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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending December 21, 2019 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming 12/612/12, airplay 12/912/15


TW LW PP WC Artist Song

01 03 01 35 Mariah Carey ‒ All I Want For Christmas Is You (DIGITAL GAINER)
02 02 01 15 Post Malone ‒ Circles
03 08 03 30 Brenda Lee ‒ Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
04 04 01 31 Lewis Capaldi ‒ Someone You Loved
05 06 03 16 Lizzo ‒ Good As Hell
06 07 05 06 Arizona Zervas ‒ Roxanne
07 05 04 12 Maroon 5 ‒ Memories
08 RE 02 47 Juice WRLD ‒ Lucid Dreams
09 13 09 10 Tones And I ‒ Dance Monkey
10 18 10 13 Burl Ives ‒ A Holly Jolly Christmas

11 12 11 11 DaBaby ‒ BOP
12 40 10 10 Juice WRLD & YoungBoy Never Broke Again ‒ Bandit (STREAMING GAINER)
13 09 01 08 Selena Gomez ‒ Lose You To Love Me
14 10 04 10 Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber ‒ 10,000 Hours
15 23 08 28 Bobby Helms ‒ Jingle Bell Rock
16 15 01 25 Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello ‒ Senorita
17 01 01 03 The Weeknd ‒ Heartless (AIRPLAY GAINER)
18 16 16 21 Mustard feat. Roddy Ricch ‒ Ballin'
19 14 05 27 Chris Brown feat. Drake ‒ No Guidance
20 24 10 13 Andy Williams ‒ It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

21 21 01 37 Billie Eilish ‒ Bad Guy
22 17 05 25 Lil Nas X ‒ Panini
23 22 01 32 Lizzo ‒ Truth Hurts
24 28 20 06 Dean Martin ‒ Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
25 20 01 10 Travis Scott ‒ HIGHEST IN THE ROOM
26 27 25 12 Wham! ‒ Last Christmas
27 19 13 28 SHAED ‒ Trampoline
28 29 16 05 Lil Baby ‒ Woah
29 RE 29 03 Juice WRLD ‒ Legends
30 25 08 05 Billie Eilish ‒ everything i wanted

31 37 04 28 Lil Tecca ‒ Ran$om
32 33 11 19 Nat King Cole ‒ The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)
33 26 11 17 Young Thug feat. Gunna ‒ Hot
34 39 29 07 Jose Feliciano ‒ Feliz Navidad
35 ** 35 01 Harry Styles ‒ Adore You (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
36 41 36 04 Trevor Daniel ‒ Falling
37 43 26 05 The Ronettes ‒ Sleigh Ride
38 44 16 06 Gene Autry ‒ Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
39 31 01 41 Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus ‒ Old Town Road
40 32 10 17 Taylor Swift ‒ Lover

41 30 20 16 Old Dominion ‒ One Man Band
42 42 30 06 Dua Lipa ‒ Don't Start Now
43 47 43 02 Andy Williams ‒ Happy Holiday / The Holiday Season
44 34 18 26 Jonas Brothers ‒ Only Human
45 35 22 18 Wale feat. Jeremih ‒ On Chill
46 38 11 15 Luke Combs ‒ Even Though I'm Leaving
47 ** 47 01 Roddy Ricch ‒ The Box
48 45 34 13 Halsey ‒ Graveyard
49 RE 27 19 Juice WRLD ‒ Robbery
50 36 13 24 Ed Sheeran feat. Khalid ‒ Beautiful People

51 53 41 13 blackbear ‒ Hot Girl Bummer
52 11 11 02 The Weeknd ‒ Blinding Lights
53 52 16 15 Summer Walker ‒ Playing Games
54 57 48 12 Maren Morris ‒ The Bones
55 46 46 03 Idina Menzel & AURORA ‒ Into The Unknown
56 55 36 15 Chris Brown feat. Gunna ‒ Heat
57 56 47 07 Doja Cat & Tyga ‒ Juicy
58 RE 58 04 Roddy Ricch & Gunna ‒ Start Wit Me
59 ** 59 01 Taylor Swift ‒ Christmas Tree Farm
60 89 56 18 Ellie Goulding & Juice WRLD ‒ Hate Me

