Best singles songs 2017 lists

best singles songs 2017 lists

Looking through our list of the best tracks of 2017, it’s littered with artists taking a side in that debate. Whether you want everybody to sit down and be humble, or you’re happy to swim through love galore, the whole world is reacting to the gigantic-ness of everything. And despite all of the noise and the frustration, there’s been a whole lot of positivity and beauty, as expressed here as well. Living in 2017 is reacting to 2017, and it’s a beautiful thing to see so many people doing so with real care. These songs don’t deny our reality, but could well lay a path to a new one. –Lior Phillip .

best singles songs 2017 lists

marked her top 10 debut in 2017 with four entries, including "", which peaked at number-one for two weeks in August. The is one of many music charts compiled by the that calculates the best-selling singles of the week in the United Kingdom. Since 2004 the chart has been based on the sales of both and , with figures excluded from the official chart. Since 2014, the singles chart has been based on both sales and streaming; in 2017 it used the ratio of 150 streams equivalent to one sale (not 100:1 as previously).

This list shows singles that peaked in the Top 10 of the during , as well as singles which peaked in but were in the top 10 in 2017. The entry date is when the song appeared in the top 10 for the first time (week ending, as published by the Official Charts Company, which is six days after the chart is announced). Ninety-eight singles were in the top ten this year. Eleven singles from 2016 remained in the top 10 for several weeks at the beginning of the year, while "" by , "" by featuring , "" by , "" by and "" by were released in 2017 but did not reach their peak until 2018.

"" by and "" by featuring both re-entered the top ten at the end of the year after being re-issued and reached peaks on their current run in 2018. "" by was the only song from 2016 to reach its peak in 2017.

Twenty-four artists scored multiple entries in the top 10 in 2017. , , , and were among the many artists who achieved their first UK charting top 10 single in 2017. The 2016 , "" by featuring and , remained at number-one for the first two weeks of 2017. The first new number-one single of the year was "" by . Fifteen different singles peaked at number-one in 2017, with , , , , and (2) having the most singles hit that position.

Multiple entries Ninety-eight singles charted in the top 10 in 2017, with eighty-two singles reaching their peak this year (including the re-entry "All I Want for Christmas" which charted in previous years but reached a peak on its latest chart run). Twenty-four artists scored multiple entries in the top 10 in 2017. had the most top ten singles in 2017 with eleven.

His comeback single "" was made available for download on 6 January and has spent fourteen non-consecutive weeks at number-one while "", which came out on the same day, peaked at number two. Promotional single "" also reached a high of second in the chart on 2 March. After Sheeran's third studio album, "" was released, all sixteen tracks were in the top 20 on the week ending 16 March, and he held nine of the top 10, with "" by and the only single to break this monopoly.

In addition to the singles already in the chart, " (2), "" (4), "" (5) "" (6), "" (8), and "" (9, rising to 8) and "" all reaching the top ten. In response, the Official Charts Company announced plans in June to limit the number of songs by the same artist in the chart at the same time, to reflect popularity of singles rather than album tracks. "Perfect" returned to the chart later in the year after its official single release and became the Christmas number-one, with Sheeran'/ collaboration with , "", behind it in the chart.

"River" would eventually reach the top spot itself in early 2018. had four top 10 entries in 2017 with "", "", "" and "". , , and also had four top 10 entries so far this year. is one of eight artists who had three hit singles in 2017. "" entered the chart at number 4 on 30 March and rose to number three the following week. Two of his other album tracks from peaked in the top 10 - KMT featuring the rapper reached number 9 and "Blem" landed one place lower.

, , , , , and all had three top 10 entries in 2017. is one of a number of artists with two top-ten entries, including number-one singles "" and "". , , , and were among the other artists with multiple top 10 entries in 2017. All-female top 3 "" by became the first solo female UK number one since reached number 1 in 2015 with "".

The top 3 singles on the chart on 7th September 2017 (week ending), was the first female top 3 since October 2014. The singles included "" by at 1, "" by at 2 and "" by at 3. Changes to chart rules The Official Charts Company announced plans in June to limit the number of songs by the same artist in the chart at the same time, to reflect popularity of singles rather than album tracks.

Chart rules were altered from 7 July to help new artists break through by limiting the number of tracks by the same artist allowed in the chart at the same time to 3. The streaming to sales ratio remained largely unchanged but for songs which have spent a high number of weeks in the chart the ratio was altered to 300:1.

