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The Official Top 40 biggest songs of 2020 so far

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As we head into the final quarter of 2020, OfficialCharts.com can reveal that UK’s biggest song of the year so far is The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights.

The Canadian singer-songwriter’s mega hit leads the way on the year-to-date Official Singles Chart with 1.89 million chart sales, made up of 177,000 downloads and 211 million streams.

Blinding Lights spent eight weeks at Number 1 between February and April and features on his fourth studio album After Hours, which topped the Official Albums Chart in March.

At Number 2 is Tones & I's Dance Monkey which, despite first hitting the Official Chart last August, has continued to prove a powerhouse throughout 2020, logging 34 weeks inside the Top 40 since January. Its chart sales this year stand at 1.39 million, 2.5 million in total.

Dua Lipa’s hugely successful year is represented with three entries in the year-to-date Top 40 singles: Don’t Start Now at 4, Physical at 14, and Break My Heart at 37.

Other artists with multiple entries in the Top 40 are Lewis Capaldi with Before You Go (5), Someone You Loved (7), Bruises (23); and Harry Styles with summer hit Watermelon Sugar (12), Adore You (13), and Falling (36).

British DJ and producer Joel Corry cements his impressive run of form, landing two entries in the singles list with huge 2020 hits: Top 5 single Lonely is at 11, while seven-week Number 1 smash Head & Heart ft. MNEK is at 15.

Other chart-toppers from this year in the list are DaBaby’s Rockstar ft. Roddy Ricch (6), Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat) by 17-year-old New Zealand producer Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo (17), Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande’s Rain On Me (20), Drake’s Toosie Slide (22), and Eminem’s Godzilla ft. Juice Wrld (24).

Elsewhere, Zimbabwean-born British rapper S1mba places at 16 with his breakout hit Rover ft. DTG, a Top 5 hit in June. Megan Thee Stallion’s Savage – which peaked at Number 3 in May following a remix with Beyonce – is at 31, and British singer-songwriter Becky Hill bows at 40 with her Top 20 hit Better Off Without You ft. Shift K3y.

The Official Top 40 Biggest Songs of 2020 so far
TITLE ARTIST PEAK
1 BLINDING LIGHTS WEEKND 1
2 DANCE MONKEY TONES & I 1
3 ROSES SAINT JHN 1
4 DON'T START NOW DUA LIPA 2
5 BEFORE YOU GO LEWIS CAPALDI 1
6 ROCKSTAR DABABY FT RODDY RICCH 1
7 SOMEONE YOU LOVED LEWIS CAPALDI 1
8 OWN IT STORMZY/ED SHEERAN/BURNA BOY 1
9 THE BOX RODDY RICCH 2
10 SAY SO DOJA CAT 2
11 LONELY JOEL CORRY 4
12 WATERMELON SUGAR HARRY STYLES 4
13 ADORE YOU HARRY STYLES 7
14 PHYSICAL DUA LIPA 3
15 HEAD & HEART JOEL CORRY FT MNEK 1
16 ROVER S1MBA FT DTG 3
17 SAVAGE LOVE (LAXED - SIREN BEAT) JAWSH 685 & JASON DERULO 1
18 DEATH BED POWFU FT BEABADOOBEE 4
19 BREAKING ME TOPIC FT A7S 3
20 RAIN ON ME LADY GAGA & ARIANA GRANDE 1
21 LIFE IS GOOD FUTURE FT DRAKE 3
22 TOOSIE SLIDE DRAKE 1
23 BRUISES LEWIS CAPALDI 6
24 GODZILLA EMINEM FT JUICE WRLD 1
25 EVERYTHING I WANTED BILLIE EILISH 3
26 ROXANNE ARIZONA ZERVAS 4
27 BAD GUY BILLIE EILISH 2
28 INTENTIONS JUSTIN BIEBER FT QUAVO 8
29 MEMORIES MAROON 5 5
30 RAIN AITCH/AJ TRACEY/TAY KEITH 3
31 SAVAGE MEGAN THEE STALLION 3
32 FLOWERS NATHAN DAWE FT JAYKAE 12
33 RIDE IT REGARD 2
34 BLUEBERRY FAYGO LIL MOSEY 9
35 YOU SHOULD BE SAD HALSEY 12
36 FALLING HARRY STYLES 15
37 BREAK MY HEART DUA LIPA 6
38 THIS CITY SAM FISCHER 16
39 DINNER GUEST AJ TRACEY FT MOSTACK 5
40 BETTER OFF WITHOUT YOU BECKY HILL FT SHIFT K3Y 14

©2020 Official Charts Company. All rights reserved.
This chart is compiled taking in sales and streaming equivalent sales.

