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List of artists who reached number one on the UK Singles Downloads Chart


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The UK Singles Downloads Chart is a weekly music chart that ranks most-downloaded songs in the United Kingdom over the past seven days. It is compiled by the Official Charts Company on behalf of the British music industry,[1] and is based solely on non-subscription downloads of songs from official music retailers. The chart was founded in 2004 and was first published on 1 September that year. The first artist ever to reach number one was Irish boy band Westlife.[2] Since then, as of 13 April 2013, 200 different artists have reached number-one on the UK Singles Downloads Chart as either a main or featured artist. The following table lists those artists. The totals do not include non-credited appearances (such as those on multiple-artist charity ensembles), although they are listed below.

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Artists


Key
[x] Indicates that, with this single, the artist became
the first act to have six number one singles
Christmas number one
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Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
2 Chainz "Talk Dirty" Warner 22 September 2013 2 Featured artist
5 Seconds of Summer "She Looks So Perfect" Capitol 24 March 2014 1
Artist Singles Record labels Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Adele "Chasing Pavements" Beggars 6 February 2008 1
"Someone Like You" Beggars 23 February 2011 5 As of 9 April 2013, the most-downloaded single in the UK
Afrojack "Give Me Everything" Sony 25 May 2011 3 Featured artist
Akon "Sexy Chick" EMI 26 August 2009 2 Featured artist
Alexandra Burke[a][b] "Hallelujah" Sony 24 December 2008 3 2008 Christmas number one
"Bad Boys" Sony 21 October 2009 1
"Start Without You" Sony 15 September 2010 2
All Saints "Rock Steady" EMI 15 November 2006 1
Aloe Blacc "The Man" Universal 6 April 2014 1
A*M*E "Need U (100%)" Ministry of Sound 7 April 2013 2 One-hit wonder
Amelle Berrabah[c] "Never Leave You" Universal 12 August 2009 1 Featured artist
Andy Pipkin "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" EMI 21 March 2007 3 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Ariana Grande "Problem" Universal 6 July 2014 1
"Bang Bang" Universal 28 September 2014 1 Co-credit with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj
"One Last Time" Universal 9 June 2017 1
"No Tears Left to Cry" Universal 27 April 2018 1
"Thank U, Next" Universal 9 November 2018 6
"7 Rings" Universal 25 January 2019 4
"Don't Call Me Angel" Universal 20 September 2019 1 Co-credit with Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey
"Rain on Me" Universal 29 May 2020 3 Co-credit with Lady Gaga
Armand Van Helden "Bonkers" Dirtee Stank 27 May 2009 2 Co-credit with Dizzee Rascal
Avery Storm "Nasty Girl" Warner 25 January 2006 2 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Avicii "I Could Be the One" Universal 17 February 2013 1 Co-credit with Nicky Romero
"Wake Me Up!" Universal 21 July 2013 3
"Hey Brother" Universal 15 December 2013 1
Avril Lavigne "Girlfriend" Sony 11 April 2007 1
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Band Aid 20 "Do They Know It's Christmas?" Universal 8 December 2004 4 Multiple-artist ensemble; one-hit wonder; 2004 Christmas number one
Basshunter "Now You're Gone" Ministry of Sound 16 January 2008 3
Bastille "Of the Night" Universal 24 November 2013 1 Cover of the Corona's "The Rhythm of the Night"
Beyoncé "Beautiful Liar" Sony 25 April 2007 3 Co-credit with Shakira
"If I Were a Boy" Sony 26 November 2008 1
"Telephone" Universal 31 March 2010 1 Featured artist
Bingo Players "Get Up (Rattle)" Ministry of Sound 27 January 2013 2
The Black Eyed Peas "Don't Phunk with My Heart" Universal 18 May 2005 2
"Boom Boom Pow" Universal 20 May 2009 2
"I Gotta Feeling" Universal 5 August 2009 2
"Meet Me Halfway" Universal 18 November 2009 1
"The Time (Dirty Bit)" Universal 15 December 2010 1
B.o.B "Nothin' on You" Warner 26 May 2010 1
"Airplanes" Warner 28 July 2010 1
"Price Tag" Universal 9 February 2011 2 Featured artist
Borgeous "Tsunami (Jump)" Ministry of Sound 16 March 2014 1
Britney Spears "Scream & Shout" Universal 13 January 2013 3 Featured artist
Bruno Mars "Nothin' on You" Warner 26 May 2010 1 Featured artist
"Just the Way You Are" Warner 29 September 2010 3
"Grenade" Warner 19 January 2011 2
"The Lazy Song" Warner 18 May 2011 1
Busta Rhymes "Don't Cha" Universal 14 September 2005 3 Featured artist
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Calvin Harris "Dance wiv Me" Dirtee Stank 9 July 2008 4 Featured artist
"I'm Not Alone" Sony 15 April 2009 2
"We Found Love" Universal 9 October 2011 6 Featured artist
"Sweet Nothing" Sony 21 October 2012 1
"Under Control" Sony 1 December 2013 1
Carly Rae Jepsen "Call Me Maybe" Universal 8 April 2012 4
Cascada "Evacuate the Dancefloor" Universal 8 July 2009 2
Cee Lo Green[d] "Forget You" Warner 13 October 2010 1
Charli XCX "I Love It" Warner 30 June 2013 1 Featured artist
