Stevie Wonder: Charting The Singer’s Success

Stevie Wonder was only 13 years old when he started a three week run at #1 on the US singles chart with “Fingertips Part II.”

Over 50 years after he first achieved this feat, Wonder has racked up a plethora of accolades: 25 Grammy Awards, 26 studio albums, over 100 million albums sold, and over 20 Top 10 U.S. singles.

To celebrate Stevie Wonder’s first #1, we’re looking back at all of his Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100.

“Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” (1965)

Peak position: #3

“Blowin’ in the Wind” (1966)

Peak position: #9

“A Place in the Sun” (1966)

Peak position: #9

“I Was Made to Love Her” (1967)

Peak position: #2

“Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day” (1968)

Peak position: #9

“For Once in My Life” (1968)

Peak position: #2

“My Cherie Amour” (1969)

Peak position: #4

“Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday” (1969)

Peak position: #7

“Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” (1970)

Peak position: #3

“Heaven Help Us All” (1970)

Peak position: #9

“If You Really Love Me” (1971)

Peak position: #8

“Superstition” (1972)

Peak position: #1

“You Are the Sunshine of My Life” (1973)

Peak position: #1

“Higher Ground” (1973)

Peak position: #4

“Living for the City” (1973)

Peak position: #8

“You Haven’t Done Nothin'” (1974)

Peak position: #1

“Boogie On Reggae Woman” (1974)

Peak position: #3

“I Wish” (1976)

Peak position: #1

“Sir Duke” (1977)

Peak position: #1

“Send One Your Love” (1979)

Peak position: #4

“Master Blaster (Jammin’)” (1980)

Peak position: #5

“That Girl” (1982)

Peak position: #4

“Ebony and Ivory” (1982)

Peak position: #1

“I Just Called to Say I Love You” (1984)

Peak position: #1

“Part-Time Lover” (1985)

Peak position: #1

“That’s What Friends Are For” (1985)

Peak position: #1

“Go Home” (1985)

Peak position: #10


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