The Official Top 40 most-streamed songs of 2020 so far
TITLE ARTIST PEAK
1 BLINDING LIGHTS WEEKND 1
2 DANCE MONKEY TONES & I 1
3 ROSES SAINT JHN 1
4 DON'T START NOW DUA LIPA 2
5 ROCKSTAR DABABY FT RODDY RICCH 1
6 BEFORE YOU GO LEWIS CAPALDI 1
7 THE BOX RODDY RICCH 2
8 SOMEONE YOU LOVED LEWIS CAPALDI 1
9 OWN IT STORMZY/ED SHEERAN/BURNA BOY 1
10 LIFE IS GOOD FUTURE FT DRAKE 3
11 SAY SO DOJA CAT 2
12 ROVER S1MBA FT DTG 3
13 LONELY JOEL CORRY 4
14 ADORE YOU HARRY STYLES 7
15 WATERMELON SUGAR HARRY STYLES 4
16 PHYSICAL DUA LIPA 3
17 HEAD & HEART JOEL CORRY FT MNEK 1
18 DEATH BED POWFU FT BEABADOOBEE 4
19 SAVAGE LOVE (LAXED - SIREN BEAT) JAWSH 685 & JASON DERULO 1
20 TOOSIE SLIDE DRAKE 1
21 GODZILLA EMINEM FT JUICE WRLD 1
22 BRUISES LEWIS CAPALDI 6
23 RAIN ON ME LADY GAGA & ARIANA GRANDE 1
24 RAIN AITCH/AJ TRACEY/TAY KEITH 3
25 ROXANNE ARIZONA ZERVAS 4
26 BREAKING ME TOPIC FT A7S 3
27 BLUEBERRY FAYGO LIL MOSEY 9
28 EVERYTHING I WANTED BILLIE EILISH 3
29 BAD GUY BILLIE EILISH 2
30 INTENTIONS JUSTIN BIEBER FT QUAVO 8
31 MEMORIES MAROON 5 5
32 BABY SHARK PINKFONG 6
33 SAVAGE MEGAN THEE STALLION 3
34 RIDE IT REGARD 2
35 FLOWERS NATHAN DAWE FT JAYKAE 12
36 I DON'T CARE ED SHEERAN & JUSTIN BIEBER 1
37 BREAK MY HEART DUA LIPA 6
38 DON'T RUSH YOUNG T & BUGSEY FT HEADIE ONE 19
39 CIRCLES POST MALONE 3
40 DINNER GUEST AJ TRACEY FT MOSTACK 5

©2020 Official Charts Company. All rights reserved.
This chart is compiled taking in audio and video streams combined.

