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post Jan 5 2020, 10:29 PM
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#926-950



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950 09 17 Ed Sheeran – What Do I Know 9.8479

Here's a song you may not recall being such a hit, as it had a lot of competition from... himself. Entering at #10 infamously in a top ten with nine Ed Sheeran songs, it climbed a place to its peak the week after. Of course, had the existing chart rules been in place this song never would have charted.

949 06 23 Example – Won't Go Quietly 9.8880

Example's first top 10 hit back at the very start of the decade. He'd go on to get a few bigger hits too.

948 03 15 Tiësto – Wasted (feat. Matthew Koma) 9.8888

We meet Tiësto again and this time with one of his top 10 hits, the second from his 2014 album and his highest peaking hit. Known on Buzzjack particularly for Radio 1 playing their own version titled "Naked".

947 01 16 Calvin Harris and Alesso – Under Control (feat. Hurts) 9.8963

One of Calvin Harris' many number one hits taken from 'Motion', it also gave Alesso and Hurts their only #1s. Alesso however has two more entries to come.

946 30 18 Au/Ra & CamelPhat – Panic Room 9.9000

One of my big faves of the time, despite its #30 peak it was a fairly steady runner in the chart before hitting ACR (and getting taken off Hot Hits). It provides CamelPhat with one of two entries here (their other hits - 'Be Someone' is at #1660, 'Breathe' is at #1514).

945 16 21 London Grammar – Strong 9.9007

London Grammar's biggest hit - and their only in the entire chart.

944 13 15 Cheat Codes & Little Mix – Only You 9.9039

In-between eras for Little Mix they teamed with Cheat Codes for this middling hit - the 3rd biggest for Cheat Codes.

943 08 15 Ariana Grande – Breathin 9.9138

Taken from 'Sweetener' and instantly making the top 10 on the album's release week is 'Breathin'.

942 08 14 Aitch – Buss Down (feat. ZieZie) 9.9210

Aitch's 2nd hit with a lead role, and it likely won't be his last either. 'Fine Girl' just missed out for ZieZie, making #1010.

941 12 15 Jax Jones – Ring Ring (feat. Mabel & Rich The Kid) 9.9358

Jax Jones has 7 entries in the list - this becomes his first.

940 04 18 Kelly Clarkson – Mr Know It All 9.9369

Leading her 'Stronger' album but not becoming its biggest hit, it was however her last to reach the top five.

939 24 21 MKTO – Classic 9.9400

MKTO's only UK hit, although I wouldn't have minded them having none.

938 09 18 Lana Del Rey – Born To Die 9.9403

The title track from her debut album, it became her second hit as well as her third-biggest of the decade.

937 32 16 Stay Flee Get Lizzy – Ay Caramba (with Fredo and Young T & Bugsey) 9.9500

One of the lowest peaking tracks in the rundown, and also the only track here credited to a clothing brand. It did however introduce us to Young T & Bugsey as well as raise the profile of Fredo.

936 24 21 Milky Chance – Stolen Dance 9.9500

A one hit wonder you may have forgotten, but worth giving another listen (it's been a while since I've heard it myself too). I'm sure it was bigger in many other countries too, we were a bit unlucky to have it miss the top 20.

935 21 19 Taylor Swift – Style 9.9601

The 10th-biggest song of Taylor's this decade, taken from '1989' and sadly missing the top 20 due to her not putting it on Spotify - it's one of my faves of hers too.

934 04 10 Ed Sheeran – Cross Me (feat. Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock) 9.9761

The 2nd single from Ed's most recent collabs album seems rather low but there's a reason. Unfortunately this points system is unable to take into account positions this song would have been in had it not been starred out the week it was about to leave the top ten, so as it is it's a good few places lower than it really should be. Even with its limited time however it manages to place here.

933 13 17 Ellie Goulding – Explosions 9.9826

One of Ellie's ballad singles, it was the 3rd single of 'Halcyon' (but really it should be 'Figure 8' in its place but that undeservedly flopped).

932 08 17 Jax Jones & Years & Years – Play 10.0057

And we meet Jax Jones again this time with Years & Years on what is still their most recent hit 'Play'.

931 17 25 American Authors – Best Day Of My Life 10.0104

Another one hit wonder now and one you may not like to be reminded of but it was a reasonable hit here after featuring on an advert.

930 10 17 Dizzee Rascal – Bassline Junkie 10.0292

Dizzee continued to be big well into the first few years of the decade with this giving him yet another top 10 although this one actually had to climb to its peak.

929 10 20 Disclosure – You & Me (feat. Eliza Doolittle) 10.0481

Disclosure's third hit following up two massive smashes, it now sits as their 5th-biggest (6th if you count their assistance on Khalid's 'Talk').

928 03 19 P!nk – Blow Me (One Last Kiss) 10.0683

Leading her 'The Truth About Love' era P!nk got herself another easy hit with one of the best uses of brackets in a song title.

927 08 17 David Guetta – She Wolf (Falling To Pieces) (feat. Sia) 10.0693

David's second team-up with Sia however not quite as successful as the first as it finishes hundreds of places below. It's still great however.

926 11 16 Meghan Trainor – No 10.0709

This served as the lead to her 2nd album, however her career was cut short soon after and she only ever made the top 40 again as a feature for Sigala.

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Won't Go Quietly is good to see in here, impressive to see Panic Room up here despite its low peak too but glad it could make it! Lol at the two Ed Sheeran tracks, funny to imagine What Do I Know and Cross Me being similar-sized hits laugh.gif

Under Control, Stolen Dance and Born To Die are also big faves in this section.
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QUOTE(𝕮𝖖𝖒x @ Jan 5 2020, 10:39 PM) *
Omg at all this work!!!