61 72 61 02 Jonas Brothers ‒ Like It's Christmas
62 61 21 11 DaBaby ‒ VIBEZ
63 62 53 13 Thomas Rhett ‒ Remember You Young
64 64 59 04 Trippie Redd feat. DaBaby ‒ Death
65 59 54 05 Rod Wave ‒ Heart On Ice
66 73 37 13 NLE Choppa ‒ Camelot
67 60 08 14 Post Malone feat. Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott ‒ Take What You Want
68 69 68 06 Dustin Lynch ‒ Ridin' Roads
69 65 60 10 Layton Greene, Lil Baby, City Girls & PnB Rock ‒ Leave Em Alone
70 67 47 16 Lady Antebellum ‒ What If I Never Get Over You

71 71 67 11 Jon Pardi ‒ Heartache Medication
72 ** 72 01 Roddy Ricch feat. Meek Mill ‒ Peta
73 83 73 02 Roddy Ricch feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie ‒ Tip Toe
74 86 64 03 YNW Melly ‒ Suicidal
75 63 33 03 Bad Bunny ‒ Vete
76 68 68 02 Don Toliver ‒ No Idea
77 77 62 09 Sam Hunt ‒ Kinfolks
78 80 60 03 Trippie Redd feat. Juice WRLD & YNW Melly ‒ 6 Kiss
79 75 36 19 Matt Stell ‒ Prayed For You
80 74 34 14 YNW Melly & 9lokknine ‒ 223's

81 87 69 10 Joji ‒ Slow Dancing In The Dark
82 ** 82 01 Camila Cabello feat. DaBaby ‒ My Oh My
83 76 16 14 Post Malone feat. DaBaby ‒ Enemies
84 78 59 18 DaBaby feat. Offset ‒ Baby Sitter
85 ** 85 01 XXXTENTACION feat. PnB Rock & Trippie Redd ‒ Bad Vibes Forever
86 94 86 03 Doja Cat ‒ Candy
87 RE 41 04 Juice WRLD ‒ Empty
88 81 78 04 Jason Aldean ‒ We Back
89 90 88 06 DaniLeigh feat. Chris Brown ‒ Easy
90 88 88 04 Kane Brown ‒ Homesick

91 85 63 09 Niall Horan ‒ Nice To Meet Ya
92 RE 60 03 Harry Styles ‒ Watermelon Sugar

93 70 70 03 Idina Menzel & Evan Rachel Wood ‒ Show Yourself
94 66 65 15 Keith Urban ‒ We Were
95 84 81 05 Ant Saunders ‒ Yellow Hearts
96 98 96 03 The Black Eyed Peas X J Balvin ‒ RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)
97 ** 97 01 Fat Joe & Dre feat. Eminem & Mary J. Blige ‒ Lord Above
98 ** 98 01 Roddy Ricch ‒ Big Stepper

99 92 92 03 Rod Wave & Kevin Gates ‒ Cuban Links
100 ** 100 01 Russ & BIA ‒ BEST ON EARTH

OUT 48 28 04 Gene Autry ‒ Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)
OUT 49 03 43 Khalid ‒ Talk
OUT 50 02 30 Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber ‒ I Don't Care
OUT 51 21 20 Lil Baby & DaBaby ‒ Baby
OUT 54 24 20 Sam Smith ‒ How Do You Sleep?
OUT 58 41 20 NF ‒ Time
OUT 79 46 07 Billie Eilish ‒ All The Good Girls Go To Hell
OUT 82 58 02 Trippie Redd ‒ Who Needs Love
OUT 91 07 06 Kanye West ‒ Follow God
OUT 93 56 14 Lil Tjay ‒ F.N
OUT 95 78 03 Karol G & Nicki Minaj ‒ Tusa
OUT 96 57 08 YoungBoy Never Broke Again ‒ Make No Sense
OUT 97 44 04 Tory Lanez & T-Pain ‒ Jerry Sprunger
OUT 99 98 02 Panic! At The Disco ‒ Into The Unknown
OUT 100 84 08 J Balvin & Bad Bunny ‒ La Cancion