This was largely in response to Ed Sheeran's album tracks dominating the chart, with all sixteen tracks from his third studio album ÷, reaching the top twenty in the same week. Chart debuts This section does not any . Please help by . Unsourced material may be challenged and . (November 2018) () Forty-nine artists achieved their first top 10 single in 2017, either as a lead or featured artist. Of these, six went on to record another hit single that year: , , , , and .

had three other entries in her breakthrough year. The following table (collapsed on desktop site) does not include acts who had previously charted as part of a group and secured their first top 10 solo single. Artist Number of top 10s First entry Chart position Other entries 1 "" 6 — 2 "" 3 "" (1) 4 "" 10 "" (9), "" (1), "" (1) 1 "" 5 — 1 "" 10 — 1 "" 7 — 1 "" 9 — 2 "" 8 "" (9) 2 "" 10 "" (4) 2 "" 1 "" (1) 1 "" 1 — 1 "Did You See" 9 — 1 "" 4 — 1 "" 4 — 1 "" 1 — Deno 1 "" 1 — 1 "" 8 — 1 "" 8 — 1 "" 2 — 1 "" 5 — 1 "" 5 — James Hype 1 "" 8 — 1 "" 1 — 1 "" 1 — 1 "" 9 — 2 "" (3) Yungen 1 "" 10 — 1 "" 7 — 2 "" 3 "" (9) 1 "" 8 — Kojo Funds 1 "" 3 — 1 "" 2 — 1 "" 10 — Notes made his solo debut in 2017, with his first single outside , "", topping the chart in April.

Likewise with , he made his solo debut in 2017, with his first single outside One Direction, "" entered the top 10 at number 3. is a member of the hip-hop group Migos, who debuted on the single in "" in March 2017, two months before he featured on 's number-one hit "".

He would also appear with on his solo top three single "". also made her first UK top 10 debut with . This also became her first top 10 since her departure from US girl group . had his first chart single under his own name, featuring on 's "". He previously charted as part of the duo with "" in 2016. recorded a cover of "" in aid of the and featured many artists who had achieved top 10 singles previously in their own right or with a band. of , from , from , of , 's and former member all had their first credited top 10 hit independent of their bands with this song.

Songs from films This section does not any . Please help by . Unsourced material may be challenged and . (November 2018) () The charity single "Bridge over Troubled Water" was dedicated to the victims and survivors of the .

The single peaked at number 1 on 29 June 2017, just two days after release, becoming the second fastest selling single of 2017 behind "". Best-selling singles This section does not any . Please help by . Unsourced material may be challenged and . (November 2018) () had the best-selling and streamed single of the year with "". The song spent twenty-two weeks in the top 10 (including fourteen weeks at number one), sold over 787,000 copies as well as scoring 248 million streams (3.2 million combined sales) and was certified 5x platinum by the .

"" by , & came in second place with more than 2.3 million combined sales. Ed Sheeran's "", "" from featuring and "" by Ed Sheeran made up the top five. Singles by Ed Sheeran (""), featuring , , & and featuring were also in the of the year. This section does not any . Please help by . Unsourced material may be challenged and . (November 2018) () Key Symbol Meaning ‡ Single peaked in 2016 but still in chart in 2017. ♦ Single released in 2017 but peaked in 2018. (#) Year-end position and rank Entered The date that the single first appeared in the chart.

