List of Romanian Top 100 number ones of the 2000s

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The official logo of the Romanian Top 100 in a 2010 edition of the chart.[1]

The Romanian Top 100 was an airplay–based and the national singles chart of Romania until 2012.[2] Found in 1996, it was a ranking based on the compilation of charts submitted by local Romanian radio stations,[3][4] the Romanian Top 100 was published weekly and was also announced during a radio show starting with 1998.[5] Compilance was first handled by Body M Production A-V, followed by Media Forest and Nielsen.[4][6][7]

During the 2000s, over 110 singles reached the number-one position on the chart, over this period, Australian singer Kylie Minogue, Spanish performer Enrique Iglesias and American recording artist Madonna were the most successful artists at reaching the top spot, with six number-one singles each. American group The Black Eyed Peas' song "Shut Up" spent 10 weeks at number one in 2004, marking the longest spell at the top of the charts, the first registered number one of the decade, "Hide U" by Kosheen, was a holdover from the end of 2001. Moldavian performer Dan Bălan's "Chica Bomb" was the final number one of the decade in 2009.

Chart[edit]

Key

 *  – Number-one single of the year[8][A][B]
 †  – Song of Romanian origin[C]

2000[edit]

American singer Madonna topped the charts in 2001 with both "American Pie" and "Music".[12]
Artist(s) Title Date Weeks at
number one
3rei Sud Est "Amintirile"† Unknown[D] Unknown[D]
"Te aștept să vii"†
All Saints "Pure Shores"
ATB "The Summer"
A Touch of Class "Around the World (La La La La La)"
Backstreet Boys "Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely"
Bob Marley & The Wailers "Turn Your Lights Down Low"
Bon Jovi "It's My Life"
Bomfunk MC's "Freestyler"*
Britney Spears "Oops!... I Did It Again"
Enrique Iglesias "Rhythm Divine"
Holograf "Să nu-mi iei niciodată dragostea"†
Madonna "American Pie"
"Music"
Modern Talking "No Face, No Name, No Number"
Modjo "Lady (Hear Me Tonight)"
Sash! "Adelante"
Savage Garden "I Knew I Loved You"
Sonique "It Feels So Good"
"Sky"
Vengaboys "Shalala Lala"
Whitney Houston "I Learned from the Best"

2001[edit]

"Can't Get You Out of My Head" by Australian singer Kylie Minogue (pictured) was the most-played song by Romanian radio stations in 2001.[13]
Artist(s) Title Date Weeks at
number one
3rei Sud Est "Te voi pierde"† Unknown[E] Unknown[E]
Animal X "Fără tine"†
"Pentru ea"†
Backstreet Boys "The Call"
Britney Spears "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know
Crazy Town "Butterfly"
Dario G "Dream to Me
Eminem "Stan"
Gigi D'Agostino "L'amour toujours (I'll Fly with You)"
Jennifer Lopez "Love Don't Cost a Thing"
Kylie Minogue "Can't Get You Out Of My Head"*
LeeAnn Rimes "Can't Fight the Moonlight"
Michael Jackson "You Rock My World"
N&D "Nu e vina mea"†
Nelly Furtado "Turn Off the Light"
Sonique "I Put a Spell on You"
Ricky Martin
and Christina Aguilera
"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely"
Roger Sanchez "Another Chance"
Voltaj "3D"†
"20"†
Kosheen "Hide U" 2[14]
Enrique Iglesias "Hero" 17 December 2001 4[15]

2002[edit]