The Chemical Brothers "Galvanize" EMI 2 February 2005 4
Cher Lloyd[e] "Swagger Jagger" Sony 7 August 2011 1
Cheryl[b][f] "Fight for This Love" Universal 28 October 2009 2
"Promise This" Universal 3 November 2010 1
"Call My Name" Universal 17 June 2012 1
Chipmunk "Oopsy Daisy" Sony 14 October 2009 1
Chris Brown "Turn Up the Music" Sony 1 April 2012 1
Chris Willis "Gettin' Over You" EMI 9 June 2010 1 Co-credit with David Guetta
Christina Aguilera "Moves Like Jagger" Universal 4 September 2011 2 Featured artist; as of 9 April 2013, the second most-downloaded single in the UK
Chrome[g] "Dance wiv Me" Dirtee Stank 9 July 2008 4 Featured artist
Clean Bandit "Rather Be" Warner 26 January 2014 4
Colby O'Donis "Just Dance" Warner 9 January 2009 3 Featured artist
Coldplay "Speed of Sound" EMI 27 April 2005 3
"Viva la Vida" EMI 25 June 2008 2
"Paradise" EMI 1 January 2012 1
The Commonwealth Band "Sing" Universal 10 June 2012 1 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Corinne Bailey Rae "Put Your Records On" EMI 1 March 2006 2
Cover Drive "Twilight" Universal 29 January 2012 1
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Daft Punk "Get Lucky" Sony 28 April 2013 4
Daniel Merriweather "Stop Me" Sony 18 April 2007 1 Featured artist
Daniel Powter "Bad Day" Warner 10 August 2005 5
Dappy "No Regrets" Universal 25 September 2011 1
David Guetta "When Love Takes Over" EMI 24 June 2009 1
"Sexy Chick" EMI 26 August 2009 2
"Gettin' Over You" EMI 9 June 2010 1 Co-credit with Chris Willis
"Club Can't Handle Me" Warner 18 August 2010 1 Featured artist
"Titanium" EMI 5 February 2012 1
DCUP "We No Speak Americano" Universal 28 July 2010 1 Co-credit with Yolanda Be Cool; one-hit wonder
Dev "She Makes Me Wanna" Sony 31 July 2011 1 Featured artist
Diana Vickers[a] "Once" Sony 28 April 2010 1
Diddy "Nasty Girl" Warner 25 January 2006 2 Featured artist
Dizzee Rascal[h] "Dance wiv Me" Dirtee Stank 9 July 2008 4
"Bonkers" Dirtee Stank 27 May 2009 2 Co-credit with Armand van Helden
"Holiday" Dirtee Stank 2 September 2009 1
"You Got the Dirtee Love" Dirtee Stank/Universal 24 February 2010 1 Co-credit with Florence and the Machine
"Dirtee Disco" Dirtee Stank 2 June 2010 1
"Shout" [6] Sony 16 June 2010 2 Featured artist
DJ Fresh "Louder" Ministry of Sound 10 July 2011 1
"Hot Right Now" Ministry of Sound 19 February 2012 1
DJ Mental Theo's Bazzheadz "Now You're Gone" Ministry of Sound 16 January 2008 3 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
D.O.E. "The Way I Are" Universal 18 July 2007 2 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Drake "What's My Name?" Universal 5 January 2011 2 Featured artist
Duffy "Mercy" Universal 20 February 2008 5
Duke Dumont "Need U (100%)" Ministry of Sound 7 April 2013 2
"I Got U" Blasé Boys Club 23 March 2014 2
Dvbbs "Tsunami (Jump)" Ministry of Sound 16 March 2014 1
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Ed Sheeran "Shape of You" Atlantic Records 13 January 2017 9
How Would You Feel (Paean) Atlantic Records 24 February 2017 1
Galway Girl Atlantic Records 24 March 2017 1
Ella Eyre "Waiting All Night" Warner 21 April 2013 1 Featured artist
Ellie Goulding "Your Song" Universal 8 December 2010 1 Cover of the Elton John song of the same name.
"Burn" Universal 18 August 2013 3
Elton John "Electricity" Universal 20 July 2005 1 From Billy Elliot the Musical.
Emeli Sandé "Read All About It" EMI 30 October 2011 2 Featured artist
"Beneath Your Beautiful" Sony 28 October 2012 1 Featured artist
Eminem "The Monster" Universal 3 November 2013 1
Eric Turner "Written in the Stars" EMI 6 October 2010 1 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Estelle[h] "American Boy" Warner 26 March 2008 4
Eva Simons "This Is Love" Universal 1 July 2012 1 Featured artist
Example "Changed the Way You Kiss Me" Ministry of Sound 15 June 2011 2
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Far East Movement "Get Up (Rattle)" Ministry of Sound 27 January 2013 2 Featured artist
Fedde le Grand "Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit" Ministry of Sound 8 November 2006 1
Fergie[i] "Gettin' Over You" EMI 9 June 2010 1 Featured artist
Flo Rida "Right Round" Universal 11 March 2009 2
"Bad Boys" Sony 21 October 2009 1 Featured artist
"Club Can't Handle Me" Warner 18 August 2010 1
"Good Feeling" Warner 8 January 2012 1
"Troublemaker" Sony 25 November 2012 3 Featured artist
Florence & The Machine "You Got the Dirtee Love" Dirtee Stank/Universal 24 February 2010 1 Co-credit with Dizzee Rascal
"Spectrum" Universal 22 July 2012 2
"Sweet Nothing" Sony 21 October 2012 1 Featured artist
fun. "We Are Young" Warner 27 May 2012 1
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Gareth Malone "Wherever You Are" Universal 25 December 2011 1 Featured artist; 2011 Christmas number one
Gary Barlow[j] "Sing" Universal 10 June 2012 1
Girls Aloud "The Promise" Universal 29 October 2008 1
Gnarls Barkley "Crazy" Warner 22 March 2006 11 As of 28 July 2013, most ever weeks at number one for a single
GoonRock "Party Rock Anthem" Universal 20 April 2011 4 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Gorillaz "Feel Good Inc." EMI 1 June 2005 3
