Charts

Here you will find Rihanna’s singles charts information from over 40 music charts – mostly from the United States, Canada, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

Pon De Replay” has been listed for 325 weeks in 18 different charts. Its first appearance was week 23/2005 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 24/2006 in the Swiss Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 1, on the New Zealand Top 40. Its highest entry was number 2 in the Ireland Singles Top 50 and UK Singles Top 75.

  • #1 – New Zealand (1 week)
  • #2 – US, UK, Ireland
  • #3 – Norway, Switzerland
  • #4 – Denmark
  • #5 – Austria, Belgium, Sweden
  • #6 – Australia, Germany
  • #8 – Finland
  • #Top 20 – Italy, France, Spain, Netherlands
  • #United World Chart – #4 (3 weeks)

If It’s Lovin’ That You Want” has been listed for 128 weeks in 12 different charts. Its first appearance was week 42/2005 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 18/2006 in the Australia Singles Top 50. Its peak position was number 8, on the Ireland Singles Top 50. Its highest entry was number 8 in the Ireland Singles Top 50.

  • #8 – Ireland (1 week)
  • #9 – Australia, New Zealand
  • #Top 20 – UK, Netherlands, Switzerland
  • #Top 40 – Belgium, Germany, Austria, US
  • #United World Chart – #34 (1 week)

SOS” has been listed for 309 weeks in 17 different charts. Its first appearance was week 8/2006 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 5/2007 in the Swiss Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 1, on the Australia Singles Top 50, US Singles Top 100 and World Singles Top 40. Its highest entry was number 1 in the Australia Singles Top 50.

  • #1 – Australia (8 weeks), US (3 weeks)
  • #2 – UK, Belgium, Germany
  • #3 – Finland, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland
  • #4 – Austria, Netherlands
  • #9 – Italy
  • #10 – Denmark
  • #12 – France, Sweden
  • #United World Chart – #1 (2 weeks)

Unfaithful” has been listed for 338 weeks in 17 different charts. Its first appearance was week 19/2006 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 44/2007 in the Swiss Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 1, on the Portugal Singles Top 50 and Swiss Singles Top 75. Its highest entry was number 2 in the Australia Singles Top 50 and Germany Singles Top 100.

  • #1 – Switzerland (10 weeks), Portugal (1 week)
  • #2 – Australia, Austria, Germany, UK, Ireland, Norway
  • #3 – Belgium
  • #4 – Netherlands, New Zealand
  • #6 – US, Sweden
  • #7 – France
  • #Top 20 – Finland, Italy
  • #United World Chart – #4 (5 weeks)

We Ride” has been listed for 61 weeks in 9 different charts. Its first appearance was week 42/2006 in the Ireland Singles Top 50 and the last appearance was week 9/2007 in the New Zealand Top 40. Its peak position was number 4, on the Finland Singles Top 20. Its highest entry was number 4 in the Finland Singles Top 20.

  • #4 – Finland (1 week)
  • #7 – New Zealand
  • #Top 20 – UK, Ireland
  • #Top 40 – Australia, Italy, Belgium
  • #Top 50 – Switzerland, Germany

“Break It Off” has been listed for 59 weeks in 4 different charts. Its first appearance was week 41/2006 in the Portugal Singles Top 50 and the last appearance was week 24/2007 in the Portugal Singles Top 50. Its peak position was number 8, on the Portugal Singles Top 50, it stayed there for 1 week. Its highest entry was number 24 in the World Singles Top 40.

  • #8 – Portugal (1 week)
  • #9 United States
  • #Top 40 – Bulgaria
  • #United World Chart – 21 (1 week)

Umbrella” has been listed for 634 weeks in 20 different charts. Its first appearance was week 17/2007 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 14/2010 in the Norway Singles Top 20. Its peak position was number 1, on the Australia Singles Top 50, Austria Singles Top 75, Belgium Singles Top 50, Bulgaria Singles Top 40, Canada Singles Top 100, Germany Singles Top 100, Ireland Singles Top 50, Italy Singles Top 50, New Zealand Top 40, Norway Singles Top 20, Portugal Singles Top 50, Swiss Singles Top 75, UK Singles Top 75, US Singles Top 100 and World Singles Top 40. Its highest entry was number 1 in the Australia Singles Top 50, Canada Singles Top 100, Germany Singles Top 100 and UK Singles Top 75.

