This Is What You Came For Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna
21 April 2014, 19:00
We've counted down the 40 biggest-selling songs of the year so far on the Vodafone Big Top 40.We count down the 40 biggest-selling songs of the year so far on the Vodafone Big Top 40, as heard on Marvin's show on Capital this Bank Holiday Monday.
Shakira kicked off 2014 with a bang by releasing her Rihanna collaboration 'Can't Remember To Forget You', which peaked at number 12 on the Big Top 40 chart.
It may have been released at the tail-end of 2013, but Little Mix's 'Move' - which peaked at number three on the Big Top 40, continued to sell well into 2014.
The group's empowerment anthem 'Little Me' marks their second entry on the biggest songs of the year so far.
The fourth single from the DJ's massive debut album 'True' has been a consistent seller since its release in February, eventually peaking at number 16 last month.
The London DJ stormed to the top of the charts in March this year with 'I Got U', landing at number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40.
The group's second single 'Wild Heart' peaked at number three on the Big Top 40 back in January.
The production duo debuted at number eight on the chart with their drum and bass hit 'Control' in January.
DJ Fresh returned with a new electro-house sound in February with 'Dibby Dibby Sound', which entered at number three on the Big Top 40.
Canadian electro duo DVBBS reworked their club hit 'Tsunami' with added vocals from Tinie Tempah. The result was a number two smash on the Big Top 40 back in March.
Enrique's comeback single has proved a massive hit on the Big Top 40 this year, spending a month inside the top ten.
The DJ wonderkid may have hit number one on the Big Top 40 with 'Animals' in November last year, but the track has continued to be popular well into 2014.
The Dutch DJ scored the biggest hit of his career with 'Red Lights', which landed at number nine on the Big Top 40 in February.
The singer and rapper scored a top ten smash with 'Million Pound Girl' on the first Big Top 40 chart of 2014.
Eminem and Rihanna's collaboration lived up to its title, being the 27th biggest-selling song of 2014 despite being released in October last year.
The band's 'Rhythm Is A Dancer' and 'Rhythm Of The Night' mashup continues to prove very popular in 2014 after first entering the chart at number three in November 2013.
The group scored their first top ten hit with their second single 'Braveheart', landing at number four on the Big Top 40 in January.
The French DJ's cover of the Cher and Nancy Sinatra classic earned him his 15th top ten hit, entering at number six on the Big Top 40 in February.
The Aussie singer-songwriter's global smash hung around the Big Top 40 chart for five weeks following its release in February.
The London-based producer stormed the Big Top 40 in March with his Jess Glynne-assisted 'My Love', spending an impressive two weeks at number one.
The Swedish DJ's remix of the OneRepublic track has proven a massive hit since debuting at number six on the Big Top 40 back in February.
The singer's debut track topped the Big Top 40 for two weeks in October last year, but it's continued to be a strong seller in 2014.
The DJ and producer's massive summer hit in 2013 is as popular as ever in 2014.
The soul singer continues to ride high on the Big Top 40 top ten with his moving ballad 'All Of Me'.
The New York singer-songwriter duo had an impressive debut with 'Say Something', peaking at four on the Big Top 40 in February.
The singer scored his first solo number one on the Big Top 40 in February with 'Money On My Mind'.
German EDM producer and DJ Zedd has barely left the Big Top 40 since 'Stay The Night' - a collaboration with Paramore's Haley Williams - was released in February.
The singer deservedly scored a top five hit with her stunning dance ballad 'Crying For No Reason' back in January.
The breakout hit from the movie "Frozen" hasn't left the chart since its release in January.
Katy's lead single from her 'Prism' album hit number one back in October 2013 and has been unstoppable ever since.
The star's latest track has dominated radio and the charts since its release in December last year.
The London dance duo scored their first major hit with the MNEK-assisted 'Ready For Your Love', which landed at number four on the Big Top 40 in January.
The producer's collaboration with Miley may just missed out on the the top spot, peaking at number two in January,
The DJ makes his third appearance on the biggest-selling songs of 2014 so far, this time with the country-influenced 'Hey Brother'.
'Trumpets' may have first charted on the Big Top 40 in December last year, but its popularity has continued well into 2014.
The singer's Big Top 40 number one has been a mainstay on the charts since its release in November last year.
Beyoncé's fourth collaboration with Jay Z was as successful as its predecessors, eventually peaking at ten after its surprise release in December 2013.
Since reaching number one on the Big Top 40 in October last year, OneRepublic's 'Counting Stars' has continued to have huge success in 2014.
The baroque-pop quartet spent at massive four weeks at number one on the Big Top 40 with 'Rather Be' in January and February.
Released at the tail-end of 2013, Pitbull and Kesha's 'Timber' and dominated the charts ever since.
Pharrell Williams first released in November 2013 but has continued to be a massive hit, currently holding the title for the biggest-selling song of the year. Will he be able to hold on for the rest of 2014?