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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending January 2, 2021 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 12/18–12/24, airplay — 12/21–12/27


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 02 01 43 Mariah Carey ‒ All I Want For Christmas Is You
02 03 02 38 Brenda Lee ‒ Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
03 04 03 35 Bobby Helms ‒ Jingle Bell Rock
04 06 04 19 Burl Ives ‒ A Holly Jolly Christmas (AIRPLAY/STREAMING GAINER)
05 07 05 20 Andy Williams ‒ It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
06 10 06 14 Jose Feliciano ‒ Feliz Navidad
07 05 01 20 24kGoldn feat. iann dior ‒ Mood
08 11 08 13 Dean Martin ‒ Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
09 14 09 19 Wham! ‒ Last Christmas
10 29 10 08 Chuck Berry ‒ Run Rudolph Run

11 15 11 26 Nat King Cole ‒ The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You)
12 28 12 09 Kelly Clarkson ‒ Underneath The Tree
13 19 13 11 The Ronettes ‒ Sleigh Ride
14 08 01 09 Ariana Grande ‒ Positions
15 12 12 08 Perry Como and The Fontane Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra ‒ It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
16 31 16 12 Gene Autry ‒ Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
17 32 17 08 Ariana Grande ‒ Santa Tell Me
18 26 18 08 Andy Williams ‒ Happy Holiday / The Holiday Season
19 37 19 07 Darlene Love ‒ Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
20 38 12 20 Bing Crosby ‒ White Christmas

21 13 03 14 Justin Bieber feat. Chance The Rapper ‒ Holy
22 43 22 07 Perry Como ‒ (There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays
23 42 23 05 Michael Buble ‒ It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
24 16 09 33 Chris Brown & Young Thug ‒ Go Crazy
25 17 02 19 Drake feat. Lil Durk ‒ Laugh Now Cry Later
26 69 26 10 Gene Autry ‒ Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)
27 27 20 12 Dua Lipa feat. DaBaby ‒ Levitating (DIGITAL GAINER)
28 46 28 04 Paul McCartney ‒ Wonderful Christmastime

29 25 06 25 Pop Smoke feat. Lil Baby & DaBaby ‒ For The Night
30 20 03 52 Gabby Barrett feat. Charlie Puth ‒ I Hope

31 24 06 19 Internet Money & Gunna feat. Don Toliver & NAV ‒ Lemonade
32 RE 32 02 Thurl Ravenscroft ‒ You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch
33 RE 33 03 Elvis Presley ‒ Blue Christmas
34 23 05 08 Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez ‒ Dakiti
35 22 12 05 Megan Thee Stallion ‒ Body
36 ** 36 01 Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters ‒ Mele Kalikimaka (Merry Christmas) (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
37 33 24 25 AJR ‒ Bang!
38 01 01 02 Taylor Swift ‒ Willow
39 ** 39 01 Donny Hathaway ‒ This Christmas
40 35 08 08 Ariana Grande ‒ 34+35

41 30 13 20 Ava Max ‒ Kings & Queens
42 36 02 07 Billie Eilish ‒ Therefore I Am
43 47 43 02 Nat King Cole ‒ Deck The Halls
44 09 01 18 BTS ‒ Dynamite
45 RE 18 09 Eagles ‒ Please Come Home For Christmas
46 ** 46 01 Jackson 5 ‒ Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
47 ** 47 01 The Beach Boys ‒ Little Saint Nick

48 58 48 03 Dan + Shay ‒ Take Me Home For Christmas
49 ** 49 01 Michael Buble ‒ Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
50 ** 50 01 Bing Crosby ‒ I'll Be Home For Christmas


51 48 25 16 Pop Smoke ‒ What You Know Bout Love
52 53 51 07 CJ ‒ Whoopty
53 51 14 10 Justin Bieber & benny blanco ‒ Lonely
54 84 54 03 Carrie Underwood & John Legend ‒ Hallelujah
55 55 01 20 Cardi B feat. Megan Thee Stallion ‒ WAP
56 56 37 06 Lil Nas X ‒ Holiday
57 59 30 12 Luke Combs ‒ Better Together
58 60 30 03 Lil Baby ‒ On Me
59 ** 59 01 Ed Sheeran ‒ Afterglow
60 ** 60 01 Eminem ‒ Gnat