  • #1 – US (7 weeks), UK (10 weeks), Australia (6 weeks), Germany (5 weeks), Canada (5 weeks), Ireland (8 weeks), Austria (4 weeks), Belgium (3 weeks), Bulgaria (9 weeks), Italy (2 weeks), New Zealand (6 weeks), Norway (7 weeks), Portugal (2 weeks), Switzerland (9 weeks)
  • #2 – Netherlands, Finland, Sweden
  • #6 – France
  • #8 – Denmark
  • #United World Chart – #1 (10 weeks)

Shut Up And Drive” has been listed for 282 weeks in 19 different charts. Its first appearance was week 25/2007 in the Canada Singles Top 100 and US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 35/2009 in the Italy Singles Top 50. Its peak position was number 3, on the Finland Singles Top 20, it stayed there for 1 week. Its highest entry was number 3 in the Finland Singles Top 20.

  • #3 – Finland (3 weeks)
  • #4 – Australia
  • #5 – Netherlands, Ireland, UK
  • #6 – Canada, Germany, Italy
  • #9 – Belgium
  • #Top 20 – US, Portugal, New Zealand, Bulgaria, Norway, Switzerland
  • #Top 40 – Austria, Sweden, Denmark
  • #United World Chart – #11 (1 week)

Hate That I Love You” has been listed for 289 weeks in 18 different charts. Its first appearance was week 37/2007 in the US Singles Top 100 and Canada Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 2/2009 in the Spain Singles Top 50. Its peak position was number 6, on the New Zealand Top 40 and World Singles Top 40. Its highest entry was number 12 in the Germany Singles Top 100.

  • #6 – New Zealand (1 week)
  • #7 – US, Netherlands
  • #10 – Sweden
  • #Top 20 – UK, Germany, Portugal, Ireland, Switzerland, Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, France, Canada
  • #Top 40 – Belgium, Denmark, Spain
  • #United World Chart – #6 (1 week)

Don’t Stop The Music” has been listed for 623 weeks in 21 different charts. Its first appearance was week 32/2007 in the Canada Singles Top 100 and Bulgaria Singles Top 40 and the last appearance was week 50/2009 in the Germany Singles Top 100. Its peak position was number 1, on the Australia Singles Top 50, Austria Singles Top 75, Belgium Singles Top 50, Dutch Top 40, France Singles Top 100, Germany Singles Top 100, Swiss Singles Top 75 and World Singles Top 40. Its highest entry was number 1 in the France Singles Top 100.

  • #1 – Australia (4 weeks), Austria (5 weeks), Belgium (8 weeks), Netherlands (2 weeks), France (2 weeks), Germany (2 weeks), Switzerland (5 weeks)
  • #2 – Canada, Italy, Portugal
  • #3 – US, Bulgaria, Finland, New Zealand
  • #4 – UK, Denmark
  • #6 – Ireland, Sweden
  • #7 – Norway
  • #United World Chart – #1 (4 weeks)

Take A Bow” has been listed for 379 weeks in 20 different charts. Its first appearance was week 17/2008 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 10/2010 in the Germany Singles Top 100. Its peak position was number 1, on the Canada Singles Top 100, Denmark Singles Top 40, Ireland Singles Top 50, UK Singles Top 75, US Singles Top 100 and World Singles Top 40. Its highest entry was number 2 in the UK Singles Top 75.

