This info can be displayed much more succinctly via a stacked bar chart. See: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_73u71srbiSieON2eLwdgAYpP6Gj9qd6VD_Ob3vqQPU/pubchart?oid=547595602&format=image
This also makes it clearer that the percentage was relatively constant through 2009–2012, and the increase in handclaps is relatively recent (starting 2014).
Also, as a side note, why are the percentages not whole numbers when the top 100 only has 100 entries? e.g. 2009 is 43.4%, does that mean there was 0.4 of a song with handclaps in the Top 100, or is there some averaging going on based on how long a song was on the Top 100 chart over the year?