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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending December 30, 2017 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 12/8–12/14, airplay — 12/11–12/17


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 01 01 16 Ed Sheeran Duet With Beyonce — Perfect (AIRPLAY GAINER)
02 02 01 13 Post Malone feat. 21 Savage — Rockstar
03 03 02 18 Camila Cabello feat. Young Thug — Havana
04 04 03 14 Lil Pump — Gucci Gang
05 05 04 33 Imagine Dragons — Thunder
06 15 06 07 Migos, Nicki Minaj & Cardi B — MotorSport (DIGITAL/STREAMING GAINER)
07 06 04 14 Sam Smith — Too Good At Goodbyes
08 08 08 15 Halsey — Bad At Love
09 11 09 22 Mariah Carey — All I Want For Christmas Is You
10 07 07 14 G-Eazy feat. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B — No Limit

11 09 01 24 Cardi B — Bodak Yellow
12 13 12 05 6ix9ine — Gummo
13 10 09 16 Maroon 5 feat. SZA — What Lovers Do
14 17 14 20 Dua Lipa — New Rules
15 14 11 17 Gucci Mane feat. Migos — I Get The Bag
16 22 16 09 NF — Let You Down
17 12 04 26 Portugal. The Man — Feel It Still
18 16 06 23 Demi Lovato — Sorry Not Sorry
19 23 19 12 Post Malone — I Fall Apart
20 18 03 24 J Balvin & Willy William feat. Beyonce — Mi Gente

21 20 20 08 Selena Gomez X Marshmello — Wolves
22 19 03 33 Logic feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid — 1-800-273-8255
23 25 01 49 Ed Sheeran — Shape Of You
24 29 24 16 Lil Uzi Vert feat. Nicki Minaj — The Way Life Goes
25 27 18 25 Kendrick Lamar feat. Zacari — Love.
26 21 21 02 G-Eazy & Halsey — Him & I
27 24 12 23 21 Savage — Bank Account
28 31 28 08 Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line — Meant To Be
29 26 26 10 Charlie Puth — How Long
30 33 30 18 Marshmello feat. Khalid — Silence

31 32 01 48 Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber — Despacito
32 28 22 22 Khalid — Young Dumb & Broke
33 30 04 45 Imagine Dragons — Believer
34 37 14 20 Brenda Lee — Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
35 45 35 03 Andy Williams — It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
36 35 35 12 Miguel feat. Travis Scott — Sky Walker
37 43 04 15 Taylor Swift — ...Ready For It?
38 42 38 10 Nat King Cole — The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)
39 38 37 20 SZA — The Weekend
40 34 03 36 French Montana feat. Swae Lee — Unforgettable

41 47 41 03 Burl Ives — A Holly Jolly Christmas
42 36 05 34 Charlie Puth — Attention
43 40 01 48 Bruno Mars — That's What I Like
44 RE 41 03 Wham! — Last Christmas
45 44 44 07 Offset & Metro Boomin — Ric Flair Drip
46 41 41 12 A$AP Ferg — Plain Jane
47 50 01 37 Kendrick Lamar — Humble.
48 46 06 34 Shawn Mendes — There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back
49 39 39 04 Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran & Future — End Game
50 61 50 02 6ix9ine — Kooda

51 56 51 17 Kodak Black feat. XXXTENTACION — Roll In Peace
52 54 45 15 LANCO — Greatest Love Story
53 52 46 14 Chris Brown feat. Yo Gotti, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie & Kodak Black — Pills And Automobiles
54 62 54 12 Brett Young — Like I Loved You
55 48 46 06 YBN Nahmir — Rubbin Off The Paint
56 55 53 12 Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso feat. Florida Georgia Line & Watt — Let Me Go
57 51 13 19 P!nk — What About Us
58 60 58 06 N*E*R*D & Rihanna — Lemon
59 66 59 10 MAX feat. gnash — Lights Down Low
60 63 58 14 Blake Shelton — I'll Name The Dogs

61 ** 61 01 Camila Cabello — Never Be The Same (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
62 59 59 08 Post Malone — Candy Paint
63 58 52 03 Kodak Black feat. Lil Wayne — Codeine Dreaming
64 64 64 08 Macklemore feat. Kesha — Good Old Days
65 57 57 16 Luke Bryan — Light It Up
66 67 66 09 Russell Dickerson — Yours
67 ** 67 01 Big Sean & Metro Boomin feat. Travis Scott — Go Legend
68 65 33 20 Luke Combs — When It Rains It Pours
69 70 68 12 Eric Church — Round Here Buzz
70 72 01 17 Taylor Swift — Look What You Made Me Do

