Robbie Williams' Official most-streamed songs in the UK

From Candy to Feel, from Angels to Let Me Entertain are all of Robbie's biggest hits on streaming.
robbie williams most streamed singles uk

Robbie Williams is UK chart royalty.

When he chose to leave Take That, no-one (apart from maybe Robbie himself) could have predicted how successful his solo career would go on to be. Since going solo properly in 1996, Robbie has logged 7 UK Number 1 singles, and made Official Charts history in 2022 when he earned his 14th UK Number 1 album with XXV.

Now, Robbie has overtaken Elvis has the solo artist with the most Number 1 albums in UK chart history. Only The Beatles have more, with 15.

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As we celebrate Robbie's 50th birthday today (February 13), we thought it was high-time that we count down his most-streamed hits ever in the UK.

But before we reveal the list in full, here's a closer look at the Top 5...

5. Let Me Entertain You

Released: 1998
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 3
Total UK streams: 40 million

A fitting title for the man who is probably Britain's primary musical entertainer, Let Me Entertain You basically set the blueprint for Robbie's entire solo career. Loud, bombastic, and enough charm to blow your socks off regardless of what you think about it...or him.

4. Candy

Released: 2012
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 1
Total UK streams: 41 million

Hey! Ho! Robbie had nothing but hits in mind when he made Candy; you can practically smell the Number 1 dangling in front of his face like a carrot. A reunion with former Take That bandmate and bestie Gary Barlow, Candy was Robbie's seventh and most recent solo chart-topping single.

3. Feel

Released: 2002
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 4
Total UK streams: 47 million

He just wants to feel! Real love! Robbie's big, stately ballad-banger Feel was originally written three years before its release, and on the finished version, Robbie actually kept his original demo vocal take in, since he felt his attempts at re-recording it failed to recapture the very clear emotion, yearning and longing on his first take at it. Good decision, we'd say.

2. Rock DJ

Released: 2000
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 1
Total UK streams: 60 million

That rare kind of pop song that feels both staggeringly universal (Rock DJ was made to be performed in front of thousands of adoring fans), but weirdly personal. Part of Robbie's big appeal as a pop star - in Britain especially at the start of his career - was how his cheeky chappy antics basically made it seem like you weren't listening to the ambitions of a potential superstar, but having a pint with your slightly chaotic mate down the local.

1. Angels

Released: 1997
Official Singles Chart peak: Number 4
Total UK streams: 113 million

Everyone knows the words to Robbie Williams' Angels right? Not only Robbie's most-streamed song ever in the UK, his 1997 magnum opus still ranks as Robbie Williams' biggest single ever on the Official Singles Chart overall

Despite (somehow) never getting to Number 1, if Taylor Swift knows every word to your song...we say you end up a winner in the end. As well as its impressive streaming performance, Angels is also one of the rare singles in chart history that managed to achieve million-selling status without reaching Number 1, it got to a somewhat modest Number 4 but never looked back.

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he’s just awful! his music is awful and his cocky personality makes me want to throw a brick at him