Carey’s song, on the Columbia Records / Legacy Recordings website, attracted 54.9 million US broadcasts (up 35%) and sold 12,000 downloads (up 24%) in the week ending December 24, according to Nielsen Music / MRC data. It also recorded 33.7 million broadcast viewer impressions (up 11%) in the week ending December 27.
Carole spends the ninth week at number one on Streamed songs The chart is rising 2-6 day Digital Song Sales And 13-17 days Radio songs. It also rules multi-scale Feast of 100 Chart for the 45th week, out of a total of 50 weeks on the chart since the list launched in 2011; It topped the number for 30 consecutive weeks, dating back to the start of the 2015-16 holiday season.
Here are the other gifts Carrie receives with her latest “Christmas” coronation:
Most of the weeks are at number one for the holiday song: With its fifth week on top of the Hot 100, only “Christmas” held the mark for the highest time in number 1 between holiday results in the chart’s history of 62 years and five months. Another Yuletide track tops the list: “The Chipmunk Song,” by The Chipmunks with David Seville, for a period of four weeks starting December 1958.
The number one song in three distinct years: Carey’s song “Christmas” became the first song to rank on the Hot 100 in three distinct years: 2019, 2020 and now, 2021. It topped the lists dated December 21 and 28, 2019; January 4, 2020; December 19, 2020; And January 2, 2021.
(As was reported when “Christmas” was crowned with Hot 100 two weeks ago, only one other song in the history of the chart has had a longer run-up to # 1: Chubby Checker’s “The Twist” topped the chart for the first time on September 19, 1960; Thanks to New popularity Among the masses of adults, it came to prominence again on January 13 and 20, 1962. The longevity of “The Twist” helped launch No. 1 center On the The greatest of all time Hot 100 summary.)
Another one, up to 84: Carey adds her record-breaking 84th career week at number one on the Hot 100, dating to the beginning of the chart on August 4, 1958.
Most of the weeks are in # 1 on the Hot 100
84, Mariah Carey
59, The Beatles
50, Boyz II Men
Last year, Carey’s Hot 100’s “Christmas” ranked 19th at No. 1, the highest among soloists and elevating it to one of the Beatles’ overall records of 20. He also made Carey her first female artist. It ranked # 1 on the chart in four distinct decades.
happy New Year: Carey has now ranked # 1 on the Hot 100 in a record-breaking 17 extended year special (all Hot 100 chart dates): 1990-2000, 2005-06, and 2008, thanks to 2019-21 Christmas.
Here are three acts that each spent time on top of the Hot 100 in 10 odd years: Paul McCartney / Wings (1971, 1973-1976, 1978, 1980, 1982-84); Michael Jackson (1972, 1979-80, 1983-84, 1987-88, 1991-92, 1995); And Madonna (1984-87, 1989-92, 1995, 2000).
Range of Standard Extension Number 1: The final week on top at “Christmas” extends Curry’s record for the artist for the longest period of ranking at # 1 on the Hot 100: 30 years and five months, dating back to its first week at # 1 on the chart on August 4. , 1990, with “Seeing Love.”
When “Christmas” first reached number one in the Hot 100 on December 21, 2019, Carey passed Cher, whose solo debut spanning 27 years and five months, from “Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves” (from his first week at No. 1 in 1971) through “Validate” (during the last week at the summit in 1999). (If Cher’s career as half of the duo Sonny & Cher is combined with her solo productions, her first number tenure covers 33 years, seven months, and two weeks, from Sonny & Cher’s “I Got You Babe,” who reached the top in 1965, with “Believe”) .
The next three songs on the Hot 100 have all returned to the peak locations they first reached a year ago (on the January 4, 2020 chart, which were the first four mirrors this week): Brenda Lee’s classic “Rockin ‘Around the” 1958 Christmas Tree “Christmas Rises 3-2;” “Jingle Bell Rock” by the late Bobby Helms, which was first released in 1957, rises 4-3; and “A Holly Jolly Christmas” by the late Burl Ives, originally from 1964, paid 6-4 .
