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List of artists with the most UK top-ten singles

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The UK Singles Chart is a weekly record chart which for most of its history was based on single sales from Sunday to Saturday in the United Kingdom.[1] From 2004, downloads became included in the chart for the first time, and rules were altered in 2006 so that singles could chart before a physical copy was released.[2][3] Since July 2014 it has also incorporated streaming data, with music videos also counted towards the chart from July 2018.[4][5] From 10 July 2015 the chart has been based on a Friday to Thursday week.[6] The chart was founded in 1952 by Percy Dickins of New Musical Express (NME), who telephoned 20 record stores to ask what their top 10 highest-selling singles were. Dickins aggregated the results into a top 12 hit parade, which was topped by "Here in My Heart" by Al Martino. NME's chart was published each week in its eponymous magazine.[1]

The sources, in accordance with the official canon of the Official Charts Company, are the New Musical Express chart from 1952 to 1960; the Record Retailer chart from 1960 to 1969; and the Official UK Singles Chart from 1969 onwards.

This list shows the artists who have had the most top 10 singles on the UK Singles Chart. Elvis Presley holds the record for most top 10 singles with 76, having first entered the chart in 1956 with his number two hit "Heartbreak Hotel". His last entry was the posthumous song "Way Down" in 2005 which reached the same position after being re-released along with many of Presley's other hits to mark what would have been his 70th birthday.[7][8] Cliff Richard is in second place, his 68 hit singles including his work with The Shadows. He was last seen in 2008 with "Thank You for a Lifetime", having made his chart debut with "Move It" in 1958.[9] Madonna has the third most entries of all time in the top 10, her 63 hits spanning 25 years from "Holiday" in 1984 through to "Celebration" in 2009. She made history and gained a spot in the Guinness World Records in 1998 that still remains for most consecutive top 10 singles, with 36 between 1984 and 1994.[7][10]

Among the other acts on this list, Ariana Grande, Avicii, Calvin Harris, Chris Brown, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Little Mix, P!nk, Sam Smith, Taylor Swift and Whitney Houston all added to their totals in 2019. Sheeran holds a chart record for the most concurrent singles in the top ten, set in 2017 when tracks from his third album, ÷, occupied nine of the ten spots, as well as 16 of the top twenty.[11][12]

Avicii is the most recent artist to celebrate ten singles making the top 10 on the UK Singles Chart, his posthumous release "SOS" - with vocals from Aloe Blacc - reaching its peak position of number six in May 2019 and spending ten weeks in the top ten.[13]

Most top-ten singles

Number of entries Artist Year first
entered chart
First entry
(position)
Year most recently
entered chart
Most recent
entry (position)
Total weeks
in top 10
Ref.
76 Elvis Presley 1956 "Heartbreak Hotel" (2) 2005 "Way Down" (2) 386 [14]
68 Cliff Richard 1958 "Move It" with The Drifters (2) 2008 "Thank You for a Lifetime" (3) 333 [15]
63 Madonna 1984 "Holiday" (6) 2009 "Celebration" (3) 228 [16]
