IFPI unveiled the top 10 songs of World Digital Singles Chart of 2021.
Here is the Top 10 👇
— IFPI (@IFPI_org) February 28, 2022
The weekend stays on top for the second year in a row with his hit single, ‘Save your tears’. From his critically acclaimed album, after hours, the version with Ariana Grande peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 graphic.
Meanwhile, the number 1 hit on the Global Digital Single Chart of 2020, which was originally released in 2019 – “Blinding Lights” – returns to number 7.
In second place is ‘TO STAY’ by Canadian pop superstar justin bieber and rising Australian rapper, Kid LAROI. The song marks the couple’s second collaboration together, after ‘Unstable’ from Bieber’s latest album, Justice.
Bieber makes another appearance on the chart at number 6 for ‘Peaches,’ another track Justicethis time with Daniel Caesar and Overlook.
‘Levitation’ by Doua Lipa comes third. The track is the pop singer’s biggest hit to date, topping charts in the UK, US and around the world.
BTS single-record ‘Butter’ is in fourth place. The song won IFPI World Artist of the Year 2021 a second consecutive GRAMMY nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. “Butter” is also the ‘Dynamite‘ second act Billboard Hit 100 number 1 hit, topping the chart for 10 weeks.
Olivia Rodrigue makes a strong debut with two chart-topping songs – her debut single and viral hit ‘Driving license’ at number 5, and ‘good 4 u’ at number 8. Both tracks are taken from the star’s critically acclaimed and GRAMMY-nominated debut album, ACID.
In ninth place is Lil Nas X with ‘MONTERO (Call me by your name)’. From his album MONTERO, the hit single and music video were a commercial success worldwide – landing Lil Nas X his second number 1 hit.
Rounding the top 10 is “Bad Habits” by Ed Sheeran. A track from his first studio album in four years, the single spent 11 consecutive weeks at number 1 on the UK & Ireland Singles Chart.