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Official Singles Chart on 17/6/2016

17 June 2016 - 23 June 2016

The Official UK Singles Chart reflects the UK’s biggest songs of the week, based on audio and video streams, downloads, CDs and vinyl, compiled by the Official Charts Company. The UK Top 40 is broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and MTV, the Top 100 is published exclusively on OfficialCharts.com. View the biggest songs of 2023.

 

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Memo Enea

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Listei Andra feat David Bisbal https://youtu.be/EflkXHaDYsU

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Memo Enea

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Listen this music Romanian Singer Andra - https://youtu.be/DBcVPsTmG5I

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graham streek

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I remember when chart hits didn't have "ft" in the credit.

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Simon Flynn

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In the album chart we see Rick Astley and Paul Simon with recent no1's
It seems that this reflects the true value of artists. So if children continually keep streaming drake just because he is so current and cool will it be no1 for ever. I'm pleased Billie ray Martin is currently at no 15 in the US with her new single, no hope for any UK placing

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Qwertyuiopmdjvnd

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Why not change the way you quantify streams. Like make the number of new streamers of a track per week to be equivalent to sales units

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RIME

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Nobody collects that data though. Neither Nielsen or the services.

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tanishka

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only 1 song of one direction

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Painmix King

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I have to make this point every week. I totally agree with everyone complaining about how boring the charts are these days and they should eliminate streaming. The fact of the matter is that if you look closely enough you will see there is a seperate sales only chart which is compiled the traditional way. My only complaint is that the sales chart should be the principal one. As the record books will show Justin Timberlake failed to get to No.1 when in fact it has been at No.1 in the sales chart for at least the last 3 weeks

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Carl Mefkintallica Foxall

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How the r The Stone Roses only at no. 21 wen they were no. 3 on Monday's update??? The charts r a joke

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theboy

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really bored chart. no excitament.

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I Am A Stegosaurus

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One Dance number 1 AGAIN?!?!?! BULLSH*T!!! WHAT A FIX!!!!!!!!! I swear streaming services are rigging their figures, and This Girl deserved the top spot MUCH more.

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mehaan

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dude ACCEPT DRAKE IS SUCCESSFUL HE IS JUST DOING BETTER THAN EVERYONE ELSE ONE DANCE IS A GOOD SONG CAN U STOP HATING ON HIM SO MUCH RESPECT HE IS SUCCESSFUL CUZ NOW THE CHARTS HAVE STUPID RULES THANKS TO U

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Tom Ingrid

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A great year for Canadian artists - 16 weeks at number one so far (Justin Beiber - 3, Shawn Mendes - 2, Drake - 10).
By contrast only one week at number one for a British artist (Zayn). This must be one of the poorest years for British artists hitting number one for a while?

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Karsten Be

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Whats the point in spamming every comment "Simeon Davenport"

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RIME

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While I agree it's a bit overkill (if I were to take a similar stance, I'd just make a solitary post), he wanted to make sure the people in opposition all got notice of the video, and since there's no BCC or anything for Disqus, he chose that route.

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Simeon Davenport

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Dear everyone: If you think adding streams to the charts is stupid and it should go away, please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AT8GgRpDDLI
Streaming won't be going away from the charts. it up and move on! You're always welcome to check out the sales chart.

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James A Beswick

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Spamming everyone with this video, did you lose a bet with the guy or something ?

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Simeon Davenport

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No, I don't even know him. I replied to everyone with this video to help explain to them why streaming is included in the charts and why it's not going away. Did you watch the video? Do you understand why it's included and why it's not going away?

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James A Beswick

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Me watch it? God no. I couldn't give a toss about the charts, I download the new entries and that's it, where they are in the chart and who they're by I don't really care but other people might.

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Simeon Davenport

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Well if you ever want to know why streaming is incorporated in the charts and why it isn't going away, watch that video.

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drew

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wish you would go away

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Christopher Bebbington

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What's the point of the chart if the number one for weeks is just because of streams??

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James England

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Rick Astley is number one in the album chart! I can't believe it! Rick is back! I never imagined he would have another number one album. Biggest surprise of the year! His last number one album was 29 years ago.

As for this Drake geezer, boring. Drake will probably be number one for the rest of the year. Wake me up when he drops down the chart!

Oh well, at least we got Rick Astley and his moves:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBwD4iYcWC4

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I Am A Stegosaurus

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'Wake me up when he drops down the chart!'

Good one!

