NOW That's What I Call Music! 117 tracklisting revealed: Noah Kahan, Tate McRae, Sophie Ellis-Bextor & more!

Including two UK Number 1s, and a further 10 Top 10 hits, across a blockbuster 50 tracks.
now 117 tracklist

The tracklist for NOW That's What I Call Music! 117 has just been revealed - and it is packed full of Official Singles Chart hits, both new and old!

Including a blockbuster 50 tracks, NOW 117 contains both UK Number 1 singles, a plethora of Top 10 hits and tracks that are looking for success over the coming weeks, including Olly Alexander's entry for Eurovision, Dizzy.

In total, two UK Number 1 singles are included in the collection this time; Noah Kahan's Stick Season, the longest-running Number 1 of 2024 so far at seven weeks, and Jack Harlow's Lovin' On Me, which topped the Official Singles Chart for three weeks at the end of 2023, becoming the Louisville rapper's first Number 1 single in the UK.

We also see 10 UK Top 10 singles in the double-LP compilation, including current chart high-flyers by Benson Boone (Beautiful Things) and Teddy Swims (Lose Control), as well as well-recieved comeback tracks from established pop royalty like Ariana Grande (yes, and?) and Dua Lipa (Houdini), both of which peaked at Number 2.

Fans of classic chart hits will also no doubt be satiated by the new NOW tracks, as two resurgent noughties pop standards - that have both experienced stunning second-wind success thanks to successful sync in popular films - are nestled at the end of each of the two CDs.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor's Murder on the Dancefloor sees out NOW 117's first disk, having been featured in Saltburn, the murderous disco banger managed to climb back into the Top 10 this year, managing a re-peak of Number 2, its original peak when it was released in 2002 too. 

We're also feeling the rain on our skin with Natasha Bedingfield's Unwritten, going viral following its inclusion in the rom-com Anyone But You, Unwritten has so far managed to reach Number 12 in 2024, while its original release in 2004 saw the track peak at Number 6.

CD One

1. Noah Kahan - Stick Season

2. Benson Boone - Beautiful Things 

3. Teddy Swims - Lose Control

4. Ariana Grande - yes, and? 

5. Tate McRae - greedy 

6. Olivia Rodrigo - get him back!

7. Miley Cyrus - Used To Be Young 

8. Lewis Capaldi - Strangers

9. Tyla - Water 

10. Doja Cat - Agora Hills 

11. Ella Henderson feat. Rudimental - Alibi

12. Zara Larsson & David Guetta - On My Love 

13. Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera - Never Be Alone

14. Jax Jones, D.O.D & Ina Wroldsen - Won't Forget You

15. Nathan Dawe - We Ain't Here For Long  

16. Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday Girls

17. PinkPantheress feat. Central Cee - Nice to meet you 

18. Paloma Faith - Bad Woman 

19. Ilsey - No California 

20. Georgia Ku - A Little More Lost

21. Sabrina Carpenter - Feather

22. Kylie Minogue – Hold On To Now

23. Pet Shop Boys - Loneliness  

24. Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Murder On The Dancefloor

CD Two

1. Olly Alexander (Years & Years) - Dizzy 

2. Dua Lipa - Houdini 

3. Jack Harlow - Lovin On Me 

4. Paul Russell - Lil Boo Thang 

5. Jennifer Lopez – Can’t Get Enough

6. Eliza Rose x Calvin Harris - Body Moving 

7. RAYE - Worth It.

8. The Last Dinner Party - Nothing Matters

9. Lana Del Rey - Take Me Home, Country Roads

10. Troye Sivan - One Of Your Girls

11. Sia & Kylie Minogue - Dance Alone 

12. Jason Derulo & Michael Bublé - Spicy Margarita

13. David Guetta & Kim Petras - When We Were Young (The Logical Song) 

14. Nathan Dawe & Bebe Rexha - Heart Still Beating  

15. Jazzy - Shooting Star

16. Jonas Brothers & Bailey Zimmerman - Strong Enough

17. James Arthur - Bitter Sweet Love

18. Liam Gallagher & John Squire - Just Another Rainbow  

19. Disturbed - The Sound Of Silence (CYRIL Remix)

20. Nathan Evans - Heather On The Hill

21. Tom Walker - Head Underwater 

22. Calum Scott - Lighthouse

23. P!NK - All Out Of Fight 

24. James Blunt - All The Love That I Ever Needed  

25. Take That - This Life

26. Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten 

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I love how Kylie is featured as one of the main artists in the image above, despite those two songs being massive flops. Typical gay men trying to shove her down everyone's throat.




absolutely, and there’s no sign of mitski even though she’s a proper artist. the funny thing is i would have bought this album if mitski was on here because the cover art is very cute! but no, we get shartists like kylie and sia instead.




honestly, do people really care for these albums anymore?

where is mitski?? one of the best artists out there? and no 21 savage either? if i knew their picks for their albums were going to be this bad they should have left it at 101 and called it a day.

and i CANT with sia, jason derulo and that awful remix of the beautiful disturbed song. only people who don’t appreciate music like those songs.

good to see sabrina carpenter, dua lipa, the last dinner party, doja cat, noah kahan, raye and my girl lana del rey here though.