55 Paul McCartney 1963 "Please Please Me" with The Beatles (2) 2015 "FourFiveSeconds" (3) 302 [17][18][19][20]
50 Michael Jackson 1972 "I Want You Back" with Jackson 5 (2) 2018 "Don't Matter to Me" (2) 176 [21][22]
49 Robbie Williams 1992 "It Only Takes a Minute" with Take That (7) 2013 "Go Gentle" (10) 160 [23][24][25][26][27]
41 The Shadows 1959 "Travellin' Light" (1) 1979 "Theme from The Deer Hunter (Cavatina)" (9) 143 [28]
38 Eminem 1999 "My Name Is" (2) 2020 "Godzilla" (1) 159 [29][30][31]
36 Kylie Minogue 1988 "I Should Be So Lucky" (1) 2011 "Higher" (8) 125 [32][33][25]
35 John Lennon 1963 "Please Please Me" with The Beatles (2) 1999 "Imagine" (3) 235 [19][34][35]
33 George Harrison 1963 "Please Please Me" with The Beatles (2) 2002 "My Sweet Lord" (1) 212 [36][19]
George Michael 1982 "Young Guns (Go for It)" with Wham! (3) 2004 "Flawless (Go to the City)" (8) 132 [37][38]
Ringo Starr 1963 "Please Please Me" with The Beatles (2) 1999 "The Official BBC Children in Need Medley" with Peter Kay's Animated All Star Band (3) 208 [39][19][40]
U2 1983 "New Year's Day" (10) 2007 "Window in the Skies" (4) 75 [41]
32 Elton John 1971 "Your Song (7) 2020 "Step Into Christmas" (8) 139 [42]
Beyoncé 1998 "No No No" with Destiny's Child (5) 2017 "Perfect" (1) 132 [43][44][45]
30 Freddie Mercury 1974 "Seven Seas of Rhye" with Queen (10) 1993 "Living On My Own" (1) 122 [46][47]
Cheryl 2002 "Sound of the Underground" with Girls Aloud (1) 2014 "I Don't Care" (1) 100 [48][49][25]
Rihanna 2005 "Pon de Replay" (2) 2017 "Wild Thoughts" (1) 265 [50]
28 The Beatles 1963 "Please Please Me" (2) 1996 "Real Love" (4) 188 [19]
27 Diana Ross 1964 "Where Did Our Love Go" with The Supremes (3) 2005 "When You Tell Me That You Love Me" (2) 123 [51][52]
Ed Sheeran 2011 "The A Team" (3) 2019 "Own It" (1) 197 [53][54][55][56]
Gary Barlow 1992 "It Only Takes a Minute" with Take That (7) 2013 "Let Me Go" (2) 126 [57][24]
Rod Stewart 1971 "Maggie May"/"Reason to Believe" (1) 2010 "Everybody Hurts" with Helping Haiti (1) 116 [58][25]
26 Calvin Harris 2007 "Acceptable in the 80s" (10) 2019 "Giant" (2) 159 [59]
Justin Timberlake 1999 "I Want You Back" with NSYNC (5) 2018 "Say Something" (9) 112 [60][61]
Westlife 1999 "Swear It Again" (1) 2010 "Everybody Hurts" with Helping Haiti (1) 79 [62]
will.i.am 2003 "Where Is the Love" (1) 2014 "It's My Birthday" (1) 160 [63][64]
25 David Bowie 1969 "Space Oddity" (5) 2013 "Where Are We Now" (6) 103 [65]
Mariah Carey 1990 "Vision of Love" (9) 2019 "All I Want For Christmas Is You" (2) 94 [66][25]
Queen 1974 "Seven Seas of Rhye" (10) 2000 "We Will Rock You" (1) 106 [46]
23 Britney Spears 1999 "...Baby One More Time" (1) 2013 "Work Bitch" (7) 88 [67]
David Guetta 2006 "Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)" (3) 2018 "Flames" (9) 96 [68]
Drake 2010 "What's My Name" (1) 2020 "Greece" (8) 137 [69]
Mark Owen 1992 "It Only Takes a Minute" with Take That (7) 2014 "These Days" with Take That (1) 115 [24]
Oasis 1994 "Live Forever" (10) 2012 "Falling Down" (10) 61 [70]
22 Kelly Rowland 1998 "No No No" with Destiny's Child (5) 2015 "The Girl Is Mine" with Destiny's Child (5) 68 [44][71]
Pet Shop Boys 1985 "West End Girls" (1) 2006 "I'm with Stupid" (8) 67 [72]
Phil Collins 1978 "Follow You Follow Me" with Genesis (7) 1996 "Dance into the Light" (9) 98 [73][74]
