We'll Give You 3 Hit Songs, You Tell Us the Singer

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By: Jouviane Alexandre

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When it comes to your favorite singer, you could probably name 20 of their hit songs. What about other artists? These are some of Billboards Top 100 artists right now, and if we name three of their hit songs, can you tell us the singer? Mic check and let's go!

Chasing Pavements, Someone like You, Hello

Adele released her first studio album, "19," in 2008. Since then she has released two albums, "21" and "25," both of which made it to the #1 position on the Billboard 200.

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Lose Yourself, Love the Way You Lie, Stan

Eminem released his first album, "Infinite," in 1996. He would then go on to release "The Slim Shady LP" in 1999 before his 2000 album, "The Marshall Mathers LP," made it to #1 on the Billboard Charts. As of 2017, the rapper has released eight albums.

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Run It!, Forever, Kiss Kiss

At 16 years old, Chris Brown released his debut self-titled album. The singer went on to release seven other albums, two of which made it to #1.

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Super Bass, Starships, Anaconda

Nicki Minaj released her first studio album, "Pink Friday," in 2010. The rapper has since released two other albums that feature the singles "Right Thru Me," "Did It On'em," and "Fly."

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Earned It, The Hills, Can't Feel My Face

The Weeknd dropped his first album, "Kiss Land," in 2012. Followed by #1 albums, "Beauty Behind the Madness" and "Starboy," the singer is known for other singles like "Wicked Games" and "I Feel It Coming."

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"I'm On One," "Wild Thoughts, "I'm the One"

Since 2006, DJ Khaled has released 10 albums, the last two which have gained the #1 position on the Billboard charts. The former DJ is also known for hits such as "No New Friends," "I'm So Hood," and "All I Do is Win."

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Can't Hold Us, Same Love, Thrift Shop

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis released their first album, "The Heist," in 2012, a CD that went to #2 on the Billboard 200.

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Just the Way You Are, Grenade, That's What I Like

Bruno Mars released his first album, "Doo-Wops & Hooligans," in 2010. Since his start, the singer has released 15 singles, five of which landed the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Cry Me a River, SexyBack, Can't Stop the Feeling!

After his split from the boy band, *NSYNC, Justin Timberlake released his first solo album, "Justified," in 2002. Since then, the singer has released three other albums, all of which landed the #1 spot on the Billboard 200.

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Stay With Me, Lay Me Down, Too Good at Goodbyes

In 2014, Sam Smith released his first album, "In the Lonely Hour," which peaked at #2 on the Billboard 200. The singer went on to release his second studio album at the beginning of November 2017, a CD that reached #1.

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The A Team, Thinking Out Loud, Shape of You

Ed Sheeran released his first studio album in September 2011 before dropping his next two in 2014 and 2017. His last two albums topped the charts in most countries. He is also known for singles, "Sing," "Don't," and "Perfect."

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Best I Ever Had, Forever, One Dance

Actor-turned-rapper, Drake released his first studio album, "Thank Me Later," in 2010. He followed it up with "Take Care," "Nothing Was the Same," and "Views," all of which made it to the #1 position in both the U.S. and Canada.

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Shake It Off, We Are Never Getting Back Together, Bad Blood

In 2006, Taylor Swift released her debut album of the same name. Taylor Swift went on to release four more albums, all of which made it to the #1 spot on the Billboard 200.

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Chandelier, Cheap Thrills, The Greatest

While Sia received major fame in the 2010s, the singer released her first album in 1997. Her career shot through the roof with the release of her single, "Chandelier." Her most successful single to date is "Cheap Thrills" featuring Sean Paul.

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Here, Scars to Your Beautiful, Stay

In 2015, teenager Alessia Cara released her first album, "Know-It-All." Along with her own singles, the singer has been featured on the chart-topping hit by Logic, "1-800-273-8255."

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Austin, Boys 'Round Here, Came Here to Forget

Blake Shelton started his music career in 2001 with the release of his debut self-titled album. He has since released 10 more albums,. His 2014 album, "Bringing Back the Sunshine," topped the Country and Billboard 200.

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That's My Kind of Night, Crash My Party, Drunk On You

Luke Bryan released his first album, "I'll Stay Me," in August 2007. As of November 2017, he has released five albums, three of which have topped the Country charts.

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Crying in the Club, Havana, I Know What You Did Last Summer

After her split from Fifth Harmony, Camila Cabello wasted no time in putting out hits. Although her first studio album doesn't drop until 2018, the singer has already had multiple hits, including the featured tracks of "Know No Better" and "Hey Ma."

