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post Oct 5 2016, 12:23 AM
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We’re three quarters of the way through 2016 already, and as we race toward the end of the year, Official Charts can now reveal the official biggest songs of the last nine months.

Out in front at Number 1 on the rundown, which is based on combined digital, physical and streaming equivalent sales, is Drake’s One Dance, feat. Wizkid and Kyla.

It’s no surprised to see the Canadian star’s debut chart-topper lead the way – One Dance was a monster hit, ruling the Number 1 spot for an incredible 15 weeks over the summer, equalling Wet Wet Wet’s stint with Love Is All Around in 1994.

To date, its combined chart sales stand at 1.695m, which includes 504,600 downloads and a whopping 119m streams. As well as also being the most streamed song of the year to date, One Dance also takes the trophy for the biggest one-week combined sales figure for a Number 1 single of the year so far, notching up 140,000 during its fourth week at the top in April.

Up in second it’s another huge chart-topper, Lukas Graham’s 7 Years, which spent five weeks at Number 1 in February and March and has racked up 1.402 million combined chart sales. The track finishes top on the sales-only Top 10 (posted below), with 613,000 downloads so far this year.

In third place, it’s Mike Posner’s I Took A Pill In Ibiza (Seeb remix). The singer-songwriter’s massive comeback track spent four weeks at the summit in March/April and has notched up combined sales of 1.292m so far.

Sia’s Cheap Thrills, which spent a month at Number 2 in April, lands in fourth place (1.281m chart sales) and Calvin Harris and Rihanna’s This is What You Came For, which spent two weeks at Number 2 in May, lands fifth, with a tally of 1.112 million.

Meanwhile, Zara Larsson’s Lush Life, which scored 13 weeks in the Top 10 between February and May, is sixth biggest song of 2016 so far (1.07 million), and Rihanna and Drake appear again in seventh place with Work (1.063m chart sales).

Despite being only released 10 weeks ago, Cold Water, the former Number 1 from Major Lazer, Justin Bieber and MŲ, makes a showing at 23, with 734,000 chart sales, and another recent chart-topper, Closer, from Chainsmokers feat. Halsey, peeks its head round the door at 34 (577,700 chart sales).

The Official Top 40 Biggest Songs of 2016 so far are...
POS TITLE ARTIST PEAK
1 ONE DANCE DRAKE FT WIZKID & KYLA 1 (1,695,000)
2 7 YEARS LUKAS GRAHAM 1 (1,402,000)
3 I TOOK A PILL IN IBIZA MIKE POSNER 1 (1,292,000)
4 CHEAP THRILLS SIA 2 (1,281,000)
5 THIS IS WHAT YOU CAME FOR CALVIN HARRIS FT RIHANNA 2 (1,112,000)
6 LUSH LIFE ZARA LARSSON 3 (1,070,000)
7 WORK RIHANNA FT DRAKE 2 (1,063,000)
8 LOVE YOURSELF JUSTIN BIEBER 1
9 STITCHES SHAWN MENDES 1
10 FAST CAR JONAS BLUE & DAKOTA 2
11 WORK FROM HOME FIFTH HARMONY FT TY DOLLA SIGN 2
12 CAN'T STOP THE FEELING JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE 2
13 SORRY JUSTIN BIEBER 1
14 LIGHT IT UP MAJOR LAZER FT NYLA 7
15 DANCING ON MY OWN CALUM SCOTT 2
16 PILLOWTALK ZAYN 1
17 TOO GOOD DRAKE FT RIHANNA 3
18 HYMN FOR THE WEEKEND COLDPLAY 6
19 CAKE BY THE OCEAN DNCE 4
20 DON'T LET ME DOWN CHAINSMOKERS FT DAYA 2
21 THIS GIRL KUNGS VS COOKIN' ON 3 BURNERS 2
22 GIRLS LIKE TINIE TEMPAH FT ZARA LARSSON 5
23 COLD WATER MAJOR LAZER/JUSTIN BIEBER/MO 1 (734,000)
24 FADED ALAN WALKER 7
25 NO MONEY GALANTIS 4
26 STRESSED OUT TWENTY ONE PILOTS 12
27 WHAT DO YOU MEAN JUSTIN BIEBER 1
28 I HATE U I LOVE U GNASH FT OLIVIA O'BRIEN 7
29 ALL MY FRIENDS SNAKEHIPS FT TINASHE & CHANCE 5
30 TEARS CLEAN BANDIT FT LOUISA JOHNSON 5
31 PERFECT STRANGERS JONAS BLUE FT JP COOPER 2
32 PANDA DESIIGNER 7
33 SECRET LOVE SONG LITTLE MIX FT JASON DERULO 6
34 CLOSER CHAINSMOKERS FT HALSEY 1 (577,700)
35 ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME COLDPLAY 7
36 HISTORY ONE DIRECTION 6
37 ME MYSELF & I G-EAZY FT BEBE REXHA 13
38 TREAT YOU BETTER SHAWN MENDES 6
39 MIDDLE DJ SNAKE FT BIPOLAR SUNSHINE 10
40 HELLO ADELE 1

The Top 10 Biggest Selling Songs of 2016 so far (sales only):
1 7 YEARS LUKAS GRAHAM 1 (613,000)
2 ONE DANCE DRAKE FT WIZKID & KYLA 1 (504,600)
3 CAN'T STOP THE FEELING JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE 2
4 I TOOK A PILL IN IBIZA MIKE POSNER 1
5 CHEAP THRILLS SIA 2
6 THIS IS WHAT YOU CAME FOR CALVIN HARRIS FT RIHANNA 2
7 DANCING ON MY OWN CALUM SCOTT 2
8 STITCHES SHAWN MENDES 1
9 FAST CAR JONAS BLUE & DAKOTA 2
10 LOVE YOURSELF JUSTIN BIEBER 1

The Top 10 Most Streamed Songs of 2016 so far:
1 ONE DANCE DRAKE FT WIZKID & KYLA 1 (119m)
2 I TOOK A PILL IN IBIZA MIKE POSNER 1
3 CHEAP THRILLS SIA 2
4 7 YEARS LUKAS GRAHAM 1 (78.9m)
5 WORK RIHANNA FT DRAKE 2
6 LUSH LIFE ZARA LARSSON 3
7 LOVE YOURSELF JUSTIN BIEBER 1
8 THIS IS WHAT YOU CAME FOR CALVIN HARRIS FT RIHANNA 2
9 FAST CAR JONAS BLUE & DAKOTA 2
10 SORRY JUSTIN BIEBER 1
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post Oct 5 2016, 07:54 PM
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marvellous stuff ~ i 💜 the streaming revolution yahoo.gif

*.* wow 7 streaming only million sellers already in 2016~ cheer.gif
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post Oct 6 2016, 03:04 AM
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The Top 10 Biggest Selling Songs of 2016 so far (sales only):
1 7 YEARS LUKAS GRAHAM 1 (613,000)


So if it stays below 625,000 this would be the lowest selling annual number one this century (beating 'Where is the Love', 2003), possibly of all time - certainly since the 70s.
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QUOTE(btljs @ Oct 6 2016, 05:04 AM) *
So if it stays below 625,000 this would be the lowest selling annual number one this century (beating 'Where is the Love', 2003), possibly of all time - certainly since the 70s.


oh wow but are they going to announce that considering streaming now is part of official chart?
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