Special Report

Every Song in History That's Certified Diamond

Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

Based on the standards of the Recording Industry Association of America, an artist needs to sell 500,000 copies of a single for it to go Gold. For a single to reach Platinum – a level the RIAA added in 1976 – it has to sell 1 million copies; for Multi-Platinum, introduced in 1984, the threshold is 2 million. And then there is the rarefied air of diamond certification, also introduced in 1999 – an indication of 10 million records sold. 

To determine all singles that have achieved Diamond certification, 24/7 Tempo reviewed data on certified U.S. singles sales from the RIAA. The RIAA awards Diamond certification to songs that have sold at least 10 million units in the United States – including downloads and streams, computed at a rate of 150 of either equaling one unit. Singles were ranked based on certified U.S. sales as of Jan. 2023. Data on Billboard Hot 100 chart performance is current through the week of Dec. 31, 2022. (These are the best-selling artists for digital singles.)

Some 98 songs have been awarded Diamond certification so far, all but five of them released in the 21st century.  

Click here to see every song in history that’s certified diamond

Bruno Mars, either solo or with a collaborator, has the most Diamond singles of any artist with six, including “Just The Way You Are,” “Uptown Funk” with Mark Ronson, and “When I Was Your Man.” 

Three contemporary performers have four songs on the list either as solo artists or with a partner: Drake, Imagine Dragons, and the Weeknd. Cardi B, Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, the Chainsmokers, and Maroon 5 all landed three songs each on the list by themselves or with collaborators.

Regarding the five songs from the 20th century, two are from Michael Jackson – “Thriller” and “Billie Jean.” Whitney Houston is represented by the Dolly Parton-penned heartwrencher “I Will Always Love You.” Elton John’s “Candle in the Wind,” reissued in tribute to Princess Diana, made the list, as did Queen’s bombastic “Bohemian Rhapsody.” (Here’s a list of classic songs that have returned to the Hot 100.)

Source: Kris Connor / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

98. Kid Cudi featuring MGMT & Ratatat, “Pursuit Of Happiness (Nightmare)”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 59 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 3 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 3, 2009

[in-text-ad]

Source: Timothy Hiatt / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

97. Christina Perri, “A Thousand Years”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 31 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 26 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 5, 2011

Source: Michael Ochs Archives / Michael Ochs Archives via Getty Images

96. Michael Jackson, “Thriller”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 4 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 22 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 11, 1984

Source: Pictorial Parade / Archive Photos via Getty Images

95. Michael Jackson, “Billie Jean”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 7 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 25 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 22, 1983

Source: Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

94. Post Malone, “White Iverson”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 14 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 30 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Sept. 26, 2015

93. Kanye West, “Stronger”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 27 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 11, 2007

Source: Nicholas Hunt / Getty Images

92. Lil Wayne featuring Static Major, “Lollipop”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 5 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 28 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: March 29, 2008

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Kristian Dowling / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

91. Miley Cyrus, “Party in the U.S.A.”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 28 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 29, 2009

Source: Michael Ochs Archives / Michael Ochs Archives via Getty Images

90. Whitney Houston, “I Will Always Love You”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 14 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 29 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 14, 1992

Source: Paras Griffin / Getty Images

89. XXXTENTACION, “Sad!”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 38 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: March 17, 2018

Source: Bryan Bedder / Getty Images

88. Bruno Mars, “Grenade”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 36 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 16, 2010

[in-text-ad]

Source: Astrid Stawiarz / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

87. Foster The People, “Pumped Up Kicks”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 3 (for 8 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 40 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: May 14, 2011

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images

86. Khalid, “Location”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 16 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 43 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 28, 2017

Source: Bennett Raglin / Getty Images

85. Lil Baby & Gunna, “Drip Too Hard”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 4 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 35 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Sept. 29, 2018

Source: Courtesy of Mackelmore

84. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton, “Can’t Hold Us”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 5 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 39 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 16, 2013

Source: Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

83. Katy Perry, “Roar”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 35 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 24, 2013

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images

82. Drake, “Hotline Bling”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 5 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 36 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 22, 2015

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Jamie McCarthy / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

81. Bruno Mars, “Locked Out of Heaven”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 6 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 36 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 20, 2012

Source: Keystone / Hulton Archive via Getty Images

80. Queen, “Bohemian Rhapsody”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 44 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 3, 1976

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

79. Lady Gaga, “Poker Face”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 40 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 3, 2009

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images

78. Drake featuring WizKid & Kyla, “One Dance”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 10 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 36 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: April 23, 2016

[in-text-ad]

Source: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

77. Nicki Minaj, “Super Bass”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 3 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 39 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: May 14, 2011

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

76. The Chainsmokers & Coldplay, “Something Just Like This”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 3 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 39 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: March 11, 2017

Source: Mike Windle / Getty Images

75. French Montana featuring Swae Lee, “Unforgettable”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 3 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 41 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: April 29, 2017

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

74. Pitbull featuring Ke$ha, “Timber”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 39 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 26, 2013