  • #1 – US (1 week), UK (2 weeks), Canada (1 week), Ireland (4 weeks), Denmark (1 week)
  • #2 – New Zealand
  • #3 – Australia, Netherlands
  • #5 – Norway
  • #6 – Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Portugal
  • #7 – Switzerland
  • #Top 20 – France, Sweden, Belgium, Finland
  • #United World Chart – #1 (3 weeks)

If I Never See Your Face Again” has been listed for 148 weeks in 12 different charts. Its first appearance was week 21/2008 in the Canada Singles Top 100 and US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 40/2008 in the Dutch Top 40, Canada Singles Top 100 and US Singles Top 100. Its peak position was number 3, on the Bulgaria Singles Top 40, it stayed there for 2 weeks. Its highest entry was number 12 in the Canada Singles Top 100.

  • #3 – Bulgaria (3 weeks)
  • #Top 20 – Australia, Canada, Ireland, Netherlands
  • #Top 40 – UK, New Zealand, Denmark
  • #Top 60 – US, Switzerland, Austria
  • #United World Chart – #33 (1 week)

Disturbia” has been listed for 580 weeks in 22 different charts. Its first appearance was week 24/2008 in the UK Singles Top 75 and the last appearance was week 27/2009 in the Swiss Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 1, on the Belgium Singles Top 50, New Zealand Top 40, US Airplay Top 100 and US Singles Top 100. Its highest entry was number 3 in the France Singles Top 100.

  • #1 – US (2 weeks), New Zealand (3 weeks), Belgium (1 week)
  • #2 – Canada, Finland, Portugal
  • #3 – UK, France, Bulgaria, Norway
  • #4 – Ireland, Switzerland, Sweden, Austria, Denmark
  • #5 – Germany
  • #6 – Australia
  • #10 – Spain, Netherlands
  • #Top 20 – Italy
  • #United World Chart – #2 (7 weeks)

Live Your Life” has been listed for 365 weeks in 19 different charts. Its first appearance was week 40/2008 in the US Airplay Top 100 and Ireland Singles Top 50 and the last appearance was week 21/2009 in the Portugal Singles Top 50. Its peak position was number 1, on the US Airplay Top 100 and US Singles Top 100. Its highest entry was number 3 in the Ireland Singles Top 50.

  • #1 – US (6 weeks)
  • #2 – UK, New Zealand
  • #3 – Ireland, Australia
  • #4 – Canada
  • #5 – Netherlands, Austria
  • #6 – Norway, Sweden, Bulgaria
  • #7 – Portugal
  • #8 – Switzerland
  • #Top 20 – Germany, France, Belgium, Denmark
  • #United World Chart – #3 (1 week)

Rehab” has been listed for 243 weeks in 17 different charts. Its first appearance was week 40/2008 in the US Airplay Top 100 and the last appearance was week 25/2009 in the Portugal Singles Top 50. Its peak position was number 3, on the Bulgaria Singles Top 40 and Dutch Top 40. Its highest entry was number 4 in the Germany Singles Top 100.

  • #3 – Bulgaria (2 weeks), Netherlands (1 week)
  • #4 – Germany, Norway
  • #5 – Portugal
  • #9 – Austria
  • #Top 20 – US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Switzerland, Denmark
  • #Top 30 – Ireland, Australia, Sweden
  • #United World Chart – #20 (1 week)

Run This Town” has been listed for 250 weeks in 18 different charts. Its first appearance was week 32/2009 in the US Airplay Top 100 and the last appearance was week 12/2010 in the Portugal Singles Top 50. Its peak position was number 1, on the UK Singles Top 75, it stayed there for 1 week. Its highest entry was number 1 in the UK Singles Top 75.

  • #1 – UK (1 week)
  • #2 – US
  • #3 – Ireland
  • #5 – Norway
  • #6 – Canada, Bulgaria
  • #8 – Sweden
  • #9 – Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland
  • #10 – Netherlands
  • #Top 20 – Germany, Denmark
  • #Top 30 – Portugal, Belgium, Austria
  • #United World Chart – #2 (3 weeks)

Wait Your Turn” has been listed for 3 weeks in 2 different charts. Its first appearance was week 48/2009 in the Ireland Singles Top 50 and the last appearance was week 50/2009 in the UK Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 32, on the Ireland Singles Top 50, it stayed there for 1 week. Its highest entry was number 32 in the Ireland Singles Top 50.