Status Quo 1968 "Pictures of Matchstick Men" (7) 1990 "The Anniversary Waltz - Part One" (2) 74 [75]
21
Girls Aloud 2002 "Sound of the Underground" (1) 2012 "Something New" (2) 61 [48]
Harry Styles 2010 "Heroes" with The X Factor 2010 finalists (1) 2020 "Watermelon Sugar" (5) 83 [76]/[77][78][79][80]
Paul Weller 1979 "The Eton Rifles" with The Jam (3) 2005 "From the Floorboards Up" (6) 56 [81][82][83]
Rolling Stones 1964 "Not Fade Away" (3) 1981 "Start Me Up" (7) 108 [84]
20
Justin Bieber 2010 "Baby" (5) 2020 "Stuck With U" (4) 165 [85]
Kanye West 2004 "Through the Wire" (9) 2019 "Follow God" (5) 79 [86]
Liam Payne 2010 "Heroes" with The X Factor 2010 finalists (1) 2018 "For You (Fifty Shades Freed)" (8) 77 [87][77][78][79][88][80]
Louis Tomlinson 2010 "Heroes" with The X Factor 2010 finalists (1) 2017 "Back to You" (8) 72 [89][77][78][79][88][80]
P!nk 2000 "There You Go" (6) 2019 "Walk Me Home" (8) 69 [90]
Take That 1992 "It Only Takes a Minute" (7) 2014 "These Days" (1) 110 [24]
Tom Jones 1965 "It's Not Unusual" (1) 2009 "(Barry) Islands in the Stream" (1) 92 [91][92]
19
ABBA 1974 "Waterloo" (1) 1981 "One of Us" (3) 114 [93]
Bee Gees 1967 "Massachusetts" (1) 1998 "Immortality" with Celine Dion (5) 91 [94]
Frankie Bridge 2002 "One Step Closer" with S Club Juniors (2) 2013 "Disco Love" with The Saturdays (5) 40 [95][96]
Frankie Laine 1952 "High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me)" (7) 1959 "Rawhide" (6) 187 [97]
Geri 1996 "Wannabe" with Spice Girls (1) 2017 "Bridge over Troubled Water" with Artists for Grenfell (1) 72 [98][99][88]
McFly 2004 "5 Colours In Her Hair" (1) 2013 "Love Is On the Radio" (6) 35 [100]
Niall Horan 2010 "Heroes" with The X Factor 2010 finalists (1) 2016 "Slow Hands" (7) 67 [101][77][78][79][88][80]
Rochelle Humes 2002 "One Step Closer" with S Club Juniors (2) 2013 "Disco Love" with The Saturdays (5) 40 [95][96]
Stevie Wonder 1967 "I Was Made to Love Her" (5) 1997 "How Come, How Long" with Babyface (10) 85 [102][103]
Usher 1998 "You Make Me Wanna..." (1) 2015 "Don't Look Down" (9) 57 [104]
18 Bon Jovi 1986 "Livin' on a Prayer" (4) 2006 "Who Says You Can't Go Home" (5) 42 [105]
Boyzone 1994 "Love Me for a Reason" (2) 2010 "Gave It All Away" (9) 71 [106]
Coldplay 2000 "Yellow" (4) 2017 "Something Just Like This" (2) 54 [107]
Hollies 1963 "Stay" (8) 1988 "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" (1) 86 [108]
Sugababes 2000 "Overload" (6) 2010 "Wear My Kiss" (7) 57 [109]
Whitney Houston 1985 "Saving All My Love for You" (1) 2019 "Higher Love" (2) 88 [110]
17 Ariana Grande 2014 "Problem" (1) 2020 "Rain On Me" (1) 85 [111]
Christina Aguilera 1999 "Genie in a Bottle" (1) 2014 "Say Something" (3) 62 [112]
Erasure 1986 "Sometimes" (2) 2005 "Breathe" (4) 61 [113]
Fergie 2003 "Where Is the Love" with The Black Eyed Peas(1) 2015 "L.A. Love (La La)" (3) 109 [114][115]
Iron Maiden 1982 "Run to the Hills" (7) 2007 "Different World" (3) 25 [116]
Janet Jackson 1986 "What Have You Done for Me Lately" (3) 2002 "Feel It Boy" (9) 76 [117]
Jennifer Lopez 1999 "If You Had My Love" (4) 2012 "T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)" (3) 52 [118]
Lonnie Donegan 1956 "Rock Island Line" (8) 1962 "The Party's Over" (9) 111 [119]