Behind Spanish family pop group Las Ketchup's "Aserejé",[16] "Nas Ne Dogonyat" by Russian duo t.A.T.u. (pictured) was the most-successful number one song in 2002, topping the Romanian Top 100 for seven weeks.[17]
Artist(s) Title Date Weeks at
number one
Animal X "Să pot ierta"† 28 January 2002 3[18]
Pink "Get the Party Started" 18 February 2002 6[19]
Kylie Minogue "In Your Eyes" 1 April 2002 3[20]
Hi-Q "Tu eşti dragostea mea"† 22 April 2002 5[21]
Voltaj "Tu"† 27 May 2002 6[22]
Simplu "Oare știi?"† 8 July 2002 2[23]
t.A.T.u. "Nas Ne Dogonyat" 22 July 2002 7[17]
Celine Dion "I'm Alive" 10 September 2002 3[24]
Las Ketchup "Aserejé" 30 September 2002 9[16]
Madonna "Die Another Day" 2 December 2002 2[25]
Shakira "Objection (Tango)" 16 December 2002 2[26]

2003[edit]

After "Luna mi-a zâmbit" by Romanian band Class,[27] American rapper Busta Rhymes and American singer Mariah Carey's (pictured) "I Know What You Want" was the most-successful number one song of 2003 in Romania.[28][29]
Artist(s) Title Date Weeks at
number one
Shania Twain "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!" 20 January 2003 1[30]
Robbie Williams "Feel" 27 January 2003 2[31]
O-Zone "Despre Tine" 10 February 2003 3[32]
Robbie Williams "Feel" 3 March 2003 3[33]
Enrique Iglesias "Maybe" 24 March 2003 2[34]
Las Ketchup "Kusha Las Payas" 7 April 2003 2[35]
Christina Aguilera "Beautiful" 21 April 2003 1[36]
Los Caños "Nina Piensa de ti" 28 April 2003 2[37]
Class "Luna mi-a zâmbit"† 12 May 2003 6[27]
Hi-Q "Dor de tine, dor de noi"† 23 June 2003 4[38]
Ricky Martin "Jaleo" 21 July 2003 1[39]
Craig David feat. Sting "Rise & Fall " 28 July 2003 1[40]
Ricky Martin "Jaleo" 4 August 2003 1[41]
Craig David feat. Sting "Rise & Fall" 11 August 2003 3[42]
O-Zone "Dragostea Din Tei" 1 September 2003 3[43]
Busta Rhymes feat. Mariah Carey "I Know What You Want" 29 September 2003 4[28]
Nicola "Dincolo de noapte e zi"† 27 October 2003 1[44]
Busta Rhymes feat. Mariah Carey "I Know What You Want" 3 November 2003 1[29]
Outlandish "Aicha" 10 November 2003 3[45]
Dina Vass "The Love I Have"† 1 December 2003 3[46]

2004[edit]

American group The Black Eyed Peas (pictured) scored two number ones in 2004.[47][48] "Shut Up" spent ten weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[48]
Artist(s) Title Date Weeks at
number one
The Black Eyed Peas "Where Is the Love?" 5 January 2004 1[47]
Kylie Minogue "Slow" 12 January 2004 3[49]
Blu Cantrell feat. Sean Paul "Breathe" 2 February 2004 1[50]
3rei Sud Est "Clipe"† 9 February 2004 1[51]
The Black Eyed Peas "Shut Up" 16 February 2004 10[48]
Class "Pentru dragoste"† 26 April 2004 2[52]
Kylie Minogue "Red Blooded Woman" 10 May 2004 1[53]
Schiller with Heppner "Leben… I Feel You" 17 May 2004 1[54]
Kylie Minogue "Red Blooded Woman" 24 May 2004 1[55]
Schiller with Heppner "Leben... I Feel You" 31 May 2004 2[56]
Nino D'Angelo "Senza Giaca e Cravata" 14 June 2004 4[57]
Activ "Doar cu tine"† 12 July 2004 9[58]
Kelis "Trick Me" 13 September 2004 6[59]
Voltaj "Şi ce?"† 25 October 2004 8[60]

2005[edit]