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TW LW Artist Song

01 ** XXXTENTACION ‒ Ex Bitch
02 02 H.E.R. feat. YG ‒ Slide
03 04 John Legend ‒ Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
04 03 Gabby Barrett ‒ I Hope
05 ** Roddy Ricch ‒ Intro
06 ** NF ‒ Paid My Dues
07 ** Roddy Ricch ‒ Perfect Time
08 ** Juice WRLD ‒ Let Me Know (I Wonder Why Freestyle)
09 07 Jimmie Allen ‒ Make Me Want To
10 ** Roddy Ricch feat. Mustard ‒ High Fashion
11 ** Roddy Ricch ‒ Boom Boom Room
12 06 Ingrid Andress ‒ More Hearts Than Mine
13 14 JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels ‒ If The World Was Ending
14 ** Noah Cyrus feat. Leon Bridges ‒ July
15 10 Kaash Paige ‒ Love Songs
16 08 Riley Green ‒ I Wish Grandpas Never Died
17 ** Halsey ‒ Finally // beautiful Stranger
18 RE benny blanco & Juice WRLD ‒ Graduation
19 ** Roddy Ricch ‒ Gods Eyes
20 ** Roddy Ricch feat. Lil Durk ‒ Moonwalkin
21 23 5 Seconds Of Summer ‒ Teeth
22 24 Daddy Yankee ‒ Que Tire Pa Lante
23 ** Tyga ‒ Ayy Macarena
24 17 Garth Brooks & Blake Shelton ‒ Dive Bar
25 18 Jordan Davis ‒ Slow Dance In A Parking Lot
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Wish Come True: Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' Hits No. 1 on Hot 100 After 25-Year Wait
12/16/2019 by Gary Trust

Completing a journey 25 years in the making, Mariah Carey's 1994 carol "All I Want for Christmas Is You" crowns the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time, jingling 3-1 on the chart dated Dec. 21, 2019.

Originally released in 1994 on Carey's album Merry Christmas, the modern classic reached the Hot 100's top 10 at last in December 2017 and rose to its prior No. 3 high last holiday season (and matched the rank last week).

Let's unwrap the many highlights of the Hot 100's new No. 1. The song, on Columbia/Legacy Records, is the 1,095th leader in the chart's 61-year history.

Streams, sales & airplay: "Christmas" tops the Streaming Songs chart for a second consecutive week, and third total frame, after a week at No. 1 last holiday season, up 30% to 45.6 million U.S. streams in the week ending Dec. 12, according to Nielsen Music.

It also takes over at No. 1 on Digital Song Sales, gaining by 185% to 27,000 sold in the week ending Dec. 12. The song previously led the list dated Dec. 24, 2005. On Radio Songs, "Christmas" climbs 32-27, improving by 11% to 34.4 million in all-format airplay audience in the week ending Dec. 15.

First holiday No. 1 on Hot 100 in 61 years: Carey's "Christmas" is the second holiday No. 1 ever on the Hot 100, joining The Chipmunks' "The Chipmunk Song" (with David Seville), which ruled for four weeks in 1958-59. (Seville, real name Ross Bagdasarian Sr., wrote the latter and performed all voices of the cartoon characters.)

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.

Carey's 19th Hot 100 No. 1: Carey adds her 19th Hot 100 No. 1, extending her record for the most among soloists. She also moves to within one of The Beatles' overall-record 20 Hot 100 No. 1s.

The acts with the most Hot 100 No. 1s, dating to the chart's Aug. 4, 1958, inception: The Beatles (20), Carey (19), Rihanna (14), Michael Jackson (13), and Madonna and The Supremes (12 each).

80th week at No. 1: Carey collects her record-extending 80th total week at No. 1 on the Hot 100. The top five acts who've spent the most weeks at the summit: Carey (80), Rihanna (60), The Beatles (59), Boyz II Men (50) and Drake (49).

Of Carey's 19 Hot 100 No. 1s, she spent the most time in the top spot with "One Sweet Day," with Boyz II Men: a then-record 16 weeks, in 1995-96. The ballad solely held the mark for the most weeks at No. 1 until Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito," featuring Justin Bieber, matched its reign in 2017. This August, Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road," featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, rewrote the record, dominating for 19 weeks.

New record span of No. 1s: "Christmas" grants Carey the record for the longest span of Hot 100 No. 1s: 29 years, four months and two weeks, dating to her first week at No. 1 on the chart dated Aug. 4, 1990, with "Vision of Love."

Carey passes Cher, whose solo No. 1s span 27 years and five months, from "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves" (from its first week at No. 1 on Nov. 6, 1971) through "Believe" (through its last week on top on April 3, 1999). (If Cher's career as half of duo Sonny & Cher were combined with her solo output, her No. 1 span would cover 33 years, seven months and two weeks, from Sonny & Cher's "I Got You Babe," which reached the top in August 1965, through "Believe.")

No. 1s in the '90s, '00s & '10s: Carey joins an elite club of acts with Hot 100 No. 1s in the 1990s, 2000s & 2010s. Its previously-inducted members: Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears and Usher.

