With the release of “American Pie,” the 2016 Broadway hit, Nelly is one of the top songs on the charts.
But while Nelly has sold millions of records worldwide, it’s only one of many pop songs that have earned top billing on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Which is a good thing, because that makes the song even better.
This chart list is not all-encompassing.
Each song’s success is determined by its popularity and impact on the pop music landscape.
The chart does not include songs from more recent albums or chart-topping singles.
We also did not include all of Nelly’s music or her music videos.
But the chart does show that “American Pizza,” Nelly and her fellow New Yorkers love the song and the songwriter.
Here are some other top-selling American Pie songs.
“Pizza” — American Pie #1, 2016-2017 The song has sold more than 3.4 million copies worldwide.
It was also a breakout hit for “The Chainsmokers” and “Drake.”
It’s also a perfect example of how a single can make a song an instant hit.
A single like “Pizzas” is easily recognized by fans of the song.
The song is sung by Nelly, whose voice sounds like it’s being pulled out of her throat, with a booming voice and a raspy delivery.
“It’s the biggest song I’ve ever written, and it was a big hit for ‘American Pie,'” she told Billboard.
“But I just wanted to write the best song possible for myself.
I just love pizza, and I just loved it.”
“Famous” — Nelly #6, 2016 The song’s second chart-closer is a smash hit for Beyoncé.
Beyoncé’s song “Fancy” debuted at No. 1 on the Hot 100 in March 2017.
The track has since been streamed more than 8.2 million times and has racked up more than 20 million views.
“Fifty Shades of Grey” — Beyoncé #7, 2016 Beyoncé has been a breakout star in the popular “Fashion Police” franchise.
“The 50 Shades of,” Beyoncé and Taylor Swift’s song, was the No. 4 chart-opening song on the April 2017 Billboard Hot 200.
The tune, which has been streamed over 1.7 million times, has since become the top song in history, beating out Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, and Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance.”
Beyoncé also recently performed it at the MTV Video Music Awards.
“Chained to the Rhythm” — Lady Gaga #8, 2016 Gaga released her third album, “Vampire Weekend,” in 2016.
“Chain Reaction” — Madonna #11, 2016 Madonna’s “Til It Happens to You,” a song on her last album, was her biggest chart-stealing hit.
Madonna’s song topped the Billboard 200 chart in the U.S. for nine weeks in May 2017, and its first appearance on the chart was on the March 2017 Billboard 200, when it was No. 10.
Madonna is also the first artist to earn more than five No.1 singles in a calendar year.
The “Chain” chart is one that was created to help chart the rise of a certain artist.
Madonna, who rose to fame as the lead singer of the pop group Madonna, has charted in the top 10 the Billboard 100 four times, according to Nielsen Music.
Madonna has chart-tested songs in five different genres: pop, pop, R&b, R & b, and R& b.
“I’ll Be Missing You” — Taylor Swift #17, 2016 Swift’s album “1989” became the No, 1 album on the June 2017 Billboard Top 200, just a year after her sophomore album, 1989, came out.
Swift’s hit song “1989,” which peaked at No, 20, has been downloaded over 5 million times.
It’s not clear if the song has a long-term charting career.
“Love Story” — Katy Perry #19, 2016 Katy Perry’s single “Blank Space,” which she wrote and performed on her 2014 album “Harmony,” was released on May 19, 2017.
Perry’s song was one of two top songs in the pop-rock genre, the other being Katy’s single, “Hands Up.”
“I’m a Slave 4 U” — Adele #20, 2016 Adele’s “Hello” peaked at Nos.
1 and 2 on the May 2017 Billboard Pop Songs chart.
The pop song, which is about the experience of growing up as a teen, was released in May 2015.
The second single, by Katy Perry, “I Feel It Coming,” was also released in 2015.
“Closer” — Drake #22, 2016 Drake’s “The Way You Make Me Feel” was the first song to hit No. 2