List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of the 2010s

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The Billboard Hot 100 is a chart that ranks the best-performing singles of the United States. Published by Billboard magazine, the data are compiled by Nielsen SoundScan based collectively on each single's weekly physical and digital sales, airplay, and, since 2012, streaming.

A new chart is compiled and officially released to the public every Tuesday in Billboard magazine and on its website. Each chart is dated with the "week-ending" date of the Saturday eleven days after. (Prior to the July 25, 2015 issue, the chart was released every Thursday.)[1]

Number-one singles[edit]

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Key
 *  – Number-one single as of December 23, 2017
 ♪  Number-one single of the year
Singer Katy Perry ranks second for the most songs atop the Hot 100 (eight) in the 2010s decade. She also has the third longest cumulative run at number one (twenty-six weeks) so far during the 2010s.
British singer Adele had the number-one single of 2011 per Billboard's year-end charts with "Rolling in the Deep". So far during the 2010s, Adele has had the fourth-longest cumulative run at number one (24 weeks) after Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Katy Perry.
Singer Carly Rae Jepsen was at number one for nine weeks with her debut single "Call Me Maybe".
Taylor Swift has earned five number one singles with her songs We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, Shake It Off, Blank Space, Bad Blood and Look What You Made Me Do and spend eighteen weeks on number one.
# Reached number one Artist(s) Single Weeks at
number one
Reference
2010
980 January 2, 2010 Kesha "Tik Tok"♪ [2] 9 [3]
981 March 6, 2010 The Black Eyed Peas "Imma Be" 2 [4]
982 March 20, 2010 Taio Cruz featuring Ludacris "Break Your Heart" 1 [5]
983 March 27, 2010 Rihanna "Rude Boy" 5 [6]
984 May 1, 2010 B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars "Nothin' on You" 2 [7]
985 May 15, 2010 Usher featuring will.i.am "OMG" 4 [8]
986 May 22, 2010 Eminem "Not Afraid" 1 [9]
987 June 19, 2010 Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg "California Gurls" 6 [10]
988 July 31, 2010 Eminem featuring Rihanna "Love the Way You Lie" 7 [11]
989 September 18, 2010 Katy Perry "Teenage Dream" 2 [12]
990 October 2, 2010 Bruno Mars "Just the Way You Are" 4 [13]
991 October 30, 2010 Far East Movement featuring The Cataracs and Dev "Like a G6" 3 [14]
992 November 13, 2010 Kesha "We R Who We R" 1 [15]
993 November 20, 2010 Rihanna featuring Drake "What's My Name?" 1 [16]
994 December 4, 2010 Rihanna "Only Girl (In the World)" 1 [17]
995 December 11, 2010 Pink "Raise Your Glass" 1 [18]
996 December 18, 2010 Katy Perry "Firework" 4 [19]
2011
997 January 8, 2011 Bruno Mars "Grenade" 4 [20]
998 January 29, 2011 Britney Spears "Hold It Against Me" 1 [21]
999 February 19, 2011 Wiz Khalifa "Black and Yellow" 1 [22]
1000 February 26, 2011 Lady Gaga "Born This Way" 6 [23]
1001 April 9, 2011 Katy Perry featuring Kanye West "E.T." 5 [24]
1002 April 30, 2011 Rihanna featuring Britney Spears[25] "S&M" 1 [26]
1003 May 21, 2011 Adele "Rolling in the Deep"♪ [27] 7 [28]
1004 July 9, 2011 Pitbull featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack and Nayer "Give Me Everything" 1 [29]
1005 July 16, 2011 LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock "Party Rock Anthem" 6 [30]
1006 August 27, 2011 Katy Perry "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" 2 [31]
1007 September 10, 2011 Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera "Moves Like Jagger" 4 [32]
1008 September 17, 2011 Adele "Someone Like You" 5 [33]
1009 November 12, 2011 Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris "We Found Love" 10 [34]
2012
1010 January 7, 2012 LMFAO "Sexy and I Know It" 2 [35]
1011 February 4, 2012 Adele "Set Fire to the Rain" 2 [36]
