Mariah Carey's 'Merry Christmas' Replaces Her Own 'Caution' at No. 1 On Top R&B Albums Chart


Mariah Carey turns into the primary artist to interchange herself at No. 1 on the Top R&B Albums chart since its inception in 2012. The diva’s Merry Christmas leaps Four-1 on the rating dated Dec. Eight and deposes her personal LP, Caution, which slips 1-Eight in its second week.

Christmas, launched in 1994, earned 24,000 equal album models within the week ending Nov. 29, in response to Nielsen Music, whereas Caution netted 14,000 models.

As Christmas ascends, Carey collects her third chief on the chart, following Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse, a one-week champ in 2014 and Caution.

In addition to its Top R&B Albums coronation, Christmas additionally rallies 24-9 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and 50-19 on the Billboard 200.

Nearly 25 years after its debut, Christmas persistently stays one of many prime performing vacation albums every year, with its success largely traceable to “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” nearly a contemporary commonplace within the vacation catalog.

“All I Want” additionally makes its annual return to a number of Billboard charts, together with a 29-14 surge on the Billboard Hot 100 and a 30-Eight roar on Streaming Songs. The tune additionally inaugurates this 12 months’s first version of the seasonal Holiday 100 chart in a well-recognized spot -- No. 1 -- for its 31st week general.