Romanian band Activ (pictured) has topped the Romanian Top 100 for eight weeks with their single "Visez".[61]
Artist(s) Title[F] Date Weeks at
number one
Activ "Visez"† 10 January 2005 8[61]
Kylie Minogue "I Believe in You" 7 March 2005 5[62]
Uniting Nations "Out of Touch"* 11 April 2005 3[63]
Voltaj "Povestea oricui"† 2 May 2005 Unknown[G]
Morandi "Beijo Uh La La"† 20 June 2005 Unknown[H]
Shakira feat. Alejandro Sanz "La Tortura" 29 August 2005 Unknown[I]
Fly Project "Raisa"† Unknown[J] Unknown[K]

2006[edit]

Colombian singer Shakira (pictured) and Haitan American rapper Wyclef Jean's "Hips Don't Lie" was ranked at number one on Romanian Top 100's year-end chart in 2006.[68]
Artist(s) Title[F] Date Weeks at
number one
Madonna "Hung Up" Unknown[L] Unknown[M]
Akcent "Jokero"† Unknown[N] Unknown[O]
Madonna "Sorry" Unknown[P] Unknown[Q]
Morandi "Falling Asleep"† Unknown[R] Unknown[S]
Shakira feat. Wyclef Jean "Hips Don't Lie"* Unknown[T] Unknown[U]
Bob Sinclar "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" Unknown[V] Unknown[W]
Cleopatra Stratan "Ghiţă"† Unknown[X] Unknown[Y]
Reamonn "Tonight" Unknown[Z] Unknown[AA]

2007[edit]

Portuguese–Canadian performer Nelly Furtado's (pictured) "Say It Right" was the most-successful song of 2007 in Romania.[77]
Artist(s) Title[F] Date Weeks at
number one
Shakira feat. Carlos Santana "Illegal" Unknown[AB] 3[78]
Akon feat. Eminem "Smack That" Unknown[AC] Unknown[AD]
Shakira feat. Carlos Santana "Illegal" Unknown[AE] 2[80]
Pussycat Dolls feat. Timbaland "Wait a Minute" Unknown[AF] 1[81]
Nelly Furtado "Say It Right"* Unknown[AG] Unknown[AH]
Justin Timberlake "What Goes Around...Comes Around" Unknown[AI] 1[83]
Akon "Don't Matter" Unknown[AJ] Unknown[AK]
Enrique Iglesias "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" Unknown[AL] Unknown[AM]
Fergie "Big Girls Don't Cry" Unknown[AN] Unknown[AO]
Mika "Relax, Take It Easy" Unknown[AP] 1[87]
Fergie "Big Girls Don't Cry" Unknown[AQ] Unknown[AR]
Yves Larock "Rise Up" Unknown[AS] Unknown[AT]
Mika "Relax, Take It Easy" Unknown[AU] 1[90]
Enrique Iglesias "Tired of Being Sorry" Unknown[AV] 1[91]
Yves Larock "Rise Up" Unknown[AW] Unknown[AX]
Crazy Loop "Mm-ma-ma" Unknown[AY] Unknown[AZ]

2008[edit]

Romanian singer Inna (pictured) scored her first number one on the Romanian Top 100 with "Hot".[94]
Artist(s) Title[F] Date Weeks at
number one
Kylie Minogue "In My Arms" Unknown[BA] Unknown[BB]
Tom Boxer feat. Anca Parghel & Fly Project "Brasil"† Unknown[BC] Unknown[BD]
Madonna feat. Justin Timberlake & Timbaland "4 Minutes" Unknown[BE] Unknown[BF]
Inna "Hot"† Unknown[BG] Unknown[BH]
Morandi "Angels (Love Is the Answer)"† Unknown[BI] Unknown[BJ]

2009[edit]

