The Official Top 5 Biggest Songs of 2015
2 years ago Alinta Abeer 0
The tune’s been illuminating move floors consistently, and today OfficialCharts.com uncovers that Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ Uptown Funk keeps on driving the path as the greatest tune of 2015 as such. As we enter the last quarter of the year, the Official Charts Company can affirm that the track is at present the greatest track of the year, given offers and sound streams. Uptown Funk – the first of 11 Official Singles Chart Number 1s in our commencement – earned Mark his first UK graph topper back in December and logged an aggregate of seven weeks at the summit. The funk-soul track, which is as of now making the most of its 39th week in the Top 40, has joined offers of 1.63 million this year alone (2.12 million altogether).
At Number 2 is OMI’s Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix), with consolidated deals this year of 1.37 million since its April discharge. The late spring hymn initially entered the Top 100 at Number 94, 14 weeks before it in the long run took the top spot (click here to see its entire week-by-week graph run). Taking third place on the year’s greatest tracks so far is Hozier’s Take Me To Church. The blending soul-soul track is the main section in the Top 5 not to achieve Number 1, topping at Number 2 for four back to back weeks following a 20-week move inside the Official Singles Chart Top 40. To date, its joined deals stand at 1.14 million in 2015 (1.43m by and large). At Number 4 is Ellie Goulding’s 50 Shades Of Gray track Love Me Like You Do, moving 1.1 million so far this year. The tune logged four weeks at Number 1 (holding Hozier off the top spot for three of them!) back in February this year. Adjusting off the Top 5 is Wiz Khalifa deed. Charlie Puth See You Again. The Fast and Furious seven tribute to performer Paul Walker has racked up joined outline offers of 1.07 million since its April discharge, burning through two weeks on the Official Singles Chart before being knocked off by OMI’s Cheerleader.
Further down the count, Maroon 5 bring ninth spot with Sugar. The track is the main tune in the Top 10 not to have stopped inside the Top 3, coming to Number 7 in February (and again for two weeks in April). Other eminent sections incorporate Jason Derulo’s Want To Me, which grounds simply outside the Top 10 at Number 13. The track, which took the title of most downloaded tune of summer 2015, as of now has a joined deals and gushing aggregate of 701,000. Ed Sheeran takes three spots on the graph with Thinking Loud (10), Bloodstream (25) and Photograph (30), and Calvin Harris is the most up to date track in the Top 40 with his Disciples coordinated effort How Deep Is Your Love at Number 29.
The Official Top 5 Biggest Songs of 2015 so far are…
1 UPTOWN FUNK MARK RONSON FT BRUNO MARS
2 CHEERLEADER (FELIX JAEHN REMIX) OMI
3 TAKE ME TO CHURCH HOZIER
4 LOVE ME LIKE YOU DO ELLIE GOULDING
5 SEE YOU AGAIN WIZ KHALIFA FT CHARLIE PUTH