The top five of the top 100 songs were completely decorated with holiday songs for the first time, as, across the region, Andy Williams’ album “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year”, which dates back to 1963, rose 7-5, beating its previous number. .6 High. Williams adds his third best song on the charts, after “Lonely Street” (No. 5, November 1959) and “You Can’t Get Back at Your Loss” (No. 2, April 1963).
Williams broke the record for the longest run between his five best successful hits: 57 years, seven months and three weeks. He overtook Lee, who last year “rockin” brought her back to the top five after waiting 57 years and three weeks.
“Feliz Navidad” by Jose Feliciano reached number 6 on the Top 100 list, after it was number 10, two weeks after reaching the top ten for the first time, 50 years after its original release in 1970.
24kGoldn’s song “Mood,” featuring Ian Dior, is the only non-holiday song in the top 10 hundred, dropping by 5-7 after six non-consecutive weeks at number one, leading the radio songs for the ninth week (81.3 million audiences., Down 2%). It is the top of the multi-scale Hot rock and alternative songs And the Hot Alternative Songs Charts for the seventeenth week for each and Hot Rap Songs For the eleventh frame (with all three charts using the same Hot 100 methodology).
Amid a flurry of hit songs, Dean Martin’s “Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow”, which was first released in 1959, rose from 11 to 8 on the Hot 100, reaching the top ten for the first time, with 31 1 million broadcasts (up 40%), 16 million in radio reach (down 3%) and 1,000 sales (up 15%).
Martin (who died on Christmas Day 1995) appeared in the Top 10 of the Top 100 fourth songs, after he published his first three songs in 1964-1965: “Everybody Loves Somebody” (No. 1, August 1964), “The Door No Still open to my heart ”(No. 6, November 1964) and“ I will ”(No. 10, 1965).
Wham! ‘Last Christmas’ likewise the song ‘Last Christmas’ is a top 10 hundred debut (14-9). It was first released in 1984, and climbed to 28.3 million broadcasts (up 41%), 19.1 million in broadcast audiences (up 5%) and 6,000 sold (up 38%).
George Michael’s duo (who died in 2016; as Martin, On Christmas Day) and Andrew Ridgelly add their seventh out of the Top 100 Top 10, after drawing their first six in 1984-1986: The No. 1s “Wake Me Up Before You Go” – Go, “Careless Whisper” and “Whatever You Want”; The number 3 hits “freedom” and “I am your man”; And “Sky Edge” number 10. Strike! Appears in the top ten for the first time since August 23, 1986 (the last week in the top ten for “Heaven”); After that, Michael achieved 14 of the top 10 solos, including seven at number one, until 1996.
After finishing the Top 10 in the Top 100 Teams, Chuck Berry’s “Run Rudolph Run” rises 29-10. First released in 1958, the sports track had 31.2 million broadcasts (up 66%), 6.1 million viewership appearances on air (up 14%) and 5,000 times sold (up 17%).
Perry, who passed away in March 2017, is taking over the reins in his third top 10 competition, after “No Particular Place to Go” (No. 10, July 1964) and his new success, “My Ding-a-Ling” ( No. 1, two weeks, October 1972).
Meanwhile, “Rudolph” is rewriting the record for the longest song it took to reach the top 10 of the top 100 songs since its debut: as it debuted on the chart on December 15, 1958 (four months after the poll began), it reached the centers. The first ten after a trip that lasted 62 years and two weeks. 60 Years of Two Weeks Wait for Helms “Jingle Bell Rock” (Dec 22, 1958 – Jan 5, 2019).
As mentioned above, nine holiday songs broke the record to grace the top 10 in the top 100, down from the top six a week ago.
As for last week’s Hot 100 # 1, Taylor Swift’s song “Willow” collapses from its position for the first time Leading to 38th place (partly due to holiday visits pouring over it). The song made the biggest drop from # 1 to # 1 on the Hot 100 in chart history, surpassing the 1-33 decline for 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj’s Trollz song in a July 4 poll.
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