Aguilera tallied one No. 1 in the '90s, three in the '00s and one in the '10s; Spears scored one in the '90s and two each in the '00s and '10s; and Usher led once in the '90s, seven times in the '00s and once this decade.

Carey's decade-by-decade breakout: 14 No. 1s in the '90s, four in the '00s and now one in the '10s.

Notably, no act has ever logged time at No. 1 on the Hot 100 in four distinct decades, consecutively or otherwise. Thus, if "Christmas" is No. 1 on the chart dated Jan. 4, two weeks from now, Carey would become the first artist to achieve the honor.

11 years between No. 1s: With "Christmas," Carey tops the Hot 100 for the first time since April 19, 2008, when her 18th No. 1, "Touch My Body," spent its second of two weeks on top. Her 11-year and eight-month gap between No. 1s marks the longest since Dr. Dre went 12 years, two months and three weeks between his featured turn on Blackstreet's "No Diggity" in 1996 and "Crack a Bottle," with Eminem and 50 Cent, in 2009.

Among artists in lead roles on both book-ending hits, Carey ends the longest No. 1 drought since Cher, whose "Believe" hit the top spot 10 days shy of 25 years since she'd last led with "Dark Breed" in 1974.

Record longest trip to No. 1: As noted in December 2017, when Carey's then-23-year-old "Christmas" rose 11-9, the carol completed the longest journey to the top 10 from a song's release. Now, it wraps the most scenic route to No. 1, at over 25 years.

Among other songs that took time to reign in various forms, Elton John's Princess Diana tribute "Candle in the Wind 1997" ruled for 14 weeks in 1997-98 after he'd originally recorded the song (as a Marilyn Monroe ode) in 1973; it first reached the Hot 100 as a live version, hitting No. 6 in 1988. Plus, John sent the original "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" to No. 2 in 1974, before its live update, with George Michael, rose to No. 1 in 1992.

Considering remake-related examples, Los Lobos' "La Bamba" led in 1987, after Ritchie Valens' original had hit No. 22 in 1959, and earlier this year, Ariana Grande's "7 Rings" spent eight weeks it No. 1; the song credits, among its 10 writers, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, as it contains a portion of "My Favorite Things," written by the pair 60 years earlier.

At 35 total Hot 100 weeks to No. 1, "Christmas" also breaks the record for most weeks on the chart until reaching the summit. It passes Los Del Rio's "Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)," which took 33 chart weeks in 1995-96; it first reached No. 45 in September 1995, departed the survey for four months in January-May 1996 and ascended to No. 1 for its first of 14 weeks on top that August.

As for the 35 weeks on the Hot 100 for "Christmas"

'Christmas' on the Hot 100: Let's recount further details behind a song from 1994 just hitting the Hot 100's top spot for the first time 25 years later.

Upon its initial release, on Carey's album Merry Christmas (released on Nov. 1, 1994, coincidentally, 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.

25th anniversary boost: The song's profile has risen this year, with Carey releasing a 25th-anniversary edition of Merry Christmas; a new video, featuring previously unreleased footage; and a new CD single, marking the song's first-ever release as a stand-alone commercial single. (For two days in the tracking week ending Dec. 12, Carey sold CD singles of "Christmas" on her website, available for pre-order with consumers receiving a download upon purchase.)

Carey's first seven Billboard 200 entries have now generated at least one Hot 100 No. 1 each: "Christmas" parent album Merry Christmas sports a Hot 100 No. 1 at last, retroactively making for an impressive streak for Carey, as her first seven entries on the Billboard 200 have now all generated at least one Hot 100 leader each.

Here's a recap of Carey's first seven charted titles on the Billboard 200 and their amount of Hot 100 No. 1s: Mariah Carey, 1990 (four); Emotions, 1991 (one); MTV Unplugged, 1992 (one); Music Box, 1993 (two); Merry Christmas, 1994 (one); Daydream, 1995 (three); and Butterfly, 1997 (two).

Carey's eighth Billboard 200 appearance was VH1 Divas Live, with Celine Dion, Gloria Estefan, Aretha Franklin and Shania Twain, followed by her best-of # 1's, neither of which generated any Hot 100 No. 1s. Her next entry, 1999's Rainbow, produced two No. 1s, while 2005's The Emancipation of Mimi (two) and 2008's E=MC2 (one) combine to give Carey 10 albums that have generated Hot 100 leaders.

(Reflecting both her sustained success and the odyssey to the top for her latest leader, Carey logged 10 Hot 100 No. 1s after releasing "Christmas," from "Fantasy" in 1995 through "Touch My Body" in 2008.)

