Queen is probably one of the most influential music groups in the history of rock and roll. Even after decades after their prime, Queen songs are still recognized and played by fans worldwide. Even after all these years, their timeless music is still being used in modern entertainment media. With more than 300 million records sold, the band is one of the world’s best-selling artists.

Did you know that their album, “Greatest Hits,” is currently the bestselling album in the UK? Besides, some of their songs are still hitting the charts even after almost half a century. With the Bohemian Rhapsody biopic’s success, it seems like new people are discovering Queen’s most enduring songs. In this blog, we will feature seven Queen songs that still reach the chart up to this day.

7 Queen Hits That Still Peaks On Charts Today


Don’t Stop Me Now

Released in 1978, “Don’t Stop Me Now” is a part of the album “Jazz.” The song was written by Freddie Mercury, in which he showcased some of his piano-playing skills. It was quite a popular song for televisions, films, and advertisements when it was released (and until now.)

Latest Chart Date: September 2020

Music Chart: UK Official Charts

Under Pressure

Queen is not known for collaboration with other artists. But when they do work with other people, the result is always magnificent. One of their best collab songs was “Under Pressure,” with fellow performer David Bowie. The song was released in the 1982 album “Hot Space.

Latest Chart Date: July 2020

Music Chart: Billboard Hard Rock Streaming Songs

We Will Rock You

Brian May wrote “We Will Rock You” in 1977 for their album “News Of The World.” Catchy and beaming with rhythmic energy, the song is very popular on radios and other media worldwide. It is also an excellent arena anthem since the audience can stomp and clap in all their heart’s content.

Latest Chart Date: June 2020

Music Chart: Billboard Hard Rock Streaming Songs

We Are The Champions

Even if you don’t like sports, there is a great chance that you’ve heard “We Are The Champions” before. The song has been inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame. There is even a study by Goldsmiths University which states that it is the catchiest song ever written.

Latest Chart Date: February 2019

Music Chart: Billboard Hard Rock Digital Song Sales

I Want To Break Free

“I Want To Break Free” is a song written by bassist John Deacon for Queen’s 1984 album, “The Works.” After its official release, the music has been used as an anthem against oppression. However, it is known best for its music video, in which all the band members dressed tried dressing up in drag.

Latest Chart Date: February 2021

Music Chart: Billboard Hard Rock Digital Song Sales

Another One Bites The Dust

“Another One Bites The Dust” is one of the easiest songs to learn if you’re an aspiring musician. John Deacon once again showcased his talent in songwriting with this hit. The song was released in 1980 with their album “The Game”.

Latest Chart Date: June 2020

Music Chart: Billboard Hard Rock Streaming Songs

Bohemian Rhapsody

“Bohemian Rhapsody” is one of Queen’s best-selling songs ever. The six-minute-long song was written by Freddie Mercury in 1975 and is known for several music sections (just like an opera.) Funny enough, it was released in their fourth studio album called “A Night At The Opera.” Its promotional video featuring the four band members is considered the first music video ever.

Latest Chart Date: June 2020

Music Chart: Billboard Hard Rock Streaming Songs