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The Top 40 biggest songs of 2016 on the Official Chart

2016 was a big year for pop music, and sitting at the very top of the year-end rundown, which counts digital, physical and streaming equivalent sales, was – what else? – Drake's One Dance, feat. Wizkid and Kyla.

One Dance was the inescapable sound of the summer in 2016, notching up an astonishing 15 weeks at Number 1, equalling Wet Wet Wet’s epic stint with Love Is All Around in 1994 but falling short of the all-time record.

One Dance, Drake's first Number 1 as a lead artist, racked up 1.95 million combined sales over the year, made up of 530,000 downloads and an impressive 142 million streams. The most streamed song of 2016, One Dance also enjoyed the biggest one-week combined sales figure for a Number 1 single of the year, notching up 140,000 during its fourth week at the top in April.See the song's full chart history here.


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MORE: The UK's Official Top 40 biggest albums of 2016

Up in second with a combined tally of 1.49 million, was Lukas Graham's 7 Years. The Danish band spent five weeks at Number 1, and actually finished top of the year's sales-only countdown.

Sia's Cheap Thrills spent 38 weeks in the Top 40 but missed out on a Number 1 – it did, however, claim its place as the third biggest song of 2015, clocking up 1.46m combined sales.

Mike Posner’s big comeback track I Took A Pill In Ibiza (Seeb remix) spent four weeks at the summit in March/April and was the fourth biggest tune of the year, with a tally of 1.38m.

MORE: The Official Top 40 biggest songs of 2017

Golden collaborators Calvin Harris and Rihanna reunited for This Is What You Came For, and while it stalled at Number 2 thanks to Drake, it still finished fifth for the year, racking up 1.28m combined sales over 2016. Rihanna also made a showing, this time with Drake, at 9 with Work.

Zara Larsson’s Lush Life scored 13 weeks in the Top 10 back in spring 2016, and finished sixth with a tally of 1.16m, while The Chainsmokers were seventh with Closer, feat Halsey, on 1.15m, and Justin Bieber's Love Yourself claimed 1.14m combined sales to take eighth place. 

Calum Scott's cover of Robyn classic Dancing On My Own peaked at Number 2 in August, and landed 12th with 1.11m, ahead of Major Lazer's massive Number 1 single Cold Water feat. Justin Bieber and MØ, 14th with 1.06m.

Just sneaking in the the Top 40 biggest songs of 2016 was Clean Bandit – their eight-week chart leader, and Official Christmas Number 1, Rockabye placed at 37. 

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The UK's Top 40 Official Biggest Songs of 2016

1ONE DANCEDRAKE FEAT WIZKID & KYLA
27 YEARSLUKAS GRAHAM
3CHEAP THRILLSSIA
4I TOOK A PILL IN IBIZAMIKE POSNER
5THIS IS WHAT YOU CAME FORCALVIN HARRIS FEAT RIHANNA
6LUSH LIFEZARA LARSSON
7CLOSERCHAINSMOKERS FEAT HALSEY
8LOVE YOURSELFJUSTIN BIEBER
9WORKRIHANNA FEAT DRAKE
10CAN'T STOP THE FEELINGJUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
11STITCHESSHAWN MENDES
12DANCING ON MY OWNCALUM SCOTT
13FAST CARJONAS BLUE & DAKOTA
14COLD WATERMAJOR LAZER/JUSTIN BIEBER/MØ
15WORK FROM HOMEFIFTH HARMONY FEAT TY DOLLA SIGN
16SORRYJUSTIN BIEBER
17DON'T LET ME DOWNCHAINSMOKERS FEAT DAYA
18TOO GOODDRAKE FEAT RIHANNA
19SAY YOU WON'T LET GOJAMES ARTHUR
20LIGHT IT UPMAJOR LAZER FEAT NYLA
21HYMN FOR THE WEEKENDCOLDPLAY
22THIS GIRLKUNGS VS COOKIN' ON 3 BURNERS
23CAKE BY THE OCEANDNCE
24PILLOWTALKZAYN
25LET ME LOVE YOUDJ SNAKE FEAT JUSTIN BIEBER
26GIRLS LIKETINIE TEMPAH FEAT ZARA LARSSON
27TREAT YOU BETTERSHAWN MENDES
28FADEDALAN WALKER
29PERFECT STRANGERSJONAS BLUE FEAT JP COOPER
30NO MONEYGALANTIS
31STRESSED OUTTWENTY ONE PILOTS
32I HATE U I LOVE UGNASH FEAT OLIVIA O'BRIEN
33TEARSCLEAN BANDIT FEAT LOUISA JOHNSON
34STARBOYWEEKND FEAT DAFT PUNK
35WHAT DO YOU MEANJUSTIN BIEBER
36PANDADESIIGNER
37ROCKABYECLEAN BANDIT
38HEATHENSTWENTY ONE PILOTS
39SHOUT OUT TO MY EXLITTLE MIX
40ALL MY FRIENDSSNAKEHIPS FEAT TINASHE & CHANCE