  • #32 – Ireland (1 week)
  • #45 – UK

Russian Roulette” has been listed for 410 weeks in 22 different charts. Its first appearance was week 44/2009 in the US Airplay Top 100 and the last appearance was week 32/2010 in the France Singles Top 100. Its peak position was number 1, on the Bulgaria Singles Top 40, Norway Singles Top 20 and Swiss Singles Top 75. Its highest entry was number 2 in the Norway Singles Top 20 and Germany Singles Top 100.

  • #1 – Bulgaria (4 weeks), Norway (3 weeks), Switzerland (1 week)
  • #2 – UK, Germany, Austria
  • #3 – Finland
  • #4 – France, Sweden
  • #5 – Ireland, Belgium, Portugal
  • #6 – Denmark, Spain
  • #7 – Australia, Italy, Netherlands
  • #9 – US, Canada, New Zealand
  • #United World Chart – #5 (2 weeks)

“Hard” has been listed for 94 weeks in 8 different charts. Its first appearance was week 47/2009 in the US Airplay Top 100 and the last appearance was week 34/2010 in the UK Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 7, on the US Airplay Top 100, it stayed there for 2 weeks. Its highest entry was number 26 in the Canada Singles Top 100 and Sweden Singles Top 60.

  • #8 – US (1 week)
  • #9 – Canada
  • #Top 20 – New Zealand
  • #Top 40 – Sweden, Ireland
  • #Top 50 – UK
  • #United World Chart – #15 (2 weeks)

“Stranded” has been listed for 23 weeks in 13 different charts. Its first appearance was week 3/2010 in the Spain Singles Top 50 and the last appearance was week 7/2010 in the Portugal Singles Top 50. Its peak position was number 3, on the Ireland Singles Top 50 and Sweden Singles Top 60, it stayed there for 2 weeks. Its highest entry was number 3 in the Ireland Singles Top 50 and Sweden Singles Top 60.

  • #3 – Ireland (1 week), Sweden (1 week)
  • #6 – Canada, Norway
  • #10 – Austria
  • #Top 20 – Finland, United States
  • #Top 40 – Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Belgium, UK
  • #United World Chart – #17 (1 week)

Rude Boy” has been listed for over 400 weeks in 21 different charts. Its first appearance was week 4/2010 in the UK Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 1, on the Australia Singles Top 50, Bulgaria Singles Top 40, US Airplay Top 100, US Singles Top 100 and World Singles Top 40. Its highest entry was number 4 in the Germany Singles Top 100.

  • #1 – US (5 weeks), Australia (2 weeks), Bulgaria (5 weeks)
  • #2 – UK
  • #3 – Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Belgium, Denmark
  • #4 – Germany
  • #5 – Switzerland, Portugal
  • #6 – Finland, Austria
  • #7 – Canada
  • #8 – France
  • #9 – Netherlands
  • #10 – Spain
  • #Top 20 – Sweden
  • #United World Chart – #1 (5 weeks)

Rockstar 101” has been listed for 7 weeks in 2 different charts. Its first appearance was week 32/2010 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 35/2010 in the Australia Singles Top 50 and US Singles Top 100. Its peak position was number 24, on the Australia Singles Top 50, it stayed there for 1 week. Its highest entry was number 50 in the Australia Singles Top 50.

  • #24 – Australia (1 week)
  • #64 – US

Te Amo” has been listed for over 163 weeks in 16 different charts. Its first appearance was week 49/2009 in the Sweden Singles Top 60. Its peak position was number 1, on the Bulgaria Singles Top 40, it stayed there for 3 weeks. Its highest entry was number 9 in the Bulgaria Singles Top 40.

