chart-topping

chart-topping

adj
1. (Pop Music) very popular; coming top in the charts
2. (Film) very popular; coming top in the charts
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A REMARKABLE chart-topping double beckons for James Arthur.
Whether you've had an outpouring of emotions with Whatcha Say, reached the highest note of In My Head, boldly danced to the beats of Talk Dirty and Wiggle, or pressed the loop button for Want To Want Me, it is indisputable that Jason Derulo's chart-topping hits have embedded themselves in your head.
If I Can Dream, a collection of Elvis classics featuring orchestral re-workings by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, is the star's 12th chart-topping album in the UK.
Billboard 200 album chart on Monday, making her only the third musician to achieve a chart-topping record in each of the past four decades, Billboard said.
HE SHOT to fame 13 years ago when he won Pop Idol and, more than a decade later, Will Young is still enjoying success as a chart-topping pop singer.
CHART-TOPPING Dutch singing sensation Caro Emerald has celebrated the success of her second album by announcing a UK tour for 2014.
It spawned four chart-topping singles including Dance Wiv Me and Bonkers.
A CHART-TOPPING release by heavy rockers Iron Maiden has been named the greatest album of the past 60 years.
Her chart-topping release, 21, has become the biggest-selling album of the century so far.
Summary: Little Mix's chart-topping single has achieved the worst first week sales for an X Factor victor's winning song since 2004.
SINGER Siva Kaneswaren has had a dream year with chart-topping boy band The Wanted.
Summary: Singing sensation and chart-topping artist Karl Wolf selected Kempinski Hotel Ajman as one of the many illustrious locations for the filming of his brand new music video for the popular hit single 'Yalla Habibi'.