61 87 61 04 Justin Bieber ‒ Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
62 99 62 04 Carrie Underwood ‒ Favorite Time Of Year
63 65 12 18 Maluma & The Weeknd ‒ Hawai
64 62 08 05 Shawn Mendes & Justin Bieber ‒ Monster
65 66 40 14 Sam Smith ‒ Diamonds
66 72 25 17 Chris Stapleton ‒ Starting Over
67 95 67 03 Megan Thee Stallion feat. DaBaby ‒ Cry Baby
68 79 50 18 Tate McRae ‒ You Broke Me First.
69 86 28 19 Machine Gun Kelly x blackbear ‒ My Ex's Best Friend
70 81 63 03 The Kid LAROI ‒ Without You

71 73 42 12 Chris Lane ‒ Big, Big Plans
72 88 10 12 21 Savage & Metro Boomin feat. Drake ‒ Mr. Right Now
73 92 02 09 Luke Combs ‒ Forever After All
74 97 69 10 BRS Kash ‒ Throat Baby (Go Baby)
75 RE 59 03 Kelly Clarkson & Brett Eldredge ‒ Under The Mistletoe
76 77 34 09 Jack Harlow ‒ Tyler Herro
77 21 21 02 Taylor Swift ‒ Champagne Problems
78 ** 78 01 Gabby Barrett ‒ The First Noel
79 83 31 16 Russell Dickerson ‒ Love You Like I Used To
80 RE 75 09 Lady A ‒ Champagne Night

81 94 54 05 Miley Cyrus feat. Dua Lipa ‒ Prisoner
82 96 71 12 Niko Moon ‒ Good Time
83 RE 06 18 Morgan Wallen ‒ 7 Summers
84 ** 84 01 Popp Hunna ‒ Adderall (Corvette Corvette)
85 RE 52 03 Yung Bleu feat. Drake ‒ You're Mines Still
86 41 41 02 Kid Cudi ‒ Tequila Shots
87 RE 76 05 Saweetie feat. Jhene Aiko ‒ Back To The Streets
88 RE 88 04 Karol G ‒ Bichota
89 74 74 02 Jack Harlow feat. Big Sean ‒ Way Out
90 RE 29 15 SZA feat. Ty Dolla $ign ‒ Hit Different

91 39 39 02 Taylor Swift ‒ 'Tis The Damn Season
92 RE 70 02 H.E.R. ‒ Damage
93 ** 93 01 Lil Durk ‒ Backdoor
94 RE 94 02 Carrie Underwood ‒ Silent Night
95 RE 74 09 Harry Styles ‒ Golden
96 RE 72 10 Kelsea Ballerini ‒ Hole In The Bottle
97 34 34 02 Taylor Swift feat. HAIM ‒ No Body, No Crime
98 ** 98 01 DDG ‒ Moonwalking In Calabasas
99 RE 47 06 King Von ‒ Took Her To The O
100 RE 79 10 Ritt Momney ‒ Put Your Records On