Peak Highest position that the single reached in the UK Singles Chart. Entered (week ending) Weeks in top 10 Single Artist Peak Peak reached (week ending) Weeks at peak Singles in 2016 29 September 2016 16 "" ‡ 1 6 October 2016 3 6 October 2016 15 "" ‡ featuring 2 13 October 2016 1 20 October 2016 9 "" ‡ 5 17 November 2016 1 27 October 2016 11 "" ‡ 1 27 October 2016 3 3 November 2016 9 "" ‡ featuring 5 15 December 2016 1 15 "" ‡ featuring & 1 17 November 2016 9 15 December 2016 8 "" 2 21 December 2017 1 13 "" ‡ (#8) 2 29 December 2016 3 22 December 2016 4 "" ‡ & 2 22 December 2016 1 29 December 2016 10 "" ‡ 4 29 December 2016 6 6 "" 2 5 January 2017 1 Singles in 2017 5 January 2017 5 "" ♦ 2 4 January 2018 1 19 January 2017 22 "" (#1) 1 19 January 2017 14 14 "" (#3) 2 19 January 2017 5 4 "" 7 19 January 2017 1 6 "" 6 2 February 2017 2 8 "" (#10) featuring 3 2 February 2017 3 26 January 2017 7 "" 5 9 February 2017 1 9 February 2017 1 "" featuring 10 9 February 2017 1 16 February 2017 2 "" 6 9 March 2017 1 3 "" & 5 23 February 2017 1 2 "" 9 23 February 2017 1 23 February 2017 3 "" featuring 5 2 March 2017 2 2 March 2017 1 "" 2 2 March 2017 1 5 "" & 7 9 March 2017 3 9 March 2017 9 "" (#9) & 2 9 March 2017 1 1 "" featuring & 10 9 March 2017 1 16 March 2017 11 "" (#5) 2 16 March 2017 5 17 "" (#6) 1 14 December 2017 6 2 "" 5 16 March 2017 1 2 "" 6 16 March 2017 1 2 "" 8 16 March 2017 1 2 "" 8 23 March 2017 1 2 "" 9 23 March 2017 1 30 March 2017 7 "" 3 6 April 2017 1 12 "" (#7) featuring 1 4 May 2017 1 8 "" 7 20 April 2017 1 1 "" featuring 9 30 March 2017 1 2 "" 9 6 April 2017 1 6 April 2017 1 "" 10 6 April 2017 1 13 April 2017 3 "" & 8 20 April 2017 1 2 "" 10 13 April 2017 2 20 April 2017 7 "" 1 20 April 2017 1 27 April 2017 2 "" 6 27 April 2017 1 4 May 2017 5 "" featuring & 6 4 May 2017 2 8 "" 4 25 May 2017 2 11 May 2017 9 "" featuring , , & 1 11 May 2017 1 18 "" (#2) & featuring 1 18 May 2017 11 18 May 2017 15 "" (#4) featuring 2 17 August 2017 1 25 May 2017 1 "" 9 25 May 2017 1 1 June 2017 9 "" featuring 3 1 June 2017 2 3 "" 9 1 June 2017 1 8 June 2017 1 "" 4 8 June 2017 1 11 "" featuring 4 13 July 2017 1 15 June 2017 3 "" 2 15 June 2017 2 2 "" 7 15 June 2017 1 22 June 2017 5 "" featuring 5 22 June 2017 1 29 June 2017 2 "" 1 29 June 2017 1 9 "" featuring & 1 27 July 2017 1 8 "" featuring 6 3 August 2017 2 6 July 2017 7 "" 7 13 July 2017 3 13 July 2017 9 "" featuring , & 1 17 August 2017 1 4 "" 8 3 August 2017 1 20 July 2017 5 "" & 6 20 July 2017 1 3 August 2017 7 "" featuring 6 17 August 2017 3 10 August 2017 11 "" 1 24 August 2017 2 17 August 2017 1 "" featuring & 10 17 August 2017 1 24 August 2017 8 "" 3 7 September 2017 3 2 "" featuring & 8 24 August 2017 1 31 August 2017 5 "" & 2 31 August 2017 1 11 "" & 5 31 August 2017 3 7 "" & 5 14 September 2017 1 5 "" James Hype featuring 8 7 September 2017 3 7 September 2017 5 "" 1 7 September 2017 2 14 September 2017 2 "" 7 14 September 2017 1 1 "" 9 14 September 2017 1 21 September 2017 12 "" 1 21 September 2017 3 11 "" featuring 5 21 September 2017 2 15 "" featuring 1 9 November 2017 5 28 September 2017 10 "" featuring 1 12 October 2017 4 8 "" featuring 4 26 October 2017 3 12 October 2017 2 "" featuring & 9 12 October 2017 1 1 "" featuring 10 12 October 2017 1 19 October 2017 2 "" featuring 7 26 October 2017 1 26 October 2017 9 "" featuring 3 2 November 2017 3 5 "" featuring 8 2 November 2017 2 9 November 2017 1 "" 9 9 November 2017 1 16 November 2017 11 "" 2 23 November 2017 3 23 November 2017 1 "" featuring 7 23 November 2017 1 9 ""♦ 3 11 January 2018 1 30 November 2017 2 "Blinded by Your Grace, Pt.