American singer Katy Perry's (pictured) "Hot n Cold" topped Romanian Top 100's year-end chart in 2009.[99]
Artist(s) Title[F] Date Weeks at
number one
Katy Perry "Hot n Cold"* 19 January 2009 Unknown[BK]
Pussycat Dolls "I Hate This Part" 1 March 2009 Unknown[BL]
Elena Gheorghe "The Balkan Girls"† 6 April 2009 Unknown[BM]
Oceana "Cry Cry" 20 April 2009 Unknown[BN]
Enrique Iglesias feat. Ciara "Takin' Back My Love" Unknown[BO] Unknown[BP]
David Deejay feat. Dony "So Bizarre"† 27 July 2009 2[105]
Neylini "Muleina"† 10 August 2009 2[106]
David Deejay feat. Dony "So Bizarre"† 24 August 2009 1[107]
David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland "When Love Takes Over" 31 August 2009 1[108]
Pitbull "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" 7 September 2009 4[109]
Inna "Amazing"† 5 October 2009 3[110]
The Black Eyed Peas "I Gotta Feeling" 26 October 2009 8[111]
Dan Bălan "Chica Bomb"† 21 December 2009 2[112]

By artist[edit]

Minogue scored six number one singles on the chart, making her the most-successful artist in the decade, in a tie with Enrique Iglesias and Madonna.[95]
Artist[BQ] Number-one
singles
Enrique Iglesias 6
Kylie Minogue 6
Madonna 6
Voltaj 5
3rei Sud Est 4
Shakira 4
Animal X 3
Morandi 3
The Black Eyed Peas 3

By song[edit]

Key

 †  – Song of Romanian origin[C]
Romanian band Voltaj (pictured) had three number one songs that topped the Romanian Top 100 for five or more weeks.
Artist(s) Title Weeks at
number one[BR]
The Black Eyed Peas "Shut Up" 10
Las Ketchup "Aserejé" 9
Activ "Doar cu tine"† 9
The Black Eyed Peas "I Gotta Feeling" 8
Voltaj "Și ce?"† 8
Activ "Visez"† 8
t.A.T.u. "Nas Ne Dogonyat" 7
Pink "Get the Party Started" 6
Class "Luna mi-a zâmbit"† 6
Voltaj "Povestea oricui"† Unknown[G]
Kelis "Trick Me" 6
Voltaj "Tu"† 6
Madonna "Hung Up" Unknown[M]
Kylie Minogue "I Believe in You" 5
Hi-Q "Tu ești dragostea mea"† 5