71 69 47 20 Thomas Rhett — Unforgettable
72 ** 72 01 Trippie Redd feat. Travis Scott — Dark Knight Dummo
73 68 67 05 Lil Xan — Betrayed
74 77 63 12 Chris Young — Losing Sleep
75 75 47 04 Luis Fonsi & Demi Lovato — Echame La Culpa
76 73 73 05 Famous Dex feat. A$AP Rocky — Pick It Up
77 ** 77 01 Lil Baby — My Dawg
78 80 75 17 Maren Morris — I Could Use A Love Song
79 71 28 03 BTS feat. Desiigner — MIC Drop
80 RE 80 02 Big Sean & Metro Boomin feat. 21 Savage — Pull Up N Wreck

81 53 53 03 Demi Lovato — Tell Me You Love Me
82 ** 82 01 Migos & Marshmello — Danger
83 84 83 08 Walker Hayes — You Broke Up With Me
84 76 64 05 NAV feat. Lil Uzi Vert — Wanted You
85 78 44 14 Zayn feat. Sia — Dusk Till Dawn
86 ** 86 01 Eminem — Untouchable
87 83 74 08 Becky G feat. Bad Bunny — Mayores
88 82 41 16 XXXTentacion feat. Trippie Redd — F**k Love
89 88 88 04 Old Dominion — Written In The Sand
90 81 35 07 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin feat. Travis Scott — Ghostface Killers

91 89 66 08 Niall Horan — Too Much To Ask
92 97 92 02 Thomas Rhett — Marry Me
93 RE 93 02 YoungBoy Never Broke Again — No Smoke
94 86 86 04 Tank — When We
95 98 95 02 Scotty McCreery — Five More Minutes
96 93 93 02 Yo Gotti — Juice
97 91 91 04 Devin Dawson — All On Me
98 87 31 16 XXXTentacion — Jocelyn Flores
99 RE 98 02 Kelsea Ballerini — Legends
100 96 94 04 Calvin Harris feat. Kehlani & Lil Yachty — Faking It

OUT 49 08 50 Post Malone feat. Quavo – Congratulations
OUT 74 44 18 Tay-K – The Race
OUT 79 47 13 Kelly Clarkson – Love So Soft
OUT 85 85 02 Farruko, Nicki Minaj, Bad Bunny, 21 Savage & Rvssian – Krippy Kush
OUT 90 90 05 Chris Stapleton – Broken Halos
OUT 92 46 16 Kodak Black – Transportin'
OUT 94 71 07 Garth Brooks – Ask Me How I Know
OUT 95 95 01 Romeo Santos feat. Nicky Jam & Daddy Yankee – Bella y Sensual
OUT 99 99 01 Natti Natasha x Ozuna – Criminal
OUT 100 49 15 Lil Uzi Vert – Sauce It Up

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TW LW Artist – Song

01 07 WALK THE MOON — One Foot
02 11 Gwen Stefani feat. Blake Shelton — You Make It Feel Like Christmas
03 05 Easton Corbin — A Girl Like You
04 ** Chloe Kohanski — I Want To Know What Love Is
05 10 Aaron Watson — Outta Style
06 09 Lauv — I Like Me Better
07 16 Sam Smith — Palace
08 23 Sofi Tukker feat. NERVO, The Knocks & Alisa Ueno — Best Friend
09 08 Trippie Redd — Poles 1469
10 ** Quavo & Lil Yachty — Ice Tray
11 ** Sia — Santa's Coming For Us
12 ** Maluma X Nego do Borel — Corazon
13 ** Big Sean & Metro Boomin feat. Kash Doll — So Good
14 02 Rich The Kid feat. Kendrick Lamar — New Freezer
15 17 DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz Presentan: Bad Bunny, J Balvin & Prince Royce — Sensualidad
16 19 Brett Eldredge — The Long Way
17 ** Addison Agen — Both Sides Now
18 ** Camila Cabello — Real Friends
19 12 Yung Bleu — Miss It
20 15 Daniel Caesar feat. Kali Uchis — Get You
21 18 Trippie Redd — Love Scars
22 ** Layton Greene — Roll In Peace
23 ** Jacquees X Dej Loaf — At The Club
24 03 Jaden Smith — Icon
25 22 Jhene Aiko — While We're Young
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Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' Hits Hot 100's Top 10 for First Time, 'Perfect' Still No. 1
12/18/2017 by Gary Trust

Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" hits the Billboard Hot 100's top 10 at last, jingling from No. 11 (its prior peak) to No. 9 on the chart dated Dec. 23. The modern yuletide classic reaches the top 10 for the first time 23 years after its 1994 release.

