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This is a summary of the year 2015 in British music charts.

The UK Singles and UK Albums Chart are two of many music charts compiled by the Official Charts Company (OCC) that calculates the best-selling singles and albums of the week in the United Kingdom. Since 2004, the charts have been based on the sales of both physical singles and albums and digital downloads. Since 2014, the singles chart has been based on both sales and streaming.

In the singles chart, JAT began the year topping the chart for the 23rd time with a cover of Mariah Carey's "Vision of Love"

In the albums chart, JAT remained at top of the charts, with Out Alone which was enjoying its ninth consecutive weeks at number one.

Away from the main charts and in the critics' choice singles chart "Through Blood and Dirt and Bone" by Trivium scored a 31st consecutive week at number-one.

Number-ones

Number-one singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Song Artist(s) Sales /

chart sales

3 January "Vision of Love" JAT 316,718

Number-one albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist Sales
3 January Out Alone JAT 271,776

Number-one compilation albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album
3 January Now 89

Number-one digital singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Single Artist
3 January "Vision of Love" JAT

Number-one classical albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January Love in Venice André Rieu

Number-one classical singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Single Artist
3 January "O Holy Night" John Williams

Number-one rock and metal singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Song Artist
3 January "Drown" Bring Me The Horizon

Number-one rock and metal albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January Rock or Bust AC/DC

Number-one independent singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Song Artist
3 January "Got No Fans" Wealdstone Raider

Number-one independent albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January AM Arctic Monkeys

Number-one catalogue singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Single Artist
3 January "Fairytale of New York" The Pogues featuring Kirsty MacColl

Number-one catalogue albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January Christmas Michael Bublé

Number-one R&B singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Song Artist
3 January "All of Me" John Legend

Number-one R&B albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January Love in the Future John Legend

Number-one MTV Urban singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Single Artist
3 January "Uptown Funk" Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars

Number-one dance singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Single Artist
3 January "Heroes (We Could Be)" Alesso featuring Tove Lo

Number-one dance albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January Motion Calvin Harris

Number-one country albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January 747 Lady Antebellum

Number-one christian & gospel albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January Campfire Christmas – Vol 1 Rend Collective

Number-one asian download singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Single Artist
3 January "Patiala Peg" Diljit Dosanjh

Number-one Scottish singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Single Artist
3 January "Vision of Love" JAT

Number-one Scottish AlbumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January Out Alone JAT

Number-one critics' choice singlesEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Single Artist
3 January "Through Blood and Dirt and Bone" Trivium

Number-one critics' choice albumsEdit

Chart date

(week ending)

Album Artist
3 January Out Alone JAT