2" featuring 7 30 November 2017 1 3 "" & 9 30 November 2017 3 7 December 2017 7 ""♦ featuring 4 25 January 2018 1 3 ""♦ 7 11 January 2018 1 14 December 2017 3 "" featuring & 2 14 December 2017 1 4 ""♦ featuring 5 4 January 2018 1 28 December 2017 9 ""♦ featuring 1 25 January 2018 1 4 ""♦ 6 18 January 2018 1 See also: The following table shows artists who achieved two or more top 10 entries in 2017, including singles that reached their peak in 2016.

The figures include both main artists and featured artists, while appearances on ensemble charity records are also counted for each artist.

The total number of weeks an artist spent in the top ten in 2017 is also shown. Entries Artist Country of origin Weeks Songs 11 30 "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "" 4 15 "", "", "", "" 22 "", "", "", "" 29 "", "", "", "" 20 "", "", "", "" 10 "", "", "", "" 3 10 "", "", "" 22 "", "", "" 9 "", "", "" 9 "", "", "" 6 "", "", "" 19 "", "", "" 8 "", "", "" 8 "", "", "" 2 5 "", "" 10 "", "" 16 "", "" 4 "", "" 17 "", "" 7 "", "" 4 "", "" 17 "", "" 5 "", "" 12 "", "" 9 "", "" 11 "", "" 8 "", "" 3 "", "" 10 "", "" 7 "", "" 17 "", "" 14 "", "" • "24K Magic" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 5 January 2017 (week ending).

• "Shout Out to My Ex" re-entered the top 10 at number 6 on 5 January 2017 (week ending). • "Last Christmas" re-entered the top 10 at number 7 on 5 January 2017 (week ending) following the death of George Michael, having originally peaked at number 2 upon release in 1984. It re-entered the top 10 again on 14 December 2017 at number 6. • "Sexual" re-entered the top 10 at number 6 on 12 January 2017 (week ending). • "Just Hold On" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 12 January 2017 (week ending).

• "Big For Your Boots" re-entered the top 10 at number 6 on 9 March 2017 (week ending). • "It Ain't Me" re-entered the top 10 at number 7 on 6 April 2017 (week ending). • "Issues" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 27 April 2017 (week ending). • "Attention" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 22 June 2017 (week ending).

• Figure includes song that peaked in 2016. • Figure includes appearance on Clean Bandit's "Rockabye". • Figure includes appearance on Sean Paul's "No Lie". • Figure includes appearances on Luis Fonsi's "Despacito", DJ Khaled's "I'm the One" and David Guetta's "2U". • Figure includes appearances on DJ Khaled's "I'm the One", Calvin Harris' "Slide" (with Migos) and Liam Payne's "Strip That Down".

• Figure includes appearance on Clean Bandit's "Symphony". • Figure includes an appearance on the "Bridge over Troubled Water" charity single by Artists for Grenfell. • Released as a charity single by Artists for Grenfell to support survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire.

• Figure includes appearance on Little Mix's "Power". • Figure includes appearance on Jax Jones' "You Don't Know Me". • Figure includes appearance on Calvin Harris' "Feels". • "2U" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 27 June 2017 (week ending). • Figure includes song that first charted in 2016 but peaked in 2017.

• "Came Here for Love" re-entered the top 10 at number 9 on 3 August 2017 (week ending). • Figure includes appearance on Enrique Iglasias' "Súbeme la Radio". • "Your Song" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 24 August 2017 (week ending).

• Figure includes appearance on Avicii's "Lonely Together". • "More Than Friends" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 5 October 2017 (week ending). • Figure includes appearance on Logic's "1-800-273-8255".

• "Mi Gente" re-entered the top 10 at number 8 on 19 October 2017 (week ending) upon the release of the remix featuring . • Figure includes appearance on Stefflon Don's "Hurtin' Me". • Figure includes appearance on Logic's "1-800-273-8255", and Marshmello's "Silence". • "Perfect" re-entered the top 10 at number 7 on 2 November 2017 (week ending). • "Reggaetón Lento" re-entered the top 10 at number 9 on 16 November 2017 (week ending).

• Figure includes appearance on Clean Bandit's "I Miss You". • "Last Christmas" re-entered the top 10 at number 6 on 14 December 2017 (week ending), having originally peaked at number 2 upon release in 1984. • "Fairytale of New York" re-entered the top 10 at number 10 on 14 December 2017 (week ending), having originally peaked at number 2 upon release in 1987.