Stan Ellie's best song Guns and Horses, #1607 smash
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Nice to see 'Lalala', 'Panic Room' (wub.gif) and (albeit much less essentially) 'Ay Caramba' make the list despite their low-ish peaks. A bit surprised at some of the really moderate hits from early in the decade that are here (not complaining though, it's nice to see them recognised) - I wonder if this will be the last time anyone ever mentions 'What If' on this forum tongue.gif

'Won't Go Quietly' is one of I'm guessing few songs in this list I've never heard, solely because, even 5 years after Ministry Of Sound relented on Spotify, several of his hits are still missing here and I have never heard of YouTube. 'Naked' (not James Arthur) is iconic and unforgettable :')

'Born To Die' and 'Stolen Dance' are massive favourites heart.gif

Fun fact: presumably due to some playlist-compiler being a ride-or-die MKTO stan (they had a #1 album in Australia that fell to #19 the next week so clearly such a thing exists!!!) and/or some algorithm that they happen to tick all the boxes for, 'Classic' still does big numbers on Spotify. It's the 24th most played 2013 song (worldwide), and got more plays in 2019 than 'Pompeii', 'Happy', 'Royals', 'Dark Horse', 'Roar' and 'Let It Go'.
QUOTE(danuary @ Jan 6 2020, 09:29 AM) *
(but really it should be 'Figure 8' in its place but that undeservedly flopped)
Hopefully she'll make a Christmas mix of it and send it Alexa's way next year


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#901-925



Position / Peak / Weeks / Title / Points

925 05 18 Sigala - Say You Do (feat. Imani Williams and DJ Fresh) 10.0791

This dance collaboration provided Sigala with his third consecutive top ten single in March 2016 as well as the last chart hit for DJ Fresh.

924 13 17 Ke$ha - Your Love Is My Drug 10.0832

In the summer of 2010, this became the third of four top 20 singles from Ke$ha’s debut album Animal.

923 07 15 James Arthur and Anne-Marie - Rewrite The Stars 10.0947

Finishing ahead of the superior original version by Zac Efron and Zendaya (which is at #1158) is this cover which was released as part of The Greatest Showman: Reimagined and went into the top ten in December 2018 before peaking at #7 in January.

922 12 19 Chiddy Bang - Opposite Of Adults 10.1336

The only appearance in the top 2010 for Chiddy Bang is this song from 2010 that sampled MGMT’s hit Kids, as you might have been able to deduce from the crossword clue title.

921 15 19 The 1975 - The Sound 10.1406

Although this is the band’s highest-peaking and longest-running single in the top 40, this early 2016 hit is only their second highest appearance in this countdown.

920 06 19 Inna - Hot 10.1469

The biggest hit for Romanian singer Inna is this dance tune from 2010, with her two other appearances in the top 2010 being Sun Is Up at #1093 and Amazing at #1739.

919 17 19 Ylvis - The Fox 10.1704

Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis had one of the biggest and best novelty hits of the decade with this song that took over the internet (if only video streams had counted then...) in late 2013. Fans of this should check out some of their other amusing music videos, especially Stonehenge.

918 16 17 Bob Marley - Is This Love (Remix) (feat. Lvndscape and Bolier) 10.1804

A dance remix of the 1978 Bob Marley & The Wailers classic became a late summer hit in 2016.

917 20 17 Disclosure - F For You 10.1901

The fourth and final hit from Disclosure’s album Settle had the benefit of being released twice after the original reached #20 in 2013 before another version featuring Mary J. Blige sent the track back into the chart at #22 the following year. The other three hits from the album are still to come.

916 07 18 Ben Pearce - What I Might Do 10.1976

After being used in an advert, this deep house track became a top ten hit in 2013.

915 20 18 Ellie Goulding - Army 10.2001

AHHHHMEEEEE became the second and final hit from Ellie’s third album Delirium in 2016.

914 05 15 Kelis - Acapella 10.2094

The last big hit for Kelis as lead artist was this dance track from 2010, although she would go on to have another big hit as featured artist the following year.

913 13 18 Jay Sean - Do You Remember (feat. Sean Paul & Lil Jon) 10.2138

This team-up between Jay Sean (his only appearance in the top 1000 aside from being uncredited on Regard’s Ride It), Sean Paul and shouty man Lil Jon was a hit at the very start of the decade, having originally entered the top 100 in 2009.

912 16 18 B.o.B - Magic (feat. Rivers Cuomo) 10.2206

After two number ones earlier in the year, B.o.B’s third hit of 2010 was this track with Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo.

911 04 16 Taylor Swift - Bad Blood (feat. Kendrick Lamar) 10.2237

Bad Blood was originally an album track on Taylor Swift’s 1989 before a remixed version with Kendrick Lamar in May 2015 entered the chart at number four after being pushed as a single complete with a star-studded music video.

910 27 41 Jason Mraz - I’m Yours 10.2300

Despite being in the chart for almost the entirety of 2009, this song’s refusal to leave (particularly when reduced to 59p on iTunes) gives it a place in the top 1000 of the 2010s as well.

909 23 23 Kid Ink - Show Me (feat. Chris Brown) 10.2900

Kid Ink’s biggest hit as lead artist (his highest appearance comes later in this section!) is the first of his three singles that featured Chris Brown, with this one released in late 2013.

908 15 16 Major Lazer - Know No Better (feat. Travis Scott, Camila Cabello & Quavo) 10.2916

This decent but slightly forgotten collaboration spent most of the summer within the top 40 in 2017.

907 09 15 Lady Gaga - Do What U Want (feat. R Kelly) 10.3057

When released in November 2013, this song went straight into the top ten. Because it featured R. Kelly, Lady Gaga removed it from major platforms in 2019. Anyone wishing to play the song can use the Christina Aguilera version instead.

906 03 16 OneRepublic - Love Runs Out 10.3271

This summer 2014 tune is the second highest appearance for OneRepublic in this countdown (If I Lose Myself is their third at #1146).