OUT 18 01 55 The Weeknd ‒ Blinding Lights ohmy.gif
OUT 40 40 01 Taylor Swift ‒ Gold Rush
OUT 44 02 45 Jack Harlow feat. DaBaby, Tory Lanez & Lil Wayne ‒ Whats Poppin
OUT 45 45 01 Taylor Swift ‒ Tolerate It
OUT 49 49 01 Kid Cudi ‒ She Knows This
OUT 50 01 35 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch ‒ Rockstar
OUT 52 52 01 Taylor Swift ‒ Happiness
OUT 54 54 01 Kid Cudi, Skepta & Pop Smoke ‒ Show Out
OUT 57 57 01 Taylor Swift feat. Bon Iver ‒ Evermore
OUT 58 58 02 Dan + Shay ‒ Take Me Home For Christmas
OUT 61 61 01 Taylor Swift ‒ Ivy
OUT 63 63 01 Taylor Swift feat. The National ‒ Coney Island
OUT 64 64 01 Kid Cudi ‒ Another Day
OUT 69 28 09 Gene Autry ‒ Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)
OUT 70 42 20 Dan + Shay ‒ I Should Probably Go To Bed
OUT 71 71 01 Taylor Swift ‒ Cowboy Like Me
OUT 75 75 01 Taylor Swift ‒ Marjorie
OUT 76 24 20 Jhene Aiko feat. H.E.R. ‒ B.S.
OUT 78 78 01 Kid Cudi ‒ Mr. Solo Dolo III
OUT 80 80 01 Kid Cudi ‒ Dive
OUT 82 82 01 Taylor Swift ‒ Closure
OUT 85 85 01 Kid Cudi ‒ Heaven On Earth
OUT 89 89 01 The Kid LAROI & Juice WRLD ‒ Reminds Me Of You
OUT 90 90 01 Kid Cudi ‒ Sad People
OUT 91 91 01 Kid Cudi ‒ Damaged
OUT 93 55 16 Jon Pardi ‒ Ain't Always The Cowboy
OUT 98 41 02 Lil Baby ‒ Errbody
OUT 100 100 01 Kid Cudi ‒ Beautiful Trip

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TW LW Artist – Song

01 ** DJ Nelson Presenta Jay Wheeler & Myke Towers ‒ La Curiosidad
02 ** Young Thug & Gunna feat. Yak Gotti ‒ Take It To Trial
03 ** Eminem feat. White Gold ‒ Zeus
04 ** Jonas Brothers ‒ I Need You Christmas
05 17 All Time Low feat. blackbear ‒ Monsters
06 ** Eminem & Skylar Grey ‒ Black Magic
07 11 Luke Bryan ‒ Down To One
08 ** Tori Kelly feat. Babyface ‒ Let It Snow
09 12 Parmalee x Blanco Brown ‒ Just The Way
10 RE Pooh Shiesty feat. Lil Durk ‒ Back In Blood
11 14 Gabby Barrett ‒ The Good Ones
12 ** Eminem feat. DJ Premier ‒ Book Of Rhymes
13 ** G Herbo ‒ Statement
14 22 Black Eyed Peas x Shakira ‒ Girl Like Me
15 15 Florida Georgia Line ‒ Long Live
16 21 Pop Smoke feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie ‒ Hello
17 RE Glass Animals ‒ Heat Waves
18 18 Dustin Lynch ‒ Momma's House
19 23 Ella Mai ‒ Not Another Love Song
20 ** Eminem ‒ Tone Deaf
21 RE Eric Church ‒ Hell Of A View
22 20 Ashnikko ‒ Daisy
23 RE Brett Young ‒ Lady
24 RE Toosii & Summer Walker ‒ Love Cycle
25 24 Jordan Davis ‒ Almost Maybes
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Mariah Carey's 'Christmas' Back Atop Hot 100, As Dean Martin, Wham! & Chuck Berry Hit Top 10
By Gary Trust | 12/28/2020

Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" returns to No. 1, from No. 2, on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart for a fifth total week on top. The song, originally released on Carey's album Merry Christmas in 1994, first reigned for three weeks last holiday season and added its fourth frame at No. 1 two weeks ago.

Meanwhile, three holiday classics reach the Hot 100's top 10 for the first time: Dean Martin's "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow," up from No. 11 to No. 8; Wham!'s "Last Christmas" (14-9); and Chuck Berry's "Run Rudolph Run" (29-10), as a one-week record nine holiday hits infuse the top 10.

Carey's "Christmas," on Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings, drew 54.9 million U.S. streams (up 35%) and sold 12,000 downloads (up 24%) in the week ending Dec. 24, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It also tallied 33.7 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 11%) in the week ending Dec. 27.

