Mark Ronson’s ‘Uptown Funk’ revealed as the UK’s biggest-selling song of 2015

Hozier, Adele and Ellie Goulding also featured in the year’s Top 10

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ ‘Uptown Funk’ has been revealed as the UK’s biggest-selling song of 2015.

The track ended the year with a combined sales and streaming total of 1.76 million, reports the Official Charts Company. Since its release in November 2014, meanwhile, the track has reached 2.25 million combined sales and streams.

‘Uptown Funk’ beat off competition from OMI’s ‘Cheerleader’ (Felix Jaehn remix), Hozier’s ‘Take Me To Church’, Ellie Goulding’s ‘Love Me Like You Do’ and Wiz Khalifa’s ‘See You Again’, which took the two, three, four and five spots respectively.


Justin Bieber, meanwhile, logged four entries in the Top 40, two of which (‘What Do You Mean?’ and ‘Sorry’) landed in the Top 10.

See the full Top 10 below:

1. Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, ‘Uptown Funk’
2. OMI, ‘Cheerleader’ (Felix Jaehn remix)
3. Hozier, ‘Take Me To Church’
4. Ellie Goulding, ‘Love Me Like You Do’
5. Wiz Khalifa, ‘See You Again’
6. Adele, ‘Hello’
7. Major Lazer feat. Mo and DJ Snake, ‘Lean On’
8. James Bay, ‘Hold Back The River’
9. Justin Bieber, ‘What Do You Mean?’
10. Justin Bieber, ‘Sorry’

Previously, ‘Uptown Funk’ had also been named the most watched video of 2015 by Vevo, with the clip played over one billion times on the site.

The track is currently the fifth-biggest-selling song in UK chart history, trailing behind Pharrell’s ‘Happy’ at Number Four.


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