905 02 16 The Wanted - Chasing The Sun 10.3348

The boy band’s third number two single of the decade came in 2012 with this dance-pop track which stayed in the top 40 for most of the summer.

904 03 19 Fifth Harmony - Worth It (feat. Kid Ink) 10.3508

American girl group Fifth Harmony’s first big hit was with this track in summer 2015. It is one of only two appearances they make in the top 1000, with All In My Head (Flex) falling just short at #1004.

903 08 16 Calvin Harris - Thinking About You (feat. Ayah Marar) 10.3520

In summer 2013 this tune, featuring Jordanian singer Ayah Marar, became the eighth(!) top ten hit from Calvin Harris’ album 18 Months.

902 12 13 Dave - Professor X 10.3539

The most recent song in this section is this decent track from South London rapper Dave released in late 2019.

901 23 16 B Young - 079ME 10.3900

Just missing out on a place in the top 900 is B Young’s second and most recent top 40 hit that spent months in the lower half of the top 40 during summer 2018.

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My 5 faves in that section would have to be Say You Do, Hot, Is This Love (Remix), What I Might Do and Thinking About You.

I enjoyed Do What U Want a fair bit too but it hasn't aged too well considering its lyrics/R Kelly.

Shame that DJ Fresh basically stopped after SYD but I think he had health issues, though I haven't been a fan of any of the few releases he has done since anyway.

As for Do You Remember I think the answer from most of us is a resounding no (although I can't forget Lil Jon screaming BRING IT BACK every time the song is mentioned... which of course is not very often). I wonder if we'll be seeing more of Lil Jon's screaming later with a certain venomous DJ.

I'm Yours won't be the last 00s leftover too I should warn you all, quite a few songs refused to ever leave and this was way before the streaming era.

The Fox of course provided quite an iconic Jameela moment it also has to be said.
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QUOTE(danuary @ Jan 8 2020, 05:50 PM) *
My 5 faves in that section would have to be Say You Do, Hot, Is This Love (Remix), What I Might Do and Thinking About You.

I enjoyed Do What U Want a fair bit too but it hasn't aged too well considering its lyrics/R Kelly.

Shame that DJ Fresh basically stopped after SYD but I think he had health issues, though I haven't been a fan of any of the few releases he has done since anyway.

As for Do You Remember I think the answer from most of us is a resounding no (although I can't forget Lil Jon screaming BRING IT BACK every time the song is mentioned... which of course is not very often). I wonder if we'll be seeing more of Lil Jon's screaming later with a certain venomous DJ.

I'm Yours won't be the last 00s leftover too I should warn you all, quite a few songs refused to ever leave and this was way before the streaming era.

The Fox of course provided quite an iconic Jameela moment it also has to be said.

I remember Do You Remember at least, though I can't say I've heard it much at all in recent years! Nice tease as well with Lil Jon's screaming, always good that we might "BRING IT BACK" later!

And I SAID FOX! laugh.gif
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Imagine how much higher the original 'Rewrite The Stars' (and probably all the non-'This Is Me' 'The Greatest Showman' songs) would be if not for the 3-track rule tongue.gif 'Bad Blood's run is pretty impressive in retrospect for having no streaming. 'I'm Yours' is close to becoming the most played 2000s song on Spotify; it's been refusing to leave for about 11 years non-stop now :')

Great to see Sigala's magnum opus here as well as 'Opposite Of Adults', 'Hot' and 'What I Might Do'. Worth noting as an asterisk that 'Do What U Want' was excluded from the chart the first 3 weeks it was out, due to the rules allowing only one instant grat per album to chart (which was 'Applause', which iirc was an instant grat from the start - unlike, say, Eminem, who released 3 singles individually then deleted them in favour of being instant grats, causing them to all disappear from the chart for one week). 'Do What U Want' was top 10 on iTunes for much of that time, and would've made the official top 10 in at least one of those weeks:
QUOTE(Mart!n @ Oct 27 2013, 11:16 PM) *
Not debuting in the Top 75, despite recording the week's 10th best sale (22,915 copies) is Lady Gaga's Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly). It's the second instant gratification track from her upcoming Artpop album, hence its ineligibility.

1 Lorde 82,551
2 James Arthur 64,501
3 OneRepublic 55,005 (479,638)
4 Katy Perry 50,464 (595,941)
5 Showtek/We Are Loud/Sonny Wilson 44,456
6 Miley Cyrus 40,603 (201,954)
7 James Blunt 34,266 (118,973)
8 Union J 32,842
9 Wilkinson 25,256 (55,774)
Lady Gaga/R. Kelly 22,915 - ineligible for chart
10 Drake/Majid Jordan 21,903
From memory I think the OCC counted 'We Found Love' as an '18 Months' single, in which case 'Thinking About You' was its 9th top 10 hit.
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^ and presumably now that 'The Greatest Showman' has been struck off to the compilations chart all of its songs would now be able to chart concurrently if there was a mass re-entry of them, oops
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#876-900



Position / Peak / Weeks / Title / Points

900 08 16 Usher – I Don't Mind (feat. Juicy J) 10.4012

Back in 2015 when Usher was still just about relevant to get hits he teamed up with one of the rent-a-rappers of the moment Juicy J.

899 09 15 Sean Kingston & Justin Bieber – Eenie Meenie 10.4091

Early into Justin Bieber's career he helped Sean Kingston get another hit and with one of their absolute worst songs too. It was Sean's biggest hit of the decade.

898 15 22 Sigma – Coming Home (feat. Rita Ora) 10.4108

One of Rita Ora's dance tracks, it provided Sigma with their 4th-biggest and final top 20 hit.

897 05 15 Katy B – Crying For No Reason 10.4195

Providing Katy with her biggest hit of her second album was this great synth-pop ballad. She has 3 songs left to come.

