List of Billboard Hot 100 top 10 singles in 1994

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This is a list of singles that charted in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 during 1994.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Hot 100 top ten singles which peaked in 1994
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
Singles from 1993
December 4 "Breathe Again" Toni Braxton 3 January 22 17
"Can We Talk" Tevin Campbell 9 January 15 4
December 11 "All for Love" Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart, and Sting 1 January 22 14
December 18 "Said I Loved You...But I Lied" Michael Bolton 6 January 22 9
December 25 "What's My Name?" Snoop Doggy Dogg 8 January 1 4
Singles from 1994
January 22 "The Power of Love" Céline Dion 1 February 12 16
February 5 "The Sign" Ace of Base 1 March 12 21
February 12 "Getto Jam" Domino 7 February 12 2
"Linger" The Cranberries 8 February 12 1
"Whatta Man" Salt-n-Pepa and En Vogue 3 February 26 11
February 19 "Without You" / "Never Forget You" Mariah Carey 3 March 19 13
"Understanding" Xscape 8 February 19 2
"So Much in Love" All-4-One 5 March 12 11
February 26 "Now and Forever" Richard Marx 7 March 19 11
March 5 "Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia)" Us3 9 March 5 4
March 12 "Bump n' Grind" R. Kelly 1 April 9 12
March 19 "Gin and Juice" Snoop Doggy Dogg 8 March 26 3
"Because of Love" Janet Jackson 10 March 19 1
April 2 "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm" Crash Test Dummies 4 April 16 8
April 9 "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" Prince 3 April 30 11
"Streets of Philadelphia" Bruce Springsteen 9 April 23 3
April 30 "Return to Innocence" Enigma 4 May 7 6
"Loser" Beck 10 April 30 1
May 7 "I'll Remember" Madonna 2 May 28 10
"Baby, I Love Your Way" Big Mountain 6 May 14 9
May 14 "I Swear" All-4-One 1 May 21 18
"I'm Ready" Tevin Campbell 9 May 21 3
May 21 "You Mean the World to Me" Toni Braxton 7 May 28 8
May 28 "Back & Forth" Aaliyah 5 July 2 12
June 4 "Don't Turn Around" Ace of Base 4 June 18 15
"Regulate" Warren G featuring Nate Dogg 2 July 2 11
June 11 "Any Time, Any Place" Janet Jackson 2 June 25 11
June 25 "Stay (I Missed You)" Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories 1 August 6 16
July 2 "If You Go" Jon Secada 10 July 2 4
July 9 "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" Elton John 4 August 6 12
July 16 "Fantastic Voyage" Coolio 3 July 30 11
"Funkdafied" Da Brat 6 August 13 8
July 30 "Wild Night" John Mellencamp and Meshell Ndegeocello 3 September 3 13
August 20 "I'll Make Love to You" Boyz II Men 1 August 27 22
"When Can I See You" Babyface 4 September 10 11
August 27 "Stroke You Up" Changing Faces 3 September 17 9
September 10 "This D.J." Warren G 9 September 10 4
September 17 "Endless Love" Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey 2 October 1 9
"All I Wanna Do" Sheryl Crow 2 October 8 14
October 1 "(At Your Best) You Are Love" Aaliyah 6 October 15 6
"Never Lie" Immature 5 October 15 9
October 8 "Another Night" Real McCoy 3 November 12 23
October 15 "Secret" Madonna 3 November 5 11
October 29 "Always" Bon Jovi 4 December 10 18
"Here Comes the Hotstepper" Ini Kamoze 1 December 17 15
November 5 "I Wanna Be Down" Brandy 6 December 31 12
November 12 "Flava In Ya Ear" Craig Mack 9 November 12 2
November 19 "You Want This" Janet Jackson 8 December 24 7
November 26 "On Bended Knee" Boyz II Men 1 December 3 17

1993 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Hot 100 top ten singles in 1994 which peaked in 1993
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
June 26 "Whoomp! (There It Is)" Tag Team 2 July 31 24
October 9 "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" Meat Loaf 1 November 6 14
October 16 "All That She Wants" Ace of Base 2 November 6 18
October 30 "Again" Janet Jackson 1 December 11 15
November 6 "Gangsta Lean" DRS 4 November 20 11
November 13 "Shoop" Salt-N-Pepa 4 December 4 11
November 20 "Please Forgive Me" Bryan Adams 7 November 20 8
"Hero" Mariah Carey 1 December 25 16

1995 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Hot 100 top ten singles in 1994 which peaked in 1995
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
December 3 "Creep" TLC 1 January 28 20
December 24 "Before I Let You Go" Blackstreet 7 January 7 8
December 31 "I'm the Only One" Melissa Etheridge 8 January 21 5
"Tootsee Roll" 69 Boyz 8 January 7 3

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