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Scott Harris

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OK, it's official. This is the worst year for the UK Singles chart ever.

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I Am A Stegosaurus

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Of this decade, and possibly millennium, yes.

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mehaan

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NO ITS NOT

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mehaan

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OMG ACCEPT THE FACT DRAKE IS DOING SUCCESSFUL

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Dave Brown

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Ridiculous. Drake is Number 9 in Sales yet still apparently Number 1. Totally irrelevant - No wonder it was moved to Friday afternoon. No wonder the Pick of the Pops show on Saturday afternoon has more listeners - When charts had relevance as well as when music had variety.

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RIME

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I'd argue it's more relevant now since it reflects the current revenue climate. If accuracy leads to monotony, blame consumers.

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Geraint Gill

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The charts are a right joke now, Dave!

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Simeon Davenport

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Hey, do you think adding streams to the charts is stupid? Do you think it should go away and it needs to stop? Well, please consider watching this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AT8GgRpDDLI
He talks about the Billboard charts specifically but the same thing applies to the OCC.

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Richard Goodyer

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Spot on Dave. Who or what is Drake anyway?

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akiue

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my thoughts exactly. if the british music-consuming community doesn't use streaming then expect monotony lol

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I Am A Stegosaurus

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You don't know who Drake is? Sheesh, you must be living under some kind of massive rock. But I agree. 10 weeks? I'm calling BS on this one.

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Painmix King

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Not a funny one though Geraint

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mehaan

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LOOK DRAKE IS JUST POPULAR HE BLEW UP IN 2013 WHEN JUST HOLD ON WE GOING HOME GOT 31 END OF YEAR AND HOTLINE BLIND GOT 40 END OF YEAR 2015 AND NOW HE IS MORE SUCCESSFUL THAN ANY OTHER ARTIST AND IS CERTIFIED BIGGEST SONG OF 2016

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A Taste Of International Music

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My facebook music page! It's UK week after all - and no Drake, I promise!
https://www.facebook.com/atasteofinternationalmusic/

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mehaan

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WHATS UR ISSUE WITH DRAKE?

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Mark Victor

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I have followed the charts for the last 40 years, but I have to say I have finally lost interest. Streaming has made the charts a joke. Drake is the 9th best selling song of this week, but still no1. All past chart feats have been made obsolete. Has ruined one of the passions I had!!

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RIME

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The problem is you think raw sales are the only measure of success. Think of it this way: One Dance pulled in more revenue through royalty payments of streams and royalty payments of digital and physical outlets than any other song for 10 weeks. If you want to keep track of records through the sales chart, nothing's stopping you: it too is right on the site.

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Geraint Gill

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I think I'm the same, Mark, I used to be a huge chart fan but have now lost interest. I tend to listen to downloads of old charts now, maybe I'm just getting old!

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Richard Goodyer

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Point well put. Someone must like Drake.

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RIME

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Actually I don't really, and I must admit that it is a bit of a shame to see the top 10 so stagnant for almost a month now. Still, I accept that this is in fact reflecting current trends and so I don't shoot the metaphorical messager.

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Mark Willmott

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Got to change this streaming business!!!

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Piran

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So here is my opinion on the UK charts this week:
- Congratulations to Drake for a 10th consecutive week at #1 on the singles chart with 'One Dance'. :)
I do love this song but the Top 10 has become a bit stagnant. There is very little movement of chart positions & so many other great hits like 'Can't Stop The Feeling' & 'This Is What You Came For' have been blocked from the top. Hopefully 'This Girl' goes to #1 next week though... such a great summer dance anthem & it was only about 1,750 copies behind this week.
- There were 5 new entries in the Top 40 today & once again there's good variety & some of my favourite new music. It's always nice to see a lot of different genres enter the chart at once.
- On the albums chart, it's great that Rick Astley's '50' got to #1. I really like Tom Odell & his new collection 'Wrong Crowd' as well so I'm pleased that it entered at #2 (after a very close race throughout the past seven days).
As usual, great job to everyone in the charts today.

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mehaan

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:O U know Tom Odell and another love cuz u liked his new collection

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Piran

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I remember that song! 😍

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mehaan

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it got 75 on 2021 end of year

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mehaan

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Little did everyone know Drake's one dance would surpass umbrella and i will always love you

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Johnny McVey

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Hey OCC, enough already! Change the streaming rate!!

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RIME

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The current rate is derived from the value of streams on average as determined by the industry. It's not subjective.