896 24 19 Tiësto, Jonas Blue & Rita Ora – Ritual 10.4200

Rita again this time with Tiësto and Jonas Blue, despite it having missed the top 20 it provided Tiësto with his 2nd-biggest hit of the decade.

895 22 16 Mariah Carey – #Beautiful (feat. Miguel) 10.4301

It's easy to forget that Mariah Carey did have a reasonably big hit this decade aside from her Christmas effort, with this being one of the decade's unluckiest top 20 misses. Helped by a feature from Miguel, although he has no other entries in the top 2010. It is also the highest song title to be prefaced by a hashtag, beating '#SELFIE' (#1096) and '#thatPOWER' (#994). We can be glad that trend never really took off beyond those three songs.

894 03 12 Kanye West & Lil Pump – I Love It 10.4444

Not long after the album 'ye' failed to produce any proper hits Kanye teamed up with Lil Pump for this novelty hit. It was to be Lil Pump's biggest with him losing relevance fast afterwards. His other hits of the decade were 'Arms Around You' (#1296) and 'Gucci Gang' (#1256).

893 03 13 DJ Khaled – No Brainer (feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo & Chance the Rapper) 10.4498

A year after getting a #1 all together on 'I'm the One' they decided to try and recreate it although sidelining Lil Wayne this time. It wasn't even half as big, however it was still DJ Khaled's third biggest hit.

892 11 20 Dean Lewis – Be Alright 10.4783

One hit wonder singer songwriters seemed to be a somewhat regular occurrence this decade. They don't usually come from Australia however.

891 06 15 Stormzy – Big For Your Boots 10.4999

Stormzy's 6th-biggest hit, it led the campaign for his #1 debut album.

890 17 16 Ellie Goulding and Diplo – Close To Me (feat. Swae Lee) 10.5104

The song that served as Ellie's lead to the current era, but who knows when the album is actually coming and if this will be on it? Assisted by Diplo and Swae Lee who have a few more to come each.

889 17 26 Andy Williams – It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year 10.5202

Another Christmas song now with this 1960s track finally reaching the top 20 a few years ago thanks to streaming.

888 06 22 Coldplay – Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall 10.5285

Leading their 'Mylo Xyloto' era it became their first top 10 hit of the decade.

887 18 29 The Script – The Man Who Can't Be Moved 10.5302

Another 00s leftover which got a few revivals thanks to iTunes price reductions and talent show performances. Danny of the band was a coach on The Voice UK which must have helped it somewhat too.

886 07 18 Kelly Clarkson – Heartbeat Song 10.5389

Leading 'Piece By Piece' this became Kelly's final top ten hit, and her 2nd-biggest of the decade.

885 16 19 Freya Ridings – Castles 10.5410

Freya's 2nd and most recent UK hit.

884 07 17 Bridgit Mendler – Ready Or Not 10.5872

The only hit of any description for Bridgit Mendler, although judging by this song I'd have preferred her to have none.

883 08 14 Louis Tomlinson – Back To You (feat. Bebe Rexha & Digital Farm Animals) 10.6018

This became Louis' 2nd-biggest hit outside of One Direction, it was also his last proper hit with only one other song briefly reaching the top 40 afterwards.

882 06 19 Timbaland – Carry Out (feat. Justin Timberlake) 10.6066

Before we got Katy Perry doing food puns Timbaland gave us this track at a time when he could still easily get hits.

881 13 16 Ava Max – So Am I 10.6134

Following her massive debut hit 'Sweet but Psycho' it remains her only other top 40 hit.

880 06 16 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Same Love (feat. Mary Lambert) 10.6237

Following two massive fun hits Macklemore decided to get serious with this track addressing homophobia. It is his 5th biggest hit.

879 04 17 Olly Murs – Thinking Of Me 10.6301

Following a #1 debut this is how he followed it up, and whilst not being quite as big it definitely helped him cement his popstar status which he held throughout most of the decade.

878 11 19 Sigala – Just Got Paid (feat. Ella Eyre, Meghan Trainor & French Montana) 10.6522

Sigala's final single release of the long build up to greatest hits collection debut album 'Brighter Days', it also gave Ella Eyre and Meghan Trainor their most recent chart hit to this day. It is Sigala's 6th-biggest hit out of 7 that appear in the top 1000, alongside 'Ain't Giving Up' (#1133), 'Give Me Your Love' (#1231) and 'We Got Love' (#1861) lower down.

877 13 16 Disclosure – Omen (feat. Sam Smith) 10.6537

After their failure to reach the top 40 with the first two singles of 'Caracal' they revealed their second Sam Smith collab 'Omen', which became their 3rd-biggest hit although still not half as big as 'Latch'.

876 11 19 Beyoncé – Run The World (Girls) 10.6543

Sampling Major Lazer, Beyoncé led her '4' era with feminist anthem 'Run the World' (although I wasn't a fan, go listen to 'Pon de Floor' instead). It is her 6th-biggest hit in this rundown.

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Angel - Wonderful was a BOP!
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Great to have Crying For No Reason, Be Alright and Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall in that section! Also love to see The Man Who Can't Be Moved in there, was aware it re-entered several times but didn't think it would make the top 1000, easily The Script's best song! wub.gif Kanye & Lil Pump being in here too laugh.gif

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Position / Peak / Weeks / Title / Points

875 20 24 Meghan Trainor - Dear Future Husband 10.6901

The third single from Title wasn’t as big as the two that preceded it, but did eventually climb into the top twenty in 2015 and becomes her fourth highest appearance in this countdown.

874 10 20 Swedish House Mafia - Save The World 10.6911

Here we have the first of five entries in the top 1000 for the Swedish trio (their other hit, Antidote, is at #1608). The first SHM single to feature vocals from John Martin (who also worked with Sebastian Ingrosso on Reload which is at #1241), this one reached the top ten in June 2011.

