Joey Moi Is Top Billboard Hot 100 Producer of 2023


Joey Moi has already broken several chart records in his career, but he unlocks another first, by finishing 2023 as Billboard’s No. 1 Hot 100 Producer of the year.

Thanks to his work on Morgan Wallen’s hugely successful LP One Thing at a Time, he tops the year-end ranking for the first time in his career. Moi tallied 40 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 as a producer during the 2023 chart eligibility period (Nov. 19, 2022-Oct. 21, 2023), including Wallen’s 16-week leader “Last Night.”

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Here’s a look at all 40 of Moi’s production credits on the Hot 100 during the 2023 tracking period, which all contribute to his placement on the year-end ranking. As is reflected below, Moi is credited as the sole producer on many of the songs listed, helping boost his chart points (as he doesn’t share points with any other individuals):


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Peak Position, Artist Billing, Title (co-producers in addition to Joey Moi)

No. 1, Morgan Wallen, “Last Night”

No. 5, Morgan Wallen, “You Proof” (Charlie Handsome)

No. 7, Morgan Wallen, “Thinkin’ Bout Me” (Charlie Handsome)

No. 7, Morgan Wallen, “Don’t Think Jesus”

No. 7, Morgan Wallen, “Thought You Should Know”

No. 9, Morgan Wallen, “Wasted On You” (Jacob Durrett)

No. 10, Morgan Wallen, “One Thing At A Time”

No. 11, Morgan Wallen, “Ain’t That Some”

No. 14, Morgan Wallen, “Everything I Love”

No. 15, Morgan Wallen feat. Eric Church, “Man Made A Bar”

No. 18, Morgan Wallen, “I Wrote The Book” (Jacob Durrett, Chase Montgomery)

No. 23, HARDY feat. Lainey Wilson, “Wait In The Truck” (HARDY, Derek Wells, Jordan Schmidt)

No. 27, Morgan Wallen, “’98 Braves”

No. 29, Morgan Wallen, “Devil Don’t Know”

No. 30, Morgan Wallen, “Sunrise” (Jacob Durrett)

No. 32, Morgan Wallen, “Born With A Beer In My Hand”

No. 35, Morgan Wallen, “Whiskey Friends”

No. 38, Morgan Wallen, “Tennessee Numbers”

No. 40, Morgan Wallen feat. ERNEST, “Cowgirls” (Jacob Durrett)

No. 41, Morgan Wallen, “Hope That’s True”

No. 43, Morgan Wallen, “Dying Man”

No. 44, Morgan Wallen, “Keith Whitley”

No. 47, Morgan Wallen feat. HARDY, “In The Bible”

No. 48, Morgan Wallen, “Neon Star (Country Boy Lullaby)” (Jacob Durrett)

No. 49, Morgan Wallen, “Tennessee Fan”

No. 51, Morgan Wallen, “Me + All Your Reasons”

No. 52, Morgan Wallen, “I Deserve A Drink”

No. 53, Morgan Wallen, “F150-50”

No. 55, HARDY, “Truck Bed” (Derek Wells, HARDY, Ben Johnson)

No. 56, Morgan Wallen, “Single Than She Was”

No. 57, Morgan Wallen, “Days That End In Why”

No. 59, Morgan Wallen, “Wine Into Water”

No. 63, Morgan Wallen, “180 (Lifestyle)” (Jacob Durrett)

No. 64, HARDY feat. Morgan Wallen, “Red” (Derek Wells, HARDY)

No. 65, Morgan Wallen, “Last Drive Down Main”

No. 69, Morgan Wallen, “Good Girl Gone Missin’” (Charlie Handsome)

No. 71, Morgan Wallen, “Me To Me”

No. 72, Morgan Wallen, “Money On Me”

No. 75, Morgan Wallen, “Had It”

No. 76, Morgan Wallen, “Outlook”

This is the fourth straight year that Moi has finished the year as a top 10 Hot 100 Producer. Last year, he finished at No. 3, in 2021 he finished at No. 2, and in 2020 he finished at No. 6. His finishes are mostly thanks to his work with Wallen, but he was also aided by his work with HARDY, Jake Owen and Chris Lane.

Just below Moi on the 2023 Hot 100 Producers ranking, Taylor Swift finishes at No. 2, thanks to 43 production credits on the Hot 100 during the eligibility period — largely from her 2022 studio LP Midnights and her 2023 re-recorded set Speak Now (Taylor’s Version). Of those 43 entries, 12 ranked in the top 10 and one hit No. 1: “Anti-Hero” for eight weeks. Her 2019 track “Cruel Summer,” which re-entered the chart in June, topped the chart for the first time on Oct. 28, one week after the eligibility period ended; its chart run from June onward did, however, contribute to her point totals. Swift also finishes the year as the Top Artist and No. 1 Hot 100 Songwriter.

Swift’s collaborator Jack Antonoff finishes the year as the No. 3 Hot 100 Producer, thanks to his production work on 20 songs during the eligibility period, all by Swift. Twelve of those hits reached the top 10.

Rounding out the top five Hot 100 Producers of 2023 ranking, Metro Boomin finishes at No. 4, thanks to 32 production credits on the Hot 100 during the eligibility period, including a pair of top 10s: “Creepin’” with The Weeknd and 21 Savage (No. 3 peak in February) and “Superhero (Heroes & Villains)” with Future and Chris Brown (No. 8 peak in December).

Zach Bryan finishes at No. 5, thanks to his production work on 22 Hot 100-charting songs (all by him), including his first Hot 100 No. 1 hit, “I Remember Everything,” featuring Kacey Musgraves, in September.

Billboard’s year-end music recaps represent aggregated metrics for each artist, title, label and music contributor on the weekly charts from Nov. 19, 2022, through Oct. 21, 2023. Rankings for Luminate-based recaps reflect equivalent album units, airplay, sales or streaming during the weeks that the titles appeared on a respective chart during the tracking year. Any activity registered before or after a title’s chart run isn’t considered in these rankings. That methodology detail, and the November-October time period, account for some of the difference between these lists and the calendar-year recaps that are independently compiled by Luminate.