The list is dominated by commercial hit hunters.
Just days after “All I Want for Christmas is You” hit No. 1 for the first time.
The first holiday song to top the chart’s since the 1958 tune “The Chipmunk Song”.
The band’s third album moved 28,000 units in the U.S. during its first week of release.
“Social Cues” is the Kentucky rockers’ latest single to reign supreme.
The hard rock revivalists’ single “When I’m Gone” sits atop the latest song tally.
Ozzy’s “Take What You Want” collaboration with Post Malone and Travis Scott landed at No. 8 on the songs chart.
King Kendrick’s now-classic sophomore record has been on the charts or 358 weeks.
The band’s third No. 1 album is also the biggest week for any rock record in over one year.
The metal band has scored its third straight chart-topping album with its latest LP.
Tool’s back catalog of albums experienced great success after being made available to digital services.
Eilish joins Alanis Morissette and Sinead O’Connor as the only female solo artists to have acheived multiple alternative No. 1 songs.