This year we saw Taylor Swift clapping back at the haters, Post Malone feeling like a rock star (deservedly so) and a perky girl from the Bronx showing us a thing or two about her money moves.
After first charting in December 2009 and reaching as high as No. 2 in December 2015, Madonna’s “Santa Baby” reaches the summit as it leap-frogs 19-1 this week. It’s the first Christmas song to top the countdown. G-Eazy zooms 13-2 with “No Limit (feat. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B.” Motion Picture Soundtrack fly into the Top 5 with “Black Doves” (up 14-3). flying at No. 14.
David Myles stays on top for a second week with “Real Love.” Meanwhile, Myles Parrish jumps 14-2 with “Celebration (feat. Lost Boy).” Motion Picture Soundtrack are this week’s high debuters with “Black Doves” flying at No. 14.
Canadian crooner David Myles earns his second chart-topper as “Real Love” skips 3-1. He last hit the top when “What Would I Have To Do?” spent a week at No. 1 back in June 2013. Elsewhere, Madonna re-enters at No. 18 with holiday staple “Santa Baby.”
Sir Sly stay “High” on top for a second straight week. The Queen of Pop re-enters at No. 15 with “Music,” while Allman Brown, Rod Stewart, Exile and New Kids On The Block debut in the lower part of the chart.