• "All I Want For Christmas" re-entered the top 10 at number 5 on 14 December 2017 (week ending), having originally peaked at number 2 upon release in 1994. • "Perfect" reached a new peak at number 1 on 14 December 2017 upon the release of the remix featuring . • Figure includes appearance on Eminem's "River".

• "Man's Not Hot" reached its peak of number three on 11 January 2018 (week ending). • "I Miss You" reached its peak of number four on 25 January 2018 (week ending). • "Let You Down" reached its peak of number six on 18 January 2018 (week ending).

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best singles songs 2017 lists

best singles songs 2017 lists - The Top 40 biggest singles of 2017 on the Official Chart


best singles songs 2017 lists

completes a hugely successful year by claiming the UK’s biggest single of 2017 with Shape Of You, OfficialCharts.com can reveal. The track, which was released in January as the lead single from his , has shifted 3.2 million combined sales to be the year’s best-selling and most streamed track, split between 787,000 sales and a whopping 248 million streams. Ed’s music has dominated the Official Chart throughout 2017 and all four of ÷’s singles - Castle On The Hill (Number 3, released the same week as Shape Of You), Galway Girl (5) and Perfect (6), which claimed this year’s - all finish inside the year-end Top 10.

Shape Of You spent a mammoth 14 weeks at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart between January and April and to date has logged 51 weeks inside the Top 100. The song is also the most streamed of all-time in the UK, overtaking Drake's One Dance. Ed Sheeran with his Official Number 1 Award for Shape Of You.

The news comes as the record labels' association, The , have revealed that streaming now accounts for over half of music consumption in the UK (50.4%). In December 2017 a landmark 1.5 billion audio streams were recorded in a single week. Platforms such as Spotify, Deezer and Apple Music have helped fuel the music industry's fastest growth since 1998, equating to everyone in the country playing 1,036 tracks (that's nearly three continuous days of music) in 2017.

MORE: Meanwhile, Spanglish summer hit Despacito by , Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber finishes as the UK’s second biggest single with 2.3 million combined sales.

The song became a global smash after Justin was added to a remix of the song, logging 11 weeks at Number 1 between May and August. Another huge summer smash, ’s Unforgettable ft.

Swae Lee, finishes at Number 4 on the biggest singles of 2017 with 1.4 million combines sales. The track peaked at Number 2 in August and spent 30 weeks in the Top 40. British trio make two entries in the Top 40: their chart-topping single Symphony ft. Zara Larsson places at Number 7 (1.3 million) and Rockabye is at 23. ’s breakout hit Human also earns a spot in the Top 10 at Number 8 (1.1 million), while British DJ/producer Jax Jones finishes at 10 with You Don't Know Me ft.

Raye. A total of eleven Number 1 singles appear in 2017’s year-end Top 40, including ’s New Rules at Number 11, DJ Khaled’s I’m The One at 12 and Wild Thoughts at 13, and ’ Feels ft.

Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams and Big Sean at 25. Several breakout singles by rising stars also feature, including J Hus’ Did You See at 21, Call On Me by Australian singer-songwriter Starley at 27, Maggie Lindemann’s Pretty Girl at 28 and Anne-Marie’s Ciao Adios at 40. MORE: The Top 40 biggest songs of 2017 on the Official Singles Chart POS TITLE ARTIST PEAK 1 SHAPE OF YOU ED SHEERAN 1 2 DESPACITO (REMIX) LUIS FONSI/DADDY YANKEE/BIEBER 1 3 CASTLE ON THE HILL ED SHEERAN 2 4 UNFORGETTABLE FRENCH MONTANA FT SWAE LEE 2 5 GALWAY GIRL ED SHEERAN 2 6 PERFECT ED SHEERAN 1 7 SYMPHONY CLEAN BANDIT FT ZARA LARSSON 1 8 HUMAN RAG'N'BONE MAN 2 9 SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS CHAINSMOKERS & COLDPLAY 2 10 YOU DON'T KNOW ME JAX JONES FT RAYE 3 11 NEW RULES DUA LIPA 1 12 I'M THE ONE DJ KHALED/BIEBER/QUAVO/CHANCE 1 13 WILD THOUGHTS DJ KHALED FT RIHANNA/TILLER 1 14 MAMA JONAS BLUE FT WILLIAM SINGE 4 15 SOLO DANCE MARTIN JENSEN 7 16 THERE'S NOTHING HOLDIN' ME BACK SHAWN MENDES 4 17 TOUCH LITTLE MIX 4 18 HAVANA CAMILA CABELLO FT YOUNG THUG 1 19 SWALLA JASON DERULO/NICKI MINAJ/TY 6 20 STRIP THAT DOWN LIAM PAYNE FT QUAVO 3 21 DID YOU SEE J HUS 9 22 ROCKSTAR POST MALONE FT 21 SAVAGE 1 23 ROCKABYE CLEAN BANDIT 1 24 FEELS HARRIS/PHARRELL/PERRY/BIG SEAN 1 25 IT AIN'T ME KYGO & SELENA GOMEZ 7 26 ATTENTION CHARLIE PUTH 9 27 CALL ON ME STARLEY 6 28 PRETTY GIRL MAGGIE LINDEMANN 8 29 SEPTEMBER SONG JP COOPER 7 30 PASSIONFRUIT DRAKE 3 31 YOUR SONG RITA ORA 7 32 PARIS CHAINSMOKERS 5 33 POWER LITTLE MIX 6 34 SLIDE CALVIN HARRIS/OCEAN/MIGOS 10 35 ISSUES JULIA MICHAELS 10 36 THAT'S WHAT I LIKE BRUNO MARS 12 37 STAY ZEDD & ALESSIA CARA 8 38 ONE LAST TIME ARIANA GRANDE 2 39 TOO GOOD AT GOODBYES SAM SMITH 1 40 CIAO ADIOS ANNE-MARIE 9 ©2018 Official Charts Company.