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The year-end charts of 2002 and 20004 are unknown due to the lack of archives of the chart.
  2. ^ In the 2003 year-end chart of the Romanian Top 100, "In da Club" by American rapper 50 Cent was listed as the most-played single of the year, but failed to reach number one on the weekly charts.[9] A similar case was in 2008 when Lexter's "Freedom to Love" was anounced as the number one of the year-end chart of that year, but it is unknown wheter or not he topped the weekly Romanian Top 100 due to the lack of archives of the chart.[10]
  3. ^ a b After Media Forest began publishing their weekly charts in June 2009, they determined whether or not a song was of Romanian origin.[11]
  4. ^ a b Although there are no weekly chart archives of 2000, it is known from the data provided by the year-end chart that the singles listed below have reached number one on the Romanian Top 100.[12]
  5. ^ a b Although there are no weekly chart archives of 2001 except from the last six weeks of the year, it is known from the data provided by the year-end chart that the singles listed below have reached number one on the Romanian Top 100.[13]
  6. ^ a b c d e It is likely that some number ones were omitted from the list due to the lack of archives of the chart.
  7. ^ a b "Povestea oricui" has spent at least six weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[64]
  8. ^ "Beijo Uh La La" has spent at least three weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[65]
  9. ^ "La Tortura" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[66]
  10. ^ It is unknown when "Raisa" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  11. ^ "Raisa" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[67]
  12. ^ It is unknown when "Hung Up" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  13. ^ a b "Hung Up" has spent at least five weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[69]
  14. ^ It is unknown when "Jokero" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  15. ^ "Jokero" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[70]
  16. ^ It is unknown when "Sorry" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  17. ^ "Sorry" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[71]
  18. ^ It is unknown when "Falling Asleep" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  19. ^ "Falling Asleep" has spent at least three weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[72]
  20. ^ It is unknown when "Hips Don't Lie" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  21. ^ "Hips Don't Lie" has spent at least three weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[73]
  22. ^ It is unknown when "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  23. ^ "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[74]
  24. ^ It is unknown when "Ghiţă" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  25. ^ "Ghiţă" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[75]
  26. ^ It is unknown when "Tonight" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  27. ^ "Tonight" has spent at least four weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[76]
  28. ^ It is unknown when "Illegal" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  29. ^ It is unknown when "Smack That" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  30. ^ "Smack That" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[79]
  31. ^ It is unknown on which date "Illegal" topped the Romanian Top 100 for a second time.
  32. ^ It is unknown when "Wait a Minute" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  33. ^ It is unknown when "Say It Right" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  34. ^ "Say It Right" has spent at least four weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[82]
  35. ^ It is unknown when "What Goes Around...Comes Around" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  36. ^ It is unknown when "Don't Matter" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  37. ^ "Don't Matter" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[84]
  38. ^ It is unknown when "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  39. ^ "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[85]
  40. ^ It is unknown when "Big Girls Don't Cry" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  41. ^ "Big Girls Don't Cry" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[86]
  42. ^ It is unknown when "Relax, Take It Easy" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  43. ^ It is unknown on which date "Big Girls Don't Cry" topped the Romanian Top 100 for a second time.
  44. ^ "Big Girls Don't Cry" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100 on its second time topping the chart.[88]
  45. ^ It is unknown when "Rise Up" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  46. ^ "Rise Up" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[89]
  47. ^ It is unknown on which date "Relax, Take It Easy" topped the Romanian Top 100 for a second time.
  48. ^ It is unknown when "Tired of Being Sorry" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  49. ^ It is unknown on which date "Rise Up" topped the Romanian Top 100 for a second time.
  50. ^ "Rise Up" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100 on its second time topping the chart.[92]
  51. ^ It is unknown on which date "Mm-ma-ma" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  52. ^ "Mm-ma-ma" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[93]
  53. ^ It is unknown when "In My Arms" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  54. ^ "In My Arms" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[95]
  55. ^ It is unknown when "Brasil" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  56. ^ "Brasil" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[96]
  57. ^ It is unknown when "4 Minutes" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  58. ^ "4 Minutes" has spent at least three weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[97]
  59. ^ It is unknown when "Hot" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  60. ^ "Hot" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[94]
  61. ^ It is unknown when "Angels (Love Is the Answer)" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  62. ^ "Hot" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[98]
  63. ^ "Hot n Cold" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[100]
  64. ^ "I Hate This Part" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[101]
  65. ^ "The Balkan Girls" has spent at least one week atop the Romanian Top 100.[102]
  66. ^ "Cry Cry" has spent at least two weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[103]
  67. ^ It is unknown when "Takin' Back My Love" first topped the Romanian Top 100.
  68. ^ "Takin' Back My Love" has spent at least three weeks atop the Romanian Top 100.[104]
  69. ^ It is possible that some artist scored more number-ones due to the lack of archives of the chart.
  70. ^ It is possible that some songs spent more weeks at the top spot due to the lack of archives of the chart.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Kiss FM | Romanian Top 100" (in Romanian). Kiss FM. Archived from the original on 15 June 2013. Retrieved 10 July 2017. 
  3. ^ "Romanian Top 100 – Istoric" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 7 February 2005. Retrieved 10 July 2017. 
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  9. ^ "Topul anului 2003" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 19 March 2005. Retrieved 18 July 2017. 
  10. ^ "Topul anului 2008" (in Romanian). Cotidianul. Archived from the original on 13 February 2009. Retrieved 18 July 2017. 
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  13. ^ a b "Top of the Year 2001" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 9 December 2002. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