  • #1 – Bulgaria (3 weeks)
  • #9 – Switzerland
  • #10 – Belgium
  • #Top 20 – UK, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Finland, Austria, Portugal
  • #Top 40 – Australia, Denmark, Netherlands
  • #Top 50 – Sweden
  • #Top 70 – Canada
  • #United World Chart – #25 (1 week)

“Love The Way You Lie” has been listed for 667 weeks in 21 different charts. Its first appearance was week 25/2010 in the Austria Singles Top 75, Ireland Singles Top 50 and US Airplay Top 100. Its peak position was number 1, on the Australia Singles Top 50, Austria Singles Top 75, Belgium Singles Top 50, Bulgaria Singles Top 40, Canada Singles Top 100, Denmark Singles Top 40, Finland Singles Top 20, Germany Singles Top 100, Ireland Singles Top 50, New Zealand Top 40, Norway Singles Top 20, Portugal Singles Top 50, Spain Singles Top 50, Sweden Singles Top 60, Swiss Singles Top 75, US Airplay Top 100, US Singles Top 100 and World Singles Top 40, it stayed there for 83 weeks. Its highest entry was number 2 in the Portugal Singles Top 50 and US Singles Top 100.

  • #1 – Australia (6 weeks), Austria (5 weeks), Belgium (1 week), Bulgaria (1 week), Canada (7 weeks), Denmark (8 weeks), Finland (3 weeks), Germany (2 weeks), Ireland (3 weeks), New Zealand (4 weeks), Norway (4 weeks), Portugal (6 weeks), Spain (3 weeks), Sweden (5 weeks), Switzerland (5 weeks), United States (7 weeks)
  • #2 – United Kingdom
  • #3 – France
  • #4 – Netherlands
  • #United World Chart – #1 (9 weeks)

“Only Girl (In The World)” has been listed for 643 weeks in 21 different charts. Its first appearance was week 37/2010 in the US Airplay Top 100 and the last appearance was week 46/2011 in the UK Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 1, on the Australia Singles Top 50, Austria Singles Top 75, Bulgaria Singles Top 40, Canada Singles Top 100, Ireland Singles Top 50, New Zealand Top 40, Norway Singles Top 20, Portugal Singles Top 50, UK Singles Top 75, US Airplay Top 100, US Singles Top 100 and World Singles Top 40, it stayed there for 36 weeks. Its highest entry was number 13 in the Spain Singles Top 50 and Sweden Singles Top 60.

  • #1 – US (1 week), UK (2 weeks), Australia (4 weeks), Austria (3 weeks), Bulgaria (5 weeks), Canada (4 weeks), Ireland (3 week), New Zealand (1 week), Norway (5 weeks), Portugal (1 week)
  • #2 – Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Finland, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
  • #United World Chart – #1 (4 weeks)

“What’s My Name” has been listed for 306 weeks in 20 different charts. Its first appearance was week 43/2010 in the US Airplay Top 100 and the last appearance was week 23/2011 in the UK Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 1, on the UK Singles Top 75 and US Singles Top 100, it stayed there for 2 weeks. Its highest entry was number 18 in the World Singles Top 40 and Norway Singles Top 20.

  • #1 – US (1 week), UK, (1 week)
  • #3 – Ireland, New Zealand
  • #4 – Norway, Portugal
  • #5 – Canada
  • #Top 20 – Bulgaria, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Australia, France, Denmark, Sweden
  • #Top 40 – Netherlands, Belgium
  • #United World Chart – #3 (1 week)

“Who’s That Chick” has been listed for 416 weeks in 21 different charts. Its first appearance was week 47/2010 in the Spain Singles Top 50 and the last appearance was week 36/2011 in the UK Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 4, on the Austria Singles Top 75 and Ireland Singles Top 50, it stayed there for 2 weeks. Its highest entry was number 5 in the France Singles Top 100.

