September 21, 2021


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Mariah Carey and Shawn Mendes dominate the non-heavy charts

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The charts are usually filled with holiday rentals in the middle of each December but this year is even above that standard. Although Shawn Mendes’ “Wonder” Rolling Stone debuted at number one on the Top 200 album chart with 41.7 million streams, Taylor Swift’s “folklore” was not far behind, covering most of the top ten.

Michael Bubble’s “Christmas” was the biggest holiday album of the week, landing at No. 3 with over 9,000 sales and 56 million streams. Bad Bun, Ariana Grande and Pop Smoke were held at No. 4-6 in the top ten, but the top 10 closed with a Christmas four-fact: Kerry Underwood’s “My Gift” No. 1 with over 26,000 sales. And more than 20 million streams have flowed; It is followed by Mariah Carey’s “Merry Christmas”, Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas” and Vince Guaraldi’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas”.

Things will have to wake up next week when Taylor Swift’s “Evermore” debut.

It was mostly the same story in the top 100 song charts, as Kerry’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” is at the top for another 2 weeks after 2.5.5 million streams, in Brenda Lee’s’ Rockin ‘as the Christmas Tree’. (22.6 million)) and Bobby Hales’ “Jingle Bell Rock” (Section 20.9 million), Andy Williams “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Dean Martin’s” Let It Snow, Snow Day, Snow Day “,” Jose Felisano ” “Feliz” Navidad, “Ohm! Its “Last Christmas” and Ronettes’ “Slide Ride”. Which year is it, anyway?

The only non-seasonal song in the top ten was Bed Bunny and Jahe Cortez’s “Dakiti”, while further down bubbling was “On Me”, a new track from Lil Baby where it debuted at number 14 with 14.3 million streams – guess what? – Holiday songs by Perry Como and Kelly Clarkson.

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