Source: Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

73. Post Malone featuring Ty Dolla $ign, “Psycho”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 39 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: March 10, 2018

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

72. fun. featuring Janelle Monae, “We Are Young”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 6 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 42 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Dec. 24, 2011

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Jerritt Clark / Getty Images

71. Roddy Ricch, “The Box”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 11 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 38 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Dec. 21, 2019

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

70. twenty one pilots, “Heathens”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 39 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: July 9, 2016

Source: Jonathan Leibson / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

69. Imagine Dragons, “Thunder”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 4 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 51 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: May 20, 2017

Source: Evan Agostini / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

68. Flo Rida featuring T-Pain, “Low”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 10 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 40 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 10, 2007

[in-text-ad]

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

67. The Weeknd, “Can’t Feel My Face”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 41 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: June 27, 2015

Source: Frazer Harrison / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

66. Justin Bieber, “Sorry”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 42 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 14, 2015

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

65. Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug, “Havana”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 45 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 26, 2017

Source: Theo Wargo / Getty Images

64. Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MO, “Lean On”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 4 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 48 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: April 25, 2015

Source: Rich Fury / Getty Images

63. Post Malone featuring 21 Savage, “Rockstar”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 8 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 40 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 7, 2017

Source: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images

62. Lorde, “Royals”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 9 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 44 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: July 20, 2013

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Ethan Miller / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

61. Imagine Dragons, “Demons”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 6 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 61 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 26, 2013

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

60. twenty one pilots, “Stressed Out”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 52 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: May 16, 2015

Source: Glenn Hunt / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

59. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz, “Thrift Shop”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 6 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 49 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Sept. 15, 2012

Source: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

58. Robin Thicke featuring T.I. + Pharrell, “Blurred Lines”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 48 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: May 4, 2013

[in-text-ad]

Source: Larry Marano / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

57. Meghan Trainor, “All About That Bass”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 8 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 47 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: July 26, 2014

Source: David Becker / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

56. Imagine Dragons, “Believer”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 4 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 51 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 25, 2017

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

55. Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera, “Moves Like Jagger”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 49 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: July 9, 2011

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

54. AWOLNATION, “Sail”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 17 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 79 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Sept. 3, 2011

Source: Bennett Raglin / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

53. Juice WRLD, “Lucid Dreams”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 48 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: May 26, 2018

Source: Jamie McCarthy / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

52. Taylor Swift, “Shake It Off”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 50 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Sept. 6, 2014

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Daniel Boczarski / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

51. The Chainsmokers featuring Daya, “Don’t Let Me Down”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 3 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 52 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 27, 2016

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

50. Carly Rae Jepsen, “Call Me Maybe”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 9 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 50 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: March 10, 2012

Source: Chelsea Lauren / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

49. Sam Smith, “Stay With Me”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 54 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: April 19, 2014

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

48. Bruno Mars, “That’s What I Like”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 51 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Dec. 10, 2016

[in-text-ad]

Source: Bennett Raglin / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

47. Fetty Wap, “Trap Queen”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 52 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 7, 2015

Source: Bob Levey / Getty Images Sport via Getty Images

46. Travis Scott, “Sicko Mode”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 52 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 18, 2018

Source: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

45. The Black Eyed Peas, “I Gotta Feeling”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 14 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 56 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: June 27, 2009

Source: Tommaso Boddi / Getty Images

44. Maroon 5 featuring Cardi B, “Girls Like You”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 7 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 52 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: June 9, 2018

Source: Ian Gavan / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

43. Ed Sheeran, “Perfect”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 5 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 56 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: March 25, 2017

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images for Clear Channel

42. OneRepublic, “Counting Stars”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 68 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: July 6, 2013

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Theo Wargo / Getty Images

41. Ed Sheeran, “Shape Of You”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 58 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 28, 2017

Source: Andrew H. Walker / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

40. LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock, “Party Rock Anthem”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 6 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 68 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 12, 2011

39. Jason Mraz, “I’m Yours”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 6 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 76 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: May 3, 2008

Source: Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

38. The Weeknd, “Blinding Lights”
> Certified U.S. sales: 10 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 90 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Dec. 14, 2019

[in-text-ad]

Source: Taylor Hill / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

37. Pinkfong, “Baby Shark”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 32 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 20 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 12, 2019

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

36. Darius Rucker, “Wagon Wheel”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 15 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 26 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 2, 2013

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

35. Eminem, “Not Afraid”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 25 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: May 22, 2010

Source: Mike Coppola / Getty Images

34. The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk, “Starboy”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 30 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 8, 2016

Source: Bryan Bedder / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

33. Bruno Mars, “When I Was Your Man”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 35 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Dec. 22, 2012

Source: Slaven Vlasic / Getty Images

32. Lil Uzi Vert, “XO TOUR Llif3”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 7 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 34 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: April 15, 2017

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Rich Fury / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

31. Cardi B, “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 34 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: July 22, 2017

Source: Bryan Bedder / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

30. Lady Gaga, “Bad Romance”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 7 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 35 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 14, 2009

