According to a report released by the IFPI (the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) today, Drake’s “One Dance” was the biggest song of 2016. The IFPI used combined actual digital sales and track-equivalent streams to come up with the ranking for tracks, placing Drake at the top ahead of Justin Bieber and The Chainsmokers.


Rounding out the list are Sia, Justin Bieber (again), Rihanna with “Work,” Lukas Graham, The Chainsmokers (again) with “Don’t Let Me Down,” Mike Posner and Twenty One Pilots.

See the full breakdown below:

1. Drake – “One Dance (ft. WizKid and Kyla),” 12.5 million

2. Justin Bieber – “Love Yourself,” 11.7 million

3. The Chainsmokers – “Closer (ft. Halsey),” 11.7 million

4. Sia – “Cheap Thrills,” 11.1 million

5. Justin Bieber – “Sorry,” 10.8 million

6. Rihanna – “Work (ft. Drake),” 10.6 million

7. Lukas Graham – “7 Years,” 10.4 million

8. The Chainsmokers – “Don’t Let Me Down (ft. Daya),” 10.2 million

9. Mike Posner – “I Took A Pill In Ibiza,” 10.0 million

10. Twenty One Pilots – “Stressed Out,” 9.9 million

Numbers represent combined actual digital sales and track-equivalent streams

 

via Forbes | Image via Rukes.com