Mariah Carey: “All I Want For Christmas Is You” Still Atop Billboard’s Global Charts

One of the most popular Christmas songs “All I want for Christmas is you” from Mariah Carey, maintains its position of the most important song in the world. This is because, for this week, it continues to rank No. 1 on the US Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl charts.

For starters, Mariah Carey’s “All I want for Christmas is you” has accumulated 97.8 million views (7% less) and 11,900 sales (30% less) worldwide, compared to records made since December 24-30.

The following three holiday themes on the Global 200 remain in place: “Last Christmas” by Wham! (in second place); “Rockin ‘around the Christmas tree” by Brenda Lee (in third place and “Jingle bell rock” by Bobby Helms (in fourth place).

In position 10 of the same rankin, is “Feliz Navidad”, by José Feliciano, who went up one box on the list and has registered 46.9 million views worldwide (1% more compared to last week) .

Billboard has two global charts: one that rates songs and is based on streaming, and another that tracks sales activity in more than 200 countries around the world. All this data is collected by MRC data.

The Billboard Global 200 list includes world data, while the Billboard Global Excl. is concentrated in the United States.

The rankings of the charts are based on a formula that incorporates broadcasts from the artists’ official channels, including the number of subscribed accounts. In addition, it takes as a reference the advertising of audio and video music services, as well as sales made by downloads.