Streaming is a relatively new addition to our lives, but it's undoubtedly transformed the music industry and is now the way that most people consume music these days.

With that in mind, the Official Charts Company have created a new list that marks the most-streamed song (according to the year it was released) since the creation of the UK's Official Singles Chart in 1952.

It takes into account the number of streams a particular song has generated on the major services like Spotify and Apple Music.

The most streamed song released in 1952, for example, was Gene Kelly's 'Singin' in the Rain', while the most streamed song of 2022 is Harry Styles' 'As It Was'.

Other notable titles in the mix include Toploader's 'Dancing in the Moonlight' (2000), Haddaway's 'What is Love?' (1993), Dolly Parton's 'Jolene' (1982), The Rolling Stones' 'Paint It, Black' (1966) and Elvis Presley's 'Jailhouse Rock' (1957).

In the 1980s, it's easy to see what songs have enjoyed a renaissance since streaming began - including Journey's 'Don't Stop Believing' and Toto's 'Africa'.

There are some surprises in the mix, too - not least The Kooks scoring the most-streamed song of 2006 with their hit 'Naive'.

See the full list here.