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The full Top 100 Official Biggest Songs of 2016

The Official Biggest Albums of 2016 

The Official Top 10 most streamed songs of 2016: 

1ONE DANCEDRAKE
2CHEAP THRILLSSIA
3I TOOK A PILL IN IBIZAMIKE POSNER
47 YEARSLUKAS GRAHAM
5THIS IS WHAT YOU CAME FORCALVIN HARRIS FEAT RIHANNA
6WORKRIHANNA FEAT DRAKE
7LUSH LUFEZARA LARSSON
8CLOSERCHAINSMOKERS FEAT HALSEY
9LOVE YOURSELFJUSTIN BIEBER
10COLD WATERMAJOR LAZER/JUSTIN BIEBER/MØ

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The Official Top 10 most downloaded songs of 2016 appear below: 

17 YEARSLUKAS GRAHAM
2ONE DANCEDRAKE FEAT WIZKID & KYLA
3CAN'T STOP THE FEELINGJUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
4DANCING ON MY OWNCALUM SCOTT
5CHEAP THRILLSSIA
6I TOOK A PILL IN IBIZAMIKE POSNER
7THIS IS WHAT YOU CAME FORCALVIN HARRIS FEAT RIHANNA
8STITCHESSHAWN MENDES
9SAY YOU WON'T LET GOJAMES ARTHUR
10FAST CARJONAS BLUE & DAKOTA

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The year is far from over, but that doesn't mean music hasn't left a mark on 2016. Dancehall influences had a moment, thanks to Rihanna and Drake, breakout hip-hop stars gained major traction and collaborations with DJs and EDM acts resulted in catchy hits. Scroll down to see—and listen to—the biggest songs of the year.

"Formation" by Beyoncé

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This was arguably the year of Beyoncé, with the release of her momentous visual album Lemonade, resulting world tour and the several extraordinary awards show performances that ensued. But what kicked off the whirlwind was this single, which she dropped by surprise (noticing a trend here?) the night before her explosive set at the Super Bowl Halftime show. The celebration of female empowerment and southern black culture in the song made it all the more relevant, as it coincided and was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, though some conservative listeners criticized it for being "anti-police."

"One Dance" by Drake feat. Wiz Kid and Kyla

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With the reigning song of the summer (on Spotify at least), Drake made a major impact with the biggest hit from his album Views. The song was met with so much enthusiasm when it was released, that it gave the Toronto native his first-ever #1 single on the Billboard charts. Not even his prior hits "Hotline Bling" or "Best I Ever Had" had made it that big. The song's popularity becomes obvious in its infectiousness; those dancehall and afrobeat influences make the jam impossible to stop playing.

"Work" by Rihanna feat. Drake

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Rihanna started off 2016 with a hit strong enough to last the whole year, after dropping the lead single off Anti—and the album itself—in January. After serving us pop anthems through most of her career, a chiller and Caribbean-inspired track like "Work" seemed an unlikely hit, but it soon won listeners over and stuck.

"Too Good" by Drake feat. Rihanna

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This Drizzy and RiRi collaboration was actually a product of doing "Work" together, Drake said on OVO Sound Radio. "She got in the studio and just bodied it. It was like a flawless victory when she sent it back," he said of Rihanna's contribution. The song's premise of being in a relationship kept the artists' romantic past in question. "We have a genuine energy between us," Drake later added. We're well aware.

"This Is What You Came For" by Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna

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Continuing her hit streak, Rihanna teamed up with Calvin Harris (for the second time, after "We Found Love" in 2011) for another dance-heavy anthem. Though the song's pop-EDM-crossover formula made it destined to become a hit, what really gave it momentum was the buzz over the involvement of Harris' ex, Taylor Swift. It was discovered that she wrote the song with her former DJ boyfriend under the pen name Nils Sjoberg while they were still together. After news spread that she was associated with the track, she was eventually credited under her real name.

"Panda" by Desiigner

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This 19-year-old Brooklyn rapper originally premiered his breakout song in December of 2015, but it really started infiltrating airwaves starting in the winter, with the help of Kanye West, who sampled the song in his track "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 2" and signed the teen to his G.O.O.D. Music record label. "Panda," which was ubiquitous by the beginning of summer, proved a great launching pad for Desiigner, who went on to release a debut mixtape, another banger called "Timmy Turner" and even a hook with Travi$ Scott on G.O.O.D. collab, "Champions."

"Cheap Thrills" by Sia

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The talented songwriter might have penned renowned tracks for the likes of Rihanna and Beyoncé, but she knows how to save a hit for herself. Though this song was originally intended for RiRi's Anti album (can you imagine?) Sia did a stellar job popularizing it on her own. The release of a remix with a guest verse by Sean Paul catapulted the song to Sia's first number one spot on Billboard's Hot 100 list. Who knew appealing to penny-pinching millennials would make an instant chart-topper?

"Closer" by The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey

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The Chainsmokers, like many of us, have a soft spot for Blink-182, especially their somber heartbreak anthem "I Miss You." Although the song they wrote about it is much more upbeat than the original, the result was an inescapable hit that's been sitting pretty at the top of the iTunes and Billboard charts since its release. Tapping indie-pop star Halsey for the second verse made it an even more realistic conversation between two (relatable) former lovers.

"Famous" by Kanye West

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#TeamSwift can protest all it wants, but this song, whether you found it offensive or genius, became the center of so much the pop culture scene in 2016—and developed in stages throughout the year. West dropped the track in February, Swift responded the day after, the rapper released an irreverent music video in June, Kim Kardashian exposed that damning video in July and just last week, an older, harsher version of the song surfaced online. Who knows what other surprises it'll bring up for the rest of the year.

"No Problem" by Chance the Rapper feat. Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz

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Chance, West's 23-year-old protege and fellow Chicago native, had been on music fans' radars for a few years now, but the long-awaited release of his third mixtape Coloring Book launched him into the mainstream spotlight, especially with songs like this one. Over an incredible gospel-inspired beat (a fitting sound for a rapper who's uniquely vocal about God), Chance teams up with Wayne and 2 Chainz for a catchy "F You" track to record labels, which the yet unsigned artist clearly didn't need to achieve the success he's reached now.

"Into You" by Ariana Grande

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Although the pop princess teased her new album Dangerous Woman with its seductive title track, what really stuck was this upbeat and equally flirtatious song. You can thank hit machine Max Martin (who penned Grande's "Break Free," and dozens of other recognizable pop songs) for the tune you probably heard at most radio-soundtracked pool parties this summer.

"Cold Water" by Major Lazer feat. Justin Bieber and MØ

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Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire (the electronic three behind Major Lazer) tapped Bieber and Cool Girl singer-songwriter MØ for an unexpected summer anthem. Though a Top 40 jam, the its lyrics carry some emotional depth, thanks to songwriter Ed Sheeran, over an addictive EDM beat, courtesy of the Lazer trio.

"Never Be Like You" by Flume feat. Kai

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The Australian producer teamed up with Toronto-based singer-songwriter Kai for an inescapable tune on the struggles of getting over a broken relationship. The track appears on Flume's sophomore album, Skin, but the lyrics actually revolve around a moment in Kai's life when "her inner saboteur tried to do what she does best," she said.

"Starboy" by The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk

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When The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye) cut his hair, switched his Instagram handle and teased his next album cover, he hinted that big changes were on the way. His lead single proved just that, ushering in a new sound on a track produced by Daft Punk. The song broke records and now boasts the biggest opening weekend in streaming history, but The Weeknd hints in his lyrics that stardom isn't painless—it comes with its consequences.

"Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" by Adele

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The Brit singer has a penchant for singing about heartbreak―which was especially obvious with her album 25—but after forlorn singles like "Hello" and "When We Were Young," "Send My Love" was a surprising, tongue-in-cheek response to a breakup. Rather than make a tear-inducing ballad, she shows us it's ok to be snarky over an ended relationship, through an acoustic-led melody and her signature belt-y vocals.

"Pink + White" by Frank Ocean feat. Beyoncé

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After years of teases and fake-outs, Frank Ocean finally graced us with new music this year with not one but two albums, Endless and Blonde. (One might even count the alternative version of the latter, which were handed at his pop-up shop, as a third.) With all of Ocean's new songs, and none previously released as singles, this track has proven itself to be a favorite, partially because it boasts big names in the credits (Pharrell Williams produced, Beyoncé sang backup), but also because of its raw, relatable nostalgia.

"Broccoli (feat. Lil Yachty)" by D.R.A.M.

Two breakout stars of 2016 joined forces to release this addicting track in April before it hit the mainstream in June. Who knew an ode to weed could have so much quirk and optimism?

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"Black Beatles (feat. Gucci Mane)" by Rae Sremmurd

Before it became the essential score to the #MannequinChallenge, this was a single on Atlanta duo Rae Sremmurd's sophomore album, SremmLife 2. But being the soundtrack to the viral video trend spurred the song to the number one spot on Billboard for six weeks straight.

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"Let Me Love You" by DJ Snake and Justin Bieber

Although Bieber didn't release an album this year, he still rode on the popularity of singles from last November's Purpose and collaborations with major DJ acts. After hopping on Major Lazer's "Cold Water" (with MO) over the summer, he teamed up with DJ Snake for this romantic dance track.

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"24k Magic" by Bruno Mars

Mars channeled the retro-fresh vibe from Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" in his own album released in November, and gave us a taste with the title track. Its obvious '80s pop vibe and funk groove made it inescapable for the final months of the year.

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"I Took a Pill in Ibiza" by Mike Posner

This tongue-in-cheek single—much like the prospect of Posner making a comeback in 2016—was totally unexpected. In it, the artist sings of the not-so-great moments of his music career (hence, "I took a pill in Ibiza to show Avicii I was cool"), but over a catchy EDM beat that made it a catchy play on the radio.

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"Bad and Boujee (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)" by Migos

Thanks to the internet, this Migos and Lil Uzi Vert collab has turned into the next viral meme craze. (If you've seen any "Rain drop, drop top" jokes, this is the origin.) Expect the hype to carry on into the new year, especially with the Atlanta trio's sophomore album C U L T U R E's highly-anticipated release.

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Top Chart Hits: 20 Of The Best Pop Songs Of 2016

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Pop music is finally back on top in 2016 with an endless stream of incredible new releases week in and week out.

We've compiled all the biggest chart pop songs of 2016 into one handy list for you to make it just that little bit easier to find all of this year's HUGE hits. Whether you're a #Mixer or a #Directioner, we've got all the tunes for you.

The new year has now arrived! Check out the BEST pop songs for 2017 right here!

top chart songs 2016

So, enough talking (well, reading) and let's get on with the list! Pop songs 2016!

1. Olly Murs - 'You Don't Know Love' 

Olly Murs' 'You Don't Know Love' has been up and down the chart like a yo-yo this year however it broke into the top three at the start of September. It is cool, fun and of course catchy!

Download 'You Don't Know Love' by Olly Murs

2. Little Mix - 'Shout Out To My Ex'

The Little Mix ladies knocked James Arthur off the top of the Vodafone Big Top 40 with this epic girl-power pop anthem! It is the lead single from their fourth studio album 'Glory Days' and it is a chart banger!

Download Little Mix's 'Shout Out To My Ex' now.

3. Fifth Harmony feat. Ty Dolla $ign - 'Work From Home'

Along with Little Mix, Fifth Harmony are by far one of the biggest girl bands in the world right now and their collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign is all the evidence you need. 

Download Fifth Harmony & Ty Dolla $ign's 'Work From Home' today.

4. Clean Bandit feat. Anne-Marie & Sean Paul - 'Rockabye'

November 2016 was completely owned by one song and one song only! Clean Bandit's 'Rockabye' held onto the No.1 spot throughout the entirety of the month, that is NOT easy.

Download Clean Bandit's 'Rockabye' now.

5. Lukas Graham - '7 Years'

Well well, what can we say about Lukas Graham. The Danish group knocked ZAYN off the top spot after he held onto pole position for just one single week. '7 Years' is a truly special song and if you haven't heard it already, where have you been?!

Download Lukas Graham's Vodafone Big Top 40 No.1 '7 Years' now.

6. ZAYN - 'PILLOWTALK'

This was always going to be a big one wasn't it. ZAYN was the very first member of One Direction to leave the nest and go solo. To say his first venture on his own was a success is a massive understatement. The song went instantly to No.1, obviously.