All rights reserved. This chart is based on combined sales and streams. The Top 20 biggest selling songs of 2017 on the Official Chart (sales only) POS TITLE ARTIST PEAK 1 SHAPE OF YOU ED SHEERAN 1 2 DESPACITO (REMIX) LUIS FONSI/DADDY YANKEE/BIEBER 1 3 CASTLE ON THE HILL ED SHEERAN 2 4 HUMAN RAG'N'BONE MAN 2 5 PERFECT ED SHEERAN 1 6 SYMPHONY CLEAN BANDIT FT ZARA LARSSON 1 7 SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS CHAINSMOKERS & COLDPLAY 2 8 GALWAY GIRL ED SHEERAN 2 9 BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER ARTISTS FOR GRENFELL 1 10 YOU DON'T KNOW ME JAX JONES FT RAYE 3 11 ONE LAST TIME ARIANA GRANDE 2 12 HAVANA CAMILA CABELLO FT YOUNG THUG 1 13 WHAT ABOUT US PINK 3 14 SKIN RAG'N'BONE MAN 13 15 CHAINED TO THE RHYTHM KATY PERRY FT SKIP MARLEY 5 16 THERE'S NOTHING HOLDIN' ME BACK SHAWN MENDES 4 17 UNFORGETTABLE FRENCH MONTANA FT SWAE LEE 2 18 NEW RULES DUA LIPA 1 19 SIGN OF THE TIMES HARRY STYLES 1 20 TOUCH LITTLE MIX 4 ©2018 Official Charts Company.

All rights reserved. The Top 20 most streamed songs of 2017 on the Official Chart POS TITLE ARTIST PEAK 1 SHAPE OF YOU ED SHEERAN 1 2 DESPACITO (REMIX) LUIS FONSI/DADDY YANKEE/BIEBER 1 3 CASTLE ON THE HILL ED SHEERAN 2 4 UNFORGETTABLE FRENCH MONTANA FT SWAE LEE 2 5 GALWAY GIRL ED SHEERAN 2 6 PERFECT ED SHEERAN 1 7 SYMPHONY CLEAN BANDIT FT ZARA LARSSON 1 8 NEW RULES DUA LIPA 1 9 I'M THE ONE DJ KHALED/BIEBER/QUAVO/CHANCE 1 10 WILD THOUGHTS DJ KHALED FT RIHANNA/TILLER 1 11 SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS CHAINSMOKERS & COLDPLAY 2 12 YOU DON'T KNOW ME JAX JONES FT RAYE 3 13 MAMA JONAS BLUE FT WILLIAM SINGE 4 14 SOLO DANCE MARTIN JENSEN 7 15 DID YOU SEE J HUS 9 16 HUMAN RAG'N'BONE MAN 2 17 THERE'S NOTHING HOLDIN' ME BACK SHAWN MENDES 4 18 TOUCH LITTLE MIX 4 19 SWALLA JASON DERULO/NICKI MINAJ/TY 6 20 ROCKSTAR POST MALONE FT 21 SAVAGE 1 ©2018 Official Charts Company.