The Official Top 40 best-selling songs of 2020 so far
TITLE ARTIST PEAK
1 BLINDING LIGHTS WEEKND 1
2 TIMES LIKE THESE (BBC RADIO 1 STAY HOME) LIVE LOUNGE ALLSTARS 1
3 YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE MICHAEL BALL/CAPTAIN TOM MOORE 1
4 DANCE MONKEY TONES & I 1
5 ROSES SAINT JHN 1
6 BEFORE YOU GO LEWIS CAPALDI 1
7 SAVAGE LOVE (LAXED - SIREN BEAT) JAWSH 685 & JASON DERULO 1
8 PHYSICAL DUA LIPA 3
9 HEAD & HEART JOEL CORRY FT MNEK 1
10 RAIN ON ME LADY GAGA & ARIANA GRANDE 1
11 BREAKING ME TOPIC FT A7S 3
12 DON'T START NOW DUA LIPA 2
13 ADORE YOU HARRY STYLES 7
14 NO TIME TO DIE BILLIE EILISH 1
15 KINGS & QUEENS AVA MAX 19
16 SAY SO DOJA CAT 2
17 FALLING HARRY STYLES 15
18 WATERMELON SUGAR HARRY STYLES 4
19 DEATH BED POWFU FT BEABADOOBEE 4
20 SOMEONE YOU LOVED LEWIS CAPALDI 1
21 LONELY JOEL CORRY 4
22 DYNAMITE BTS 3
23 MEMORIES MAROON 5 5
24 DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT JUBEL FT NEIMY 11
25 ROCKSTAR DABABY FT RODDY RICCH 1
26 OWN IT STORMZY/ED SHEERAN/BURNA BOY 1
27 BREAK UP SONG LITTLE MIX 9
28 STUPID LOVE LADY GAGA 5
29 BETTER OFF WITHOUT YOU BECKY HILL FT SHIFT K3Y 14
30 LIGHTER NATHAN DAWE FT KSI 3
31 EVERYTHING I WANTED BILLIE EILISH 3
32 BAD GUY BILLIE EILISH 2
33 IF THE WORLD WAS ENDING JP SAXE FT JULIA MICHAELS 14
34 PUMP IT UP ENDOR 8
35 THIS CITY SAM FISCHER 16
36 WHAT A MAN GOTTA DO JONAS BROTHERS 22
37 SECRETS REGARD & RAYE 6
38 SAVAGE MEGAN THEE STALLION 3
39 FLOWERS NATHAN DAWE FT JAYKAE 12
40 MIDNIGHT SKY MILEY CYRUS 10

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The Official Top 40 biggest albums of 2020 so far

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Despite a healthy 30 albums reaching Number 1 this year, it’s Lewis Capaldi’s 2019 debut that continues to prove UK’s favourite album of 2020.

Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent recent topped 1 million chart sales in the UK, including 376,000 from this year. The album, which has logged 10 weeks at Number 1 – including four this year - has yet to exit the Top 10 since its release in May last year.

Meanwhile, Harry Styles’ second studio album Fine Line – released December 2019 - is currently the UK’s second-biggest album of the year, with 219,000 chart sales (289,000 in total). The record climbs two places up the year-to-date list since the last quarter, boosted by the success of Top 5 summer smash Watermelon Sugar.

The UK’s biggest album released this year is Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia (195k), in fourth place. Dua’s second album, which was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize, logged four weeks at Number 1 across April and May.

The UK’s biggest debut album of 2020 so far is the current Official Albums Chart Number 1 - Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon by late US rapper Pop Smoke (120k), ranking 13th on the year-to-date chart.

Other big chart-topping albums released this year on the list include Lady Gaga’s Chromatica (14), Taylor Swift’s three-week leader Folklore (16), J Hus’ Big Conspiracy (17), The Weeknd’s After Hours (19), posthumous Juice Wrld album Legends Never Die (26), and BTS’ Map Of The Soul – 7 (32).

Several popular greatest hits albums also feature in the year-to-date rundown, led by Elton John’s Diamonds at Number 8, while Queen’s Greatest Hits (9) and Fleetwood Mac’s 50 Years – Don’t Stop (10) also feature in the Top 10.

Martin Talbot, chief executive, Official Charts Company said: "As we head into the final quarter of 2020, one thing that has kept music fans spirits up through this extraordinary period has been the continual turnover of new hits and great albums.

"To date this year, we have seen 45 new Number 1 singles and albums, including fantastic releases by the likes of Dua Lipa, Liam Gallagher, The 1975, Blossoms, among many others – all of them acting as a powerful antidote against the dispiriting mood of the times.”