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  15. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Hero" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  16. ^ a b Citations regarding the weeks "Asereje" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  17. ^ a b Citations regarding the weeks "Nas Ne Dogonyat" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  18. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Să pot ierta" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  19. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Get the Party Started" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  20. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "In Your Eyes" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  21. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Tu ești dragostea mea" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  22. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Tu" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  23. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Oare știi?" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  24. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "I'm Alive" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  25. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Die Another Day" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  26. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Objection" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  27. ^ a b Citations regarding the weeks "Luna mi-a zâmbit" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  28. ^ a b Citations regarding the weeks "I Know What You Want" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  29. ^ a b "Ediția 42, săptămâna 03.11 – 09.11, 2003" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  30. ^ "Ediția 2, săptămâna 20.01 – 26.01, 2003" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  31. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Feel" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  32. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Despre Tine" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  33. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Feel" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  34. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Maybe" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  35. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Kusha Las Payas" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  36. ^ "Ediția 15, săptămâna 21.04 – 27.04, 2003" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  37. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Nina Piensa de ti" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  38. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Dor de tine, dor de noi" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  39. ^ "Ediția 28, săptămâna 21.07 – 27.07, 2003" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  40. ^ "Ediția 29, săptămâna 28.07 – 03.08, 2003" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  41. ^ "Ediția 30, săptămâna 04.08 – 10.08, 2003" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  42. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Rise & Fall" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  43. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Dragostea Din Tei" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  44. ^ "Ediția 41, săptămâna 27.10 – 02.11, 2003" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  45. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Aicha" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  46. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "The Love I Have" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  47. ^ a b "Ediția 1, săptămâna 05.01 – 11.01, 2004" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  48. ^ a b c Citations regarding the weeks "Shut Up" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  49. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Slow" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  50. ^ "Ediția 5, săptămâna 02.02 – 08.02, 2004" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  51. ^ "Ediția 6, săptămâna 09.02 – 15.02, 2004" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  52. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Pentru dragoste" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  53. ^ "Ediția 19, săptămâna 10.05 – 16.05, 2004" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  54. ^ "Ediția 20, săptămâna 17.05 – 23.05, 2004" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  55. ^ "Ediția 21, săptămâna 24.05 – 30.05, 2004" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 14 May 2005. Retrieved 11 July 2017. 
  56. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Leben... I Feel You! topped the Romanian Top 100:
  57. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Senza Giaca e Cravata" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  58. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Doar cu tine" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  59. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Trick Me" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  60. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Și ce?" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  61. ^ a b Citations regarding the weeks "Visez" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  62. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "I Believe in You" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  63. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Out of Touch" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  64. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Povestea oricui" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  65. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Beijo Uh La La" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  66. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "La Tortura" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  67. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Raisa" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  68. ^ "Topul anului 2006" (in Romanian). Romanian Top 100. Archived from the original on 12 February 2007. Retrieved 18 July 2017. 
  69. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Hung Up" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  70. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Jokero" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  71. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Sorry" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  72. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Falling Asleep" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  73. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Hips Don't Lie" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  74. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  76. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Tonight" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  78. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Illegal" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  80. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Illegal" topped the Romanian Top 100 for a second time:
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  82. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Say It Right" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  85. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  86. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Big Girls Don't Cry" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  88. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Big Girls Don't Cry" topped the Romanian Top 100 for a second time:
  89. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Rise Up" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  93. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Mm-ma-ma" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  97. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "4 Mintes" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  99. ^ "Topul anului 2009" (in Romanian). Telegraf. Archived from the original on 11 February 2010. Retrieved 18 July 2017. 
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  101. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "I Hate This Part" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  102. ^ "Cele mai ascultate hituri". Romanian Top 100 (in Romanian). Cotidianul. 16 April 2009. Archived from the original on 3 December 2009. Retrieved 15 July 2017. 
  103. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Cry Cry" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  104. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Takin' Back My Love" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  105. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "So Bizarre" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  106. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Muleina" topped the Romanian Top 100:
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  109. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  110. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Amazing" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  111. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "I Gotta Feeling" topped the Romanian Top 100:
  112. ^ Citations regarding the weeks "Chica Bomb" topped the Romanian Top 100: