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Under this direction B96 would see ratings skyrocket out of nowhere and through most of the decade would set the standard as a cutting-edge leader regarding dance acts, making it one of the rare major market, full signal commercial stations in the U. to find success with that formula during that decade.
In addition to dance music, crossover R&B and rap artists like SWV, Dr.
Before flipping to talk in 1989 due to fledgling ratings and the popularity of Top 40 radio moving away from AM signals and into FM signals, "The Big 89" WLS 890 AM (Z95's top 40 predecessor) also presented a year-end countdown from 1967 until 1986, the same year Z95 made its debut.
Every New Year's Eve, WLS AM counted down the top 89 songs, a reference to the first two numbers on its frequency "890." Currently, the Top 96 of B96 countdowns of 19 are missing.
Dre, Snoop Dogg, Coolio, TLC, Bobby Brown, Blackstreet, Brandy, 2pac, the Notorious BIG, Boyz II Men, among others also received airplay on B96 as well.
Finally, traditional pop artists like Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Madonna, Mariah Carey, and Whitney Houston were also represented.
Also, some lists meet at or exceed 96 songs total, meaning that some of the songs listed below did not actually make the final countdown.
In addition, there may also be songs that are not listed that may have made the final countdown instead.
It is still uncertain if B96 did a year-end countdown at some point during the 1980s during its mainstream, pre-rhythmic phase. The data is based on the available airchecks and airplay song lists in various radio & music trade magazines, such as Billboard, Radio & Records (R&R), and the Gavin Report. "Find Out Which Songs Made The ‘Top 96 Of 96’ & Watch Music Videos". The songs are listed in alphabetical order by artist name. go=feature_top96of2005 "Obscure songs you hear at the store." Pulse." . By 2001, B96 was largely a Hip Hop and R&B-leaning top 40 station as many of the teen pop acts of 1997-2000 began to decline in popularity. Featured artists during this period included Ludacris, Eminem, 50 Cent, Missy Elliot, Eve, Nelly, Alicia Keys, Ashanti and Justin Timberlake.