • Hit number one starting May 16, 2004 for 7 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "I Believe" by Fantasia.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 11, 2004 for an additional week.
  • 2005

    We Belong Together - Mariah Carey
    • Hit number one starting May 29, 2005 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Inside Your Heaven" by Carrie Underwood.
    • Returned to the top spot on July 3, 2005 for an additional 10 weeks.
  • 2007

    Makes Me Wonder - Maroon 5
    • Hit number one starting May 6, 2007 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin')" by T-Pain feat. Yung Joc.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 27, 2007 for an additional week.
    Crank That (Soulja Boy) - Soulja Boy
    • Hit number one starting September 9, 2007 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Stronger" by Kanye West.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 30, 2007 for an additional 5 weeks.
  • 2008

    Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis
    • Hit number one starting March 30, 2008 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Touch My Body" by Mariah Carey.
    • Returned to the top spot on April 20, 2008 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "Lollipop" by Lil Wayne feat. Static Major.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 4, 2008 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Lollipop - Lil Wayne feat. Static Major
    • Hit number one starting April 27, 2008 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 25, 2008 for an additional 4 weeks.
    Whatever You Like - T.I.
    • Hit number one starting August 31, 2008 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "So What" by Pink.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 28, 2008 for an additional 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Live Your Life" by T.I. feat. Rihanna.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 26, 2008 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Live Your Life - T.I. feat. Rihanna
    • Hit number one starting October 12, 2008 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Womanizer" by Britney Spears.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 9, 2008 for an additional 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) " by Beyonce.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 14, 2008 for an additional week.
    Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce
    • Hit number one starting December 7, 2008 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Live Your Life" by T.I. feat. Rihanna.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 21, 2008 for an additional 3 weeks.
  • 2009

    Down - Jay Sean feat. Lil Wayne
    • Hit number one starting October 11, 2009 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "3" by Britney Spears.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 25, 2009 for an additional week.
    Fireflies - Owl City
    • Hit number one starting November 1, 2009 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Whatcha Say" by Jason DeRulo.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 15, 2009 for an additional week.
  • 2010

    OMG - Usher feat. will.i.am
    • Hit number one starting May 9, 2010 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Not Afraid" by Eminem.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 23, 2010 for an additional 3 weeks.
    Like A G6 - Far East Movement feat. The Cataracs and Dev
    • Hit number one starting October 24, 2010 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "We R Who We R" by Ke$ha.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 21, 2010 for an additional week.
    Firework - Katy Perry
    • Hit number one starting December 12, 2010 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Grenade" by Bruno Mars.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 9, 2011 for an additional week.
  • 2011

    Grenade - Bruno Mars
    • Hit number one starting January 2, 2011 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Firework" by Katy Perry.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 16, 2011 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "Hold It Against Me" by Britney Spears.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 30, 2011 for an additional 2 weeks.
    E.T. - Katy Perry feat. Kanye West
    • Hit number one starting April 3, 2011 for 3 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "S&M" by Rihanna.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 1, 2011 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Moves Like Jagger - Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera
    • Hit number one starting September 4, 2011 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Someone Like You" by Adele.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 18, 2011 for an additional 3 weeks.
    Someone Like You - Adele
    • Hit number one starting September 11, 2011 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Moves Like Jagger" by Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera.
    • Returned to the top spot on October 9, 2011 for an additional 4 weeks.
    We Found Love - Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris
    • Hit number one starting November 6, 2011 for 8 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Sexy and I Know It" by LMFAO.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 15, 2012 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2012

    Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) - Kelly Clarkson
    • Hit number one starting February 12, 2012 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Part Of Me" by Katy Perry.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 4, 2012 for an additional week.
    Whistle - Flo Rida
    • Hit number one starting August 19, 2012 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" by Taylor Swift.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 9, 2012 for an additional week.
    We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together - Taylor Swift
    • Hit number one starting August 26, 2012 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Whistle" by Flo Rida.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 16, 2012 for an additional week.
  • 2013

    Thrift Shop - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis feat. Wanz
    • Hit number one starting January 27, 2013 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Harlem Shake" by Baauer.
    • Returned to the top spot on March 31, 2013 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Wrecking Ball - Miley Cyrus
    • Hit number one starting September 22, 2013 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Royals" by Lorde.
    • Returned to the top spot on December 8, 2013 for an additional week.
  • 2014

    Shake It Off - Taylor Swift
    • Hit number one starting August 31, 2014 for 2 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "All About That Bass" by Meghan Trainor.
    • Returned to the top spot on November 9, 2014 for an additional 2 weeks.
  • 2015

    See You Again - Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth
    • Hit number one starting April 19, 2015 for 6 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Bad Blood" by Taylor Swift feat. Kendrick Lamar.
    • Returned to the top spot on June 7, 2015 for an additional 6 weeks.
    Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix) - OMI
    • Hit number one starting July 19, 2015 for 4 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Can't Feel My Face" by The Weeknd.
    • Returned to the top spot on August 23, 2015 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Can't Feel My Face - The Weeknd
    • Hit number one starting August 16, 2015 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)" by OMI.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 6, 2015 for an additional week.
    • Was replaced by "What Do You Mean?" by Justin Bieber.
    • Returned to the top spot on September 20, 2015 for an additional week.
  • 2016

    Love Yourself - Justin Bieber
    • Hit number one starting February 7, 2016 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Pillowtalk" by Zayn.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 21, 2016 for an additional week.
    One Dance - Drake feat. WizKid & Kyla
    • Hit number one starting May 15, 2016 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Can't Stop The Feeling!" by Justin Timberlake.
    • Returned to the top spot on May 29, 2016 for an additional 9 weeks.
    Black Beatles - Rae Sremmurd feat. Gucci Mane
    • Hit number one starting November 20, 2016 for 6 weeks.
    • Was replaced by "Starboy" by Weeknd feat. Daft Punk.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 8, 2017 for an additional week.
  • 2017

    Bad And Boujee - Migos feat. Lil Uzi Vert
    • Hit number one starting January 15, 2017 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Shape Of You" by Ed Sheeran.
    • Returned to the top spot on January 29, 2017 for an additional 2 weeks.
    Shape Of You - Ed Sheeran
    • Hit number one starting January 22, 2017 for 1 week.
    • Was replaced by "Bad And Boujee" by Migos feat. Lil Uzi Vert.
    • Returned to the top spot on February 12, 2017 for an additional 11 weeks.

Rebound Trivia

The longest time between rebound number ones in the US was 11 years and 3 weeks (between 1983's "Down Under" by Men at Work and 1994's "The Sign" by Ace of Base).

The years 2008 and 2011 each had a record five rebound number one songs:

2008
  • Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis
  • Lollipop - Lil Wayne featuring Static Major
  • Whatever You Like - T.I.
  • Live Your Life - T.I. featuring Rihanna
  • Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce
2011
  • Grenade - Bruno Mars
  • E.T. - Katy Perry feat. Kanye West
  • Moves Like Jagger - Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera
  • Someone Like You - Adele
  • We Found Love - Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris
Harry James and Usher are the rebound kings with three rebound number ones each: In second place, these nine artists had two songs that were rebound number ones: On 12 separate occasions songs took turns replacing each other at number one: Three songs by newly crowned American Idol winners caused nonconsecutive chart runs at number one: Eight songs reached number one three times during their chart run.