Gotye "Somebody That I Used to Know" Universal 12 February 2012 5 One-hit wonder; as of 9 April 2013, the third most-downloaded single in the UK
Green Day "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" Warner 26 January 2005 1
Gwen Stefani "What You Waiting For" Universal 12 January 2005 2
Gym Class Heroes "Cupid's Chokehold" Warner 16 May 2007 1
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Hayley Williams "Airplanes" Warner 28 July 2010 1 Featured artist
Helping Haiti "Everybody Hurts" Sony 17 February 2010 1 Multiple-artist ensemble; one-hit wonder
Artist Singles Record labels Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Icona Pop "I Love It" Warner 30 June 2013 1
Iyaz "Replay" Warner 13 January 2010 2
Artist Singles Record labels Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Jagged Edge "Nasty Girl" Warner 25 January 2006 2
James Arthur "Impossible" Sony 16 December 2012 2
James Blunt[b] "You're Beautiful" Warner 22 June 2005 5
James Corden "Shout" Sony 16 June 2010 2 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Janelle Monáe "We Are Young" Warner 27 May 2012 1 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Jason Derulo "Whatcha Say" Warner 2 December 2009 1
"In My Head" Warner 3 March 2010 1
"Don't Wanna Go Home" Warner 26 June 2011 2
"Talk Dirty" Warner 22 September 2013 2
Jax Jones "I Got U" Blasé Boys Club 23 March 2014 2 as featuring with Duke Dumont
Jay-Z "Umbrella" Universal 23 May 2007 8 Featured artist
"Run This Town" Sony 9 September 2009 1
Jennifer Lopez "On the Floor" Universal 6 April 2011 2
Jess Glynne "Rather Be" Warner 26 January 2014 4 Featured artist
"My Love" Rinse 9 March 2014 1
Jessie J "Price Tag" Universal 9 February 2011 2
"Domino" Universal 15 January 2012 2
JLS[a][b] "Beat Again" Sony 22 July 2009 2
"Everybody in Love" Sony 11 November 2009 1
"The Club Is Alive" Sony 14 July 2010 1
"Love You More" Sony 24 November 2010 1
"She Makes Me Wanna" Sony 31 July 2011 1
Jodie Connor "Good Times" EMI 12 May 2010 2 Featured artist
John Martin "Don't You Worry Child" Universal 14 October 2012 1 Featured artist
John Newman "Feel the Love" Warner 3 June 2012 1 Featured artist
"Love Me Again" Universal 7 July 2013 1
Josh Kumra "Don't Go" Ministry of Sound 21 August 2011 1 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
The Justice Collective "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" Metropolis 23 December 2012 1 Multiple-artist ensemble; one-hit wonder; 2012 Christmas number one
Justin Timberlake "SexyBack" Sony 9 August 2006 1
"4 Minutes" Warner 23 April 2008 4 Featured artist
"Mirrors" Sony 3 March 2013 3
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Kaiser Chiefs "Ruby" Universal 28 February 2007 3
Kanye West "Stronger" Universal 15 August 2007 2
"American Boy" Warner 26 March 2008 4 Featured artist
"Run This Town" Sony 9 September 2009 1 Featured artist
Kate Nash "Foundations" Universal 25 July 2007 2
Katy Perry "I Kissed a Girl" EMI 13 August 2008 5
"California Gurls" EMI 30 June 2010 2
"Part of Me" EMI 25 March 2012 1
"Roar" Universal 8 September 2013 2
Kelly Clarkson "My Life Would Suck Without You" Sony 4 March 2009 1
Kelly Rowland "When Love Takes Over" EMI 24 June 2009 1 Featured artist
Keri Hilson "The Way I Are" Universal 18 July 2007 2 Featured artist
Kesha "Right Round" Universal 11 March 2009 2 Featured artist
"We R Who We R" Sony 2 February 2011 1
"Timber" Sony 5 January 2014 1 Featured artist
Kid Rock "All Summer Long" Warner 6 August 2008 1 One-hit wonder
Kiesza "Hideaway" Universal 20 April 2014 1
Kimbra "Somebody That I Used to Know" Universal 12 February 2012 5 Featured artist; one-hit wonder; as of 9 April 2013, the third most-downloaded single in the UK
Kings of Leon "Sex on Fire" Sony 17 September 2008 3 The second most-downloaded single of the 2000s
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
La Roux "Bulletproof" EMI 1 July 2009 1
Labrinth "Beneath Your Beautiful" Sony 28 October 2012 1
Lady Gaga "Just Dance" Warner 14 January 2009 3 The third most-downloaded single of the 2000s
"Poker Face" Warner 25 March 2009 3 The most-downloaded single of the 2000s
"Bad Romance" Warner 16 December 2009 2
"Telephone" Universal 31 March 2010 1
"Rain on Me" Universal 29 May 2020 3 Co-credit with Ariana Grande
Lauren Bennett "Party Rock Anthem" Universal 20 April 2011 4 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Laza Morgan "Start Without You" Sony 15 September 2010 2 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Leo Sayer "Thunder in My Heart Again" Universal 15 February 2006 2 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Leon Jackson "When You Believe" Sony 26 December 2007 2 Cover of the Whitney Houston/Mariah Carey duet of the same name.
Leona Lewis[b] "A Moment Like This" Sony 27 December 2006 2 Cover of the Kelly Clarkson song and was her winner's single when she won American Idol.
"Bleeding Love" Sony 31 October 2007 7
"Run" Sony 10 December 2008 2
Lily Allen "The Fear" EMI 4 February 2009 4
Little Mix[k] "Cannonball" Sony 18 December 2011 1 Cover of the Damien Rice song.
