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    • Which one of these are you most happy, excited for or proud with if AIWFCIY goes #1 this week. Pick 1.

      1) 85 Weeks at #1 overall
      2) #1 in 2021 (yes we know she has the first chart week of 2021 but that was really a hangover from the previous Christmas)
      3) Break Adele's stranglehold on the Top spot
      4) Back to Back #1 by two women with songs of substance
      5) First time an artist has open and closed the season with the SAME SONG
      6) 2nd artist to ever open and close the chart year and first female and solo artist, behind Boyz II Men
      7) 6 Weeks at #1 for AIWFCIY (her 5th song to lodge 6+ weeks at #1)
      8) Extends its lead for the Christmas Song with the most weeks at the top (Chipmunk is at 4 weeks)


      Anymore?

      Mine is probably #5, opening and closing the chart year with the same song. It's unparalleled (not that any of the other's can) and would take another Christmas song to ever match that record. Number 6 is also amazing, she will be the first female and solo artist to do so. records that have a number tied to them can be beaten but records that having a FIRST in front of it will always be special.
      Last edited by skylynx; Mon December 20, 2021, 16:49.

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      • Originally posted by Pureimagination View Post
        So excited for the Hot 100
        Me too.
        She was kind of fragile and she had a lot to grapple with but basically she kept it all inside ...

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        • As we get ready for the Billboard article, here was the three from last year...

          Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ Jingles Back to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100

          Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. BY GARY TRUST

          https://www.billboard.com/pro/mariah...ou-number-one/

          Mariah Carey‘s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, rising from No. 2. The song, first released on Carey’s album Merry Christmas in 1994 and which first reigned for three weeks last holiday season, adds its fourth total week atop the Hot 100, tying for the most time at No. 1 among holiday hits in the chart’s 62-year history.

          The carol is one of a record-tying five Yuletide songs in the Hot 100’s top 10, joined by Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” Bobby Helms’ “Jingle Bell Rock,” Andy Williams’ “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” and, in the top 10 for the first time, 50 years after its original release, Jose Feliciano‘s “Feliz Navidad.”

          The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S. streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (dated Dec. 19) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (Dec. 15). For all chart news, you can follow Billboard and Billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

          Here’s a deeper look at Carey’s ascent back to No. 1 on the Hot 100 with “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” on Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings.

          Streams, sales & airplay: “Christmas” drew 31.4 million U.S. streams (up 19%) and sold 7,000 downloads (up 8%) in the week ending Dec. 10, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It also tallied 27.1 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 11%) in the week ending Dec. 13.

          The track spends a seventh total week at No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart and rises 9-8 on Digital Song Sales and 27-22 on Radio Songs. It also crowns the multi-metric Holiday 100 chart for a 43rd week, of the chart’s 48 total weeks since the list launched in 2011; it has topped the tally for 28 consecutive weeks, dating to the start of the 2015-16 holiday season.

          (Since its release, the song has drawn 4.1 billion in total radio audience, 1 billion on-demand streams and 3.7 million in download sales in the U.S.)

          Ties for longest-leading holiday hit: In December 2017, Carey’s “Christmas” hit the Hot 100’s top 10 for the first time, while a year ago it ascended to the summit at last, 25 years after its original release, becoming the second holiday hit ever to reign: “The Chipmunk Song,” by The Chipmunks with David Seville, spent four weeks at No. 1 beginning in December 1958. Carey’s hit this week, thus, matches The Chipmunks’ for the Hot 100’s longest-leading holiday hit.

          No. 1 again after almost a year: Carey’s “Christmas” first topped the Hot 100 dated Dec. 21, 2019, and also led the lists dated Dec. 28, 2019, and Jan. 4, 2020. As it returns to No. 1 this week, on the chart dated Dec. 19, it reigns again after a break of 11 months and 15 days. Only one other song in the Hot 100’s history has returned to the summit after a longer break: Chubby Checker’s “The Twist” topped the Hot 100 dated Sept. 19, 1960, before, thanks to new popularity among adult audiences, it resurged to lead the lists dated Jan. 13 and 20, 1962, ruling again after a gap of a year, three months and three weeks. The latter’s longevity helped spark its No. 1 status on the Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 recap.