The carol spends a ninth total week at No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart and rises 6-2 on Digital Song Sales and 17-13 on Radio Songs. It also rules the multi-metric Holiday 100 chart for a 45th week, of the chart's 50 total weeks since the list launched in 2011; it has topped the tally for 30 consecutive weeks, dating to the start of the 2015-16 holiday season.

Here are other presents that Carey receives with the latest coronation of "Christmas":

Most weeks at No. 1 for a holiday song: As it logs its fifth total week atop the Hot 100, "Christmas" solely claims the mark for the most time at No. 1 among holiday hits in the chart's 62-year, five-month history. One other Yuletide track has led the list: "The Chipmunk Song," by The Chipmunks with David Seville, for four weeks beginning in December 1958.

First song at No. 1 in three distinct years: Carey's "Christmas" becomes the first song to rank at No. 1 on the Hot 100 in three distinct years: 2019, 2020 and, now, 2021. It has led the lists dated Dec. 21 and 28, 2019; Jan. 4, 2020; Dec. 19, 2020; and Jan. 2, 2021.

(As reported when "Christmas" crowned the Hot 100 two weeks ago, only one other song in the chart's history boasts a longer span of appearing at No. 1: Chubby Checker's "The Twist" first topped the chart dated Sept. 19, 1960; Thanks to new popularity among adult audiences, it led again on Jan. 13 and 20, 1962. Notably, the longevity of "The Twist" helped spark its No. 1 status on the Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 recap.)

One more, up to 84: Carey adds her record-extending 84th career week at No. 1 on the Hot 100, dating to the chart's Aug. 4, 1958, inception.

Most Weeks at No. 1 on Hot 100
84, Mariah Carey
60, Rihanna
59, The Beatles
50, Boyz II Men
50, Drake

"Christmas" last year became Carey's 19th Hot 100 No. 1, the most among soloists and lifting her to within one of The Beatles' overall record 20. It also made Carey the first artist to have ranked at No. 1 on the chart in four distinct decades.

Happy new year: Carey has now placed at No. 1 on the Hot 100 in a record-extending 17 distinct years (per Hot 100 chart dates): 1990-2000, 2005-06, 2008 and, thanks to "Christmas," 2019-21.

Next up are three acts that have each spent time atop the Hot 100 in 10 individual years: Paul McCartney/Wings (1971, 1973-76, 1978, 1980, 1982-84); Michael Jackson (1972, 1979-80, 1983-84, 1987-88, 1991-92, 1995); and Madonna (1984-87, 1989-92, 1995, 2000).

Record-extending span of No. 1s: The latest week on top for "Christmas" extends Carey's artist record for the longest span of ranking at No. 1 on the Hot 100: 30 years and five months, dating to her first week at No. 1 on the chart dated Aug. 4, 1990, with "Vision of Love."

When "Christmas" first hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 dated Dec. 21, 2019, Carey passed Cher, whose solo No. 1s span 27 years and five months, from "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves" (from its first week at No. 1 in 1971) through "Believe" (through its last week on top in 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 1965, through "Believe.")

The next three songs on the Hot 100 all return to their peak positions first reached a year ago (on the Jan. 4, 2020-dated chart, whose top four mirrors this week's top four): Brenda Lee's 1958 classic "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" rises 3-2; the late Bobby Helms' "Jingle Bell Rock," first released in 1957, rises 4-3; and the late Burl Ives' "A Holly Jolly Christmas," originally from 1964, pushes 6-4.

The Hot 100's top five is decorated entirely by holiday songs for the first time, as, rounding out the region, Andy Williams' "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year," originally from 1963, rises 7-5, besting its prior No. 6 high. Williams adds his third top five Hot 100 hit, following "Lonely Street" (No. 5, November 1959) and "Can't Get Used to Losing You" (No. 2, April 1963).

Williams breaks the record for the longest break between top five Hot 100 hits: 57 years, seven months and three weeks. He narrowly passes Lee, whose "Rockin' " last year returned her to the top five after a wait of 57 years and three weeks.

