On This Day In Billboard Dance History: Daft Punk Brought ‘Da Funk’ To Da Club – And Da Charts

Five months later, the song had ascended to No. 1 on Dance Club Songs, where it reigned in the apex position 24 years ago today (May 14). First hitting Dance Club Songs on April 5, 1997 (where it debuted at No. 39) “Da Funk” was the first Daft Punk song to ever appear on a Billboard chart. On May 14, 1997 its N0. 1 position was followed by Aaliyah’s “One In A Million” at No. 2, with the rest of the top ten filled out by a very eclectic and extremely ’90s group of artists including Reel 2 Reel, Paula Cole and Sneaker Pimps.

From all of these acts, Daft

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