          Carey’s record 83rd week atop Hot 100: With “Christmas,” Carey claims her record-extending 83rd 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
          83, 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.

          7 x 4: Of Carey’s 19 Hot 100 No. 1s, “Christmas” is her record-tying seventh to rule for four weeks or more. Here’s a rundown: 16 weeks at No. 1, “One Sweet Day” (with Boyz II Men), 1995-96 / 14 weeks, “We Belong Together,” 2005 / 8 weeks, “Fantasy,” 1995; “Dreamlover,” 1993 / 4 weeks, “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” 2019-20; “Hero,” 1993-94; “Vision of Love,” 1990.

          Rihanna also boasts seven No. 1s (of her 14 total) that have each led for four or more weeks, including her longest-leading No. 1, “We Found Love” (10 weeks, 2011-12).

          Historic No. 1 in U.S. & U.K.: Carey’s “Christmas” additionally makes international chart history, becoming the first holiday song to have topped both the U.S.-based Hot 100 and the Official UK Singles chart, where this week it reigns for the first time. (While just two seasonal songs have ever led the Hot 100, “Christmas” is the latest in the tradition of such hits reaching No. 1 on the UK list.)

          More from ‘Santa’: Carey also debuts at No. 76 on the Hot 100 with her new version of “Oh Santa,” featuring Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson. The song, whose original 2010 solo version spent a week at No. 100 on the Hot 100 during the 2010-11 holiday season, charts in its new form with 6.3 million streams, 1.7 million in airplay audience and 10,000 sold. It starts at No. 3 on Digital Song Sales, as well as No. 1 on Holiday Digital Song Sales.

          Carey’s update of “Santa,” as well as a new mix of “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (both respectively tracked separately from their original versions for chart purposes), premiered on the Apple TV exclusive Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas, Dec. 4. The set’s soundtrack debuts at No. 28 on Top Holiday Albums and No. 99 on the Billboard 200 with 12,000 equivalent album units. Meanwhile, Carey’s Merry Christmas returns to the Billboard 200’s top 10.

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          Taylor Swift’s ‘Willow’ Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100

          As parent album "Evermore" opens atop the Billboard 200, Swift is the first artist to debut atop both charts simultaneously twice: "Folklore" & "Cardigan" began on top in August.

          https://www.billboard.com/pro/taylor...r-one-hot-100/

          BY GARY TRUST

          Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” dips from No. 1 to No. 2 on the Hot 100. The song, first released on Carey’s album Merry Christmas in 1994 and which first reigned for three weeks last holiday season, added its fourth total week atop the Hot 100 a week ago. The carol drew 40.5 million U.S. streams (up 29%) and 30.8 million airplay impressions (up 12%) and sold 10,000 downloads (up 31%) in the latest tracking week.

          The track spends an eighth total week at No. 1 on Streaming Songs and rises 8-6 on Digital Song Sales and 22-17 on Radio Songs. It also crowns the multi-metric Holiday 100 chart for a 44th week, of the chart’s 49 total weeks since the list launched in 2011; it has topped the tally for 29 consecutive weeks, dating to the start of the 2015-16 holiday season.


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          Mariah Carey’s ‘Christmas’ Back Atop Hot 100, As Dean Martin, Wham! & Chuck Berry Hit Top 10

          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.

          BY GARY TRUST

          https://www.billboard.com/pro/mariah...00-fifth-week/

          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. The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S. streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (dated Jan. 2, 2021) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (Dec. 29). For all chart news, you can follow Billboard and Billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

          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.”)




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          • ”So brightly, baby!” my favorite adlib that isn’t in the outro

            I love the little break on “SOUND of children’s,” reminds me of “Make It Happen” bridge

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            • I’m gonna take a nap. Will be back in time for the celebration.
              She was kind of fragile and she had a lot to grapple with but basically she kept it all inside ...