"Wings" Sony 2 September 2012 1
LMFAO "Gettin' Over You" EMI 9 June 2010 1 Featured artist
"Party Rock Anthem" Universal 20 April 2011 4
Lorde "Royals" Universal 27 October 2013 1
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Macklemore "Thrift Shop" Macklemore 10 February 2013 1
Madonna "Hung Up" Warner 2 November 2005 7
"4 Minutes" Warner 23 April 2008 4
Mariah Carey[b] "All I Want for Christmas Is You" Sony 19 December 2007 1 2007 Christmas number one
Maroon 5 "Moves Like Jagger" Universal 4 September 2011 2 As of 9 April 2013, the second most-downloaded single in the UK
"Payphone" Universal 24 June 2012 3
Mark Ronson "Stop Me" Sony 18 April 2007 1
Martin Garrix "Animals" Universal 17 November 2013 1
Matt Cardle[e] "When We Collide" Sony 22 December 2010 2 2010 Christmas number one
McFly "All About You" Universal 16 March 2005 2
"Star Girl" [2] Universal 1 November 2006 1
Meck "Thunder in My Heart Again" Universal 15 February 2006 2
Miley Cyrus "We Can't Stop" Sony 11 August 2013 1
"Wrecking Ball" Sony 13 October 2013 1
Military Wives "Wherever You Are" Universal 25 December 2011 1 2011 Christmas number one
Mika[b] "Grace Kelly" Universal 17 January 2007 6
Mint Royale "Singin' in the Rain" Sony 11 June 2008 2 One-hit wonder
Mouldy Lookin' Stain "Dogz Don't Kill People Wabbits Do" Warner 27 October 2004 1 One-hit wonder
Ms D[l] "Heatwave" Warner 5 August 2012 2
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Natasha Bedingfield[h] "These Words" Sony 8 September 2004 4
Naughty Boy "La La La" Universal 26 May 2013 1
Nayer "Give Me Everything" Sony 22 May 2011 3 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
N-Dubz "Number 1" Universal 29 April 2009 3 Featured artist
Nelly "Nasty Girl" Warner 25 January 2006 2 Featured artist
Nelly Furtado "Maneater" Universal 14 June 2006 4
Nero "Promises" MTA 14 August 2011 1
Ne-Yo "Beautiful Monster" Universal 8 August 2010 1
"Give Me Everything" Sony 22 May 2011 3 Featured artist
"Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)" Universal 9 September 2012 1
Nickelback "Rockstar" Warner 13 February 2008 1
Nicky Romero "I Could Be the One" Universal 17 February 2013 1 Co-credit with Avicii
Nicole Scherzinger[m] "Don't Hold Your Breath" Universal 20 March 2011 1
Nizlopi "JCB" FDM 21 December 2005 3 One-hit wonder; 2005 Christmas number one
The Notorious B.I.G. "Nasty Girl" Warner 25 January 2006 2 One-hit wonder
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Olly Murs[n] "Please Don't Let Me Go" Sony 5 September 2010 1
"Heart Skips a Beat" Sony 28 August 2011 1
"Dance with Me Tonight" Sony 11 December 2011 1
"Troublemaker" Sony 25 November 2012 3
One Direction[e] "What Makes You Beautiful" Sony 18 September 2011 1
"Little Things" Sony 18 November 2012 1
"One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" Sony 24 February 2013 1 Mash up of the Blondie song and The Undertones song of the same name.
"Story of My Life" Sony 8 December 2013 1
OneRepublic "Apologize" Universal 9 January 2008 1 Co-credit with Timbaland
"Counting Stars" Universal 6 October 2013 2
The Ordinary Boys "Boys Will Be Boys" Warner 8 February 2006 1
Orson "No Tomorrow" Universal 15 March 2006 1
Owl City "Fireflies" Universal 27 January 2010 3
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Paul McCartney[h] "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" Universal 13 July 2005 1 Co-credit with U2
Peter Kay "Is This the Way to Amarillo" Universal 30 March 2005 4 Featured artist
"I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" EMI 21 March 2007 3 Featured artist; credited as Brian Potter
Pharrell Williams "Get Lucky" Sony 28 April 2013 4 Featured artist
"Blurred Lines" Universal 2 June 2013 5 Featured artist
"Happy" Sony 29 December 2013 4
Pink "So What" Sony 8 October 2008 3
Pitbull "On the Floor" Universal 3 April 2011 2 Featured artist
"Give Me Everything" Sony 22 May 2011 3
"Timber" Sony 5 January 2014 1
Pixie Lott "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" Universal 17 June 2009 1
"All About Tonight" Universal 11 September 2011 1
PJ & Duncan "Let's Get Ready to Rhumble" Demon 31 March 2013 1 One-hit wonder
Plain White T's "Hey There Delilah" EMI 12 September 2007 1
The Proclaimers "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" EMI 21 March 2007 3 One-hit wonder
Professor Green "Read All About It" EMI 30 October 2011 2
Psy "Gangnam Style" Universal 30 September 2012 1
Pussycat Dolls "Don't Cha" Universal 14 September 2005 3
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Rage Against the Machine "Killing in the Name" Sony 23 December 2009 2 One-hit wonder; 2009 Christmas number one
Razorlight "America" Universal 11 October 2006 3
Rihanna "Umbrella" Universal 23 May 2007 8
"Take a Bow" Universal 21 May 2008 2
"Live Your Life" [3] Warner 19 November 2008 1 Featured artist
"Run This Town" [4] Sony 9 September 2009 1 Featured artist
"Russian Roulette" [5] Universal 9 December 2009 1
"Only Girl (In the World)" Universal 10 November 2010 2
"What's My Name?" [7] Universal 5 January 2011 2
"We Found Love" [8] Universal 9 October 2011 6
