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El Kadsreian Top 100 is a music chart that originated from El Kadsre, organized by Official El Kadsre Charts. It was first issued in March 1962 as El Kadsre Music. This name was changed in March 1998, where the name was changed to the current name. Since then, the chart has expanded into several other charts. It has 100 chart positions.

Radio show

The official music chart program airs Saturday from 12:00pm to 4:00pm on Self Radio, EK-Wave and Radio Elizabeth.

Sponsors

  • Official El Kadsre Charts
  • Panasonic (1981-2009)
  • Clear Communications (1992-2019)
  • Technic (2009-2014)
  • ANZ (2014-2020)
  • Vodafone (2019-present)
  • Samsung (2020-present)


Artist milestones

Most number-one international singles

  • Ed Sheeran - Shape of You (2017)
  • The All-American Rejects - Move Along (2006)
  • Elton John - Candle In The Wind 1997 (1997)
  • The Beatles - All You Need Is Love (1967)
  • The Beatles - Help! (1965)
  • Devo - Jocko Homo (1977)

Segments





Awards

This was started up in November 1991 as a reward for most outstanding songs in under the name El Kadsreian Top 100 Awards, and individual performers.

1991

  • They Might Be Giants (best character)
  • Michael Jackson - Black or White (best song) - #1 end of year chart
  • Great White - Desert Moon (best amazing song)
  • Metallica - Unforgiven (best ballad) - #2 end of year chart
  • C+C Music Factory (best group)
  • Nirvana (best new group)

1992

  • The Mutton Birds - Nature (best song)
  • Mariah Carey (best female artist)
  • Crowded House (best group)
  • En Vogue (best new group)
  • Dreams Come True (best character)

1994

  • Weezer - Buddy Holly (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Michelle B (best new female artist)
  • Weezer (best new group)
  • Wet Wet Wet - Love Is All Around (best amazing song) - #2 of end-of-year chart

1995

  • Take That - Back for Good (best song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Take That (best group)
  • Diana King (best new female artist)
  • Scatman John (best new male artist)
  • Diana King - Shy Guy (best amazing song) - #1 of end-of-year chart

1996

  • Babylon Zoo - Spaceman (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Babylon Zoo (best group)
  • Boyzone (best character)
  • Eric Clapton - Change The World (best amazing song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • The Beatles (lifetime achievement award)

1997

  • Elton John - Candle in The Wind 1997 (best emotion song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Puff Daddy (best male artist)
  • Michelle B (best female artist)
  • Jamiroquai / Great Big Sea (tie for best group)
  • Spice Girls (best character)
  • Samuel Parker (best producer)
  • The Chemical Brothers (best character)
  • Hanson (best new group)
  • Savage Garden (best new character)
  • Puff Daddy feat. Faith Evans and 112 - I'll Be Missing You (best song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Hanson - MMMBop (best hilarious song) - #3 of end-of-year chart
  • Elton John (lifetime achievement award)

1998

  • Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go On (best emotion song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Eric Clapton (best male artist)
  • Liza (best female artist)
  • Oasis (best group)
  • Chumbawamba (best character)
  • Babyface (best producer)
  • Cartoons - Witch Doctor (best hilarious song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Robbie Williams (best new male artist)
  • Natatlie Imbruglia (best new female artist)
  • Soul Coughing (best new group)
  • Five / Cartoons (tie for best new character)
  • Toby Aarbakke (best new producer)
  • Aerosmith - I Don't Want To Miss A Thing (best song) - #3 of end-of-year chart
  • Kraftwerk (lifetime achievement award)

1999

  • Lou Bega - Mambo No. 5 (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Britney Spears (best female artist)
  • TLC (best group)
  • Ricky Martin (best character)
  • Max Martin (best producer)
  • Lou Bega (best new male artist)
  • Hikaru Utada (best new female artist)
  • S Club 7 (best new character)
  • Screaming Yellow Players (best new group)
  • Eiffel 65 - Blue (best hilarious song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Backstreet Boys - I Want It That Way (best amazing song) - #3 of end-of-year chart
  • The Cars (lifetime achievement award)

