|Type||Music industry association|
|Singapore Phonogram Videogram Association|
Recording Industry Association Singapore (RIAS) is an organisation that represents the music industry in Singapore and national representative of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry. The organisation was founded in 1976 as the Singapore Phonogram Videogram Association (SPVA) and renamed in 2001.
RIAS awards certificates for music records in Singapore based on sales. The requirements from album awards varied over the years, while the requirements for singles stayed constant. The levels are:
As of 2021[update], RIAS also accepts digital sales. Singles are certified on full unit basis, while albums are certified on revenue bases, with award levels of US$50,000 for Gold and US$100,000 for Platinum.
RIAS runs the following weekly charts:
- Top Streaming Chart
- Top Regional Chart
The first number-one song of the RIAS Charts was "Perfect" by Ed Sheeran on January 4, 2018. No charts were released between March 28 and June 28, 2019. As of the issue for the week ending July 1, 2021, the RIAS Charts has had 52 different number-one songs.
- List of number-one songs of 2018 (Singapore)
- List of number-one songs of 2019 (Singapore)
- List of number-one songs of 2020 (Singapore)
- List of number-one songs of 2021 (Singapore)
- List of number-one songs of 2022 (Singapore)
- List of number-one songs of 2023 (Singapore)
Most weeks at number one
|No. of weeks||Song||Artist||Release Year|
|13||"Señorita"||Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello||2019|
|11||"Stay"||The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber|
|"Seven"||Jung Kook feat. Latto||2023|
|10||Glimpse of Us"||Joji||2022|
|"Dance Monkey"||Tones and I|
|"As It Was"||Harry Styles||2022|
|8||"Thank U, Next"||Ariana Grande||2018|
|"How You Like That"||Blackpink||2020|
Most number-one songs
|No. of songs||Artist|
Most weeks at number one
|No. of weeks||Artist|
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