We unwrap the seasonal survey & find Carey's 1994 classic at its familiar spot on top. Plus, Pentatonix's "A Pentatonix Christmas" leads Top Holiday Albums.
In what's become a modern tradition, Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" leads the list (for a 21st week of the chart's 26 total frames since it launched in 2011). The 1994 chestnut keeps roasting, topping the Holiday Streaming Songs chart with 4.8 million U.S. streams, up 71 percent, in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. It ranks at No. 2 on Holiday Digital Song Sales (14,000 sold, up 80 percent) and No. 5 on Holiday Airplay (22 million in audience, up 181 percent).
Carey is set to celebrate the season with nine "All I Want for Christmas Is You" shows this month at New York's Beacon Theatre.