Atop the Hot 100, Ed Sheeran and Beyoncé's "Perfect" reigns for a second week. Plus, Migos, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B's "MotorSport" accelerates 15-6 for its first week in the top 10 following the premiere of its official video.

Let's start with a blizzard of chart stats about Carey's "Christmas."

Streams, Sales & Plays: First, the numbers that result in "Christmas" (on Columbia/Legacy Records and co-written and co-produced by Carey and Walter Afanasieff) hitting the Hot 100's top 10. The song gains by 4 percent to 25.2 million U.S. streams in the week ending Dec. 14, according to Nielsen Music; dips 8 percent to 19,000 downloads sold in the same tracking span; and lifts 28 percent to 34 million in airplay audience in the week ending Dec. 17. Those totals place "Christmas" at No. 7 on the Streaming Songs chart, No. 13 on Digital Song Sales and No. 36 on Radio Songs.

Notably, streaming is the most prominent driver of the song, accounting for 70 percent of its chart points this week.

Carey's 28th Top 10: Carey collects her 28th Hot 100 top 10. "Christmas" is her first since "Obsessed" reached No. 7 in 2009. She tallied 19 top 10s in the 1990s and eight in the 2000s. (Of those, 18 hit No. 1, the most among soloists; only The Beatles have more, with 20.)

Carey ties Stevie Wonder for the fifth-most Hot 100 top 10s in the chart's history (which dates to its Aug. 4, 1958, inception):

Most Top 10 Hot 100 Hits
38, Madonna
34, The Beatles
31, Rihanna
29, Michael Jackson
28, Mariah Carey
28, Stevie Wonder
27, Janet Jackson
27, Elton John

Top 10s in the '90s, '00s & '10s: Carey joins an elite list of acts with Hot 100 top 10s in the '90s, '00s & '10s. Its previously-inducted members: Christina Aguilera, Dr. Dre, Whitney Houston, Enrique Iglesias, Michael Jackson, JAY-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Madonna, Snoop Dogg, Britney Spears and Usher. Two of those acts boast streaks dating even further back than the '90s: Jackson ('70s-'10s) and Madonna ('80s-'10s).

(As for Houston, she charted top 10s in the '80s, '90s and '00s and re-sent her 1992-93 No. 1 "I Will Always Love You" to No. 3 in 2012 following her passing that February. All the other acts above sent at least one song to the top 10 for the first time in each decade.)

'Christmas' in the Top 10: Perhaps surprisingly, Carey charts one of the few holiday top 10s in the Hot 100's history. "The Chipmunk Song" by The Chipmunks with David Seville led for four weeks beginning Dec. 22, 1958; Dan Fogelberg's "Same Old Lang Syne" reached No. 9 in February 1981 (after debuting in December 1980); and New Kids on the Block's "This One's for the Children" rose to No. 7 in 1990.

No other such song reached the top 10 until Kenny G's "Auld Lang Syne" (No. 7, Jan. 8, 2000). Between that New Year's Eve anthem and Carey's "Christmas," Justin Bieber came closest to the top 10 with "Mistletoe," which hit No. 11 (Jan. 5, 2011).

Carey's hit is, thus, the first Hot 100 top 10 with the word "Christmas" in its title.

Notably, for several years in the Hot 100's history (1963-72; 1983-85, barring occasional exceptions), holiday songs were not eligible to chart, instead appearing on separate holiday rankings. Other classics fell just shy of the Hot 100's top 10, including The Harry Simeone Chorale's "Little Drummer Boy" (No. 13, 1958); Bing Crosby's "White Christmas" (No. 12, 1962, after it was originally released in 1942); Brenda Lee's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" (No. 14, 1960); Roy Orbison's "Pretty Paper" (No. 15, 1964); Eagles' "Please Come Home for Christmas" (No. 18, 1979); Band-Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas?" (No. 13, 1985); and Aguilera's "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)" (No. 18, 2000).