1012 February 18, 2012 Kelly Clarkson "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" 3 [37]
1013 March 3, 2012 Katy Perry "Part of Me" 1 [38]
1014 March 17, 2012 Fun featuring Janelle Monáe "We Are Young" 6 [39]
1015 April 28, 2012 Gotye featuring Kimbra "Somebody That I Used to Know"♪ [40] 8 [41]
1016 June 23, 2012 Carly Rae Jepsen "Call Me Maybe" 9 [42]
1017 August 25, 2012 Flo Rida "Whistle" 2 [43]
1018 September 1, 2012 Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" 3 [44]
1019 September 29, 2012 Maroon 5 "One More Night" 9 [45]
1020 December 1, 2012 Rihanna "Diamonds" 3 [46]
1021 December 22, 2012 Bruno Mars "Locked Out of Heaven" 6 [47]
2013
1022 February 2, 2013 Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz "Thrift Shop"♪ [48] 6 [49]
1023 March 2, 2013 Baauer "Harlem Shake" 5 [50]
1024 April 20, 2013 Bruno Mars "When I Was Your Man" 1 [51]
1025 April 27, 2013 Pink featuring Nate Ruess "Just Give Me a Reason" 3 [52]
1026 May 18, 2013 Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton "Can't Hold Us" 5 [53]
1027 June 22, 2013 Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell "Blurred Lines" 12 [54]
1028 September 14, 2013 Katy Perry "Roar" 2 [55]
1029 September 28, 2013 Miley Cyrus "Wrecking Ball" 3 [56]
1030 October 12, 2013 Lorde "Royals" 9 [57]
1031 December 21, 2013 Eminem featuring Rihanna "The Monster" 4 [58]
2014
1032 January 18, 2014 Pitbull featuring Kesha "Timber" 3 [59]
1033 February 8, 2014 Katy Perry featuring Juicy J "Dark Horse" 4 [60]
1034 March 8, 2014 Pharrell Williams "Happy"♪ [61] 10 [62]
1035 May 17, 2014 John Legend "All of Me" 3 [63]
1036 June 7, 2014 Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX "Fancy" 7 [64]
1037 July 26, 2014 Magic! "Rude" 6 [65]
1038 September 6, 2014 Taylor Swift "Shake It Off" 4 [66]
1039 September 20, 2014 Meghan Trainor "All About That Bass" 8 [67]
1040 November 29, 2014 Taylor Swift "Blank Space" 7 [68]
2015
1041 January 17, 2015 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars "Uptown Funk"♪ [69] 14 [70]
1042 April 25, 2015 Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth "See You Again" 12 [71]
1043 June 6, 2015 Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar "Bad Blood" 1 [72]
1044 July 25, 2015 OMI "Cheerleader" 6 [73]
1045 August 22, 2015 The Weeknd "Can't Feel My Face" 3 [74]
1046 September 19, 2015 Justin Bieber "What Do You Mean?" 1 [75]
1047 October 3, 2015 The Weeknd "The Hills" 6 [76]
1048 November 14, 2015 Adele "Hello" 10 [77]
2016
1049 January 23, 2016 Justin Bieber "Sorry" 3 [78]
1050 February 13, 2016 Justin Bieber "Love Yourself"♪ [79] 2 [80]
1051 February 20, 2016 Zayn "Pillowtalk" 1 [81]
1052 March 5, 2016 Rihanna featuring Drake "Work" 9 [82]
1053 May 7, 2016 Desiigner "Panda" 2 [83]
1054 May 21, 2016 Drake featuring WizKid and Kyla "One Dance" 10 [84]
1055 May 28, 2016 Justin Timberlake "Can't Stop the Feeling!" 1 [85]
1056 August 6, 2016 Sia featuring Sean Paul "Cheap Thrills" 4 [86]
1057 September 3, 2016 The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey "Closer" 12 [87]
1058 November 26, 2016 Rae Sremmurd featuring Gucci Mane "Black Beatles" 7 [88]
2017
1059 January 7, 2017 The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk "Starboy" 1 [89]
1060 January 21, 2017 Migos featuring Lil Uzi Vert "Bad and Boujee" 3 [90]
1061 January 28, 2017 Ed Sheeran "Shape of You"♪ [91] 12 [92]
1062 May 6, 2017 Kendrick Lamar "Humble" 1 [93]
1063 May 13, 2017 Bruno Mars "That's What I Like" 1 [94]
1064 May 20, 2017 DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne "I'm the One" 1 [95]
1065 May 27, 2017 Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber "Despacito" 16 [96]
1066 September 16, 2017 Taylor Swift "Look What You Made Me Do" 3 [97]
1067 October 7, 2017 Cardi B "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)" 3 [98]
1068 October 28, 2017 Post Malone featuring 21 Savage "Rockstar" 8 [99]
1069 December 23, 2017 Ed Sheeran duet with Beyoncé "Perfect" 1* [100]

