The Rolling Stone Top is a song chart that ranks popular songs from today's most popular artists. Songs are ranked by Song Units, a number that combines audio streams and song sales using a custom weighting system. The song chart does not include any passive listening, such as terrestrial or digital radio. The Rolling Stone Top Song chart is updated daily, and each week Rolling Stone finalizes and publishes an official version of the chart, covering the seven-day period ending with the previous Thursday. Beta Back to All Charts. Laugh Now Cry Later.
We're halfway through a year that feels like eternity, but at least we've had an abundance of tunes to keep us occupied. From a bittersweet posthumous release to petty breakup bops, here are the best songs has to offer so far. Rihanna, we're waiting! Listen Now. BRB, crying. Peppy synths, a funky guitar line, and a breakup helped craft this unofficial quarantine anthem. Try not to dance, I dare you. For the first time ever, Dua Lipa lends her soulful rasp to a breezy, upbeat melody that has become synonymous with her co-stars' signature sounds. An intoxicating love is hard to come by, and harder to shake off.
The global smash finished its week stint at Number 1 in December but has hung around the Top 40 for the entirety of so far. The track was first released in but unexpectedly took off this year after becoming a viral hit on TikTok, thanks to a remix by Kazakh producer Imanbek. It narrowly missed out on Number 1, logging three weeks at Number 2, but hung around the Top 10 for a total of 25 weeks — the most ever for a British female solo artist. Its chart sales tally for is ,, 1. Dua makes a second entry in the year-to-date Top 40; follow-up single Physical places at
A song may have any number of elements that make it a great song, such as emotion, melody and longevity. A song may be popular at one time and not another — likes and preferences in music change throughout the lifetime of a song. Popular songs are vast and diverse, and tastes are subjective. You know when you hear a song for the first time and the sights and sounds and feeling of that moment stay with you? Songs included here may or may not have been popular hits — but all have elements that make them great songs. The year of release determines the first chart entry date. From July to December , the 10 most popular songs were ranked based on the top downloaded songs from online music retailers. From January to August , Top 10 Songs included streaming with downloading to determine weekly, monthly and yearly chart rankings.