BILLBOARD 200 (Albums)
1. (1) Adele – 30
2. (E) Juice WRLD – Fighting Demons
3. (2) Taylor Swift – Red (Taylor’s Version)
4. (4) Michael Buble – Christmas
4. (5) Olivia Rodrigo – Sour
6. (6) Morgan Wallen – Dangerous: The Double Album
7. (8) Mariah Carey – Christmas
8. (9) Vince Guaraldi Trio – A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack)
9. (7) Drake – Certified Lover Boy
10. (3) Polo G – Hall Of Fame
The album ‘30‘ from Adele continues to lead the US record sales chart for the fourth consecutive week with another 183,000 equivalent units of which 146,500 are in actual sales. It is the first album that has at least four weeks in a row at # 1 since the album ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’ from Morgan Wallen will spend ten consecutive weeks leading the Billboard 200 from January to March 2021.
For its part, the most outstanding entry of the week is starring the rapper’s second posthumous album Juice WRLD, ‘Fighting Demons‘, which starts with 119,000 units.
Also, the Christmas records’Christmas‘ from Michael Buble (4) and ‘Merry Christmas‘ from Mariah Carey (7) are once again the two festive genre works preferred by the American public.
HOT 100 (Songs)
1. (2) Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas Is You
2. (3) Brenda Lee – Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree
3. (1) Adele – Easy On Me
4. (6) Bobby Helms – Jingle Bell Rock
5. (5) Burl Ives – A Holly Jolly Christmas
6. (4) The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber – Stay
7. (10) Andy Williams – It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
8. (9) Glass Animals – Heat Waves
9. (13) Wham! – Last Christmas
10. (8) Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow – Industry Baby
The Christmas classic ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ from Mariah Carey returns to the top spot on the US singles chart for one more year. The song adds its sixth week to the top of the Hott 100 and becomes the first song in the more than 60-year history of the list that has led the ranking in three different years.
Mariah’s hit was first released in 1994 and, as streaming has grown and holiday music has become more prominent on seasonal playlists, it reached the top 10 of the Hot 100 for the first time in December 2017. , before ascending to number 1 in both December 2019 (for three weeks) and December 2020 (two).
‘All I Want for Christmas is You‘rises to the top spot on the streaming chart with 37.6 million views, rises to seventh on the digital sales chart with 7,400 legal downloads, and rises to number 23 on the top radios. Since its release, the song has amassed 1.4 billion streams and 3.4 million digital downloads.
It is also a good week for ‘Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree‘ from Brenda Lee, a song originally released in 1958 that in recent years has gained enormous popularity thanks to streaming platforms. The top 10 also includes other Christmas classics from Bobby Helms, Burl Ives, Andy Williams or Wham!
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