Writers & producers: Carey wrote and produced "Christmas" with Walter Afanasieff. She adds her 18th Hot 100 No. 1 as a writer, having co-written all of her leaders except her 1992 remake of Jackson 5's "I'll Be There." She notches her 14th No. 1 as a producer.

Afanasieff achieves his fourth Hot 100 No. 1 as a writer, following co-writes of Carey's "Hero," "One Sweet Day" and "My All." He earns his 11th leader as a producer, following his work on Carey's "Love Takes Time," "I'll Be There," "Dreamlover," "Hero," "One Sweet Day" and "My All," as well as Michael Bolton's "When a Man Loves a Woman"; Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle's "A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme)"; Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On"; and Savage Garden's "I Knew I Loved You."

No. 1 Holiday 100: Along with its new Hot 100 reign, "Christmas" concurrently tops the multi-metric Holiday 100 chart for a 38th total week, of the 43 overall frames in the chart's history, dating to its 2011 inception.

Brenda Lee's 'Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree' Hits No. 3 on Hot 100; Juice WRLD, Tones and I & Burl Ives All Top 10
12/16/2019 by Gary Trust

As previously reported, Mariah Carey's 1994 carol "All I Want for Christmas Is You" dashes to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 at last, rising from No. 3 to No. 1 on the chart dated Dec. 21.

Elsewhere in the Hot 100's top 10, Brenda Lee's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" surges 8-3, becoming just the third holiday song ever to reach the Hot 100's top three, while completing the longest ascent to the region.

Plus, the late Juice WRLD's No. 2-peaking "Lucid Dreams" re-enters the survey at No. 8 following his death on Dec. 9; Tones and I's "Dance Monkey" reaches the region for the first time, jumping 13-9; and Burl Ives' holiday classic "A Holly Jolly Christmas" returns to its No. 10 high.

Below Carey's "Christmas," Post Malone's "Circles" holds at No. 2, after it led the list for two weeks.

Brenda Lee's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" jumps 8-3 on the Hot 100, marking another new high; it entered the top 10 for the first time last holiday season, over 58 years after it first appeared on the chart.

The Yuletide classic is now the third-highest-charting holiday hit in the Hot 100's 61-year history:

Highest-Charting Holiday Songs in the Hot 100's History
No. 1, one week to-date, Dec. 21, 2019, "All I Want for Christmas Is You," Mariah Carey
No. 1, four weeks, beginning Dec. 22, 1958, "The Chipmunk Song," by David Seville & The Chipmunks
No. 3, Dec. 21, 2019, "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree," Brenda Lee
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. 8, Jan. 5, 2019, "Jingle Bell Rock," Bobby Helms
No. 9, Feb. 21, 1981, "Same Old Lang Syne," Dan Fogelberg
No. 10, Jan. 5, 2019, "A Holly Jolly Christmas," Burl Ives
No. 10, Dec. 29, 2018, "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year," Andy Williams

"Rockin' " rolls 4-3 on the Streaming Songs chart, up 13% to 37.1 million U.S. streams in the week ending Dec. 12, according to Nielsen Music, helped by a new animated video. It climbs 43-34 on Radio Songs, gaining by 8% to 26.4 million in all-format airplay audience in the week ending Dec. 15, and dips 33-38 on Digital Song Sales, although up 19% to 5,000 sold in the week ending Dec. 12.

Originally released in 1958, "Rockin' " first appeared on the Hot 100 dated Dec. 12, 1960. As it now reaches the top three, and top five, at last, it completes the longest climb ever to each region from a song's chart debut: 59 years and nine days.

Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved" holds at No. 4 on the Hot 100, after the ballad logged three weeks at No. 1, and Lizzo's "Good as Hell" rises 6-5, after reaching No. 3. It rules Radio Songs for a fourth week, with 98.1 million audience impressions (down 2%), while leading Hot R&B Songs for a sixth week and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a fourth frame; the latter two tallies employ the same multi-metric methodology as the Hot 100.

Arizona Zervas' "Roxanne" rebounds 7-6 on the Hot 100, after reaching No. 5, while leading the multi-metric Hot Rap Songs chart for a third week, and Maroon 5's No. 4-peaking "Memories" slips 5-7 on the Hot 100.

Juice WRLD's "Lucid Dreams" re-enters the Hot 100 at No. 8 following his Dec. 9 passing. The song, which peaked at No. 2 in October 2018 (and which samples Sting's 1993 track "Shape of My Heart"), also revisits the Streaming Songs and Digital Song Sales charts at Nos. 2 and 14, respectively, with 38.6 million U.S. streams (up 235%) and 8,000 downloads sold (up 1,637%) in the week ending Dec. 12.

