On-Demand Songs

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The On-Demand Songs chart is published weekly by Billboard magazine in the United States. It is a component to the Streaming Songs chart.

According to Billboard, the On-Demand Songs chart ranks the top on-demand play request and plays from unlimited listener-controlled radio channels on leading music subscription services.[1]

The first On-Demand number-one song was "We Are Young" by Fun. featuring Janelle Monáe on March 24, 2012.

Chart achievements[edit]

Songs with the most weeks at number-one[edit]

  • 15 weeks
"One Dance" – Drake featuring Wizkid and Kyla (2016)
  • 13 weeks
"Thrift Shop" – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz (2013)
  • 11 weeks
"Closer" – The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey (2016)
"Uptown Funk" – Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars (2015)
  • 10 weeks
"Fancy" – Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX (2014)
"Dark Horse" – Katy Perry featuring Juicy J (2014)
  • 9 weeks
"Work" – Rihanna featuring Drake (2016)
"Sorry" – Justin Bieber (2015-2016)
"Take Me to Church" – Hozier (2014-2015)
  • 8 weeks
"Royals" – Lorde (2013-2014)
"Blurred Lines" – Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell (2013)
"Somebody That I Used to Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra (2012)
  • 7 weeks
"Can't Feel My Face" – The Weeknd (2015)
"Trap Queen" – Fetty Wap (2015)
"See You Again" – Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth (2015)
"Lights" – Ellie Goulding (2012)
  • 6 weeks
"Shake It Off" – Taylor Swift (2014)
"The Monster" – Eminem featuring Rihanna (2013-2014)
"Get Lucky" – Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams (2013)
"Diamonds" – Rihanna (2012-2013)
"Call Me Maybe" – Carly Rae Jepsen (2012)

Source: [2]

Artists with the most number-one hits[edit]

1. Drake (5)
2. Justin Bieber (4)
3. Maroon 5 (3)
3. Pharrell Williams (3)
3. Rihanna (3)
4. Bruno Mars (2)
4. Fun. (2)
4. Katy Perry (2)
4. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (2)
4. Wiz Khalifa (2)
4. The Weeknd (2)
4. Daft Punk (2)

Highest single-week On-Demand streams[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "On-Demand Songs Music Chart". Billboard.com. 
  2. ^ "Drake's 'One Dance' No. 1 on Hot 100; Twenty One Pilots 'Ride' to Top 10". Billboard. June 27, 2016. Retrieved June 27, 2016.