873 26 18 Hardy Caprio - Best Life (feat. One Acen) 10.7000

Hardy Caprio and One Acen’s team-up Unsigned was the 8th biggest song of the decade to miss the top 40, at #1236. They do make it in this time, however, with this summer 2018 hit that becomes the only top 1000 entry for both artists.

872 12 19 MK, Jonas Blue & Becky Hill - Back & Forth 10.7063

In a similar story, MK and Becky Hill’s collaboration Piece of Me missed out at #1111, but this 2018 team-up, with the addition of Jonas Blue, does grab a place in the top 1000.

871 19 21 P!nk - Just Like Fire 10.7101

In 2016, P!nk made this single for the soundtrack to the film Alice Through The Looking Glass.

870 20 18 Lorde - Green Light 10.7201

Lorde’s second highest appearance is with her most recent hit, taken from her second album Melodrama, from 2017.

869 18 18 ALMA - Chasing Highs 10.7203

The only hit to date for Finnish singer-songwriter ALMA came with this tropical pop track in summer 2017.

868 05 19 James Morrison - I Won’t Let You Go 10.7208

James Morrison is best known for his 2000s hits but he also managed to get a big success in 2011 with this ballad.

867 13 20 Cee-Lo Green - Bright Lights Bigger City 10.7229

Following the success of Forget You, this 2011 hit from the same album is his other top 1000 entry, with It’s OK missing out at #1507.

866 08 21 Ed Sheeran - Supermarket Flowers 10.7395

Ed’s emotional tribute to his late grandmother initially charted in 2017 as an album track on Divide but re-entered after he performed it at the BRIT Awards the following year.

865 02 20 Natalie La Rose - Somebody (feat. Jeremih) 10.7526

Dutch singer Natalie La Rose’s debut single, which featured Jeremih and interpolated Whitney Houston’s classic I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) in the chorus, reached number two in 2015.

864 01 17 Cheryl - Call My Name 10.7652

The first single for Cheryl’s third album A Million Lights was this dance-pop tune produced by Calvin Harris, and it went straight to number one in June 2012.

863 04 19 Blonde - All Cried Out (feat. Alex Newell) 10.7708

The first appearance in the list for the Bristol house duo is with their highest peaking single, but not their highest entry in this countdown. This song, which features Glee star Alex Newell, entered at number four when released in 2015 but spent less time in the top 40 than their other two hits.

862 26 38 The Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition 10.7800

By far the biggest hit for the Australian band, this had already been in the chart from August 2009 but continued its run into 2010 and re-entered a few times as well, most notably at #26 in 2012 after a performance on The Voice.

861 05 14 Maroon 5 - Memories 10.8006

15 years after the group claimed their first top ten hit with This Love, this became their 11th top ten hit in 2019. Still at #13 in this week’s chart, it’s safe to say this would be higher if it had more time.

860 10 26 Tom Odell - Another Love 10.8296

The biggest, and best, hit from West Sussex singer-songwriter Tom Odell was originally released in 2012 before becoming a top ten hit on re-release in June 2013. Tom’s only other appearance in the top 2010 is Real Love, from the 2014 John Lewis Christmas advert, at #1348.

859 21 23 Justin Bieber - Mistletoe 10.8400

Another Christmas song here, this time it’s the 2011 single from 17-year-old Justin Bieber.

858 01 13 Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do 10.8462

The lead single for her 2017 album Reputation spent two weeks at number one and broke various records at the time, including most-streamed song on Spotify in its first day and most-watched video on YouTube in the first 24 hours as well. This would be higher in the countdown if it hadn’t suffered from the combination of ACR and the three-track artist limit.

857 10 15 Shawn Mendes - In My Blood 10.8516

This was the lead single from his self-titled third studio album in 2018.

856 14 19 N-Dubz - Playing With Fire (feat. Mr Hudson) 10.8523

The highest appearance in the list for hip-hop trio N-Dubz is this tune that entered the chart in 2009 and continued its run long into 2010, spending a total of 25 weeks in the top 100 (19 in this decade).

855 15 17 The Script - Rain 10.8613

The only hit from the Irish band’s fifth album Freedom Child in 2017.

854 19 19 AJ Tracey - Butterflies (feat. Not3s) 10.8903

In summer 2018, this became the first top 40 hit for AJ Tracey, and by far the better one featuring Not3s (the other being Floss at #1868, which has MoStack in as well).

853 13 18 Jax Jones - Instruction (feat. Demi Lovato & Stefflon Don) 10.9030

The second hit for Jax Jones as lead artist which spent two months in the top 40 during summer 2017.

852 12 16 Katy Perry - Never Really Over 10.9198

Katy’s most recent hit, with production from Zedd, spent six weeks in the top 15 during summer 2019 but couldn’t quite reach the top ten.

851 05 15 Pitbull - Feel This Moment (feat. Christina Aguilera) 10.9414

This dance-pop track from Pitbull’s 2012 album Global Warming became a top five single in April 2013.

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Ooh nice to see Lorde has more than just the one song in this! 'Green Light' had a much better chart run than I remembered looking back (and could have been even better if the 3 track rule was in place then since its debut week was severely hampered by the 500 Ed Sheeran songs that debuted ahead of it tongue.gif)

It's been too long since the last time 'Sweet Disposition' had a resurgence (I see it was apparently last in the Spotify top 200 for a day in January last year).
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850 03 25 FAUL & Wad Ad vs. Pnau – Changes 10.9668

Released back in a time where wonderful dance songs like this with prominent sax could be hits, it became the only for all the artists involved.

849 02 14 Florence + The Machine & Dizzee Rascal – You Got The Dirtee Love 10.9691

One of the most memorable BRITs performances of the decade came from this unlikely pairing in 2010, mashing "'Dirtee Cash" with "You Got The Love". The live performance subsequently went to #2 after being released to iTunes.

848 01 16 Jason Derulo – Don't Wanna Go Home 10.9858

One of the worst #1s of its time came from Jason Derulo who sampled "Show Me Love" and "Day-O" for the lead to 2nd album "Future History".