Statistics[edit]

Barbadian artist Rihanna had the most songs atop the Hot 100 (nine), has the longest cumulative run at number one (forty-one weeks), and is tied for the fifth longest-running number-one single ("We Found Love" featuring Calvin Harris, ten weeks) so far during the 2010s.

Artists by total number-one singles[edit]

The following artists achieved three or more number-one singles during the 2010s, so far. A number of artists had number-one singles on their own as well as part of a collaboration. An asterisk (*) denotes that an artist is currently at number one.

Artist Number-one
singles
Singles
Rihanna 9 "Rude Boy"
"Love the Way You Lie"
"What's My Name?"
"Only Girl (In the World)"
"S&M"
"We Found Love"
"Diamonds"
"The Monster"
"Work"
Katy Perry 8 "California Gurls"
"Teenage Dream"
"Firework"
"E.T."
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)"
"Part of Me"
"Roar"
"Dark Horse"
Bruno Mars 7 "Nothin' on You"
"Just the Way You Are"
"Grenade"
"Locked Out of Heaven"
"When I Was Your Man"
"Uptown Funk"
"That's What I Like"
Justin Bieber 5 "What Do You Mean?"
"Sorry"
"Love Yourself"
"I'm the One"
"Despacito"
Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
"Shake It Off"
"Blank Space"
"Bad Blood"
"Look What You Made Me Do"
Adele 4 "Rolling in the Deep"
"Someone Like You"
"Set Fire to the Rain"
"Hello"
Eminem 3 "Not Afraid"
"Love the Way You Lie"
"The Monster"
Kesha "Tik Tok"
"We R Who We R"
"Timber"
Drake "What's My Name?"
"Work"
"One Dance"
The Weeknd "Can't Feel My Face"
"The Hills"
"Starboy"
  • Note: Rapper will.i.am has had two number-one singles during the 2010s as part of The Black Eyed Peas and as a featured solo artist on Usher's "OMG", but both instances are counted separately.
  • Note: Singer Nate Ruess has had two number-one singles during the 2010s as part of the band Fun and as a featured solo artist on Pink's "Just Give Me a Reason", but both instances are counted separately.
  • Note: Rapper Quavo has had two number-one singles during the 2010s as part of the group Migos and as a featured solo artist on DJ Khaled's "I'm the One", but both instances are counted separately.

Artists by total cumulative weeks at number-one[edit]

Singer and producer Pharrell Williams has the fifth-longest cumulative run atop the Hot 100, with 22 weeks. He also has the second-longest and the fifth-longest-running No. 1 of the decade, with "Blurred Lines" and "Happy", respectively.

The following artists were featured at the top of the Hot 100 for the highest cumulative number of weeks during the 2010s, so far. Some totals include in part or in whole weeks spent at number one as part of a collaboration. An asterisk (*) denotes that an artist is currently at number one.