  • #4 – Austria (1 week), Ireland (1 week)
  • #5 – Finland, France, Norway, Spain
  • #6 – UK, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands
  • #7 – Australia
  • #8 – New Zealand, Switzerland
  • #Top 20 – Sweden, Bulgaria
  • #Top 40 – Denmark, Canada
  • #United World Chart – #13 (1 week)

“All Of The Lights” has been listed for 167 weeks in 12 different charts. Its first appearance was week 49/2010 in the US Singles Top 100 and the last appearance was week 37/2011 in the UK Singles Top 75. Its peak position was number 13, on the Ireland Singles Top 50 and New Zealand Top 40, it stayed there for 6 weeks. Its highest entry was number 22 in the New Zealand Top 40.

  • #13 – Ireland (3 weeks), New Zealand (3 weeks)
  • #15 – UK
  • #18 – US
  • #Top 40 – Australia, Belgium, Switzerland
  • #United World Chart – #27 (1 week)

“S&M” has been listed for 499 weeks in 21 different charts. Its first appearance was week 47/2010 in the Norway Singles Top 20, Sweden Singles Top 60, Swiss Singles Top 75 and UK Singles Top 75 and the last appearance was week 41/2011 in the Germany Singles Top 100. Its peak position was number 1, on the Australia Singles Top 50, Canada Singles Top 100, US Airplay Top 100, US Singles Top 100 and World Singles Top 40, it stayed there for 10 weeks. Its highest entry was number 1 in the Australia Singles Top 50.

  • #1 – US (1 week), Australia (5 weeks), Canada (1 week)
  • #2 – Denmark, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland
  • #3 – UK, Belgium, France, Ireland, Spain
  • #4 – Austria, Finland
  • #7 – Portugal
  • #8 – Netherlands
  • #United World Chart – #1 (1 week)

 

“Man Down” has been listed for 171 weeks in 12 different charts. Its first appearance was week 20/2011 in the US Airplay Top 100. Its peak position was number 1, on the France Singles Top 100, it stayed there for 5 weeks. Its highest entry was number 20 in the Norway Singles Top 20.

  • #1 – France (5 weeks)
  • #3 – Belgium, Netherlands
  • #9 – Switzerland
  • #Top 20 – Portugal, Norway
  • #Top 40 – Sweden, Bulgaria

“California King Bed” has been listed for 281 weeks in 18 different charts. Its first appearance was week 16/2011 in the Australia Singles Top 50 and New Zealand Top 40. Its peak position was number 4, on the Australia Singles Top 50, Austria Singles Top 75 and New Zealand Top 40, it stayed there for 5 weeks. Its highest entry was number 9 in the Germany Singles Top 100.

  • #4 – Australia (2 weeks), Austria (1 week), New Zealand (2 weeks)
  • #8 – UK, Germany
  • #9 – Belgium, Netherlands
  • #10 – Switzerland
  • #Top 20 – Bulgaria, Ireland, Portugal, Canada
  • #Top 40 – US, Denmark, France, Sweden
  • #United World Chart – #12 (1 week)

“Cheers (Drink To That)” has been listed for 126 weeks in 10 different charts. Its first appearance was week 31/2011 in the US Airplay Top 100. Its peak position was number 5, on the New Zealand Top 40, it stayed there for 1 week. Its highest entry was number 14 in the New Zealand Top 40.

  • #5 – New Zealand (1 week)
  • #6 – Australia, Canada
  • #7 – US
  • #Top 20 – UK, Ireland
  • #United World Chart – #8 (1 week)

“Fly” has been listed for 88 weeks in 9 different charts. Its first appearance was week 49/2010 in the US Singles Top 100 and Canada Singles Top 100. Its peak position was number 13, on the New Zealand Top 40, it stayed there for 1 week. Its highest entry was number 13 in the New Zealand Top 40.

  • #13 – New Zealand (1 week)
  • #Top 20 – US, UK, Ireland, Australia
  • #Top 40 – Bulgaria
  • #United World Chart – #32 (1 week)

“We Found Love”: soon.

“You Da One”: soon.

“Where Have You Been”: soon.

“Princess Of China”: soon.

“Take Care”: soon.