847 05 17 Wiz Khalifa – Black And Yellow 10.9945

Wiz Khalifa's breakthrough single in 2011, and for a few years it was his only as a lead before "See You Again" sent him to #1.

846 14 16 Chris Brown – Next 2 You (feat. Justin Bieber) 11.0018

A collaboration that had eyes rolling, with a young Justin Bieber teaming up with Chris for this thankfully forgotten now 'effort'.

845 09 22 Plan B – Stay Too Long 11.0113

Following his feature on Chase & Status' big hit "End Credits" Plan B led his own second album with this. The album went on to be one of the biggest sellers of the decade.

844 04 13 Ed Sheeran – South of the Border (feat. Camila Cabello and Cardi B) 11.0124

Ed Sheeran will have many more appearances here, his most recent single does well to make it this high with an incomplete chart run however.

843 01 20 Aloe Blacc – The Man 11.0256

Aloe Blacc's more forgotten of his #1 hits, 'The Man' was lucky to beat John Legend's 'All of Me' to the top but finishes many hundreds of places lower in this chart.

842 03 16 Duck Sauce – Barbra Streisand 11.0278

The collab project of DJs Armand van Helden and A-Trak saw them get one big hit with this track inspired by Barbra Streisand although it is actually Boney M that they heavily sample on it.

841 04 24 Deorro & Chris Brown – Five More Hours 11.0807

Deorro's instrumental track 'Five Hours' saw him break through in a big way in the world of EDM. For its inevitable commercial push Chris Brown lent his vocal. Deorro never managed to get a 2nd hit in the UK but his follow-up 'Bailar' was very successful in Europe.

840 10 18 Sigrid – Strangers 11.0812

Following her win of "Sound of 2018" Sigrid's track "Strangers" quickly climbed up the charts eventually peaking at #10 in its 3rd week.

839 05 25 Enrique Iglesias – Tonight (I'm f***in' You) (feat. Ludacris & DJ Frank E) 11.0935

Before jumping on the reggaeton trend Enrique spent the first few years of the decade making generic club bangers like this.

838 10 19 PSY – Gentleman 11.0980

Following the massive hit "Gangnam Style" PSY managed to get himself one more hit with this track before he lost all his meme value.

837 12 19 Chris Brown – Questions 11.1159

Just as we thought Chris Brown had stopped being a hit making force, along came this forgettable track and its 'Turn Me On' sample to quickly send him back in the top 20 where he hadn't been for two years.

836 19 21 Hozier – Someone New 11.1302

Another act mostly known for one hit, but Hozier managed to follow it up with a reasonably sized second hit though it'd be his last.

835 04 17 Sigma – Glitterball (feat. Ella Henderson) 11.1344

After two #1s Sigma's luck had seemingly run out with their follow-up being a short-lived #12 hit ('Higher', #1836 in this list), but they managed to briefly turn it around getting one last top ten hit with this, helped by Ella Henderson whose massive 'Ghost' came out just over a year prior.

834 01 19 Ke$ha – We R Who We R 11.1344

Leading the deluxe edition of debut album "Animal" this track managed to go where "TiK ToK" couldn't and was her 2nd #1 after her Flo Rida feature. However she has 3 more songs still to come including TT, as well as her third and biggest #1.

833 03 15 Demi Lovato – Heart Attack 11.1367

It took many X Factor performances for her 'Skyscraper' to reach the top 10 but this which followed it up gave her a second top 10 hit with relative ease as well as leading her 4th album.

832 15 20 Raye – Decline (feat. Mr Eazi) 11.1408

Nearly a year after her big feature for Jax Jones, Raye finally got a hit as a lead artist with this track helped by its "Always On Time" sample, although she hasn't had a top 40 as a lead since.

831 02 14 K'naan – Wavin' Flag 11.1636

Following it being remixed to become one of the FIFA World Cup 2010 songs, this gave K'naan his only hit as a lead here.

830 01 16 Tulisa – Young 11.1643

Tulisa managed one big hit following the split of N-Dubz, which was released whilst she was an X Factor judge. Both of her follow-up top 20 hits were too short-lived to make the top 2010 however.

829 08 16 Lady Gaga – Judas 11.1662

Released as the 2nd single from "Born This Way", this was generally seen as an underperformance following the big lead single and her huge first era, but it did eventually get three weeks in the top 10 and the album went on to be a big seller.

828 01 20 Katy Perry – Part Of Me 11.1937

This gave Katy her third #1 after its release as the lead to the deluxe edition of "Teenage Dream", however it lacked the longevity enjoyed by many of her other singles including quite a few non-#1s. It is the 2nd of her 15 entries in this rundown.

827 13 22 Jessie J – Flashlight 11.2034

This track gave Jessie her final UK hit following the release of the film "Pitch Perfect 2" which this was written for. It is the first of 9 entries for her, which don't include the following:

#1062 - Who's Laughing Now
#1243 - It's My Party
#1540 - Thunder
#1718 - Up (w/ James Morrison)
#1837 - Calling All Hearts (w/ DJ Cassidy/Robin Thicke)


826 11 16 Mabel – Fine Line (feat. Not3s) 11.2119

This followed 'Finders Keepers' to become Mabel's 2nd hit single (as a lead). It is her 5th biggest hit on this metric so far (including her feature on 'My Lover' which the OCC don't count but I do).

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Only 5 songs from after 2015 in that set of 25 by my reckoning! Heart Attack was actually Demi's first Top 10 as Skyscraper only got there a few months later.
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825 02 19 Justin Bieber - Boyfriend 11.2155

The lead single for his Believe album entered the chart at number two in April 2012.

824 10 19 Dev - Bass Down Low (feat. The Cataracs) 11.2212

In 2011, this became the second top ten hit for both Dev and The Cataracs after their Far East Movement collaboration Like A G6.