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              • Originally posted by skylynx View Post
                Which one of these are you most happy, excited for or proud with if AIWFCIY goes #1 this week. Pick 1.

                1) 85 Weeks at #1 overall
                2) #1 in 2021 (yes we know she has the first chart week of 2021 but that was really a hangover from the previous Christmas)
                3) Break Adele's stranglehold on the Top spot
                4) Back to Back #1 by two women with songs of substance
                5) First time an artist has open and closed the season with the SAME SONG
                6) 2nd artist to ever open and close the chart year and first female and solo artist, behind Boyz II Men
                7) 6 Weeks at #1 for AIWFCIY (her 5th song to lodge 6+ weeks at #1)
                8) Extends its lead for the Christmas Song with the most weeks at the top (Chipmunk is at 4 weeks)


                Anymore?

                Mine is probably #5, opening and closing the chart year with the same song. It's unparalleled (not that any of the other's can) and would take another Christmas song to ever match that record. Number 6 is also amazing, she will be the first female and solo artist to do so. records that have a number tied to them can be beaten but records that having a FIRST in front of it will always be special.
                She will be the only artist with 2 songs on the xmas day chart on billboard. HERO and All i want. I mean the chart date 25/12

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                • This took a while to compile but this is where we stand compared to previous years. 2019 was just something else, humungous sales and streams.

                  Whilst she's down in 2021 compared to previous years, the stream total last week was greater than 2020. Let's see if she can surpass the 40.5m streams this week last year.

                  Billboard Hot 100 Metrics the last 3 Years

                  December 9th 2019 = #2 (behind Heartless) = 35.1m streams (+48%), 31m airplay (+18%) 9,000 sales (+60%)
                  December 7th 2020 = #2 (behind Mood) = 26.4m streams (+50%), 24.5m airplay (+17%), 7,000 sales (+52%)
                  December 6th 2021 = #3 = 25.8m streams (47%), 23.4m airplay (+54%), 5800 sales (+53%)

                  December 16th 2019 = #1 = 45.6m streams (+30%), 34.4m airplay (+11%) 27,000 sales (+185%)
                  December 14th 2020 = #1 = 31.4m streams (+19%), 27.1m airplay (+11%), 7,000 sales (+8%)
                  December 13th 2021 = #2 = 32.5m streams (+26%), 24.6m airplay (+4%), 6,900 sales (+20%)

                  December 23rd 2019 = #1 = 54.4m streams (+19%), 42.9m airplay (+26%) 15,000 sales (-44%)
                  December 21st 2020 = #2 (behind Taylor Swift) = 40.5m streams (+29%), 30.8m airplay (+12%), 10,000 sales (+31%)
                  December 20th 2021 = TBC Incoming today

                  December 30th 2019 = #1 = 72.2m streams (+33%), 30.9m airplay (+28%) 17,000 sales (+17%)
                  December 28th 2020 = #1 = 54.9m streams (+35%), 33.7m airplay (+11%), 12,000 sales (+24%)
                  December 27th 2021 = TBC next week


                  Last edited by skylynx; Mon December 20, 2021, 18:31.

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                  • Originally posted by skylynx View Post
                    This took a while to compile but this is where we stand compared to previous years. 2019 was just something else, humungous sales and streams.

                    Whilst she's down in 2021 compared to previous years, the stream total last week was greater than 2020. Let's see if she can surpass the 40.5m streams this week last year.

                    Billboard Hot 100 Metrics the last 3 Years

                    December 9th 2019 = #1 = 35.1m streams (+48%), 31m airplay (+18%) 9,000 sales (+60%)
                    December 7th 2020 = #2 (behind Mood) = 26.4m streams (+50%), 24.5m airplay (+17%), 7,000 sales (+52%)
                    December 6th 2021 = #3 = 25.8m streams (47%), 23.4m airplay (+54%), 5800 sales (+53%)