2000

  • Bob the Builder - Can We Fix It? (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Madonna (best female artist)
  • Greg Johnson (best male artist)
  • Westlife (best group)
  • Anastacia - I'm Outta Love (best amazing song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Slipknot (best new group)
  • All Saints (best character)
  • Bob the Builder (best new character)
  • Ayumi Hamasaki (best new female artist)
  • Madonna - American Pie (best inspiring song) - #3 of end-of-year chart
  • Journey (lifetime achievement award)

2001

  • Kylie Minogue - Can't Get You Out of My Head (best song)
  • Kylie Minogue (best female artist)
  • Robbie Williams (best male artist)
  • The Corrs (best group)
  • Rob Oaks (best new male artist)
  • Blue (best character)
  • Night Ranger (lifetime achievement award)

2002

  • Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat - Do the Siamese (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Madonna (best female artist)
  • Eminem (best male artist)
  • CD-ROM (best group)
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers (best character)
  • Andrew W.K. (best new male artist)
  • Vanessa Carlton (best new female artist)
  • Goodshirt (best new group)
  • Sugababes (best new character)
  • Las Ketchup - The Ketchup Song (best hilarious song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Vanessa Carlton - A Thousand Miles (best inspiring song) - #3 of end-of-year chart
  • Roxette (lifetime achievement award)

2003

  • Beyonce ft. Jay-Z - Crazy In Love (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Momoko Yamamoto (best female artist)
  • Rudie Fire (best male artist)
  • U2 (best group)
  • CD-ROM (best character)
  • Daniel Bedingfield (best new male artist)
  • Avril Lavinge (best new female artist)
  • MercyMe (best new group)
  • t.A.T.u. - All the Things She Said (best amazing song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • MercyMe - I Can Only Imagine (best inspiring song) - #3 of end-of-year chart

2004

  • Scribe - Not Many (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Alicia Keys (best female artist)
  • Scribe (best male artist)
  • Sugababes (best character)
  • Orange Range (best group)
  • Fatboy Silm (best producer)
  • Scissor Sisters (best new character)
  • Evermore (best new group)
  • Eamon - Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back) (best hilarious song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Vanessa Carlton - White Houses (best amazing song) - #3 of end-of-year chart

2005

  • Daniel Powter - Bad Day (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Madonna (best female artist)
  • Peter Johnson (best male artist)
  • Gorillaz (best character)
  • Sarah Connor (best new female artist)
  • Def Tech (best new male artist)
  • Crazy Frog (best new character)
  • Lemon Demon (best new group)
  • Madonna - Hung Up (best amazing song) - #2 of end-of-year chart

2006

  • The All-American Rejects - Move Along (best song)
  • Brooke Fraser (best female artist)
  • The Veronicas (best character)
  • The Automatic (best group)
  • Nelly Furtado (best new female artist)
  • The All-American Rejects (best new character)
  • Monkey Majik (best new group)

2007

  • Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Beyonce (best female artist)
  • Ryu Judoku (best male artist)
  • Silverchair (best character)
  • Exile (best group)
  • MIKA (best new male artist)
  • Daughtry (best new character)
  • Cryoshell (best new group)
  • Daughtry - Crashed (best new rock song) - #2 of end-of-year chart

2008

  • Lady Gaga - Just Dance (best song)
  • Michelle B (best female artist)
  • Barry Berlin (best male artist)
  • Cryoshell (best group)
  • The Veronicas (best character)
  • Lady Gaga (best new female artist)
  • P-Money (best new male artist)
  • 12-1-1969 (best new group)
  • DJ Mr. Blobby (best new character)

2009

  • Cryoshell - Bye Bye Babylon (best song)
  • Utada Hikaru (best female artist)
  • Cryoshell (best group)
  • Dane Rumble (best new male artist)
  • Perfume (best new character)
  • Tally Hall (best new group)
  • The All-American Rejects - Move Along (best decades song of 2000s at number 1st)
  • Kylie Minogue - Can't Get You Out of My Head (best decades song of 2000s at number 2nd)

2010

  • J. Williams ft. Scribe - You Got Me (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Brooke Fraser (best female artist)
  • Motohiro Hata (best male artist)
  • EXILE (best group)
  • Arashi (best character)
  • J. Williams (best new male artist)
  • Kesha (best new female artist)
  • Far East Movement (best new group)
  • Kesha - "Tik Tok" (best hilarious song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Kylie Minogue (lifetime achievement award)

