Holiday 100 Chart Returns, Ruled by Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You'

Holiday 100 Chart Returns, Ruled by Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You'


The seasonal survey finds Carey’s 1994 traditional at its acquainted spot on high.

The Holiday 100 makes its annual sleigh trip again to Streets Talkin's charts menu, rating the highest seasonal songs of all eras the identical method used for the Streets Talkin Hot 100, mixing streaming, airplay and gross sales information.

Continuing a contemporary custom, Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" leads the Holiday 100, for a 31st of the chart's 36 complete frames because the record launched in 2011. The solely different No. 1s: Justin Bieber's "Mistletoe," for per week within the 2011-12 vacation season; Pentatonix's "Little Drummer Boy" (one, 2013-14) and "Mary, Did You Know?" (two, 2014-15); and Ariana Grande's "Santa Tell Me" (one, 2014-15).

Carey's 1994 carol crowns all three of the Holiday 100's element charts: Holiday Airplay (27.5 million viewers impressions, up 19 %, within the monitoring week, based on Nielsen Music); Holiday Streaming Songs (22 million U.S. streams, up 53 %); and Holiday Digital Song Sales (12,000 offered, up 40 %).

Rounding out the Holiday 100's high 5 is a quartet of multi-generational favorites: Andy Williams' "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" (No. 2); Brenda Lee's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" (No. three); Burl Ives' "A Holly Jolly Christmas" (No. four); and Bobby Helms' "Jingle Bell Rock" (No. 5).

The second-youngest track within the Holiday 100's high 10? Wham!'s 1984 chestnut "Last Christmas" (No. 7).

Among songs launched this yr, Katy Perry's Amazon-exclusive "Cozy Little Christmas" and John Legend's "What Christmas Means to Me," that includes Stevie Wonder, enhance the Holiday 100 for the primary time, at Nos. 43 and 44, respectively.

Check out the whole Holiday 100 right here.