                    December 16th 2019 = #1 = 45.6m streams (+30%), 34.4m airplay (+11%) 27,000 sales (+185%)
                    December 14th 2020 = #1 = 31.4m streams (+19%), 27.1m airplay (+11%), 7,000 sales (+8%)
                    December 13th 2021 = #2 = 32.5m streams (+26%), 24.6m airplay (+4%), 6,900 sales (+20%)

                    December 23rd 2019 = #1 = 54.4m streams (+19%), 42.9m airplay (+26%) 15,000 sales (-44%)
                    December 21st 2020 = #2 (behind Taylor Swift) = 40.5m streams (+29%), 30.8m airplay (+12%), 10,000 sales (+31%)
                    December 20th 2021 = TBC Incoming today

                    December 30th 2019 = #1 = 72.2m streams (+33%), 30.9m airplay (+28%) 17,000 sales (+17%)
                    December 28th 2020 = #1 = 54.9m streams (+35%), 33.7m airplay (+11%), 12,000 sales (+24%)
                    December 27th 2021 = TBC next week


                    You have to review Dec 09th, 2019. It didnt spend 4 weeks that season, but 3.

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                    • Is this true?

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                      • Originally posted by delapuerta View Post
                        Is this true?

                        It makes sense. She had McDonald's deal

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                        • Originally posted by Yerac View Post

                          It makes sense. She had McDonald's deal
                          She has the money to buy turrón and mazapanes

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                          • Originally posted by delapuerta View Post

                            She has the money to buy turrón and mazapanes

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                            • EDIT: Corrected 2019, she was #3 behind Heartless and Circles on the chart week of December 9th

                              This took a while to compile but this is where we stand compared to previous years. 2019 was just something else, humungous sales and streams.

                              Whilst she's down in 2021 compared to previous years, the stream total last week was greater than 2020. Let's see if she can surpass the 40.5m streams this week last year.

                              Billboard Hot 100 Metrics the last 3 Years

                              December 9th 2019 = #3 (behind Heartless, Circles) = 35.1m streams (+48%), 31m airplay (+18%) 9,000 sales (+60%)
                              December 7th 2020 = #2 (behind Mood) = 26.4m streams (+50%), 24.5m airplay (+17%), 7,000 sales (+52%)
                              December 6th 2021 = #3 = 25.8m streams (47%), 23.4m airplay (+54%), 5800 sales (+53%)

                              December 16th 2019 = #1 = 45.6m streams (+30%), 34.4m airplay (+11%) 27,000 sales (+185%)
                              December 14th 2020 = #1 = 31.4m streams (+19%), 27.1m airplay (+11%), 7,000 sales (+8%)
                              December 13th 2021 = #2 = 32.5m streams (+26%), 24.6m airplay (+4%), 6,900 sales (+20%)

                              December 23rd 2019 = #1 = 54.4m streams (+19%), 42.9m airplay (+26%) 15,000 sales (-44%)
                              December 21st 2020 = #2 (behind Taylor Swift) = 40.5m streams (+29%), 30.8m airplay (+12%), 10,000 sales (+31%)
                              December 20th 2021 = TBC Incoming today

                              December 30th 2019 = #1 = 72.2m streams (+33%), 30.9m airplay (+28%) 17,000 sales (+17%)
                              December 28th 2020 = #1 = 54.9m streams (+35%), 33.7m airplay (+11%), 12,000 sales (+24%)
                              December 27th 2021 = TBC next week

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                              • Mariah outstreaming 2021's IT girl

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                                • Saw this and panicked a bit LOL, then realised it was pinned from last week on Chart Data.

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                                  • Don't do that!!!
                                    I can't even know what to say...

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                                    • they need to hurry up!
                                      See The Mariah Carey Discography Rate
                                      See The Report Card - Weekly Top Songs

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                                      • I'm literally quivering.
                                        My Chart

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                                        • Originally posted by stevyy View Post
                                          I'm literally quivering.
                                          You're supposed to hold me, not the other way around

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                                          • Number 1

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                                            • She’s #1!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                                              • I’m pretty sure Kween will put it off.

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                                                • YASSSSSSS

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                                                  • YES!!!

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