Jose Feliciano's "Feliz Navidad" hits a new No. 6 Hot 100 high, up from No. 10, two weeks after reaching the top 10 for the first time, 50 years after its original 1970 release.

24kGoldn's "Mood," featuring Iann Dior, is the only non-holiday song in the Hot 100's top 10, dropping 5-7 after six nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1, as it leads Radio Songs for a ninth week (81.3 million in audience, down 2%). It tops the multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for a 17th week each and Hot Rap Songs for an 11th frame (with all three charts using the same methodology as the Hot 100).

Amid the flurry of holiday hits, Dean Martin's "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow," which the late legend first released in 1959, climbs 11-8 on the Hot 100, reaching the top 10 for the first time, with 31 million streams (up 40%), 16 million in radio reach (down 3%) and 1,000 sold (up 15%).

Martin (who died on Christmas Day 1995) appears in the Hot 100's top 10 with a fourth song, after posting his first three top 10s in 1964-65: "Everybody Loves Somebody" (No. 1, August 1964), "The Door Is Still Open to My Heart" (No. 6, November 1964) and "I Will" (No. 10, 1965).

Wham!'s "Last Christmas" likewise jingles to the Hot 100's top 10 for the first time (14-9). First released in 1984, it ascends with 28.3 million streams (up 41%), 19.1 million in airplay audience (up 5%) and 6,000 sold (up 38%).

The duo of George Michael (who died in 2016; like Martin, on Christmas Day) and Andrew Ridgeley adds its seventh Hot 100 top 10, after charting its first six in 1984-86: the No. 1s "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go," "Careless Whisper" and "Everything She Wants"; the No. 3 hits "Freedom" and "I'm Your Man"; and the No. 10-peaking "The Edge of Heaven." Wham! appears in the top 10 for the first time since Aug. 23, 1986 (the last week in the top 10 for "Heaven"); Subsequently, Michael notched 14 solo top 10s, including seven No. 1s, through 1996.

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Chuck Berry's "Run Rudolph Run" soars 29-10. First released in 1958, the track sports 31.2 million streams (up 66%), 6.1 million airplay audience impressions (up 14%) and 5,000 sold (up 17%).

Berry, who died in March 2017, reins in his third Hot 100 top 10, after "No Particular Place to Go" (No. 10, July 1964) and his novelty hit "My Ding-a-Ling" (No. 1, two weeks, October 1972).

Meanwhile, "Rudolph" rewrites the record for the longest a song has taken to hit the Hot 100's top 10 from its debut: As it first appeared on the chart dated Dec. 15, 1958 (just over four months after the survey's inception), it reaches the top 10 after a journey of 62 years and two weeks. It passes the 60-year, two-week wait for Helms' "Jingle Bell Rock" (Dec. 22, 1958-Jan. 5, 2019).

As noted above, a record-breaking nine holiday songs decorate the Hot 100's top 10, after a then-high six did a week ago.

As for last week's Hot 100 No. 1, Taylor Swift's "Willow" plummets from its debut at the top spot to No. 38 (due, in part, to the influx of holiday hits above it). The song makes the greatest fall from No. 1 to another rank on the Hot 100 in the chart's history, surpassing the 1-33 plunge for 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj's "Trollz" on the July 4-dated survey.
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Wham finally top 10 for the first time after all those years

Ed also flopping in the US biggrin.gif
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1-38. The biggest ever fall from number 1 on the Hot 100 - congratulations Taylor Swift! laugh.gif
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and thanks to ancient holiday streaming playlists the most dead artists in a US singles chart ever...at least 15 of the acts contain dead members, with well over 20% of the chart. I can't be bothered to check but it's much higher than that.

Merry Christmas! laugh.gif
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All Time Low at #5 on Bubbling Under ohmy.gif

Hope it can make the top 100 next week!
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The US really love their ancient Xmas songs don't they. It's like only Mariah made a great Xmas song since the 1960s laugh.gif (although nice to see Wham! top ten for the first time!)

