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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending December 29, 2018 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 12/14–12/20, airplay — 12/17–12/23


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 01 01 07 Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next (AIRPLAY GAINER)
02 02 02 11 Halsey – Without Me
03 03 01 20 Travis Scott – Sicko Mode
04 07 04 09 Post Malone & Swae Lee – Sunflower (DIGITAL/STREAMING GAINER)
05 04 03 18 Marshmello & Bastille – Happier
06 05 05 20 Panic! At The Disco – High Hopes
07 06 06 29 Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas Is You
08 09 02 10 Kodak Black feat. Travis Scott & Offset – ZEZE
09 08 04 14 Lil Baby & Gunna – Drip Too Hard
10 13 10 09 Andy Williams – It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

11 18 11 26 Brenda Lee – Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
12 21 12 09 Burl Ives – A Holly Jolly Christmas
13 15 13 24 Bobby Helms – Jingle Bell Rock
14 11 11 14 Gucci Mane X Bruno Mars X Kodak Black – Wake Up In The Sky
15 10 01 30 Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B – Girls Like You
16 12 06 17 Sheck Wes – Mo Bamba
17 24 17 16 Nat King Cole – The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)
18 16 16 23 Benny Blanco, Halsey & Khalid – Eastside
19 14 12 18 Ariana Grande – Breathin
20 22 07 29 5 Seconds Of Summer – Youngblood

21 20 03 34 Post Malone – Better Now
22 17 06 03 Meek Mill feat. Drake – Going Bad
23 19 02 32 Juice WRLD – Lucid Dreams
24 ** 24 01 Ariana Grande – Imagine (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
25 25 11 12 DJ Snake feat. Selena Gomez, Ozuna & Cardi B – Taki Taki
26 26 05 10 Bad Bunny feat. Drake – MIA
27 31 27 08 Wham! – Last Christmas
28 27 27 03 Gene Autry – Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
29 23 11 20 Ella Mai – Trip
30 29 13 09 Cardi B – Money

31 28 27 14 Flipp Dinero – Leave Me Alone
32 32 32 03 Dean Martin – Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
33 41 33 02 The Ronettes – Sleigh Ride
34 42 34 04 Jose Feliciano – Feliz Navidad
35 40 35 02 Gene Autry – Here Comes Santa Claus (Down Santa Claus Lane)
36 34 33 15 Dan + Shay – Speechless
37 30 09 44 Khalid & Normani – Love Lies
38 36 30 20 Bazzi feat. Camila Cabello – Beautiful
39 35 29 14 Khalid – Better
40 38 01 37 Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin – I Like It

41 ** 41 01 Perry Como – (There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays
42 ** 42 01 Perry Como & The Fontane Sisters – It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

43 43 13 22 Imagine Dragons – Natural
44 39 05 12 Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – Shallow
45 ** 45 01 John & Yoko/The Plastic Ono Band With The Harlem Community Choir – Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
46 53 46 03 Kodak Black – Calling My Spirit
47 ** 47 01 Paul McCartney – Wonderful Christmastime
48 RE 12 14 Bing Crosby – White Christmas
49 44 07 12 Lil Wayne – Uproar
50 ** 50 01 Darlene Love – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

51 47 34 19 Luke Combs – She Got The Best Of Me
52 33 16 06 XXXTENTACION – BAD!
53 49 31 18 Meek Mill feat. Jeremih & PnB Rock – Dangerous
54 54 53 19 Mitchell Tenpenny – Drunk Me
55 52 46 14 Jimmie Allen – Best Shot
56 80 56 03 Mark Ronson feat. Miley Cyrus – Nothing Breaks Like A Heart
57 59 57 05 Ellie Goulding X Diplo feat. Swae Lee – Close To Me

58 ** 58 01 Kodak Black feat. Juice WRLD – MoshPit
59 58 44 23 Lauren Daigle – You Say
60 67 44 06 Juice WRLD – Armed And Dangerous

61 74 61 08 Tory Lanez & Rich The Kid – Talk To Me
62 57 28 08 XXXTENTACION x Lil Pump feat. Maluma & Swae Lee – Arms Around You
63 63 63 08 Dean Lewis – Be Alright
64 66 64 10 Pardison Fontaine feat. Cardi B – Backin' It Up
65 73 65 09 Dierks Bentley feat. Brothers Osborne – Burning Man
66 71 66 10 The Chainsmokers feat. Kelsea Ballerini – This Feeling
67 76 67 06 Thomas Rhett – Sixteen
68 ** 68 01 Katy Perry – Cozy Little Christmas
69 72 69 07 Camila Cabello – Consequences
70 55 46 03 Lil Baby – Pure Cocaine