Source: Paras Griffin / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

29. Future featuring Drake, “Life Is Good”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 8 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 38 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 25, 2020

Source: Douglas Doig / Hulton Archive via Getty Images

28. Elton John, “Candle in the Wind 1997/Something About the Way You Look Tonight”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 14 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 42 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 11, 1997

[in-text-ad]

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images

27. Maroon 5, “Sugar”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 42 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 31, 2015

Source: Ian Gavan / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

26. Pharrell Williams, “Happy”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 10 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 47 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 18, 2014

Source: Bryan Bedder / Getty Images

25. Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth, “See You Again”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 52 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: March 28, 2015

Source: Ethan Miller / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

24. Train, “Hey, Soul Sister”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 3 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 54 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 17, 2009

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

23. Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin, “I Like It”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 51 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: April 21, 2018

Source: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

22. Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line, “Meant To Be”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 51 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 11, 2017

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

21. The Weeknd, “The Hills”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 6 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 48 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: June 13, 2015

Source: Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

20. Katy Perry featuring Juicy J, “Dark Horse”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 57 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 5, 2013

Source: Larry Busacca / Getty Images

19. Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk!”
> Certified U.S. sales: 11 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 14 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 56 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 29, 2014

Source: Nicholas Hunt / Getty Images

18. Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris, “Baby”
> Certified U.S. sales: 12 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 5 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 20 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 6, 2010

[in-text-ad]

Source: Rich Fury / Getty Images

17. Katy Perry, “Firework”
> Certified U.S. sales: 12 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 39 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 6, 2010

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

16. Ed Sheeran, “Thinking Out Loud”
> Certified U.S. sales: 12 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 2 (for 8 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 58 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 25, 2014

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

15. Mariah Carey, “All I Want For Christmas Is You”
> Certified U.S. sales: 12 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 11 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 56 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 8, 2000

Source: Frederick Breedon / FilmMagic via Getty Images

14. Chris Stapleton, “Tennessee Whiskey”
> Certified U.S. sales: 13 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 20 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 6 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 21, 2015

Source: Scott Gries / ImageDirect / Getty Images

13. Eminem, “Lose Yourself”
> Certified U.S. sales: 13 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 24 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Oct. 5, 2002

Source: Tim P. Whitby / Getty Images

12. Eminem featuring Rihanna, “Love the Way You Lie”
> Certified U.S. sales: 13 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 7 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 29 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: July 10, 2010

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Bryan Bedder / Getty Images

11. Bruno Mars, “Just the Way You Are”
> Certified U.S. sales: 13 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 48 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 7, 2010

Source: Sergi Alexander / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

10. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber, “Despacito”
> Certified U.S. sales: 13 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 16 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 51 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 4, 2017

Source: Randy Shropshire / Getty Images

9. Post Malone featuring Quavo, “Congratulations”
> Certified U.S. sales: 14 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 8 (for 2 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 50 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Dec. 31, 2016

Source: Ethan Miller / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

8. Florida Georgia Line featuring Nelly, “Cruise”
> Certified U.S. sales: 14 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 4 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 54 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Sept. 1, 2012

[in-text-ad]

Source: Ian Gavan / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

7. John Legend, “All Of Me”
> Certified U.S. sales: 14 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 3 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 59 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Sept. 21, 2013

6. Gotye featuring Kimbra, “Somebody That I Used to Know”
> Certified U.S. sales: 14 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 8 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 59 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Jan. 21, 2012

Source: Rich Lam / Getty Images

5. Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive”
> Certified U.S. sales: 14 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 3 (for 4 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 87 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 18, 2012

Source: Kevin Winter / Getty Images

4. Drake, “God’s Plan”
> Certified U.S. sales: 15 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 11 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 36 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Feb. 3, 2018

Source: Christopher Polk / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

3. The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey, “Closer”
> Certified U.S. sales: 15 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 12 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 52 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Aug. 20, 2016

[in-text-ad-2]

Source: Frazer Harrison / Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images

2. Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, “Old Town Road”
> Certified U.S. sales: 17 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 19 weeks)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 45 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: March 16, 2019

Source: Rich Fury / Getty Images

1. Post Malone & Swae Lee, “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse)”
> Certified U.S. sales: 17 million units
> Peak position on Billboard Hot 100: No. 1 (for 1 week)
> Total time spent on Billboard Hot 100: 53 weeks
> Billboard Hot 100 debut: Nov. 3, 2018

ALERT: Take This Retirement Quiz Now  (Sponsored)

Take the quiz below to get matched with a financial advisor today.

Each advisor has been vetted by SmartAsset and is held to a fiduciary standard to act in your best interests.

Here’s how it works:
1. Answer SmartAsset advisor match quiz
2. Review your pre-screened matches at your leisure. Check out the advisors’ profiles.
3. Speak with advisors at no cost to you. Have an introductory call on the phone or introduction in person and choose whom to work with in the future

Take the retirement quiz right here.

Thank you for reading! Have some feedback for us?
Contact the 24/7 Wall St. editorial team.