Madness 1979 "One Step Beyond" (7) 1999 "Lovestruck" (10) 69 [120]
Melanie C 1996 "Wannabe" (1) 2005 "Next Best Superstar" (10) 73 [121][99]
One Direction 2010 "Heroes" with The X Factor 2010 finalists (1) 2015 "History" (6) 64 [77][78][79][80]
UB40 1980 "King/Food for Thought" (4) 1998 "Come Back Darling" (10) 69 [122]
16
Backstreet Boys 1996 "We've Got It Goin' On (3) 2005 "Just Want You to Know" (8) 36 [123]
Cher 1965 "I Got You Babe" with Sonny (1) 2001 "The Music's No Good Without You" (8) 73 [124]
Chris Brown 2006 "Run It!" (2) 2019 "No Guidance" (6) 71 [125]
Manfred Mann 1964 "5-4-3-2-1" (5) 1978 "Davy's on the Road Again" with Earth Band (6) 65 [126]
Nicole Scherzinger 2005 "Don’t Cha (1) 2014 "Your Love" (6) 62 [127][128]
Prince 1984 "When Doves Cry" (4) 1999 "1999" (10) 44 [129]
R. Kelly 1994 "She's Got That Vibe" (3) 2014 "Bump & Grind 2014" (3) 58 [130]
Slade 1971 "Coz I Luv You" (1) 1984 "Run Runaway" (7) 77 [131]
Taylor Swift 2009 "Love Story" (2) 2020 "exile" (8) 73 [132]
Zayn 2010 "Heroes" with The X Factor 2010 finalists (1) 2017 "Dusk Till Dawn" (5) 70 [133][77][78][79][88][80]
15 Craig David 1999 "Re-Rewind (The Crowd Say Bo Selecta)" (2) 2018 "I Know You" (5) 41 [134]
Electric Light Orchestra 1972 "10538 Overture" (9) 1981 "Hold On Tight" (4) 51 [135]
Jay-Z 1997 "I'll Be" (9) 2017 "Drunk in Love" (9) 49 [136][43][66]
Katy Perry 2008 "I Kissed a Girl" (1) 2017 "Feels" (1) 106 [137]
Little Mix 2011 "Cannonball" (1) 2020 "Break Up Song" (9) 74 [138]
Manic Street Preachers 1992 "Theme From M.A.S.H. (Suicide Is Painless)"/"(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" with Fatima Mansions (9) 2007 "Autumnsong" (10) 22 [139]
Nat King Cole 1952 "Somewhere Along the Way" (3) 1987 "When I Fall In Love" (4) 78 [140]
Shakin Stevens 1981 "This Ole House" (1) 1987 "What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For" (5) 61 [141]
Steps 1998 "Last Thing on my Mind" (2) 2001 "Words Are Not Enough/I Know Him So Well" (5) 55 [142][143]
Tinie Tempah 2010 "Pass Out" (1) 2016 "Girls Like" (5) 66 [144]
14 Celine Dion 1992 "Beauty and the Beast" with Peabo Bryson (9) 2002 "A New Day Has Come" (7) 60 [145]
Donny Osmond 1972 "Puppy Love" (1) 1975 "The Proud One" with The Osmonds (5) 75 [146][147]
Duran Duran 1981 "Girls on Film" (5) 2005 "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise" (5) 47 [148]
Hot Chocolate 1970 "Love Is Life" (6) 1987 "You Sexy Thing (Ben Liebrand remix)" (10) 54 [149]
Jason Derulo 2009 "Whatcha Say" (3) 2018 "Savage Love" (1) 68 [150]
Lady Gaga 2009 "Just Dance" (1) 2019 "Rain On Me" (1) 90 [151]
Perry Como 1953 "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" (1) 1973 "For the Good Times" (7) 102 [152]
Ronan Keating 1999 "When You Say Nothing At All" (1) 2006 "All Over Again" (6) 34 [153]
Sean Paul 2003 "Gimme the Light" (3) 2020 "Times Like These" (1) 45 [154][155]
The Who 1965 "I Can't Explain" (8) 1981 "You Better You Bet" (9) 43 [156]
13 50 Cent 2003 "In Da Club" (3) 2013 "My Life" (2) 41 [157]
Adam Levine 2004 "This Love" with Maroon 5 (3) 2018 "Girls Like You" with Maroon 5 (7) 72 [158][159]
Atomic Kitten 1999 "Right Now" (10) 2005 "Cradle" (10) 38 [160]
The Beach Boys 1963 "I Get Around" (7) 1987 "Wipe Out" with Fat Boys (2) 62 [161]
The Black Eyed Peas 2003 "Where Is the Love" (1) 2011 "Just Can't Get Enough" (3) 92 [63]