(Honorable mention to Adam Sandler's "The Chanukah Song," the only holiday top 10 ever on the Radio Songs chart, which began in 1990. The track hit No. 10 on the tally in the 1995-96 season.)

As for the Chart History of Carey's 'Christmas': So, what are the details behind a song from 1994 just hitting the Hot 100's top 10 now, for the first time?

Upon its initial release, on Carey's album Merry Christmas (released on Nov. 1, 1994; coincidentally, that marked the 100th anniversary of the first Billboard magazine, dated Nov. 1 1894), the song was not a commercially available single and, per rules at the time, was ineligible to chart on the Hot 100; it did reach No. 12 on the Radio Songs chart that season. In December 1998, album cuts became eligible for the Hot 100 and "Christmas" dented the chart for the first time on Jan. 8, 2000, spending a week at No. 83.

Beginning in 2012, and coinciding with the addition of streaming to the Hot 100's formula, the song has hit the Hot 100 annually, as, per current rules, older songs are eligible to debut or return if ranking in the top 50 and are gaining in multiple metrics with a significant reason for their resurgences. In the 2015-16 holiday season, "Christmas" hit a prior No. 11 Hot 100 high, which it matched last week before hitting the top 10 at last this week. Again, with streaming contributing 70 percent of the song's Hot 100 chart points this week, the metric has clearly helped the track reach the top 10 at last.

Meanwhile, "Christmas" is believed to be the first song to have taken as many as 23 years from its recording to reach the Hot 100's top 10.

An Even Merrier 'Christmas': That two-decade-plus journey to the Hot 100's top 10 for Carey's "Christmas" has been aided by various offshoots of the song in recent years, including this year. The animated movie All I Want for Christmas Is You was released Nov. 14, four days after the arrival of its soundtrack, which includes the title song. The movie is based on a 2015 children's book of the same name, inspired by the song.

A year earlier, in December 2014, Carey's All I Want for Christmas Is You, a Night of Joy and Festivity, an annual residency at New York's Beacon Theatre, began and she's continued it each holiday season since; this year, the show expanded to include dates in Paris; Manchester, England; and Las Vegas.

Even before this decade, "Christmas" benefited from adult contemporary radio's expansion to 24/7 yuletide music on many stations throughout the holiday season, a strategy that began around the early 2000s.

Holiday 100 Chart Queen: Beyond its new Hot 100 honor, Carey's "Christmas" crowns the Holiday 100 chart, which ranks seasonal songs of all eras (using the same measurement metrics as the Hot 100), for a 29th week. No other song has led for more than two frames since the list's 2011 launch.

Of course, there are nine other songs in the Hot 100's top 10 this week, including one that completes a much shorter trip to the tier than Carey's …

Sheeran and Beyoncé's "Perfect" (on Atlantic Records) tops the Hot 100 for a second week. First released as a solo song by Sheeran on his album ÷ (Divide), which debuted atop the Billboard 200 dated March 25, the new duet version was released Nov. 30. In its second full tracking week, it sold 98,000 downloads (down 46 percent), as it spends a third week at No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart.

"Perfect" pushes 3-2 on Radio Songs (117 million in audience, up 13 percent, good for the Hot 100's top gain in airplay) and bullets at No. 3 on Streaming Songs (39.7 million U.S. streams, up 14 percent).

The rest of the Hot 100's top five likewise remains in place, with Post Malone's "Rockstar," featuring 21 Savage, at No. 2 for a second week after eight weeks at No. 1. It tops Streaming Songs for a 12th week (43.9 million, down 12 percent) and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts for a 10th week each.

Camila Cabello's "Havana," featuring Young Thug, holds at No. 3 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 2, and tops Radio Songs for a second frame (132 million, up 5 percent); Lil Pump's "Gucci Gang" keeps at No. 4 after hitting No. 3; and Imagine Dragons' "Thunder" is steady at No. 5 after climbing to No. 4, while leading Hot Rock Songs for a seventh week.

Migos, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B's "MotorSport" wheels 15-6 on the Hot 100 for its first week in the top 10, following the Dec. 7 arrival of its official video. The track charges 9-5 on Streaming Songs (31.7 million, up 40 percent) and 43-25 on Digital Song Sales (15,000, up 44 percent), as it post the Hot 100's top gains in streaming and sales, and rises 37-34 on Radio Songs (35 million, up 10 percent).