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Roses, Don't Let Me Down, Closer

With two EPs released in 2015 and 2016, The Chainsmokers first made waves with their single, "#Selfie." They went on to surpass the fame of this song with their 2016 #1 single, "Closer," featuring Halsey. They went on to release two more Top 10 singles before the end of 2017, "Paris" and "Something Just Like This."

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Pillowtalk, I Don't Wanna Live Forever, Dusk Till Dawn

After Zayn chose to leave One Direction, he proved that he could make it as a solo artist. His debut album, "Mind of Mine," debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and his debut single, "Pillowtalk," topped the charts at #1 in multiple countries, including the UK and US.

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She Will Be Loved, Moves Like Jagger, What Lovers Do

Maroon 5 got their start in 2002 with their debut album, "Songs About Jane." Since then, the group has put out six more albums that feature popular singles like "Harder to Breathe," "Animals," and "Sugar."

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Numb, In the End, What I've Done

Linkin Park released their debut album, "Hybrid Theory," in October 2000. As of 2017, the group has released an additional six albums which include other singles like "Shadow of the Day," "Bleed It Out," and "New Divide."

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Sorry Not Sorry, Cool for the Summer, Skyscraper

After her rising career on Disney Channel, Demi Lovato released her debut album, "Don't Forget," that made it to #2 on the Billboard 200. Since then, the singer has released five additional albums, her most recent dropping in September 2017 with the hit song, "Sorry Not Sorry."

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Thriller, Human Nature, Black & White

Even posthumously, Michael Jackson is still one of the top artists on the Billboard charts. The singer started his solo career in 1972 with the album, "Got to Be There." His 1982 album, "Thriller," would go on to be the best-selling album of all time.

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Mask Off, Wicked, Jumpman

Rapper Future released his debut album, "Pluto," in April 2012. Since then, he has released five more albums, the last four which topped the Billboard 200 at #1.

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Behind These Hazel Eyes, Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You), Breakaway

After her win on "American Idol," Kelly Clarkson's career skyrocketed in the 2000s. With eight albums under her belt, Clarkson's impressive roster of songs include "A Moment Like This," "Since U Been Gone," "Miss Independent," and "My Life Would Suck Without You."

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DNA, Humble, Swimming Pools (Drank)

In 2011, Kendrick Lamar released his first album, "Section.80." The rapper then reached major recognition with his 2012 album, "Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City," which featured the hits "Swimming Pools (Drank)" and "Poetic Justice."

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Just Dance, Born This Way, Million Reasons

Lady Gaga released her debut album, "The Fame," in 2008. The album featured her debut hit single, "Just Dance," as well as "Poker Face." The singer has since released four #1 albums, her latest released in October 2016.

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Just Give Me a Reason, Raise Your Glass, So What

P!nk released her first album, "Can't Take Me Home," in 2000. As of October 2017, she has released seven albums which feature hits like "Get the Party Started," "Just Like Fire," and "What About Us."

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Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It), Halo, Formation

After the breakup of Destiny's Child, Beyonce pursued a solo career and released her debut album, "Dangerously in Love," in June 2003. Since then, the artist has released five more albums, all of which topped the Billboard 200 at #1.

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Tik Tok, We R Who We R, Praying

Kesha released her debut album, "Animal," in January 2010. Reaching #1 on the Billboard 200. Her debut #1 hit was"Tik Tok." Since then, the singer has released two additional albums, the last of which was released in August 2017.

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Umbrella, Pon de Replay, Diamonds

Rihanna released her debut album, "Music of the Sun," in 2005. As of 2017, the artist has released seven additional albums which include the hits, "SOS," "Don't Stop the Music," and "Rude Boy."

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Heathens, Ride, Stressed Out

Twenty One Pilots released their debut self-titled album in 2009. The group didn't receive massive play on the airwaves until their 2015 album, "Blurryface," which featured the singles, "Stressed Out" and "Ride."

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Good For You, Hands to Myself, Same Old Love

The Disney star turned singer released her first album, "Kiss & Tell," as Selena Gomez & the Scene in 2009. She would go on to release two more albums in 2010 and 2011 before she dropped "the Scene." She released the album "Stars Dance" in 2014 and "Revival" in 2015, both which topped the Billboard 200 at #1.

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Baby, Sorry, Boyfriend

Justin Bieber released his first official studio album, "My World 2.0," in 2010, an album that went to #1 in the US and Canada. His following three albums also topped the charts in both countries. Some of his other singles include "One Time," "As Long as You Love Me," and "Love Yourself."

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