"Diamonds" [9] Universal 7 October 2012 1
"The Monster" [10] Universal 3 November 2013 1 Featured artist
Rita Ora "Hot Right Now" Ministry of Sound 19 February 2012 1 Featured artist
"R.I.P." Sony 13 May 2012 2
"How We Do (Party)" Sony 19 August 2012 1
Rizzle Kicks "Heart Skips a Beat" Sony 28 August 2011 1 Featured artist
Robbie Williams "Candy" Universal 4 November 2012 2
Robin Thicke "Blurred Lines" Universal 2 June 2013 5
Roll Deep "Good Times" EMI 9 May 2010 2
"Green Light" EMI 22 August 2010 1
Route 94 "My Love" Rinse 9 March 2014 1 One-hit wonder
Rudimental "Feel the Love" Warner 3 June 2012 1
"Waiting All Night" Warner 21 April 2013 1
Ryan Lewis "Thrift Shop" Macklemore 10 February 2013 1 Featured artist
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Sam Bailey "Skyscraper" Sony 22 December 2013 1 2013 Christmas number one
Sam and the Womp "Bom Bom" Stiff 26 August 2012 1 One-hit wonder
Sam Smith "La La La" Universal 26 May 2013 1 Featured artist
"Money on My Mind" Universal 23 February 2014 1
Sandi Thom "I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)" Sony 7 June 2006 1
The Saturdays "What About Us" Universal 24 March 2013 1
Scissor Sisters "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" Universal 23 August 2006 7
Scouting for Girls "This Ain't a Love Song" Sony 4 April 2010 2
The Script "Hall of Fame" Sony 16 September 2012 2 The 200th single ever to reach number one on the UK Official Download Chart
Sean Kingston "Beautiful Girls" Sony 29 August 2007 2
Sean Paul "What About Us" Universal 24 March 2013 1 Featured artist
Shakira "Hips Don't Lie" Sony 12 July 2006 5
"Beautiful Liar" Sony 25 April 2007 3 Co-credit with Beyoncé
Shayne Ward "That's My Goal" Sony 28 December 2005 2
Shout For England "Shout" Sony 13 June 2010 2 Multiple-artist ensemble; one-hit wonder
Sia "Titanium" EMI 5 February 2012 1 Featured artist
Sian Evans "Louder" Ministry of Sound 10 July 2011 1 Featured artist
Sigma "Nobody to Love" Universal 13 April 2014 1
Sam Smith "Money on My Mind" Warner 22 February 2014 1
Snoop Dogg "California Gurls" EMI 30 June 2010 2 Featured artist
Stereophonics "Dakota" V2 2 March 2005 2
Storm Queen "Look Right Through" Ministry of Sound 10 November 2013 1 One-hit wonder
Sugababes[h] "Push the Button" Universal 5 October 2005 4
"About You Now" Universal 3 October 2007 4
Swedish House Mafia "Don't You Worry Child" Universal 14 October 2012 1
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Taio Cruz "Break Your Heart" Universal 23 September 2009 3 The 100th single ever to reach number one on the UK Official Download Chart
"Dynamite" Universal 29 August 2010 1
Take That "Patience" Universal 22 November 2006 6 2006 Christmas number one
"Greatest Day" Warner 3 December 2008 1
Tania Foster "Green Light" EMI 22 August 2010 1 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
T.I. "Live Your Life" Warner 19 November 2008 1
"Blurred Lines" Universal 2 June 2013 5 Featured artist
The Ting Tings "That's Not My Name" Sony 28 May 2008 1
Timbaland "The Way I Are" Universal 18 July 2007 2
"Apologize" Universal 9 January 2008 1
Tinchy Stryder "Number 1" Universal 29 April 2009 3
"Never Leave You" Universal 12 August 2009 1
Tinie Tempah "Pass Out" EMI 10 March 2010 3
"Written in the Stars" EMI 3 October 2010 1
"R.I.P." Sony 13 May 2012 2 Featured artist
"Tsunami (Jump)" Ministry of Sound 16 March 2014 1 featured artist
Tony Christie "Is This the Way to Amarillo" Universal 30 March 2005 4
Tulisa "Young" Universal 7 May 2012 1
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Usher "OMG" Sony 18 April 2010 2
U2 "Vertigo" Universal 6 October 2004 9
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" Universal 13 July 2005 1 Co-credit with Paul McCartney
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
The Wanted "Glad You Came" Universal 17 July 2011 2
Wanz "Thrift Shop" Macklemore 10 February 2013 1 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Westlife[b] "Flying Without Wings" [1] Sony 1 September 2004 1 The first single ever to reach number one on the UK Official Download Chart[2]
Wiley "Heatwave" Warner 5 August 2012 2
will.i.am[i] "OMG" Sony 18 April 2010 2 Featured artist
"This Is Love" Universal 1 July 2012 1
"Hall of Fame" Sony 16 September 2012 2 Featured artist; the 200th single ever to reach number one on the UK Official Download Chart
"Scream & Shout" Universal 13 January 2013 3
Wiz Khalifa "Payphone" Universal 24 June 2012 3 Featured artist
Wretch 32 "Don't Go" Ministry of Sound 21 August 2011 1
Wyclef Jean "Hips Don't Lie" Sony 12 July 2006 4 Featured artist; one-hit wonder
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
The X Factor Finalists "Hero" Sony 5 November 2008 2 Multiple-artist ensemble
"You Are Not Alone" Sony 25 November 2009 1 Multiple-artist ensemble
"Heroes" Sony 1 December 2010 1 Multiple-artist ensemble
"Wishing on a Star" Sony 4 December 2011 1 Multiple-artist ensemble
Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one Notes
Yolanda Be Cool "We No Speak Americano" Universal 25 July 2010 1 Co-credit with DCUP; one-hit wonder

