The modern holiday classic from 1994 finally completes the longest ever trip to the top of the Billboard singles chart, becoming Mariah’s 19th song to do so and making the singer the solo artist with most Billboard Hot 100 chart-toppers.
This uptemo love song declares that the narrator does not care about Christmas presents or lights; all she wants for Christmas is to be with her lover. “All I Want For Christmas Is You” has been established as a Christmas standard and sold more than 14 million copies globally since its debut.
This song charts every holiday season since its original release, being regarded as “the biggest Christmas song of all time”.
When I wrote ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ it was my dream for it to become a classic Christmas song. I am so proud of the song’s impact as it continues to create memories for fans each year. I am thrilled to be able to bring the story of the song to new generations of families with the picture book.
“Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree” was first released in 1958 and didn't dent the charts that year or the next year, but in 1960 after Brenda Lee scored a few hits, this song caught on and became a Christmas classic.
By the song's 50th anniversary in 2008, Lee's original version had sold over 25 million copies with the 4th most digital downloads sold of any Christmas single.
Lee was just 13 years old when she recorded this song in 1958. She once said that
We cut that, as you do most Christmas songs, in the heat of summer. I remember I walked into the Quonset Hut where I did everything,” Lee says of the legendary Nashville studio. “[Producer] Owen [Bradley] had it all decked out like Christmas. I was only 12 going on 13, so that was a biggie to me. Everybody was dressed Christmassy and the lights were low. He had a Christmas tree. It was wonderful.”
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This is considered the first mainstream rock 'n' roll Christmas song. Although this was released only two days before Christmas in 1957, the single still hit #6 on the pop chart. The song was re-released around Christmas in 1958 and again in 1960, making it back to the charts each time.
Helms' version has been used in several TV shows, including The Wonder Years, Chuck, House M.D., It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Simpsons, South Park, Family Guy and Once Upon A Time. It's also featured in the movies Lethal Weapon (1987), Home Alone 2: Lost In New York, Jingle All The Way (1996), and Vanilla Sky (2001).
“A Holly Jolly Christmas” was first released by Decca Records in October 1965. This Christmas song was written by Johnny Marks and most famously performed by Burl Ives.
Ives’ ‘A Holly Jolly Christmas’ is part of a new initiative to bring reimagine holiday classics for the modern era. The song’s humourous new video homes in on the now customary pre-Christmas Black Friday rush, with consumers literally fighting each other to get their hands on the best bargains in everything from toys to electronic goods.
The track was released on September 3, 2019, on YouTube as the third single from Post Malone’s third studio album Hollywood’s Bleeding and it has soon received more than 2.6 million views on its release day. You can save it from YouTube to MP3 on this site.
Globally, this new single earned more than 4.77 million plays, landing at No. 2 behind Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello's worldwide smash, "Señorita." A snippet of the track originally surfaced online in July of 2019 and the full song was leaked online later in August.
This medieval-themed music video features Post Malone being killed by a group of zombies, rising from a grave and visiting a love interest who uses her hair to let the man climb up.
Roxanne is a 2019 single by Arizona Zervas. It started gaining traction on the popular app TikTok in October of 2019.
Roxanne is a song that describes a girl called “Roxanne,” who, according to Arizona, likes to party and spend her dad’s money. It describes his relationship with her and just in general, how she acts and is.
Arizona Zervas said this about the song:
“It was a song about a girl I wanted but couldn’t have and didn’t need”.
Andy Williams' 1963 holiday hit "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" returns to the Billboard Hot 100 chart once again. Last December was the first time the song broke into the top 40 of the Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 32. This year, it has already re-entered at the No. 21 spot.
The popular Christmas song begins with an energetic intro and features lyrics about warm and cozy winter events including "Parties for hosting/ Marshmallows for toasting/ And caroling out in the snow."
The music video, starring the former Doctor Who star (and Lewis' distant relative) Peter Capaldi, depicts him as a widower. He is content; however, when he meets a young mother and her family, who his wife had donated a heart to, and he gets to listen to her heartbeat again.
“Someone You Loved” was Lewis’ first UK number 1 single and spent seven consecutive weeks at the top. It also hit #1 on Scotland and Ireland’s charts.
The song is an evolution of the more acoustic sound put forth in Maroon 5’s sixth studio album, Red Pill Blues, and specifically their #1 hit, “Girls Like You.”
Lyrically, the song is a reflective look back at the past, while also paying homage to those in our lives who may no longer be with us.
On the remix of her 2016 single “Good as Hell” from the Coconut Oil EP, Lizzo recruits fellow Boca Raton, Florida native singer, Ariana Grande.
The original saw a revived popularity during the fall season of 2019, especially after her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, leading to this remix which released on October 25th.