Listen to the incredible moment ZAYN found out 'PILLOWTALK' was No.1!

7. Jonas Blue feat. Dakota - 'Fast Car'

Who would've believed that one of the biggest chart hits of 2016 would be a brand new rendition of Tracy Chapman's 'Fast Car'? The song came out of nowhere in January 2016 and hasn't looked back since.

Download Jonas Blue's epic cover of 'Fast Car' now.

8. Sia feat. Sean Paul - 'Cheap Thrills'

Sia and Sean Paul are a duo we never imagined we'd be able to actually see but here it is! The Australian songwriting goddess hired in Sean 'DUTTY' Paul for a verse and it is so...damn...good.

Download Sia & Sean Paul's hot collaboration 'Cheap Thrills'

9. Snakehips feat. Tinashe & Chance The Rapper - 'All My Friends'

Snakehips with the beat, Chance The Rapper with the verses and Tinasche with the hook. What more can you ask for? This tune has been a mainstay in the Vodafone Big Top 40 countdown and we can see why.

Download Snakehips, Tinasche & Chance The Rapper's top 10 hit 'All My Friends'.

10. Jason Derulo - 'Get Ugly'

Whenever Jason Derulo drops a new single, we all know it will only be a matter of time until we're all jumping around the living room trying to emulate the 'Talk Dirty' star's moves. We'eve since learnt, we'll never be able to match Mr. Derulo's shape throwing *sigh*.

Download Jason Derulo's 'Get Ugly'.

11. Major Lazer feat. Nyla & Fuse ODG - 'Light It Up'

Major Lazer have produced one of those singles that will bury itself into your brain after just one listen. That trumpet hook is catchier than any song we've probably ever heard.

Download Major Lazer's 'Light It Up' feat. NYLA now.

12. Lawson - 'Money'

Andy, Joel, Adam and Ryan are back with some brand new music for us to absolutely devour (trust us, you're going to need more after this). Their new single 'Money' is the first track we've heard from the boys new album following on from the debut LP 'Chapman Square'.

Download Lawson's 'Money' today.

13. One Direction - 'History'

Please say this isn't the final goodbye?! One Direction's epic 'History' music video charts the boys' meteoric rise to success all the way up until they finally announced their hiatus. There are even little glimpses of ZAYN in the video!

Download One Direction's epic single 'History'.

14. Shawn Mendes - 'Stitches'

After Justin Bieber's run at the top spot which started in 2015 and ended this year, Shawn Mendes' 'Stitches' was the first No.1 of 2016. The Canadian singer, 17 at the time, started his career on the social media app 'Vine'.

Who exactly is Shawn Mendes? Here are a few facts you might like to know.

15. Alessia Cara - 'Here'

When we talk about breakthrough artists of 2016, Alessia Cara is the first name on everybody's lips. Her very first single in the Vodafone Big Top 40 was this instant pop classic 'Here'.

Download Alessia Cara's 'Here' right now.

16. Ellie Goulding - 'Army'

Ellie Goulding has been a chart veteran for a few years now. In fact she holds one of the longest running No.1 singles of all time with her track 'Love Me Like You Do'. 'Army' was her first offering of 2016 and she absolutely nailed it.

Download Ellie Goulding's 'Army' right now.

17. Meghan Trainor - 'NO'

Meghan's breakthrough hit 'All About That Bass' was easily one of the biggest pop songs of 2015, so it only makes sense for her to return with a new smash hit this year and it's called 'No'.

18. Justin Timberlake - 'Can't Stop The Feeling'

Justin Timberlake returned to music in 2016 and we hadn't realised how much we'd missed him! His first song of the year 'Can't Stop The Feeling' is probably the happiest tune you'll ever hear (yes even more than Pharrell's 'Happy').

Download Justin Timberlake's 'Can't Stop The Feeling' right now.

19. Little Mix feat. Jason Derulo - 'Secret Love Song'

We couldn't believe our ears when we heard Little Mix had teamed up with fellow chart superstar Jason Derulo however when we finally got to hear 'Secret Love Song', the world of pop collaborations was put right.

Download 'Secret Love Song' by Little Mix & Jason Derulo now.

20. DNCE - 'Cake By The Ocean'

It's catchy, fresh and pure pop magic. DNCE's breakthrough single 'Cake By The Ocean' will make you smile from ear to ear whenever you hear it with its pure feel-good vibes.

Download DNCE's 'Cake By The Ocean'

 

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