Taylor Swift maintains both the No. 1 song and album on the country charts for the week ending on Dec. 23, 2021. “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” adds 8.6 million streams, contributing to a cumulative 113 million RTD. The single comes from the week’s No. 1 album, Red (Taylor’s Version), which earned 76,000 in total consumption (46,000 album only/36 million song streams).
Morgan Wallen‘s Dangerous: The Double Album takes the second spot on the top country albums, gaining 48,000 in total consumption (4,000 album only/54 million song streams). Burl Ives‘ Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer comes in third with 35,000 streams, Brenda Lee‘s Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree takes fourth with 31,000 streams, and Carrie Underwood‘s My Gift seals the top five with 29,000 streams.
Walker Hayes‘ “Fancy Like” keeps its place at No. 2 on the country songs chart with 7 million streams, and Jordan Davis and Luke Bryan stay at No. 3 as “Buy Dirt” earns 5.2 million streams. Dustin Lynch and Mackenzie Porter move up one to fourth with “Thinking ‘Bout You” adding 5.1 million streams, knocking Wallen down to No. 5 as “Wasted On You” gains 4.4 million streams.
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