Michael Bublé, Mariah Carey, and Frank Sinatra Bring Christmas Back into the Music Charts!

Michael Bublé, Mariah Carey, and Frank Sinatra Bring Christmas Back into the Music Charts!

What you need to know about the Music Charts on November 26, 2021:

The Most Influential Artists are Kanye West, Glass Animals, The Kid LAROI, and Rod Wave.

The Most Streamed Artists are Michael Bublé with 1.1M+ streams; GAYLE, 1.0M+; Mariah Carey, 1.0M+; and Morgan Wallen, 959.6K+.

The Highest Earning Artists are Billie Eilish with $3.00K+ revenue; Morgan Wallen, $2.97K+; Frank Sinatra, $2.97K+; and Michael Bublé, $2.94K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “Good 4 You,” by Olivia Rodrigo with 821.6K+ streams; “Yonaguni,” by Bad Bunny, 815.3K+; “Cold Heart - PNAU Remix,” by Elton John, featuring Dua Lipa, 806.7K+; and “Family Ties,” by Baby Keem, featuring Kendrick Lamar, 797.2K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “Good 4 You,” by Olivia Rodrigo with $2.38K+ revenue; “Already Dead,” by Juice World, $2.37K+; “Strangers By Nature,” by Adele, $2.36K+; and “Kiss Me More,” by Doja Cat, featuring Sza, $2.36K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Michael Bublé and Billie Eilish. Michael Bublé has been the Most Streamed Artist on November 25, where he gets 1.1M+ streams after releasing his viral single It's Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas on October 24, 2011. Billie Eilish has been the Highest-Earning Artist on November 24, attaining a $3.00K+ revenue after releasing her hit song Happier Than Ever on July 30. Michael Bublé moved up 76 positions in 18 days (78%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Billie Eilish moved down 12 positions in 30 days (-133%) on the artist revenue chart.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Good 4 You” by Olivia Rodrigo. “Good 4 You” has been the Most Streamed Song and the Highest-Earning Song since November 25, attaining  821.6K+ streams and $2.38K+ revenue after being released on May 14. “Good 4 You” moved down 8 positions in 30 days (-62%) on the song streaming chart, and moved down 9 positions in 30 days (-75%) on the song revenue chart.



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