Now four years since streaming was incorporated into the Official Singles Chart , we're looking at the leading ladies who have dominated in recent years, during the latest evolution of the chart. The Top 40 most streamed songs by women have generated a staggering 3 billion plays in the UK, with women from nine countries represented. When compiling this chart, based on Official Charts Company data female solo artists credited as the lead artist were included, as were all-female groups. Touch may not have reached Number 1, peaking at 4, but its 20 weeks in the Top 40 have helped it become their most played, with an impressive As a lead artist, Rihanna has plenty of huge streaming hits to hear name, the highest being Work, featuring Drake. One of only four songs by a female vocalist to top million streams in the UK, Work features at Number 4 with a mighty million streams logged to date. She's got New Rules, and we've counted the streams! Dua Lipa 's no-nonsense banger became the first UK Number 1 by a female artist as the lead in nearly two years, and spent two weeks in pole position. With million plays, Dua's New Rules is already the third most streamed single by a female artist in the UK.
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Guardian music writers have picked their favourite songs of the year — from UK drill breakthroughs to pure pop anthems — and put them all on a giant playlist. Mon 3 Dec K icking off our roundups of the best music of , polled from votes by more than 50 Guardian music writers, we count down our favourite tracks of the year — topped by a man who managed to unpick US racial politics, launch a thousand thinkpieces and reach No 1 in the US charts, all with a single track.
When talking about so far at Billboard , it's hard to avoid the fact that the chart year has only had 24 editions of the Hot , and Drake has been No. It's the most that any one artist has dominated the listing's top spot in a year's first six months this decade -- though shout-out to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' combined 11 weeks on top in the first half of -- and it essentially leaves the non-Drake part of the field wide open when it comes to discussing the year's best and biggest singles. But that's fine. Beyond the Drakening, has been a year of pleasant surprises on the charts: All-Star teamups we didn't see coming, previously unknown artists coming out with left-field hits, and a handful of big-name comebacks taking us to unexpected new places, all of which made the predictability at pop's highest level forgivable. And besides, those two Drake songs are pretty great too: You'll see them both below as we recount our 50 favorite songs of so far, with a Spotify playlist of all 50 at the bottom. The moment fans have been waiting for since Timberlake and Stapleton collaborated at the CMA Awards finally came in , and it's as special as that instant-classic performance. Not only did the song take JT and Chris' bromance to the next level, it made it very clear that their CMA team-up was no fluke. Jade Bird, "Lottery".