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EKTop100 2018

El Kadsreian Top 100 is a music chart originated from El Kadsre. It was first issued in March 1962 as El Kadsre Music. This name was changed in March 1998, where the name was changed to the current name. Since then, the chart has expanded into several other charts. It has 100 chart positions.

The chart airs Saturday from 12:00pm to 4:00pm on El TV Kadsre Radio 22 and Self Radio.

See also

End of year chart

At the end of every year, El Kadsre counts down its Top 100 Hits. Throughout the years, the following songs have topped the end of the year chart:

14 weeks number 1st of the Year

  • 1991: The Exponents (June-September)
  • 1994: Weezer (September-December)
  • 1996: Babylon Zoo (April-July)
  • 1999: Smash Mouth (May-August)
  • 2006: The All-American Rejects (April-July)
  • 2012: Kesha (September-December)
  • 2016: The Chainsmokers (August-November)

Artists featured

Longest-running number 1st

14 weeks

  • 1991: The Exponents - Why Does Love Do This To Me
  • 1994: Weezer - Buddy Holly
  • 1996: Babylon Zoo - Spaceman
  • 1999: Smash Mouth - All Star
  • 2006: The All-American Rejects - Move Along
  • 2012: Ke$ha - Die Young
  • 2016: The Chainsmokers - Closer

7 weeks

  • 2003: 50 Cent - In Da Club
  • 2008: Lady Gaga - Just Dance

6 weeks

  • 2004: Counting Crows - Accidentally in Love
  • 2009: Cryoshell - Bye Bye Bablyon

5 weeks

  • 2005: Madonna - Hung Up
  • 2008: Cryoshell - Gravity Hurts
  • 2009: Lady Gaga - Poker Face

4 weeks

  • 2002: Kylie Minogue - Love At First Sight
  • 2003: The Apples In Stereo - Signal in The Sky
  • 2003: Linkin Park - Numb
  • 2005: Coldplay - Speed of Sound
  • 2006: The Automatic - Monster
  • 2006: Scissor Sisters - I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
  • 2008: Cryoshell - Closer To The Truth

3 weeks

  • 2004: Maroon 5 - This Love

Most number 1st hits

  • Six60: Rise Up 2.0, Don't Forget Your Roots, Only to Be, Forever, In The Clear, Finest Wine, Special, White Lines, Purple, So High, Stay Together, Mothers Eyes, Don't Give It Up, Closer, Rolling Stone, Vibes
  • Anna Blue: So Alone, Night, Silent Scream, Angel, Every Time The Rain Comes Down, Where Do I Go?, Say Something

Former re-entry charts

2012

  • Haddaway - What is Love (no. 53) (February-June)

2013

  • Lipps Inc. - Funky Town (no. 78) (January-August)
  • Justice - D.A.N.C.E. (no. 100) (May-October)
  • Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me (no. 37) (September 2013-January 2014)

2014

  • Gershon Kingsley - Popcorn (no. 29) (February-May)
  • A-ha - Take on me (no. 55) (March-November)
  • Max Coveri - Running in The 90s (no. 97) (October 2014-April 2015)

2015

  • Hampton the Hamster - The Hampsterdane Song (no. 100) (August-December)

2016

  • Earth, Wind & Fire - Let's Groove (no. 66) (February-September)
  • Toto - Africa (no. 83) (September 2016-December 2017)
  • Michael Jackson - Billie Jean (no. 88) (November 2016-December 2017)

2017

  • The Buggles - Video Killed The Radio Star (no. 47) (January-December)
  • Bag Raiders - Shooting Stars (no. 63) (February-December)
  • Owl City - Fireflies (no. 72) (May-December)
  • Michael Jackson - Smooth Criminal (no. 29) (August-December)
  • Information Society - What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) (no. 100) (November-December)

2018

  • Avicii - Wake Me Up (no. 69) (April-June)