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Dec 12, 2015

Do You Recognize These 2015 Chart Toppers?

All of these artists had hit songs this year, I promise.

  1. Shane McCauley / RCA Records
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    Elle King

    The 26-year-old rocker hit the top spot on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart and reached the Top 100 on the Billboard Hot 100 with the bluesy man-eating anthem "Ex's & Oh's."

    Via RCA Records
  2. DrewGurian / AP / Invision
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    Silentó

    The 17-year-old's viral hit "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" reached number three on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.

    Via Capitol Records
  3. Island Records
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    Shawn Mendes

    The 16-year-old pop sensation had a number one on Billboard Pop Songs chart with "Stitches."

    Via Island Records
  4. 300 Entertainment
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    Fetty Wap

    The New Jersey-based rapper reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 with his summer hit "Trap Queen."

    Via 300 Entertainment
  5. Columbia Records / Sony Music
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    Rachel Platten

    The Taylor Swift-approved singer-songwriter reached the top ten on Billboard's singles chart with "Fight Song."

    Via Columbia Records
  6. RCA Records
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    R. City

    Theron and Timothy Thomas reached number six on the Billboard Hot 100 with the Adam Levine-assisted "Locked Away."

    Via RCA Records
  7. Sony Nashville
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    Cam

    The country starlet's single "Burning House" reached number four on Billboard's Hot Country Songs.

    Via Sony Nashville
  8. Republic Records
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    Natalie La Rose

    The 27-year-old singer's dancefloor-friendly "Somebody (ft. Jeremih)" reached the top 10 of Billboard's singles chart.

    Via Republic Records
  9. Catie Laffoon / Atlantic Records
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    Charlie Puth

    The 23-year-old singer-songwriter sang the hook on Wiz Khalifa's moody number one, "See You Again."

    Via Atlantic Records
  10. Jeremy Ryan / Black River Entertainment
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    Kelsea Ballerini

    This year the country newcomer became the first woman in nine years to top Billboard's Country Airplay chart with the twangy, upbeat "Love Me Like You Mean It."

    Via Black River Entertainment