Pharrell Williams and Chris Brown Make Year’s Best Selling R&B Songs Chart

We're half way through 2014 already. That said, Billboard has revealed the year's best selling (thus far) songs and Pharrell Williams is leading the pack.

According to the Billboard Top 10 Selling R&B/Hip Hop Digital Songs chart, year-to-date, Williams' infectious single, "Happy," is the top selling song.

Moving 5,633,000 digital copies over the last six months, up to June 29, "Happy" leads by millions.

Following "Happy" are two 3 million plus selling singles. Coming in at no.2 is John Legend's breakthrough single "All of Me" (3,854,000) and at no.3, Jason Derulo's breakthrough "Talk Dirty" (3,657,000).

Rounding out the top five are "Fancy" (2,533,000) and "The Man" (2,263,000), which are songs from Iggy Azalea and Aloe Blacc respectively.

Beyonce's hit single, "Drunk In Love," comes in at no. 6 on the chart with 1, 441,000 copies sold. Rihanna follows, with Eminem, at no.7 thanks to "The Monster," which moved 1,333,000.

Jason Derulo and Chris Brown round out the top ten with "Wiggle" (1,058,000), "Show Me (Kid Ink)" (1,041,000), and "Loyal." The latter moved 887,000 copies.