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best singles songs 2017 lists

1997 7-inch 45 release of ""/", double A-side by . This article is a of the best-selling . The criterion for inclusion on the list is to have sold at least five million copies worldwide. The singles listed here were cited by reliable sources from various media, such as , newspapers, magazines, and books. It is notable that, according to , "" (1942) by is the best-selling worldwide, with estimated sales of over 50 million copies.

The song recognized as "the best-selling single of all time" was released before the / singles-chart era and "was listed as the world's best-selling single in the first-ever Guinness Book of Records (published in 1955) and—remarkably—still retains the title more than 50 years later".

Also, Guinness World Records states that double A-side charity single ""/"" (1997) by , a tribute to the late , is "the biggest-selling single since UK and US singles charts began in the 1950s, having accumulated worldwide sales of 33 million copies", making it the second-best-selling single of all time.

The list is split between physical (mainly and ) singles and digitally downloaded tracks which first became available to purchase in the early 2000s. 15 million copies or more Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 1942 50 ""/"" 1997 33 Bing Crosby "" 1935 30 "" 1954 25 "" 1992 20 "" 1960 20 "" 1985 20 "" 1939 19 "" 1977 18 "" 1997 18 "" 1994 16 "" 1991 15 and "" 1978 15 10–14.9 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 1978 14 "" 1991 14 "" 1963 13 "" 1982 13 "" 1949 12.5 "" 1963 12 and "" 1996 12 "" 1978 12 "" 1984 11.7 "" 1998 11 "" 1974 11 "" 1974 11 "" 1943 11 "" 1975 11 "" 1970 10 "" 1976 10 "" 1942 10 "" 1957 10 "" 1996 10 "" 1995 10 "" 1971 10 "" 1966 10 "" 1998 10 "" 1950 10 "" 1954 10 Elvis Presley "" 1956 10 "" 1967 10 "" 1998 10 8–9.9 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 1982 9 "" 1977 9 "" 2001 8.5 "" 1964 8 "" 1997 8 The Beatles "" 1968 8 "" 1985 8 "" 1968 8 "" 1948 8 "" 1999 8 "" 1984 8 "" 1991 8 "" 2004 8 "" 1956 8 "" 1969 8 7–7.9 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source and "" 2002 7.6 "" 1999 7 The Beatles "" 1964 7 "" 1990 7 "" 1978 7 "" 1971 7 "" 2002 7 "" 1967 7 "" 1998 7 "" 1980 7 "" 1964 7 "" 1972 7 "" 1964 7 "" 1996 7 "" 1960 7 6–6.9 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 1982 6.5 "" 1969 6 "" 1976 6 featuring "" 1995 6 Bing Crosby and "" 1943 6 "" 1924 6 featuring "" 1973 6 "" 1970 6 "" 1969 6 "" 1997 6 "" 1957 6 Madonna "" 1990 6 "" 1984 6 "" 1971 6 "" 1970 6 Elvis Presley "" 1956 6 Queen "" 1975 6 "" 1958 6 "" 1970 6 "" 1977 6 Bonnie Tyler "" 1983 6 5–5.9 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 1946 5.7 , , and "" 2001 5.2 "" 1967 5 ABBA "" 1974 5 "" 1927 5 Gene Autry "" 1935 5 The Beatles "" 1963 5 "" 1967 5 Culture Club "" 1983 5 "" 1990 5 "" 1970 5 "" 1967 5 "" 1974 5 The Jackson 5 "" 1970 5 "" 1968 5 "" 1968 5 Jerry Lee Lewis "" 1957 5 "" 1989 5 Madonna "" 1989 5 Ricky Martin "" 1995 5 "" 1977 5 "" 1957 5 "" 2001 5 The Monkees "" 1967 5 "" 1982 5 "" 1970 5 Elvis Presley "" 1960 5 Elvis Presley "" 1961 5 "" 1968 5 "" 1965 5 "" 1958 5 "" 1966 5 "" 1974 5 "" 1971 5 "" 1962 5 15 million digital copies or more Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 2017 26.6 featuring "" 2017 24.3 featuring "" 2015 20.9 feat.