  1. ^ a b c Also featured as part of the 2008 X Factor Finalists on the number-one single "Hero".
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Also featured as part of Helping Haiti on the number-one single "Everybody Hurts".
  3. ^ Also featured as part of Sugababes on the number-one single "About You Now".
  4. ^ Also featured as part of Gnarls Barkley on the number-one single "Crazy".
  5. ^ a b c Also featured as part of the 2010 X Factor Finalists on the number-one single "Heroes".
  6. ^ Also featured as part of Girls Aloud on the number-one single "The Promise".
  7. ^ Also featured on the Dizzee Rascal single "Holiday".
  8. ^ a b c d e Also featured as part of Band Aid 20 on the number-one single "Do They Know It's Christmas?".
  9. ^ a b Also featured as part of The Black Eyed Peas on five number-one singles.
  10. ^ Also featured as part of Take That on the number-one singles "Patience" and "Greatest Day".
  11. ^ Also featured as part of the 2011 X Factor Finalists on the number-one single "Wishing on a Star".
  12. ^ Also featured on the Chipmunk single "Oopsy Daisy".
  13. ^ Also featured as part of the Pussycat Dolls on the number-one single "Don't Cha".
  14. ^ Also featured as part of the 2009 X Factor Finalists on the number-one single "You Are Not Alone".