Migos earn their second Hot 100 top 10, following "Bad and Boujee" (featuring Lil Uzi Vert), which led for three weeks beginning Jan. 21; Minaj tallies her 15th Hot 100 top 10, extending her record for the most among female rappers; and Cardi B becomes the first female rapper to send her first three Hot 100 entries to the top 10, following her own "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)," which spent three weeks at No. 1 in October, and G-Eazy's "No Limit," on which she's featured with A$AP Rocky. The latter track dips to No. 10 from its No. 7 high.

Above Carey's "Christmas" and G-Eazy's "Limit," Sam Smith's No. 4-peaking "Too Good at Goodbyes" slips 6-7 and Halsey's "Bad at Love" holds at its No. 8 Hot 100 peak to date.

Billboard Chart & Magazine Dates Now to Align Closer to Release Week
Beginning with the first charts and magazine issue of 2018, Billboard announces a shift in the way that both will be dated.

As of the first magazine published in 2018, issues and all charts within will be dated to the Saturday of the week that that the magazine is shipped. Currently, Billboard issues are dated to the Saturday in the week following shipment.

For Billboard.com, the adjustment will result in charts being dated to the Saturday following their posting, or four days after the Tuesday refresh of all rankings on the website. Currently, charts are dated 11 days after first posting online (or, to the second Saturday after charts post).

The first Billboard issue of 2018 will be dated Saturday, Jan. 6; since Monday, Jan. 1, is a holiday, its corresponding charts will post online a day later than usual, on that Wednesday, Jan. 3. From there, in all non-holiday weeks, charts will post each Tuesday and be dated to the Saturday four days later.

As an example, the issue dated Jan. 27 will arrive four days after its corresponding charts (also dated Jan. 27) post online Jan. 23. (That issue will arrive on newsstands Friday, Jan. 26.)

As for data tracking weeks for Billboard's charts, the Billboard Hot 100, for example, dated Jan. 27 will cover streaming and sales data from Friday, Jan. 12, through Thursday, Jan. 18, and radio airplay data from Monday, Jan. 15 through Sunday, Jan. 21 (as airplay follows a different tracking week than sales and streaming). The Billboard 200 albums chart dated Jan. 27 will encompass sales and streaming data for the Jan. 12 through Jan. 18 tracking week.

To arrive at this adjustment, Billboard charts set to post online Wednesday, Dec. 27 (following a holiday week release schedule) will be dated Wednesday, Jan. 3, one of the rare times that a Billboard chart date will not correspond to a Saturday. There is no printed issue of Billboard that week.

Below is a release/date schedule outlining this migration:

Chart date: Saturday, Dec. 30
Billboard.com charts posting date: Tuesday, Dec. 19
Billboard issue date: Saturday, Dec. 30 (Year-End No. 1s/double issue)

Chart date: Wednesday, Jan. 3
Billboard.com charts posting date: Wednesday, Dec. 27 (holiday schedule)
Billboard issue date: No Issue

Chart date: Saturday, Jan. 6
Billboard.com charts posting date: Wednesday, Jan. 3 (holiday schedule)
Billboard issue date: Saturday, Jan. 6
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So the tracking week changes are that there are none, but just a change in the physical publication release? Lame.
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12 13 12 05 6ix9ine — Gummo

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Cardi B getting top 10 with her first 3 chart entries, when will the others
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wonder if new rules can go top 10 next week, since it has finally exploded on airplay
it's a pity it took so long for radios to pick it up, could have been a #1 if well synchronized
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QUOTE(CodySleighBell-y @ Dec 21 2017, 01:58 AM) *
So the tracking week changes are that there are none, but just a change in the physical publication release? Lame.
You're right, I worded the subtitle wrong. It was past my bedtime. At least the chart date won't be eons after the tracking week now, it's about time!
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agree, about time, it didn't make any sense
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Dua climbing to #14!!
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Some great info there for the positions of xmas tracks - Eveb Band Aid and Brenda Lee didn't go top 10!
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I hope there is more dance in the Hot 100 next year, after the success of Kendrick Lamar - Humble (Skrillex Remix) and BTS - Mic Drop (Steve Aoki Remix), maybe EDM trap will undergo a chart revival.

Hopefully Marshmello's next hit will be a bit more dancey too.

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