Weekly Register: Carrie Underwood’s ‘My Gift’ Stays At No. 1

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Christmas music is ruling the charts again this week, with Carrie Underwood‘s My Gift staying at No. 1 on the country albums list, and coming in at No. 5 on the all-genre rankings.

There’s no movement in the country top 5 albums from last week, featuring holiday projects by Underwood (53K total consumption), Dolly Parton (No. 3, 31K), and Gene Autrey (No. 5, 21K), as well as Luke Combs‘ What You See Is What You Get at No. 2 (35K), and Chris Stapleton‘s Starting Over at No. 4 (27K).

Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” comes in as the top streaming song in the nation, racking up 29 million streams this week and soaring over the 1 billion mark RTD. Last year it reached No. 1 for the first time ever.

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Russell Dickerson’s “Southern Symphony” entered the country singles streaming chart at No. 72 with 1.8 million streams, and the album of the same title debuted on the country albums chart at No. 14 with 9.5K (3.1K album only/7.6M song streams).

Indie songwriter Trey Lewis is stirring up the country singles chart with “Dicked Down in Dallas,” which was last week’s top debut at No. 15, and slides to No. 3 this week.

The Top 5 Country songs
Luke Combs “Forever After All” 7.1M this week /82M RTD
Gabby Barrett “I Hope” 6.9M/497M
Trey Lewis “Dicked Down In Dallas” 6.3M/11M
Morgan Wallen “More Than My Hometown” 6.1M/192M
Morgan Wallen “Somebody’s Problem” 6.1M/27M

The overall top album this week belongs to pop hitmaker Shawn Mendes, who debuted Wonder with 89K (54K album only/44M song streams).

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