Most number ones


Since its inception in 2004, ten different artists have reached number-one on the UK Singles Downloads Chart with five or more singles. To qualify for entry on this list, the act must have been credited as an artist on six or more number one singles, as recognised by the Official Charts Company. The list does not include credits on multiple-artist charity ensembles. The most successful artist is Calvin Harris, who has been credited on 12 different number-one singles on the download chart.

Artist Number ones Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one
Calvin Harris 12 "Dance wiv Me" Dirtee Stank 9 July 2008 4
"I'm Not Alone" Sony 15 April 2009 2
"Holiday" Dirtee Stank 2 September 2009 1
"We Found Love" Sony 15 October 2011 6
"Sweet Nothing" 27 October 2012 1
"Under Contol" 7 December 2013 1
"Summer" 10 May 2014 1
"Blame" 20 September 2014 1
"This Is What You Came For" 12 June 2016 2
"One Kiss" 26 April 2018 5
"Promises" 30 August 2018 7
"Giant" Warner 14 February 2019 7
Rihanna 11 "Umbrella" Universal 23 May 2007 8
"Take a Bow" Universal 21 May 2008 2
"Live Your Life" Warner 19 November 2008 1
"Run This Town" Sony 9 September 2009 1
"Russian Roulette" Universal 9 December 2009 1
"Only Girl (In the World)" 10 November 2010 2
"What's My Name?" 5 January 2011 2
"We Found Love" 9 October 2011 6
"Diamonds" 7 October 2012 1
"The Monster" 3 November 2013 1
"This Is What You Came For" 12 May 2016 2
Ariana Grande 8 "Problem" Universal 6 July 2014 1
"Bang Bang" 28 September 2014 1
"One Last Time" 9 June 2017 1
"No Tears Left to Cry" 27 April 2018 1
"Thank U, Next" 9 November 2018 6
"7 Rings" 25 January 2019 4
"Don't Call Me Angel" 20 September 2019 1
"Rain on Me" 29 May 2020 3
Jess Glynne 7 "Rather Be" Warner 1 February 2014 4
"My Love" Rinse 15 March 2014 1
"Hold My Hand" Warner 4 April 2014 2
"Don't Be So Hard on Yourself" 4 April 2014 1
"Not Letting Go" 4 May 2015 1
"These Days" 15 February 2018 6
"I'll Be There" 7 June 2018 2
Justin Bieber 7 "What Do You Mean?" Def Jam 10 September 2015 2
"Love Yourself" 10 December 2015 5
"Cold Water" 5 August 2016 2
"Let Me love You" 19 August 2016 3
"I'm the One" 11 May 2017 1
"Despacito" (Remix) 18 May 2017 11
"I Don't Care" 23 May 2019 6
Tinie Tempah 7 "Pass Out" Parlophone 13 March 2010 3
"Written in the Stars" 9 October 2010 1
"R.I.P." 19 May 2012 1
"Tsunami (Jump)" Ministry of Sound 22 March 2014 2
"Crazy Stupid Love" Universal 2 August 2014 1
"Not Letting Go" Parlophone 4 May 2015 1
"Turn the Music Louder (Rumble)" Ministry of Sound 23 October 2015 1
Dizzee Rascal 6 "Dance wiv Me" Dirtee Stank 9 July 2008 4
"Bonkers" Dirtee Stank 27 May 2009 2
"Holiday" Dirtee Stank 2 September 2009 1
"You Got the Dirtee Love" Dirtee Stank/Universal 24 February 2010 1
"Dirtee Disco" Dirtee Stank 2 June 2010 1
"Shout" Sony 16 June 2010 2

Most Weeks At Number One


This is a list of most weeks at number one by main artist only.

Artist Singles Record label Reached number one Weeks at number one
Tones and I "Dance Monkey" Bad Batch 4 October 2019 12
Gnarls Barkley "Crazy" Warner 22 March 2006 11
Luis Fonsi "Despacito" Def Jam 18 May 2017 11
The Weeknd "Blinding Lights" Universal 23 January 2020 10
U2 "Vertigo" Universal 6 October 2004 9
Ed Sheeran "Shape of You" Warner 19 January 2017 9
Rihanna "Umbrella" Universal 23 May 2007 8
Madonna "Hung Up" Warner 2 November 2005 7
Scissor Sisters "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" Universal 23 August 2006 7
Leona Lewis "Bleeding Love" Sony 31 October 2007 7

One-hit wonders


For the purposes of this list, a one-hit wonder is defined as an act that has reached number one on the UK Official Download Chart but has not charted with any other single either before or since.

Artist Single Record label Reached number one Weeks at
number one
Notes
Mouldy Lookin' Stain "Dogz Don't Kill People Wabbits Do" Warner 27 October 2004 1 A parody of Goldie Lookin' Chain's single "Guns Don't Kill People Rappers Do" by BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles.
Nizlopi "JCB" FDM 21 December 2005 1 Two school friends John Parker and Luke Concannon had a surprise #1 hit, but failed to chart again.[3]
The Notorious B.I.G. "Nasty Girl" Warner 25 January 2006 2 had most of his hits before the download chart first published.
The Proclaimers "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" EMI 21 March 2007 3 Re-released in 2007 with additional vocals in aid of Comic Relief.
Mint Royale "Singin' in the Rain" Sony 11 June 2008 2 Re-released in 2008 after George Sampson used the track in his winning dance on the second series of Britain's Got Talent.
Kid Rock "All Summer Long" Warner 6 August 2008 1 Follow-up singles failed to chart and had hits before the download chart existed.
Rage Against the Machine "Killing in the Name" Sony 23 December 2009 2 Reached number one after an online campaign pushed it to the top. The band had charting singles before the download chart existed.
Yolanda Be Cool "We No Speak Americano" Universal 25 July 2010 1
DCUP "We No Speak Americano" Universal 25 July 2010 1
Gotye "Somebody That I Used to Know" Universal 12 February 2012 5
Sam and the Womp "Bom Bom" Stiff 26 August 2012 1 Follow-up singles failed to chart.
PJ & Duncan "Let's Get Ready to Rhumble" Demon 31 March 2013 1 Re-released long after the duo had chart success when the charts were based on physical copies,profits went to Childline.
Storm Queen "Look Right Through" Ministry of Sound 10 November 2013 1
Route 94 "My Love" Rinse 15 March 2014 1
Borgeous "Tsunami" Ministry of Sound 22 March 2014 1
Deorro "Five More Hours" Warner 27 June 2015 1
David Zowie "House Every Weekend" Universal 16 July 2015 1 First number one when the charts were changed from Sunday to Friday.
Rachel Platten "Fight Song" Universal 3 September 2015 1 Follow-up singles failed to chart.
Jamie Lawson "Wasn't Expecting That" Warner 22 October 2015 1 Follow-up singles failed to chart.
Kungs "This Girl" 3 Beat 23 June 2016 4 The Follow up reached no.172 outside chart.
Bradley Cooper "Shallow" Interscope 18 October 2018 4
Dalton Harris "The Power of Love" Sony 13 December 2018 1 The winner of X-Factor 2018 yet to release a follow up.
Tones and I "Dance Monkey" Bad Batch 4 October 2019 12 Slowly made its way to the top of the chart since it topped the chart in her native of Australia and still in the top 10 as of April 2020 and the follow-up did not chart.
André Rieu "Ode to Joy" Decca 6 February 2020 1 A protest song against Brexit.
Michael Ball, Captain Tom Moore and The NHS Voices of Care Choir "You'll Never Walk Alone" Decca 30 April 2020 1 Charity record in aid of NHS Charities Together during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a featured artist