Artist Weeks at
number one
Singles
Rihanna 41 "Rude Boy" (5 weeks)
"Love the Way You Lie" (7 weeks)
"What's My Name?" (1 week)
"Only Girl (In the World)" (1 week)
"S&M" (1 week)
"We Found Love" (10 weeks)
"Diamonds" (3 weeks)
"The Monster" (4 weeks)
"Work" (9 weeks)
Bruno Mars 32 "Nothin' on You" (2 weeks)
"Just the Way You Are" (4 weeks)
"Grenade" (4 weeks)
"Locked Out of Heaven" (6 weeks)
"When I Was Your Man" (1 week)
"Uptown Funk" (14 weeks)
"That's What I Like" (1 week)
Katy Perry 26 "California Gurls" (6 weeks)
"Teenage Dream" (2 weeks)
"Firework" (4 weeks)
"E.T." (5 weeks)
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" (2 weeks)
"Part of Me" (1 weeks)
"Roar" (2 weeks)
"Dark Horse" (4 weeks)
Adele 24 "Rolling in the Deep" (7 weeks)
"Someone Like You" (5 weeks)
"Set Fire to the Rain" (2 weeks)
"Hello" (10 weeks)
Justin Bieber 23 "What Do You Mean?" (1 week)
"Sorry" (3 weeks)
"Love Yourself" (2 weeks)
"I'm the One" (1 week)
"Despacito" (16 weeks)
Pharrell Williams 22 "Blurred Lines" (12 weeks)
"Happy" (10 weeks)
Drake 20 "What's My Name?" (1 week)
"Work" (9 weeks)
"One Dance" (10 weeks)
Taylor Swift 18 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" (3 weeks)
"Shake It Off" (4 weeks)
"Blank Space" (7 weeks)
"Bad Blood" (1 week)
"Look What You Made Me Do" (3 weeks)
Luis Fonsi 16 "Despacito" (16 weeks)
Daddy Yankee "Despacito" (16 weeks)
Singer Kesha's debut single "Tik Tok" is the first number-one single of the 2010s. It spent nine weeks at number one and became Billboard's top single of 2010.

Top 10 songs[edit]

The following ten songs were rated by Billboard as the best-selling and most-played songs in the US during the 2010s, before November 2015.[101]

# Song Artist(s)
1 "Party Rock Anthem" LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett and GoonRock
2 "Uptown Funk" Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars
3 "We Found Love" Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris
4 "Somebody That I Used to Know" Gotye featuring Kimbra
5 "Rolling in the Deep" Adele
6 "Call Me Maybe" Carly Rae Jepsen
7 "Blurred Lines" Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell Williams
8 "Royals" Lorde
9 "All About That Bass" Meghan Trainor
10 "Moves Like Jagger" Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera

Songs by total number of weeks at number-one[edit]

The following songs were featured at the top of the Hot 100 for the highest number of weeks during the 2010s, so far. An asterisk (*) denotes that the single is currently at number one.