"" 2016 20.7 featuring "" 2014 20 "" 2014 19.5 "" 2011 18 "" 2009 15 [ ] "" 2009 15 12–14.99 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source featuring and "" 2013 14.8 "" 2010 14 [ ] "" 2008 14 [ ] featuring "" 2011 13.9 [ ] "" 2013 13.9 " " 2012 13.5 "" 2015 13.5 and featuring "" 2012 13.4 featuring "" 2013 13.2 & featuring "" 2015 13.1 featuring "" 2011 13 featuring "" 2010 12.8 [ ] "" 2015 12.6 featuring and "" 2016 12.5 "" 2010 12.5 "" 2015 12.3 "" 2013 12.3 "" 2008 12.2 featuring Kesha "" 2009 12 featuring "" 2007 12 10–11.99 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 2015 11.7 and "" 2017 11.5 featuring "" 2013 11.1 feat.

"" 2016 11.1 "" 2010 11 [ ] "" 2014 11 "" 2013 10.9 "" 2015 10.8 featuring "" 2016 10.6 "" 2015 10.4 "" 2010 10.2 featuring "" 2016 10.2 "" 2013 10 "" 2015 10 featuring "" 2010 10 featuring "" 2006 10 "" 2011 10 8–9.99 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 2015 9.9 featuring "" 2013 9.9 "" 2013 9.9 "" 2017 9.7 "" 2009 9.7 featuring "" 2011 9.6 featuring "" 2013 9.6 featuring and "" 2013 9.3 "" 2014 9.2 "" 2012 9.1 featuring "" 2014 9.1 featuring "" 2008 9.1 featuring "" 2014 9 "" 2005 9 "" 2008 8.7 "" 2012 8.6 "" 2014 8.6 "" 2009 8.5 featuring "" 2011 8.4 "" 2017 8.3 "" 2017 8.3 "" 2013 8.3 "" 2014 8.3 "" 2011 8.2 featuring , , and "" 2011 8.2 "" 2015 8.1 featuring "" 2012 8.1 "" 2007 8 featuring , and "" 2014 8 7–7.99 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 2017 7.9 "" 2017 7.9 featuring "" 2013 7.9 "" 2017 7.8 "" 2008 7.7 "" 2008 7.7 "" 2008 7.6 featuring "" 2010 7.4 "" 2010 7.3 "" 2007 7.3 "" 2011 7.2 "" 2012 7.2 "" 2007 7 "" 2009 7 6–6.99 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 2012 6.9 featuring "" 2010 6.9 "" 2010 6.7 "" 2012 6.6 "" 2009 6.6 featuring "" 2007 6.6 "" 2009 6.5 featuring "" 2012 6.5 "" 2011 6.5 "" 2006 6.5 featuring "" 2010 6.4 "" 2008 6.2 "" 2007 6.1 "" 2008 6.1 and "" 2013 6 featuring "" 2014 6 "" 2009 6 featuring "" 2005 6 5–5.99 million copies Artist Single Released Sales (in millions) Source "" 2007 5.9 "" 2007 5.7 "" 2008 5.7 featuring "" 2008 5.7 "" 2007 5.6 featuring "" 2008 5.6 "" 2007 5.5 featuring "" 2012 5.5 "" 2008 5.5 "" 2008 5.5 "" 2012 5.4 "" 2007 5.25 "" 2007 5.2 "" 2007 5.2 "" 2007 5 "" 2005 5 & as Kaoru to Tomoki, Tamani Mook "" 2011 5 "" 2011 5 "" 2012 5 "" 2009 5 "" 2004 5 featuring "" 2010 5 "" 2006 5 "" 2010 5 featuring "" 2005 5 featuring "" 2010 5 The charts of the best-selling singles by year in the world are compiled by the annually since 2007.

These charts were published in their two annual reports, the Digital Music Report and the Recording Industry in Numbers. Both the Digital Music Report and the Recording Industry in Numbers were replaced in 2016 by the Global Music Report. Units sold include , audio and video , , full track downloads to mobile and, starting in 2013, . All versions of the same song are combined in these charts. Year Single Artist Nationality Sales (in millions) Source 2007 "" Canada 7.3 2008 "" featuring United States 9.1 2009 "" United States 9.8 2010 "" United States 12.8 2011 "" United States 12.5 2012 "" Canada 12.5 2013 "" featuring & United States 14.8 2014 "" United States 13.9 2015 "" featuring United States 20.9 2016 "" featuring & Canada 12.5 2017 "" United Kingdom 26.6 • ^ .

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