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a few bits and bobs not mentioned:

Donny Hathaway's Xmas track has taken 49 years to make the US chart, The Jackson 5's 50 years, Nat King Cole's Deck The Halls 60 years, The Beach Boys 56 years, Thurl Ravenscroft 54 years, and also 54 years to get a debut hit, Bing Crosby's Hawaiian tune took 70 years to debut, Bing Crosby's 2nd World war song I'll Be Home For Christmas a whopping, breathtaking 77 years to debut - though it sold enough to feature in the Pre-Hot 100 charts of the day, it seems. As did White Christmas, the oldest recording to chart again at 78 years old and the biggest-selling single of all-time worldwide.

Oh, and it's about time the beloved Burl Ives charted in the UK again, he was a huge fave with kids in the 60's, not least due to songs like Ugly Bug Ball and Disney (& other) films like Summer Magic, and hit singles. Pretend you're 5-year-old me and enjoy this..

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I love how it took Christmas songs to send Blinding Lights to recurrency tongue.gif
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How high do you think Body will jump once the xmas tracks fall out? Future top 10?
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I believe 'Body' is being expected to challenge for top 10 next week!

Not surprised at 'willow' falling so hard - it did after all only get to #1 at all because of heavy discounting and remix spam, aka the latest trend labels are going with to secure #1 debuts since the bundling rule changes, plus it was competing with 500 Christmas songs and would have had a much less severe drop on any other week - but it's still disappointing as it's a fantastic song and it means the funnie haha of 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj holding the drop from #1 record lasted only a few months. Ah well, at least it should rebound next week.

Great to see Chuck Berry's Xmas track going top 10 for the first time (another record broken for the longest gap between entering the chart and making the top 10!) and first ever Hot 100 appearances for the songs from The Jackson 5 and shockingly The Beach Boys (I know Xmas songs historically either charted poorly or not at all in the US until the last decade or so but I would have guessed that would be an exception!)
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america really hate fairytale of new york dont they
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QUOTE(LeGrinch @ Dec 30 2020, 12:50 PM) *
america really hate fairytale of new york dont they
99% of Americans don't even know what Fairytale Of New York is. If it weren't for reading Buzzjack and the UK chart even I wouldn't have any idea!
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QUOTE(CodySleighBell-y @ Dec 30 2020, 05:46 PM) *
I love how it took Christmas songs to send Blinding Lights to recurrency tongue.gif


it was so close as it would be #26 I think if still on H100. it would easily score at least 5-10 more weeks after Xmas I think
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I believe it is likely to just be allowed to re-enter next week, based on the precedent from last year where a few songs that were pushed to recurrent by Christmas songs only stayed recurrent for a week or two. Not really sure what the point of sending it recurrent for 1 week is but hey ~
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didn't I Don't Care re-enter last year? I think if songs do well enough to be >50 they can re-enter
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Blinding Lights is predicted to reenter the top 10 next week
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QUOTE(k��th @ Dec 31 2020, 08:12 AM) *
Blinding Lights is predicted to reenter the top 10 next week



I thought one of the reasons that track can re-enter top 50 is heavy promotion on Radio not just only being streamed enough (Blinding Lights was removed from Radio Chart as well, although, it's still top 10 on Kwob)

So more old songs can re-enter like Don't Start Now which is almost top 20 on Kwob and going OK on iTunes now as well

this re-moving rule really pisses me off


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QUOTE(jszmiles @ Dec 31 2020, 12:12 PM) *
I thought one of the reasons that track can re-enter top 50 is heavy promotion on Radio not just only being streamed enough (Blinding Lights was removed from Radio Chart as well, although, it's still top 10 on Kwob)

So more old songs can re-enter like Don't Start Now which is almost top 20 on Kwob and going OK on iTunes now as well

this re-moving rule really pisses me off

Don't Start Now apparently can't re-enter unless it's top 25 overall as it's already spent a year on the chart sad.gif
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^Blinding Lights isnt top 25 either but after removing a whooping 20 xmas songs from top 25, even Don't Start Now can re-enter (it has risen a lot on radio and iTunes)
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