(As for songs re-entering the Hot 100 in the top 10, three share the record for the highest returns, all at No. 4: Lady Gaga's "Million Reasons," in February 2017, following her performance of the ballad during the Super Bowl LI halftime show; Dixie Chicks' "Not Ready to Make Nice," in 2007; and LL Cool J's "Control Myself," featuring Jennifer Lopez, in 2006.)

Tones and I's "Dance Monkey" swings 13-9 on the Hot 100, as it climbs 6-3 on Digital Song Sales (16,000, up 44%), 12-9 on Streaming Songs (25.6 million, up 18%) and 28-20 on Radio Songs (38.3 million, up 18%).

The song, which the Australian singer-songwriter (real name: Toni Watson) solely wrote, has already become the longest-leading No. 1 in her homeland, while topping multiple other global surveys, including the Official UK Singles chart, where it rules for an 11th week this week, breaking the record for the most time at No. 1 by a female soloist.

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Burl Ives' "A Holly Jolly Christmas" surges 18-10, returning to its peak first established last holiday season. It lifts 9-8 on Streaming Songs (31.9 million, up 29%) and 45-39 on Radio Songs (24.7 million, up 3%), while gaining by 18% to 2,000 sold.

Just outside the Hot 100's top 10, DaBaby's "BOP" bumps 12-11, up 5% to 33.4 million streams in the week ending Dec. 12 after he performed it on NBC's Saturday Night Live on Dec. 7.

Plus, Juice WRLD and YoungBoy Never Broke Again's "Bandit," which hit No. 10 in October, rebounds 40-12, up 65% to 35.5 million streams (winning the Hot 100's top Streaming Gainer nod), and Bobby Helms' "Jingle Bell Rock" roars 23-15.

Meanwhile, a week after The Weeknd's "Heartless" blasted 32-1 on the Hot 100 following its first full week of tracking, it plunges to No. 17, as it falls 2-18 on Streaming Songs (20.6 million, down 31%) and 1-28 on Digital Song Sales (6,000, down 90%), although it climbs 38-19 on Radio Songs (38.5 million, up 47%, good for the Hot 100's top Airplay Gainer award). Notably, the song's 1-17 descent is the greatest from the summit in the Hot 100's history, surpassing the twin 1-15 drops of Dionne Warwicke and Spinners' "Then Came You" and Billy Preston's "Nothing From Nothing," both in 1974 (and sparked, in part, by timing, with four seasonal songs ranking above it this week).
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Yes Mariah!
Great to see Dance Monkey finally top 10 here too, surely a big #1 next year?
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Burl Ives grabbing that top 10 and Brenda Lee top three laugh.gif

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Well done Mariah!!

Funny how the highest charting 'holiday songs' are mainly peaking in 2019!
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Go Mariah!

Is there any chance Lizzo could grab her second #1 with 'Good As Hell' in the new year before Tones inevitably begins her reign?
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no expert but people say Lizzo has already peaked on radio, which was where she was doing better, so no chance apparently
after xmas, looks like an open race between Roxanne, Memories (thanks to airplay) and Dance Monkey
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I'd say no chance either. She'll have trouble overtaking Lewis and Post Malone, and Arizona Zervas could jump ahead of her as early as next week.

Also I find it highly amusing that Gunna is featured on a song called 'Hot' and a song called 'Heat' and they're both charting simultaneously.
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I'd be up for Memories getting to the top spot!
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Great for Mariah but also great for seeing Burl Ives and Bobby Helms so high.
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Is there any chance Lizzo could grab her second #1 with 'Good As Hell' in the new year before Tones inevitably begins her reign?
I would say last week or two weeks ago was probably Lizzo’s last chance to grab #1 since that’s when she peaked in radio. But at the time Post Malone was dominating streams and doing just as well on radio, and Memories was dominating digitals. Plus Someone You Loved was always in the running. By the time the holiday freeze ends it will be replaced as a contender by Roxanne and Dance Monkey (and maybe Selena could return to the top?)
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Crazy Chris
post Dec 20 2019, 10:42 PM
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Wonder how many weeks Dance Monkey will have at No.1. in the US.
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I'm not so sure it'll get there?!
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I'm not so sure either! I'm not saying it won't but I'd say it's 50/50. Another massive song could easily get released at the start of the year.
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