71 77 71 04 Jason Aldean – Girl Like You
72 81 72 06 Dustin Lynch – Good Girl
73 85 47 13 French Montana feat. Drake – No Stylist
74 ** 74 01 Kodak Black – Testimony
75 83 75 04 Jacquees – You
76 60 44 04 6ix9ine feat. Tory Lanez – KIKA
77 69 52 09 Billie Eilish – When The Party's Over
78 87 78 05 Kip Moore – Last Shot
79 37 37 02 XXXTENTACION – whoa (mind in awe)
80 93 79 07 Anuel AA & Romeo Santos – Ella Quiere Beber

81 97 58 06 Luke Combs – Beautiful Crazy
82 89 26 09 Future & Juice WRLD – Fine China
83 56 48 13 Shawn Mendes X Zedd – Lost In Japan
84 96 84 02 Scotty McCreery – This Is It
85 88 56 17 Lil' Duval feat. Snoop Dogg & Ball Greezy – Smile (Living My Best Life)
86 90 28 11 Lil Baby – Close Friends
87 ** 87 01 Ava Max – Sweet But Psycho
88 ** 88 01 Kodak Black feat. Lil Pump – Gnarly

89 RE 78 08 Billie Eilish & Khalid – Lovely
90 ** 90 01 Lauren Daigle – The Christmas Song

91 ** 91 01 Calboy – Envy Me

92 100 25 10 Travis Scott – Yosemite
93 RE 93 06 Silk City x Dua Lipa – Electricity
94 94 60 03 Nicki Minaj feat. Lil Wayne – Good Form
95 RE 95 03 Chris Stapleton – Millionaire
96 95 95 02 A Boogie Wit da Hoodie – Look Back At It
97 86 54 03 Meek Mill feat. Ella Mai – 24/7
98 79 39 03 Meek Mill feat. Fabolous & Anuel AA – Uptown Vibes
99 98 63 03 Ski Mask The Slump God feat. Juice WRLD – Nuketown
100 75 43 04 6ix9ine feat. Nicki Minaj & Kanye West – MAMA

OUT 45 29 22 lovelytheband – Broken
OUT 46 08 29 Tyga feat. Offset – Taste
OUT 48 48 01 XXXTENTACION – Guardian Angel
OUT 50 08 22 Ariana Grande – God Is A Woman
OUT 51 51 01 XXXTENTACION – I Don't Let Go
OUT 61 20 02 Meek Mill feat. Rick Ross & JAY-Z – What's Free
OUT 62 62 01 XXXTENTACION feat. Kanye West & Travis Barker – One Minute
OUT 64 64 01 XXXTENTACION – Train Food
OUT 65 65 01 XXXTENTACION – What Are You So Afraid Of
OUT 68 68 01 XXXTENTACION – Staring At The Sky
OUT 70 48 20 NF – Lie
OUT 78 51 03 6ix9ine feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie – WAKA
OUT 82 30 02 Meek Mill feat. Cardi B – On Me
OUT 84 84 01 XXXTENTACION – Difference (Interlude)
OUT 91 53 03 6ix9ine feat. Lil Baby – TIC TOC
OUT 92 56 20 Yella Beezy – That's On Me
OUT 99 63 06 Tyga & Nicki Minaj – Dip

Bubbling Under

TW LW Artist – Song

01 ** Kodak Black – Identity Theft
02 04 Jordan Davis – Take It From Me
03 07 Luke Bryan – What Makes You Country
04 01 John Legend feat. Stevie Wonder – What Christmas Means To Me
05 ** Bad Bunny – Solo de Mi
06 03 benny blanco & Juice WRLD feat. Brendon Urie – Roses
07 10 Jake Owen – Down To The Honkytonk
08 06 Billie Eilish – idontwannabeyouanymore
09 14 YNW Melly – Murder On My Mind
10 16 Zara Larsson – Ruin My Life
11 12 Midland – Burn Out
12 ** Rich The Kid – Splashin
13 15 Lukas Graham – Love Someone
14 ** A Boogie Wit da Hoodie feat. Offset & Tyga – Startender
15 22 Loud Luxury feat. Brando – Body
16 ** Teyana Taylor – Gonna Love Me
17 20 DaniLeigh – Lil Bebe
18 09 Brett Young – Here Tonight
19 08 Billie Eilish – bellyache
20 ** Kodak Black – This Forever
21 21 Amine – Reel It In
22 19 Summer Walker – Girls Need Love
23 23 Lil Baby – Freestyle
24 ** Old Dominion – Make It Sweet
25 25 Riley Green – There Was This Girl
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Ariana Grande Tops Billboard Hot 100 for Sixth Week, Andy Williams Makes 'Wonderful' Record Return to Top 10
12/24/2018 by Gary Trust

Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" rules the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Dec. 29) for a sixth week.

