#Weird Al Yankovic

Not So Weird Company: 7 Other Great Artists Who Waited For A #1 Album

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It took Weird Al Yankovic FOREVER to get a #1 album. Here are some other artists who had to wait to hit the top of the Billboard charts.

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‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Is Finally No. 1 On The Billboard Charts With ‘Mandatory Fun’

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Thanks to being a viral sensation, "Weird Al" will finally claim the top spot on the Billboard charts with "Mandatory Fun."

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‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Is On The Verge Of His First Ever No. 1 Album

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'Weird Al' Yankovic's 'Mandatory Fun' is poised to become the artist's highest debut on the Billboard Hot 200, and it might even hit No. 1.


You’re Not Going To Believe How High Billy Ray Cyrus’s ‘Achy Breaky 2′ Debuted On The Hot Rap Chart

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Despite being panned by so many people, Billy Ray Cyrus's and Buck 22's 'Achy Breaky 2' debuted in a surprising spot on Billboard's Hot Rap Songs list.

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You Have The Power To Make Any Song The #1 Song In The Country

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Any song can be the number-one song in the country. Here's how.

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Lorde Knows: The 5 Youngest Solo Female Artists With Billboard #1 Hits

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With "Royals," Lorde becomes one of the youngest artists in Billboard history with a #1 hit.


How Chance The Rapper’s Free Mixtape Illegally Ended Up On The Billboard Charts


Chance the Rapper's "Acid Rap" mixtape was released for free in April. So how did it end up on the Billboard charts last month? Shadiness, that's how.


Adorable Anna Kendrick Responds To Her Billboard Success In The Most Adorable Way Possible

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"How I feel about having a song in the billboard top ten for five weeks. #ItDefiesLogic"


We’re Number One? The 10 Most Unlikely Songs To Top The Billboard Hot 100

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A collection of unlikely #1 songs on the Billboard Hot 100, including a disco version of the "Star Wars" theme.


Billboard Will Start Incorporating YouTube Plays Into Its Charting Formula

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For as long as I can remember, if a song "went to number one on the charts" it was because Billboard said it was number one, based on a formula that relied heavily on radio plays and record sales. But that's finally about to change.

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