Artist Single Main artist credit Record label Reached number one Weeks at
number one
Avery Storm "Nasty Girl" The Notorious B.I.G. Warner 25 January 2006 2
Leo Sayer "Thunder in My Heart Again" Meck Universal 15 February 2006 2
Wyclef Jean "Hips Don't Lie" Shakira Sony 12 July 2006 4
D.O.E. "The Way I Are" Timbaland Universal 18 July 2007 1
DJ Mental Theo's Bazzheadz "Now You're Gone" Basshunter Ministry of Sound 16 January 2008 3
James Corden "Shout" Shout For England Sony 13 June 2010 2
Tania Foster "Green Light" Roll Deep EMI 22 August 2010 1
Laza Morgan "Start Without You" Alexandra Burke Sony 12 September 2010 2
Eric Turner "Written in the Stars" Tinie Tempah EMI 3 October 2010 1
Lauren Bennett "Party Rock Anthem" LMFAO Universal 17 April 2011 4
GoonRock "Party Rock Anthem" LMFAO Universal 17 April 2011 4
Nayer "Give Me Everything" Pitbull Sony 22 May 2011 3
Sian Evans "Louder" DJ Fresh Ministry of Sound 10 July 2011 1
Josh Kumra "Don't Go" Wretch 32 Ministry of Sound 21 August 2011 1
Kimbra "Somebody That I Used to Know" Gotye Universal 12 February 2012 5
Janelle Monáe "We Are Young" fun. Warner 27 May 2012 1
The Commonwealth Band "Sing" Gary Barlow Universal 10 June 2012 1
Wanz "Thrift Shop" Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Macklemore 10 February 2013 1
A*M*E "Need U (100%)" Duke Dumont Ministry of Sound 7 April 2013 2
Cody Wise "It's My Birthday" Will.i.am Universal 19 July 2014 1
Cookin' on 3 Burners "This Girl" Kungs 3 Beat 23 June 2016 4

Ensemble groups

Artist Single Record label Reached number one Weeks at
number one
Notes
Band Aid 20 "Do They Know It's Christmas" Universal 8 December 2004 4 Released in aid of Band Aid.
Helping Haiti "Everybody Hurts" Sony 17 February 2010 1 Released in aid of victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Shout For England "Shout" Sony 13 June 2010 2 Unofficial anthem of the England national football team's 2010 FIFA World Cup campaign in South Africa.
The Justice Collective "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" Metropolis 23 December 2012 1 Released in honour of the victims of the Hillsborough disaster.
Gareth Malone's All Star Choir "Wake Me Up" Universal 22 November 2014 1 released in aid of Children in Need.
Band Aid 30 "Do They Know It's Christmas?" EMI 29 November 2014 2 Released in aid of Band Aid.
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir "A Bridge over You" Emu Bands 31 December 2015 1 Re-released due a Christmas number one campaign, profits in aid of Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust.
Artists For Grenfell "Bridge over Troubled Water" Sony 23 June 2017 2 In aid of the Grenfell Tower fire.
RSPB "Let Nature Sing" The RSPB 9 May 2019 1 In aid of Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
X Factor Celebrities 2019 "Run" Sony 12 December 2019 1 In aid of Shooting Star Children's Hospices.
Live Lounge Allstars "Times Like These" BBC/Columbia 7 May 2020 2 Response to COVID-19 pandemic in aid of Children in Need and Comic Relief.

See also


References


General
Specific
  1. ^ "About Us – Who We Are – The Charts We Compile" . London: Official Charts Company. Archived from the original on 14 March 2012. Retrieved 28 May 2011. ... Singles Downloads ...
  2. ^ a b "Westlife top first download chart" . London: BBC News. 1 September 2004. Archived from the original on 4 January 2009. Retrieved 26 May 2011.
  3. ^ Nizlopi - official website biography Archived 14 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine

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