823 01 13 Matt Cardle - When We Collide 11.2298

Only finishing 142 places higher than the original Many of Horror by Biffy Clyro is this X Factor winner’s single for Matt Cardle which became the Christmas number one in 2010.

822 05 21 Usher - Scream 11.2320

The biggest hit from Usher’s album Looking 4 Myself (Climax, despite having a higher peak, only reached #1500) was this top five single in summer 2012 produced by Max Martin and Shellback.

821 05 13 Post Malone - Goodbyes (feat. Young Thug) 11.2347

This was the third of four top ten hits on his 2019 album Hollywood’s Bleeding, and its chart run was cut short by the combination of ACR and the three-track artist limit so that the week after it was at #23, it rather bizarrely dropped out of the top 100 where it would have been #27 otherwise. That week alone would have put this song up another 61 places in this list, let alone the other weeks it missed out on.

820 03 19 Wiley - Can You Hear Me? (Ayayaya) (feat. Skepta, JME & Ms D) 11.2352

Following their number one single Heatwave earlier in the year, Wiley and Ms D had another big hit near the end of 2012 with this track that also featured Skepta and JME.

819 19 23 Silentó - Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) 11.2402

In 2015, the video for this went viral and it became a chart hit as a result.

818 05 14 Katy Perry - Chained To The Rhythm (feat. Skip Marley) 11.2447

The lead single for Katy’s 2017 album Witness remains her most recent top ten hit as lead artist (although she had a number one as a feature).

817 09 18 Jennifer Lopez - I’m Into You (feat. Lil Wayne) 11.2665

In summer 2011, Jennifer Lopez had two songs in the top 40 simultaneously as this reached the top ten whilst her huge success On The Floor was still around.

816 03 19 Kylie Minogue - All The Lovers 11.3046

Kylie’s most recent top ten single as lead artist came in 2010 with this being the lead single for her Aphrodite album.

815 09 18 Charlie Puth - How Long 11.3065

The most recent top 40 hit for Charlie Puth was this top ten single in late 2017, although Done For Me with Kehlani still appears in this list at #1554 despite missing the top 40.

814 01 17 Gabrielle Aplin - The Power Of Love 11.3167

After being used in the 2012 John Lewis Christmas advert, this beautiful Frankie Goes To Hollywood cover followed in the footsteps of the original by becoming a December number one. 2018 X Factor winner Dalton Harris failed to repeat this though, with his cover only reaching number four and finishing at #1987 in this countdown.

813 07 17 Taylor Swift - Everything Has Changed (feat. Ed Sheeran) 11.3399

This folk-pop ballad went into the top ten in June 2013 before spending the rest of the summer in the top 40.

812 05 22 Avicii - You Make Me 11.3571

This became Avicii’s fourth top ten hit of 2013 when it entered at number five in September that year.

811 27 28 Maroon 5 - Animals 11.3600

The third of five top 40 tracks from Maroon 5’s 5th album V in 2014. It only peaked at #27 but spent more than half a year in the top 100.

810 12 20 Labrinth - Express Yourself 11.3653

One of Labrinth’s five hit singles from his 2012 album Electronic Earth, but this was the only one that missed the top ten.

809 25 25 Shakka - Man Down (feat. AlunaGeorge) 11.3700

Shakka’s only top 1000 appearance (with his features on Wretch 32’s Blackout at #1761 and Artists For Grenfell’s Bridge Over Troubled Water at #1658) is this track with AlunaGeorge in 2018.

808 02 18 Calvin Harris - Let’s Go (feat. Ne-Yo) 11.3707

Another of his seven number two singles this decade, this one featured Ne-Yo and was kept off the top spot in 2012 by the same song that denied Boyfriend earlier in this section.

807 24 21 Loren Allred - Never Enough 11.3800

From The Greatest Showman soundtrack, this song entered the chart at its peak position of #24 in March 2018. It was blocked from entering the chart before that because of the three-track artist cap again, but eventually charted when Rewrite The Stars and The Greatest Show went to ACR.

806 08 17 Liam Payne & Rita Ora - For You (Fifty Shades Freed) 11.3991

Another song from a film soundtrack, this was for the third and final part of the Fifty Shades trilogy in 2018. Although it was the biggest hit from Fifty Shades Freed, it finishes lower than the biggest hits from the previous two films (Love Me Like You Do from Fifty Shades of Grey and I Don’t Wanna Live Forever from Fifty Shades Darker).

805 13 16 Louisa Johnson - So Good 11.4249

The second highest appearance in this countdown (and highest as lead artist) for 2015 X Factor winner Louisa Johnson is this hit from late 2016.

804 02 15 Louis Tomlinson & Steve Aoki - Just Hold On 11.4317

Also from late 2016, this is the biggest solo hit for Louis Tomlinson and the biggest for Steve Aoki too.

803 08 22 Jessie J - Who You Are 11.4595

One of many hits for Jessie J in 2011, this reached the top ten after she performed it on the X Factor Results show.

802 08 20 Alexandra Burke - Broken Heels 11.4619

A hit at the very start of the decade (entering in the legendary Christmas chart 2009), this reached the top ten in January 2010.

801 01 23 Dappy - No Regrets 11.4648

Just falling short of the top 800 is Dappy’s debut solo single after N-Dubz parted ways. This went straight to number one when released in September 2011, and it’s easy to see why with the choir and THAT key change.

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800 20 21 Christine and the Queens – Tilted 11.4901

An unlikely hit for Christine came in 2016 with this English version of her track 'Christine', although it remains her only so far.

799 01 18 Ben Haenow – Something I Need 11.5233

Following his X Factor win this became yet another Christmas number one for the XF brand although it would be one of only two hits for Ben – his other 'Second Hand Heart' peaked at #21 and is at #1684 in this countdown.

