24 No. 24 Billboard Hot 100 Hits for ‘24: John Legend, Billy Joel, Carrie Underwood & More

Over 250 songs have peaked at No. 24 on the Billboard Hot 100, and despite not hitting No. 1 or even the top 10, many remain memorable years or even decades later.

On the Hot 100 dated July 4, 1964, the Beach Boys celebrated Independence Day with their first No. 1, “I Get Around.” The same week, the single’s B-side, “Don’t Worry Baby,” reached its No. 24 high, and likewise is a beloved hit.

Elton John, Billy Joel and Blondie all scored classic No. 24 Hot 100 hits in the ‘70s, while studio group Wilton Place Street Band took a familiar song to No. 24 in 1977 – in disco form, naturally: “Disco Lucy (I Love Lucy Theme).”

Enya brought new age to the Hot 100 in 1989, rising to No. 24 with her breakthrough hit “Orinoco Flow (Sail Away).” With the song, she charted a course for further success, which includes her No. 10-peaking “Only Time” in 2001 and her featured turn on Mario Winans’ No. 2 hit “I Don’t Wanna Know” in 2004.

In the ‘90s, Faith Evans, Garbage and Amber all sent songs that remain in rotation on streaming and radio playlists to No. 24 on the Hot 100.

Since 2000, Mandy Moore, John Legend, Shawn Mendes, Carrie Underwood and Dan + Shay are among acts with songs that hit No. 24 on the Hot 100 and hold as key tracks in their respective catalogs.

In honor of their enduring legacies, here’s a rundown of 24 No. 24 Hot 100 hits, for 2024.

Happy New Year!

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