Meanwhile, late legend Andy Williams returns to the Hot 100's top 10 after a record-breaking 47 years, eight months and three weeks, as "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" rises from No. 13 to No. 10, becoming the his first top 10 since 1971. Williams recorded the classic holiday song, which reaches the Hot 100's top 10 for the first time, in 1963.

Ariana Grande's "Next," released on Republic Records, and which debuted atop the Nov. 17-dated Hot 100, becoming her first No. 1 on the chart, notches a seventh week atop the Streaming Songs tally, with 43.5 million U.S. streams, down 14 percent, in the week ending Dec. 20, according to Nielsen Music. (It drew 93.8 million clicks in the week ending Dec. 6, the largest streaming week for a song by a woman, following the Nov. 30 premiere of its official video.) It dips 2-4 on the Digital Song Sales chart (which it led for two weeks), down 8 percent to 23,000 downloads sold in the week ending Dec. 20. On Radio Songs, it holds at No. 5 with 86.4 million audience impressions, up 12 percent, in the week ending Dec. 23, good for the Hot 100's top Airplay Gainer award for a fourth consecutive week.

Halsey's "Without Me" spends a second week at its No. 2 Hot 100 high. It leads Digital Song Sales for a fifth week (37,000, essentially even week-over-week); repeats at No. 4 on Radio Songs (88.3 million, up 7 percent); and drops 3-8 on Streaming Songs (31.9 million, down 1 percent).

The gap narrows between the Hot 100's top two titles, as "Next" decreases by 7 percent in overall activity and "Without Me" gains by 2 percent.

Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode," which led the Dec. 8-dated Hot 100, keeps at No. 3, while topping the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts for a ninth week each.

Post Malone and Swae Lee's "Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)" reaches the Hot 100's top five, surging 7-4, after the film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse premiered in theaters Dec. 14 and scored a box office-topping first weekend. Meanwhile, the song's parent soundtrack debuts at No. 5 on the Billboard 200. "Sunflower" sprouts 6-3 on Digital Song Sales (28,000, up 69 percent); 13-4 on Streaming Songs (34.1 million, up 42 percent); and 15-14 on Radio Songs (46.4 million, up 2 percent), as it snares top Sales and Streaming Gainer honors.

Post Malone adds his fourth top five Hot 100 hit and Swae Lee adds his second (following his featured turn on French Montana's No. 3-peaking "Unforgettable" in summer 2017); plus, as half of Rae Sremmurd, Swae Lee spent seven weeks at No. 1 in 2016-17 with the duo's "Black Beatles," featuring Gucci Mane.

Marshmello and Bastille's "Happier" dips 4-5 on the Hot 100 after reaching its No. 3 peak, as it tops Hot Dance/Electronic Songs for a 14th week,

and Panic! at the Disco's "High Hopes" likewise slips a spot, to No. 6 from its No. 5 Hot 100 peak. "Hopes" rules Hot Rock Songs for an eighth week and Radio Songs for a fifth frame (125.5 million, down 1 percent).

Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" backtracks to No. 7 on the Hot 100 after reaching a new No. 6 peak a week ago, becoming the highest-charting holiday season-themed hit in 60 years. It remains at No. 1 on the Holiday 100 (for a 34th week of the chart's 39 weeks of existence, since its 2011 launch) and hits a new high on Streaming Songs (6-3; 34.7 million, up 24 percent). Despite its one-position drop on the Hot 100, "Christmas" gains by 21 percent in overall activity, the second-greatest increase in the top 10, after "Sunflower" (up 35 percent).

Kodak Black's No. 2-peaking "ZEZE," featuring Travis Scott and Offset, lifts 9-8 on the Hot 100, as parent album Dying to Live launches as Black's first Billboard 200 No. 1.

"ZEZE" swaps spots with Lil Baby and Gunna's "Drip Too Hard" (8-9), which reached No. 4.

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Andy Williams' "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year," recorded and first released in 1963, dashes 13-10, reaching the top 10 at last. It rises 8-7 on Streaming Songs (33.3 million, up 6 percent) and 50-46 on Radio Songs (26.4 million, up 5 percent), while sporting 4,000 sold (down 6 percent).
Here's a look at some of the most notable achievements for Williams and the classic carol.

Longest break between Hot 100 top 10s: Williams, who died in 2012 at age 84, adds a fourth top 10 to his Hot 100 history and first since April 1971, when "(Where Do I Begin) Love Story" reached No. 9.

Ending a record gap of 47 years, eight months and three weeks, Williams blasts past the mark for the longest wait between time in the Hot 100's top 10, previously held by the late Dobie Gray, who went 30 years, two months and a week between his own "Drift Away" in 1973 and Uncle Kracker's remake of the song, featuring Gray, in 2003.

