The Hot 100 blends all-genre U.S. streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay and sales data. All charts (dated Dec. 12) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (Dec. 8). For all chart news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.
"Mood," released on RECORDS/Columbia Records, and the first Hot 100 No. 1 for both 24kGoldn and Iann Dior, drew 19 million U.S. streams (down 13%) and sold 5,000 downloads (down 27%) in the week ending Dec. 3, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It also tallied 86.5 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 1%) in the week ending Dec. 6.
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The track spends a sixth week at No. 1 on the Radio Songs chart, falls 2-7 on Streaming Songs and rises 16-15 on Digital Song Sales. It tops the multi-metric Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and Hot Alternative Songs charts for a 15th week each and Hot Rap Songs for an eighth frame (with all three charts using the same methodology as the Hot 100).
Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" flies 14-2 on the Hot 100 with 26.4 million U.S. streams (up 50%), 24.5 million airplay audience impressions (up 17%) and 7,000 sold (up 52%) in the tracking week. It bounds 7-1 on Streaming Songs for a sixth total week on top (and is the only holiday song to have led, dating to the survey's January 2013 inception); 32-9 on Digital Song Sales; and 34-27 on Radio Songs. It also crowns the multi-metric Holiday 100 chart for a 42nd week, of the chart's 47 total weeks since the list launched in 2011; it has topped the tally for 27 consecutive weeks, dating to the start of the 2015-16 holiday season.
In December 2017, "Christmas" hit the Hot 100's top 10 for the first time, while last year it ascended to the summit, 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. beginning in December 1958.) Carey claimed her 19th Hot 100 No. 1, as she extended her mark for the most among soloists and moved to within one of The Beatles' overall record 20.
As "Christmas" dominated for three weeks on the Hot 100 charts dated Dec. 21, 2019, through Jan. 4, 2020, Carey also became the first artist to have ranked at No. 1 on the chart in four distinct decades.
Ariana Grande's "Positions" rebounds 4-3 on the Hot 100, after it led the Nov. 7-dated chart upon its debut.
Brenda Lee's 1958 classic "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" soars 21-4 on the Hot 100, up by 62% to 24.2 million streams, 9% to 19.5 million in radio reach and 23% to 9,000 sold. It jumps 13-3 on Streaming Songs, 19-5 on Digital Song Sales and 42-36 on Radio Songs.
Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez charge to the Hot 100's top five as "Dakiti" leaps 15-5, reaching a new best after the song debuted at its prior No. 8 high on the Nov. 21 chart. As Bad Bunny's album El Ultimo Tour del Mundo, released Nov. 27 and which includes "Dakiti," opens at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with 116,000 equivalent album units, the collaboration returns to its No. 2 high, from No. 3, on Streaming Songs (24.1 million, up 14%).
"Dakiti" becomes Bad Bunny's third top five Hot 100 hit, following his Cardi B and J Balvin team-up "I Like It," which spent a week at No. 1, and "MIA," featuring Drake (No. 5 debut and peak), both in 2018. "Dakiti," Cortez's first top five Hot 100 entry, concurrently tops the multi-metric Hot Latin Songs chart for a fifth week.
Drake's "Laugh Now Cry Later," featuring Lil Durk, pushes 7-6 on the Hot 100, after debuting at its No. 2 peak, and notches a sixth week atop the multi-metric Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart (where it marks Drake's record-setting 21st No. 1).
Justin Bieber's "Holy," featuring Chance the Rapper, backtracks 6-7 on the Hot 100, after debuting at its No. 3 high, and Gabby Barrett's "I Hope," featuring Charlie Puth, drops 5-8, after reaching No. 3, as it dominates the multi-metric Hot Country Songs chart for a 19th week.
Bobby Helms' "Jingle Bell Rock," first released in 1957, gallops 31-9 on the Hot 100, up by 58% to 18.9 million streams, 7% to 19.3 million in radio audience and 41% to 5,000 sold. It vaults 18-5 on Streaming Songs, 36-13 on Digital Song Sales and 41-37 on Radio Songs.
Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, BTS' "Dynamite" descends 3-10, after the South Korean group's first all-English language single premiered as its first Hot 100 No. 1. This week, it becomes BTS' first Radio Songs top 10 (11-10; 44.5 million, down 4%). The single is also the first Radio Songs top 10 by an all-South Korean act; previously, PSY hit a No. 12 high with "Gangnam Style" in 2012.
(Outside the Hot 100's top tier, BTS' "Life Goes On" tumbles from No. 1, where it launched a week earlier, becoming BTS' third No. 1 and the chart's first leader sung predominantly in Korean, to No. 28. The song makes the second-greatest fall from the top spot, behind only the 1-33 plummet for 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj's "Trollz" on the July 4-dated chart.)
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