The Official Top 40 biggest albums of 2020 so far
TITLE ARTIST PEAK
1 DIVINELY UNINSPIRED TO A HELLISH EXTENT LEWIS CAPALDI 1
2 FINE LINE HARRY STYLES 3
3 WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO BILLIE EILISH 1
4 FUTURE NOSTALGIA DUA LIPA 1
5 HEAVY IS THE HEAD STORMZY 1
6 NO 6 COLLABORATIONS PROJECT ED SHEERAN 1
7 MUSIC TO BE MURDERED BY EMINEM 1
8 DIAMONDS ELTON JOHN 5
9 GREATEST HITS QUEEN 1
10 50 YEARS - DON'T STOP FLEETWOOD MAC 5
11 DIVIDE ED SHEERAN 1
12 HOLLYWOOD'S BLEEDING POST MALONE 1
13 SHOOT FOR THE STARS AIM FOR THE MOON POP SMOKE 1
14 CHROMATICA LADY GAGA 1
15 HIGH EXPECTATIONS MABEL 3
16 FOLKLORE TAYLOR SWIFT 1
17 BIG CONSPIRACY J HUS 1
18 RUMOURS FLEETWOOD MAC 1
19 AFTER HOURS WEEKND 1
20 DON'T SMILE AT ME BILLIE EILISH 12
21 LEGEND BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS 1
22 DUA LIPA DUA LIPA 3
23 GET TO KNOW BECKY HILL 20
24 GOLD - GREATEST HITS ABBA 1
25 TIME FLIES - 1994-2009 OASIS 1
26 LEGENDS NEVER DIE JUICE WRLD 1
27 CURTAIN CALL - THE HITS EMINEM 1
28 WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE TOM WALKER 1
29 SNACKS JAX JONES 9
30 LOVER TAYLOR SWIFT 1
31 1 BEATLES 1
32 MAP OF THE SOUL - 7 BTS 1
33 WHAT'S THE STORY MORNING GLORY OASIS 1
34 LEGACY DAVID BOWIE 5
35 STAYING AT TAMARA'S GEORGE EZRA 1
36 ROUGH AND ROWDY WAYS BOB DYLAN 1
37 RARE SELENA GOMEZ 2
38 PSYCHODRAMA DAVE 1
39 THE BONNY GERRY CINNAMON 1
40 NUMBER ONES MICHAEL JACKSON 1

©2020 Official Charts Company. All rights reserved.
This chart is compiled taking in physical sales, digital downloads and streaming equivalent sales.

The Official Top 40 most-streamed albums of 2020 so far
TITLE ARTIST PEAK
1 DIVINELY UNINSPIRED TO A HELLISH EXTENT LEWIS CAPALDI 1
2 FINE LINE HARRY STYLES 3
3 NO 6 COLLABORATIONS PROJECT ED SHEERAN 1
4 WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO BILLIE EILISH 1
5 HEAVY IS THE HEAD STORMZY 1
6 FUTURE NOSTALGIA DUA LIPA 1
7 50 YEARS - DON'T STOP FLEETWOOD MAC 5
8 HOLLYWOOD'S BLEEDING POST MALONE 1
9 SHOOT FOR THE STARS AIM FOR THE MOON POP SMOKE 1
10 DIVIDE ED SHEERAN 1
11 GREATEST HITS QUEEN 1
12 DIAMONDS ELTON JOHN 5
13 HIGH EXPECTATIONS MABEL 3
14 BIG CONSPIRACY J HUS 1
15 MUSIC TO BE MURDERED BY EMINEM 1
16 GET TO KNOW BECKY HILL 20
17 TIME FLIES - 1994-2009 OASIS 1
18 DUA LIPA DUA LIPA 3
19 LEGENDS NEVER DIE JUICE WRLD 1
20 DON'T SMILE AT ME BILLIE EILISH 12
21 SNACKS JAX JONES 9
22 CURTAIN CALL - THE HITS EMINEM 1
23 AFTER HOURS WEEKND 1
24 GOLD - GREATEST HITS ABBA 1
25 1 BEATLES 1
26 FOLKLORE TAYLOR SWIFT 1
27 RUMOURS FLEETWOOD MAC 3
28 LOVER TAYLOR SWIFT 1
29 LEGEND BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS 1
30 PSYCHODRAMA DAVE 1
31 NUMBER ONES MICHAEL JACKSON 1
32 QUESTION MARK XXXTENTACION 3
33 GOODBYE & GOOD RIDDANCE JUICE WRLD 25
34 WHAT'S THE STORY MORNING GLORY OASIS 1
35 STAYING AT TAMARA'S GEORGE EZRA 1
36 LEGACY DAVID BOWIE 5
37 SCORPION DRAKE 1
38 X ED SHEERAN 1
39 BEERBONGS & BENTLEYS POST MALONE 1
40 DISSIMULATION KSI 2