Song Artist(s) Weeks at
number one
References
"Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber 16 [96]
"Uptown Funk" Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars 14 [70]
"Blurred Lines" Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell 12 [54]
"See You Again" Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth 12 [71]
"Closer" The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey 12 [87]
"Shape of You" Ed Sheeran 12 [92]
"We Found Love" Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris 10 [34]
"Happy" Pharrell Williams 10 [62]
"Hello" Adele 10 [77]
"One Dance" Drake featuring WizKid and Kyla 10 [84]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard Staff (June 24, 2015). "Billboard to Alter Chart Tracking Week for Global Release Date". Billboard. Retrieved November 16, 2015. 
  2. ^ Caulfield, Keith (December 9, 2010). "Lady Gaga Is Billboard's 2010 Artist of the Year, Ke$ha Takes Top New Act". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved December 14, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Tik Tok" January 2 – February 27, 2010:
  4. ^ "Imma Be" March 6–13, 2010:
  5. ^ "Break Your Heart" March 20, 2010:
  6. ^ "Rude Boy" March 27 – April 24, 2010:
  7. ^ "Nothin' on You" May 1–8, 2010:
  8. ^ "OMG" May 15, May 29 – June 12, 2010:
  9. ^ "Not Afraid" May 22, 2010:
  10. ^ "California Gurls" June 19 – July 24, 2010:
  11. ^ "Love the Way You Lie" July 31 – September 11, 2010:
  12. ^ "Teenage Dream" September 18–25, 2010:
  13. ^ "Just the Way You Are" October 2–23, 2010:
  14. ^ "Like a G6" October 30 – November 6, November 27, 2010:
  15. ^ "We R Who We R" November 13, 2010:
  16. ^ "What's My Name?" November 20, 2010:
  17. ^ "Only Girl (In the World)" December 4, 2010:
  18. ^ "Raise Your Glass" December 11, 2010
  19. ^ "Firework" December 18, 2010 – January 1, 2011; January 15, 2011:
  20. ^ "Grenade" January 8, January 22, February 5–12, 2011:
  21. ^ "Hold It Against Me" January 29, 2011:
  22. ^ "Black and Yellow" February 19, 2011:
  23. ^ "Born This Way" February 26 – April 2, 2011:
  24. ^ "E.T." April 9–23, May 7–14, 2011:
  25. ^ Trust, Gary (April 22, 2011). "Ask Billboard: Britney Spears, Rihanna, Hits Of The World". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved May 29, 2011. 
  26. ^ "S&M" April 30, 2011:
  27. ^ Caulfield, Keith (December 9, 2011). "The Year in Pop: Adele Makes History". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved December 14, 2011. 
  28. ^ "Rolling in the Deep" May 21 – July 2, 2011:
  29. ^ "Give Me Everything" July 9, 2011:
  30. ^ "Party Rock Anthem" July 16 – August 20, 2011:
  31. ^ "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" August 27 – September 3, 2011:
  32. ^ "Moves Like Jagger" September 10, September 24 – October 8, 2011:
  33. ^ "Someone Like You" September 17, October 15 – November 5, 2011:
  34. ^ a b "We Found Love" November 12 – December 31, 2011; January 21–28, 2012:
  35. ^ "Sexy and I Know It" January 7–14, 2012:
  36. ^ "Set Fire to the Rain" February 4–11, 2012:
  37. ^ "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" February 18–25, March 10, 2012:
  38. ^ "Part of Me" March 3, 2012:
  39. ^ "We Are Young" March 17 – April 21, 2012:
  40. ^ "2012: The Year In Music". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. December 14, 2012. Retrieved December 14, 2012. 
  41. ^ "Somebody That I Used to Know" April 28 – June 16, 2012:
  42. ^ "Call Me Maybe" June 23 – August 18, 2012:
  43. ^ "Whistle" August 25, September 15, 2012:
  44. ^ "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" September 1–8, September 22, 2012:
  45. ^ "One More Night" September 29 – November 24, 2012:
  46. ^ "Diamonds" December 1–15, 2012:
  47. ^ "Locked Out of Heaven" December 22, 2012 – January 26, 2013:
  48. ^ "Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Bruno Mars Highlight Year-End Hot 100 Chart". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. December 13, 2013. Retrieved May 5, 2014. 
  49. ^ "Thrift Shop" February 2–23, April 6–13, 2013:
  50. ^ "Harlem Shake" March 2–30, 2013:
  51. ^ "When I Was Your Man" April 20, 2013:
  52. ^ "Just Give Me a Reason" April 27 – May 11, 2013:
  53. ^ "Can't Hold Us" May 18 – June 15, 2013:
  54. ^ a b "Blurred Lines" June 22 – September 7, 2013:
  55. ^ "Roar" September 14–21, 2013:
  56. ^ "Wrecking Ball" September 28 – October 5, December 14, 2013:
  57. ^ "Royals" October 12 – December 7, 2013:
  58. ^ "The Monster" December 21, 2013 – January 11, 2014:
  59. ^ "Timber" January 18 – February 1, 2014:
  60. ^ "Dark Horse" February 8 – March 1, 2014:
  61. ^ Caulfield, Keith (December 9, 2014). "The Year in Pop 2014: One Direction, 'Frozen,' & Pharrell Dominate". Billboard.com. Retrieved December 10, 2014. 
  62. ^ a b "Happy" March 8 – May 10, 2014:
  63. ^ "All of Me" May 17–31, 2014:
  64. ^ "Fancy" June 7 – July 19, 2014:
  65. ^ "Rude" July 26 – August 30, 2014:
  66. ^ "Shake It Off" September 6–13, 2014; November 15–22, 2014:
  67. ^ "All About That Bass" September 20 – November 8, 2014:
  68. ^ "Blank Space" November 29, 2014 – January 10, 2015:
  69. ^ Caulfield, Keith (December 9, 2015). "The Year in Pop 2015: Taylor Swift, '1989' and 'Uptown Funk!' Rule as Top Artist, Album and Song". Billboard.com. Retrieved December 10, 2015. 
  70. ^ a b "Uptown Funk" January 17 – April 18, 2015:
  71. ^ a b "See You Again" April 25 – May 30, June 13 – July 18, 2015:
  72. ^ "Bad Blood" June 6, 2015:
  73. ^ "Cheerleader" July 25 – August 15, 2015; August 29 – September 5, 2015:
  74. ^ "Can't Feel My Face" August 22, 2015; September 12, 2015; September 26, 2015:
  75. ^ "What Do You Mean?" September 19, 2015:
  76. ^ "The Hills" October 3 – November 7, 2015:
  77. ^ a b "Hello" November 14, 2015 – January 16, 2016:
  78. ^ "Sorry" January 23 – February 6, 2016:
  79. ^ Caulfield, Keith (December 8, 2016). "The Year in Charts 2016: Adele Rules as Top Artist (Again!), Justin Bieber Leads Hot 100". Billboard.com. Retrieved December 8, 2016. 
  80. ^ "Love Yourself" February 13, 2016; February 27, 2016:
  81. ^ "Pillowtalk" February 20, 2016:
  82. ^ "Work" March 5 – April 30, 2016:
  83. ^ "Panda" May 7–14, 2016:
  84. ^ a b "One Dance" May 21, 2016; June 4 – July 30, 2016:
  85. ^ "Can't Stop the Feeling!" May 28, 2016:
  86. ^ "Cheap Thrills" August 6–27, 2016:
  87. ^ a b "Closer" September 3 – November 19, 2016:
  88. ^ "Black Beatles" November 26 – December 31, 2016; January 14, 2017:
  89. ^ "Starboy" January 7, 2017:
  90. ^ "Bad and Boujee" January 21, 2017; February 4–11, 2017:
  91. ^ Caulfield, Keith (December 11, 2017). "The Year in Charts 2017: Ed Sheeran Is Top Artist, Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' Rules Billboard 200". Billboard.com. Retrieved December 11, 2017. 
  92. ^ a b "Shape of You" January 28, 2017; February 18 – April 29, 2017:
  93. ^ "Humble" May 6, 2017:
  94. ^ "That's What I Like" May 13, 2017:
  95. ^ "I'm The One" May 20, 2017:
  96. ^ a b "Despacito" May 27 – September 9, 2017:
  97. ^ "Look What You Made Me Do" September 16–30, 2017:
  98. ^ "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)" October 7–21, 2017:
  99. ^ "Rockstar" October 28 – December 16, 2017:
  100. ^ "Perfect" December 23*, 2017:
  101. ^ "Billboard's Greatest of All Time: Hot 100 Songs". Billboard. Retrieved December 17, 2015.