Blur 1991 "There's No Other Way" (8) 2003 "Out of Time" (5) 23 [162]
Depeche Mode 1981 "Just Can't Get Enough" (8) 2005 "Precious" (4) 25 [163]
Destiny’s Child 1998 "No No No" (5) 2015 "The Girl Is Mine" with 99 Souls (5) 39 [44][45]
Dizzee Rascal 2004 "Stand Up Tall" (10) 2013 "Something Really Bad" (10) 48 [164]
Dusty Springfield 1962 "Island of Dreams" with The Springfields (5) 1987 "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" with The Pet Shop Boys (2) 54 [165][166]
The Everly Brothers 1957 "Bye Bye Love" (6) 1965 "The Price of Love" (2) 112 [167]
JLS 2008 Hero” (1) 2012 Hottest Girl in the World” (6) 40 [168][169][170][25]
The Kinks 1964 "You Really Got Me" (1) 1971 "Apeman" (5) 63 [171]
Louise 1993 "Stay" with Eternal (4) 2003 "Pandora's Kiss" (5) 29 [172][173]
Morrissey 1984 "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" with The Smiths (10) 2006 "You Have Killed Me" (3) 18 [174][175]
Mutya Buena 2000 "Overload" with Sugababes (6) 2007 "Song 4 Mutya (Out of Control)" (8) 42 [176][109][177]
Nelly 2000 "Country Grammar" (7) 2013 "Hey Porsche" (6) 61 [178]
Pitbull 2009 "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" (4) 2014 "Wild Wild Love" (6) 56 [179]
Rita Ora 2012 "Hot Right Now" (1) 2020 "Times Like These" (1) 68 [180][155]
The Saturdays 2008 "If This Is Love" (8) 2013 "Disco Love" (5) 26 [96]
Sting 1978 "Can't Stand Losing You" with The Police (2) 2002 "Rise & Fall" (3) 60 [181][182]
Wet Wet Wet 1987 "Wishing I Was Lucky" (6) 1997 "Yesterday/Maybe I'm in Love" (4) 58 [183]
12 Akon 2005 "Locked Up" (5) 2013 "Play Hard" with David Guetta and Ne-Yo (6) 62 [184]
Bryan Adams 1991 "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)" (1) 2002 "Here I Am" (5) 59 [185]
David Whitfield 1953 "The Bridge of Sighs" (9) 1957 "The Adoration Waltz" (9) 97 [186][187]
Eternal 1993 "Stay" (4) 1997 "Angel of Mine" (4) 35 [188]
Frank Sinatra 1954 "Three Coins in the Fountain" (1) 1993 "I've Got You Under My Skin" with Bono (4) 89 [189]
Gary Glitter 1972 "Rock and Roll Parts 1 and 2" (2) 1984 "Another Rock and Roll Christmas" (7) 63 [190]
Guns N' Roses 1989 "Paradise City" (6) 1995 "Sympathy for the Devil" (9) 25 [191]
Guy Mitchell 1952 "Feet Up (Pat Him on the Po-Po) (2) 1959 "Heartaches by the Numbers" (10) 115 [192]
Jess Glynne 2014 "Rather Be" (1) 2020 "Times Like These" (1) 82 [193][155]
Lionel Richie 1977 "Easy" with Commodores (9) 1992 "My Destiny" (7) 46 [194][195]
Ne-Yo 2006 "So Sick" (1) 2012 "Turn Around" (8) 62 [196]
Nicki Minaj 2010 "2012 (It Ain't the End)" (9) 2018 "Woman Like Me" (2) 58 [197]
Pat Boone 1955 "Ain't That a Shame" (7) 1962 "Speedy Gonzales" (2) 103 [198]
Petula Clark 1954 "The Little Shoemaker" (7) 1988 "Downtown '88" (10) 68 [199]
Roy Orbison 1960 "Only the Lonely (Know How I Feel)" (1) 1992 "I Drove All Night" (7) 78 [200]
Sam Smith 2013 "La La La" (1) 2019 "How Do You Sleep" (7) 83 [201]
Shirley Bassey 1957 "The Banana Boat Song" (8) 1973 "Never, Never, Never" (8) 79 [202]
Will Smith 1991 Summertime" with DJ Jazzy Jeff (8) 2005 "Switch" (4) 52 [203][204]
11 5ive 1997 "Slam Dunk (Da Funk)" 2001 "Closer to Me" (4) 30 [205]
10cc 1972 "Donna" (2) 1978 "Dreadlock Holiday" (1) 44 [206]
Adam Faith 1959 "What Do You Want?" (1) 1963 "The First Time" (5) 66 [207]