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I can’t believe an ABBA album from 30 years ago has been streamed more times this year than Lady Gaga’s new one biggrin.gif
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I’m shocked to see that Everyday Life is nowhere to be found ohmy.gif

Does anyone know roughly how much Coldplay have managed to shift of their latest effort? I know that it debuted with 81,000 sales/stream equivalent sales at the back end of last year and wondered if it had reached platinum yet.
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'Everyday Life' had sold 237k before it left the larger top 200 chart in April. With sales well below 1,000 a week I doubt it has now sold much more than 250k.
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Oasis' 25 year old studio album in the top 40 of 2020 *.* when will your faves?
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And that's before the 25th anniversary re-release!
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QUOTE(Robbie @ Oct 9 2020, 09:04 AM) *
'Everyday Life' had sold 237k before it left the larger top 200 chart in April. With sales well below 1,000 a week I doubt it has now sold much more than 250k.


Thanks! Wow what a fall from grace - first album of theirs to not even go platinum let alone double platinum. Maybe if they’d pushed more singles from the album, but then again it wasn’t very commercial sounding idk what they could’ve released.
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QUOTE(Nick Jonas @ Oct 1 2020, 08:40 PM) *
I can’t believe an ABBA album from 30 years ago has been streamed more times this year than Lady Gaga’s new one biggrin.gif


'Rain On Me' is a bit of a non number 1 as well.
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Rain On Me isn’t a non #1!

It’s still in the top 40 now laugh.gif
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QUOTE(jlj @ Oct 9 2020, 11:19 AM) *
Rain On Me isn’t a non #1!

It’s still in the top 40 now laugh.gif

Well, yeah, but it's still one of the least popular number 1's of the year only ahead of Tootsie Slide and Godzilla. Considering it's two of the biggest names in the industry you'd expect it to be much bigger than it was.
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QUOTE(shadow2009 @ Oct 10 2020, 01:27 PM) *
Well, yeah, but it's still one of the least popular number 1's of the year only ahead of Tootsie Slide and Godzilla. Considering it's two of the biggest names in the industry you'd expect it to be much bigger than it was.


Hardly! Number 1's these days are genuinely popular due to the introduction of streaming so we rarely get non-#1s like we used to when sales dominated. The fact it spent 9 weeks in the top 5 is more than enough and it's mainly just been overshadowed by an even bigger #1! I think it was very successful even for the two names involved, if you're talking weeks at #1 then yes, but as already mentioned we know the reason why for that.
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The top 5 songs were all released in 2019. Songs really have long legs these days.
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QUOTE(Sour Candy @ Oct 10 2020, 02:09 PM) *
The top 5 songs were all released in 2019. Songs really have long legs these days.
Sales are "flat" these days - the number1, number 5, 10, 20, 30, 40 etc all sell roughly the same each week - and combined with tracks having very long chart runs it means that by the middle of the year nothing gets high in the top 40 of the year without having been around for most of the year. Plus ACR is only used to reduce sales for the weekly charts. For the YTD charts all tracks have full (SCR) sales counted.
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Also commenting that "Rain on Me is a non-number one" thing - it was released in May and only two songs above it were released later (H&H, SL).

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It really shows how low sales/downloads are now that "Times Like These" is 2nd and Jonas Brothers have snuck in with "What A Man Gotta Do".
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Rain On Me being called a non-#1 tearsmile.gif
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QUOTE(JosephStyles @ Oct 10 2020, 05:30 PM) *
Rain On Me being called a non-#1 tearsmile.gif

Yeah, it certainly is not a non #1.
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Those charts are horrific, theres barely any point to YTD charts anymore.
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What do you mean? YTD and YE charts are an indication of what's been popular on any given year, nothing more nothing less.
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