Among acts as lead artists on both bookending hits, Williams passes Paul McCartney, who spanned 29 years and two weeks between "Spies Like Us" in 1986 and "FourFiveSeconds," with Rihanna and Kanye West, in 2015.

Longest span of Hot 100 top 10s: Williams expands his span of top 10 Hot 100 hits to a record 59 years, two months and two weeks. He first appeared in the top 10 on the chart dated Oct. 12, 1959, with "Lonely Street," just over a year after the Hot 100's Aug. 4, 1958, inception. (He has now tallied top 10s in the 1950s, '60s, '70s and 2010s).

Williams bests McCartney, whose solo top 10s span 44 years and two weeks, from "Another Day"/"Oh Woman Oh Why" in 1971 to "FourFiveSeconds" in 2015. (And that's not including McCartney's iconic hits with The Beatles, who first appeared in the top 10 on Jan. 25, 1964, with "I Want to Hold Your Hand.")

From Anka & Avalon to Ari: Looking back at Williams' first week in the Hot 100's top 10 (also at No. 10), on Oct. 12, 1959, Bobby Darin's classic "Mack the Knife" led the list. Williams' latest week in the region finds him back at the same rank looking up at Grande's "Thank U, Next." "Mack" became the 20th No. 1 in the Hot 100's history; "Next" is the 1,079th.

To compare, the artists currently in the top 10 with Williams: Grande, Halsey, Scott, Marshmello, Bastille, Post Malone, Swae Lee, Panic! at the Disco, Carey, Kodak Black, Offset, Lil Baby and Gunna.

And, the artists in the top 10 with Williams in his first week in the top 10: Darin, Paul Anka, The Fleetwoods, Santo & Johnny, The Everly Brothers, Sandy Nelson, The Coasters, The Browns and Frankie Avalon.

Below "Mack the Knife" on Oct. 12, 1959, Anka ranked at No. 2 with "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" and The Fleetwoods held No. 3 with "Mr. Blue."

Sixth holiday top 10 on the Hot 100: Williams' "Wonderful" becomes only the sixth yuletide hit ever to reach the Hot 100's top 10, and the second in a year after Carey's "Christmas" (which first reached the region last holiday season), with the advent of streaming helping both songs.

Highest-Charting Holiday Songs in the Hot 100's History
No. 1 peak, four weeks, beginning Dec. 22, 1958, "The Chipmunk Song," by David Seville & The Chipmunks
No. 6, Dec. 22, 2018, "All I Want for Christmas Is You," Mariah Carey
No. 7, Jan. 8, 2000, "Auld Lang Syne," Kenny G
No. 7, Jan. 6, 1990, "This One's for the Children," New Kids on the Block&
No. 9, Feb. 21, 1981, "Same Old Lang Syne," Dan Fogelberg
No. 10, Dec. 29, 2018, "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year," Andy Williams

"Wonderful" first appeared on the Hot 100 just two holiday seasons ago (Jan. 7, 2017). As for holiday songs and their eligibility, or lack thereof, for the Hot 100 over the years, chart historian Joel Whitburn notes in his book Christmas in the Charts: "From 1963 through 1972, and from 1983 through 1985 [with minimal exceptions], Billboard published a seasonal Christmas Singles chart and did not chart Christmas singles on the Hot 100." Per current Hot 100 rules, in place in recent years, older songs, including seasonal titles, can rank in the top 50 if experiencing significant multi-metric gains, and multiple holiday standards re-enter or debut each season.

The Skipper, too: "Wonderful" was written by Edward Pola and George Wyle, the latter of whom also co-wrote the theme song to the classic '60s sitcom Gilligan's Island, "The Ballad of Gilligan's Island." He co-penned the latter with Sherwood Schwartz, who created Gilligan's Island and fellow beloved sitcom The Brady Bunch (and co-wrote the Brady theme, with Frank De Vol.)
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crazy to see all those Xmas oldies
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Ava Max finally showing up - expecting this will eventually blow up to be as big as it was in the UK, the US just being a bit behind as they have occasionally been.

Andy Williams making the top 10 *_* Nice to see the two ex-Beatles Christmas songs and Darlene Love finally making appearances on the Hot 100 alongside all the old standards. Massive clearout coming on here once all the Xmas tracks leave!
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Interesting to see the different Xmas songs in the US with the old classics from Williams, Gene Auty, Nat and co doing well in comparison to the pop The the uk seems to love. Don't really get the determination to have a seperate chart for holiday hits - if they are popular they should be reflected in the main chart. Strange not to see White Christmas here though.

And how did Auld Langs Syne chart in Feb 1981??
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