2011

  • 4 Big Bands (best new group)
  • Jean-Michel Jarre (lifetime achievement award)

2016

  • The Chainsmokers - Closer (best song)
  • Jordan Sweeto (best male artist)
  • Anna Blue (best female artist)
  • The Chainsmokers (best character)
  • TLC (lifetime achievement award)

2017

  • Ed Sheeran - Shape of You (best song)
  • Ed Sheeran (best male artist)
  • Kana Nishino (best female artist)
  • 4 Big Bands (best group)
  • Pentatonix (best character)
  • Cryoshell (lifetime achievement award)

2018

  • Ed Sheeran - Perfect (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Ariana Grande (best female artist)
  • Six60 (best group)
  • TWICE (best character)
  • K/DA (best new group)
  • BTS (best new character)
  • Metallica - Atlas, Rise! (best heavy metal song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Jamiroquai (lifetime achievement award)

2019

  • The Triplets - Dancing in The Clouds (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Nigel Reeve (best new male artist)
  • The Triplets (best new character)
  • Backstreet Boys (lifetime achievement award)
  • Ed Sheeran - Shape of You (best decades song of 2010s at number 1st)
  • Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello - Senorita (best amazing song) - #2 of end-of-year chart

2020

El Kadsreian Top 100 Awards was held virtually in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (best song) - #1 of end-of-year chart
  • Tones and I - Dance Monkey (best amazing song) - #2 of end-of-year chart
  • Billy Joel (lifetime achievement award)

See also

End of year chart

At the end of every year, El Kadsre counts down its Top 100 Hits. Throughout the years, the following songs have topped the end of the year number 1 chart.

  • 1962: Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales
  • 1963: Elvis Presley - Devil in Disguise
  • 1964: The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand
  • 1965: The Beatles - Help!
  • 1966: The Beatles - Yellow Submarine
  • 1967: The Beatles - All You Need Is love
  • 1968: The Beatles - Hey Jude
  • 1969: The Beatles - Come Together
  • 1974: Pilot - Magic
  • 1975: Steely Dan - Black Friday
  • 1976: ABBA - Dancing Queen
  • 1978: Devo - Jocko Homo
  • 1979: The Cars - Just What I Needed
  • 1982: Devo - That's Good
  • 1984: The Cars - Magic
  • 1985: USA for Africa - We Are The World
  • 1990: Cocteau Twins - Heaven or Las Vegas
  • 1992: En Vogue - Free Your Mind
  • 1997: Elton John - Candle in The Wind 1997
  • 1998: Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go On
  • 1999: Lou Bega - Mambo No. 5
  • 2000: Bob the Builder - Can We Fix It?
  • 2001: Kylie Minogue - Can't Get You Out of My Head
  • 2002: Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat - Do the Siamese
  • 2003: Beyonce ft. Jay-Z - Crazy In Love
  • 2004: Scribe - Not Many
  • 2005: Daniel Powter - Bad Day
  • 2006: The All-American Rejects - Move Along
  • 2007: Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love
  • 2008: Lady Gaga - Just Dance
  • 2009: Cryoshell - Bye Bye Babylon
  • 2010: J. Williams ft. Scribe - You Got Me
  • 2011: Foster the People - Pumped Up Kicks
  • 2012: Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe
  • 2013: Daft Punk ft. Pharell Williams - Get Lucky
  • 2014: Pharell Williams - Happy
  • 2016: The Chainsmokers - Closer
  • 2017: Ed Sheeran - Shape of You
  • 2018: Ed Sheeran - Perfect
  • 2019: The Triplets - Dancing in The Clouds
  • 2020: The Weeknd - Blinding Lights

Following the pages

All-time charts

The all-time charts selling in the El Kadsreian Top 100 is number 1st for "Shape of You" by Ed Sheeran. Since February 2017, the single has sold over 4.92 million copies in the El Kadsre. Former all-time chart number 1st for "Move Along" by The All-American Rejects released by April 2006 for until January 2017, the number 2 still since Feburary 2017, the single has sold over 4.78 million copies in the El Kadsre.

Decade-end charts

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