798 04 20 Silk City & Dua Lipa – Electricity (feat. Diplo & Mark Ronson) 11.5242

The collab project of Diplo & Mark Ronson gave us one hit single with this track with Dua Lipa which perhaps inspired her to make the disco influenced 'Don't Start Now' as well.

797 15 19 Blonde & Craig David – Nothing Like This 11.5425

The second of three hits for Blonde in this rundown although it was the last song of theirs that charted, helped by Craig David who had recently had a big comeback.

796 01 18 KDA – Turn The Music Louder (Rumble) (feat. Tinie Tempah and Katy B) 11.5626

KDA's only hit single which just about managed to take advantage of having a held back release to make #1, also giving Katy B her only #1 and Tinie his last.

795 01 18 Ne-Yo – Beautiful Monster 11.5634

Ne-Yo's 3rd #1, and first of three in the 2010s. He has 4 tracks still to feature including the other two of his #1s.

794 03 20 Professor Green – I Need You Tonight (feat. Ed Drewett) 11.5948

Professor Green's debut hit which ended up being his 2nd-biggest. Completing his personal top 5 are 'Remedy' (#1307), 'Just Be Good To Green' (#1311) and 'Lullaby' (#1372).

793 08 18 Wilkinson – Afterglow (feat. Becky Hill) 11.6010

Wilkinson's breakthrough hit, and the only to feature in the top 2010. It was also the first for Becky Hill, although she went uncredited at the time.

792 01 16 The Saturdays – What About Us (feat. Sean Paul) 11.6051

The Saturdays finally got the #1 they and the fanbase had wanted for years with this in 2013. It is however only their 3rd biggest hit on this metric outdone by two tracks which peaked toward the opposite end of the top 10. Completing their top five are 'Missing You' (#1120) and 'Notorious' (#1127).

791 05 18 Aggro Santos – Candy (feat. Kimberly Wyatt) 11.6058

Aggro Santos was a briefly popular rapper at the start of the decade, getting 3 hits although his first was the only with significant longevity. His only other entry in the top 2010 is 'Like U Like' at #1931.

790 03 22 The Black Eyed Peas – Meet Me Halfway 11.6201

A #1 hit in 2009, this continued to smash into 2010 and ends up as their 4th-biggest in this rundown as they went on hiatus for most of the decade. 'Don't Stop The Party' completes their top five at #1018. 'Rock That Body' was also a near-miss at #1035.

789 08 18 JLS – Eyes Wide Shut (feat. Tinie Tempah) 11.6290

Being a post-album single this only managed a #8 peak, but it beats all but one of their #1s of the decade and ends up as their 3rd-biggest here.

788 01 17 will.i.am – It's My Birthday (feat. Cody Wise) 11.6303

will.i.am had a very successful first half of the decade but that seemed to abruptly end after this which became his final #1 (and his least deserving of those). He has 6 entries left to come as a solo artist.

787 05 16 David Guetta – 2U (feat. Justin Bieber) 11.6560

David Guetta's team-up with Justin Bieber didn't produce the #1 many suspected but it was still a reasonably sized hit. Both still have too many to count entries left.

786 04 15 Ariana Grande – God Is A Woman 11.6564

Released as the 2nd single from Sweetener this gave Ariana another reasonably big hit. It is however only her 12th-highest in this rundown.

785 04 17 DJ Fresh – Gravity (feat. Ella Eyre) 11.6602

DJ Fresh got one last proper hit as a lead with this track before going on to assist Sigala in 'Say You Do' the following year.

784 01 19 David Guetta – Lovers On The Sun (feat. Sam Martin) 11.6614

Another David Guetta track and the first of his #1s to drop out. It is comfortably beaten by his other Sam Martin collab despite that only managing a #5 peak.

783 04 19 McFly – Shine A Light (feat. Taio Cruz) 11.6779

McFly had most of their success in the 00s but managed to get one last proper big hit in 2010 with help from Taio Cruz. Their other entries lower down are 'Love Is Easy' (#1358) and 'Party Girl' (#1856).

782 10 20 Pitbull – International Love (feat. Chris Brown) 11.6878

Back during Pitbull's peak era Chris Brown helped him get another top ten, his first of 2012.

781 22 24 David Guetta & Showtek – Bad (feat. Vassy) 11.7100

David Guetta again this time alongside big room production duo Showtek whose only other hit 'Booyah' is at #1161.

780 27 25 Pitbull – Time Of Our Lives (feat. Ne-Yo) 11.7200

Pitbull's final hit came in 2015, and also his second that featured Ne-Yo, although it didn't do half as well as 'Give Me Everything' it had surprisingly good longevity and is still his 2nd-most popular track on Spotify.

779 19 23 Katy Perry – Swish Swish (feat. Nicki Minaj) 11.7201

Katy Perry's 3rd single from 'Witness', although a US flop it just about manages to be her biggest in the UK by this metric, with 'Chained' at #818 and 'Bon Appetit' way down at #1714.

778 12 21 Tinie Tempah – Wonderman (feat. Ellie Goulding) 11.7344

Tinie's 6th single from his debut album (if you include the SHM collab), although it managed to out-do his 5th 'Invincible' here (#1078).

777 15 23 Sam Smith – Lay Me Down 11.7410

Serving as the fifth single from Sam's debut album it was the only to miss the top 10 thanks to the OCC being inconsistent and not combining it sales with those of the remix released for Comic Relief featuring John Legend (which despite making #1, only makes it to #1205 in this rundown as it had less longevity).

776 07 18 One Direction – Night Changes 11.7413

One Direction's 12th-highest track in this rundown, which was their 2nd single from 'Four'.

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Christine And The Queens did get 2 more top 100 hits with 'Girlfriend' and 'Gone' (w/ Charli XCX)! 'Tilted' still her only top 40 though ofc.

I totally forgot that 'It's My Birthday' was a #1. Iconic tbh
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