Bananarama 1981 "It Ain't What You Do..." with Fun Boy Three (4) 1989 "Do They Know It's Christmas?" with Band Aid II (1) 44 [208][33]
Blondie 1978 "Denis" (2) 1999 "Maria" (1) 53 [209]
Bruno Mars 2010 "Nothin' On You" (1) 2017 "Finesse" (5) 88 [210]
Cilla Black 1964 "Anyone Who Had a Heart" (1) 1972 "Something Tells Me (Something's Gonna Happen Tonight)" (3) 44 [211]
East 17 1992 "House of Love" (10) 1997 "Hey Child" (3) 42 [212]
Ellie Goulding 2010 "Starry Eyed" (4) 2020 "Times Like These" (1) 62 [213][155]
Emeli Sandé 2009 "Diamond Rings" (6) 2015 "What I Did for Love" (6) 38 [214]
Four Tops 1966 "Reach Out I'll Be There" (1) 1989 "Loco in Acapulco" (7) 38 [215]
Frankie Vaughan 1956 "The Green Door" (2) 1967 "There Must Be a Way" (7) 60 [216]
Gene Pitney 1964 "Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa" (5) 1989 "Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart" with Marc Almond (1) 52 [217][218]
Leona Lewis 2006 "A Moment Like This" (1) 2013 "One More Sleep" (3) 42 [219][25]
Leo Sayer 1973 "The Show Must Go On" (2) 2006 "Thunder in My Heart Again" with Meck (1) 50 [220]
Mud 1973 "Dyna-Mite" (4) 1976 "Lean on Me" (7) 41 [221]
Olivia Newton-John 1971 "If Not for You" (7) 1998 "You're the One That I Want" (Martian remix) with John Travolta (4) 58 [222]
The Prodigy 1991 "Charly" (3) 2009 "Warrior's Dance (9) 40 [223]
S Club 7 1999 "Bring It All Back" (1) 2003 "Say Goodbye/Love Ain't Gonna Wait for You" (2) 49 [224]
Snoop Dogg 1999 "Still D.R.E." (6) 2014 "Wiggle" (8) 40 [225][226][157]
Stereophonics 1998 "The Bartender and the Thief" (3) 2005 "Dakota" (1) 21 [227]
T. Rex 1970 "Ride a White Swan" (2) 1973 "The Groover" (4) 70 [228]
Will Young 2002 "Evergreen" (1) 2011 "Jealousy" (5) 34 [229]
Winifred Atwell 1952 "Britannia Rag" (5) 1959 "Piano Party" (10) 51 [230]
10 911 1996 "Don't Make Me Wait" (10) 2000 "Private Number" (3) 16 [231]
Adam Ant 1980 "Dog Eat Dog" with The Ants (4) 1983 "Puss 'n Boots" (5) 50 [232][233]
Alicia Keys 2001 "Fallin'" (3) 2012 "Girl On Fire" (5) 36 [234]
Avicii 2011 "Collide" (4) 2019 "SOS" (6) 74 [235]
Bay City Rollers 1971 "Keep on Dancing" (9) 1976 "I Only Want to Be with You" (4) 44 [236]
Boney M 1976 "Daddy Cool" (6) 1992 "Megamix" (7) 58 [237]
Connie Francis 1958 "Who's Sorry Now" (1) 1962 "Vacation" (10) 72 [238]
Culture Club/Boy George 1982 "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" (1) 1998 "I Just Wanna Be Loved" (4) 50 [239][240]
David Essex 1973 "Rock On" (3) 1983 "Tahiti" (8) 47 [241]
Dean Martin 1953 "Kiss" (5) 1969 "Gentle on My Mind" (2) 73 [242]
Donna Summer 1976 "Love to Love You Baby" (4) 1995 "I Feel Love" (Remix) (8) 43 [243]
Dua Lipa 2017 "No Lie" (10) 2020 "Times Like These" (1) 81 [244][88][155]
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The Police 1978 "Can't Stand Losing You" (2) 1983 "Wrapped Around Your Finger" (7) 47 [181]
Puff Daddy 1997 "I'll Be Missing You" (1) 2011 "Coming Home" (4) 44 [259]
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Showaddywaddy 1974 "Hey Rock and Roll" (2) 1978 "Pretty Little Angel Eyes" (5) 52 [262]
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The Wanted 2010 "All Time Low" (1) 2013 "Show Me Love (America)" (8) 22 [269]
Wham! 1982 "Young Guns (Go For It)" (3) 2019 "Last Christmas" (3) 67 [38]


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