9. Michael Bublé – It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas
Michael Bublé – It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas
Prior to that Michael Bublé does interpreter It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas, this isPerry Como and The Fontane Sisters, who have made known in 1951. Written by Meredith Willson, it has been revived many times, that this is by Alvin and the Chipmunks, Bill Crosby, Andrea Bocelli or even the stars of Glee.
8. Johnny Hallyday – My most beautiful Christmas
Johnny Hallyday – My most beautiful Christmas
The French singer has also sung a Christmas song. My most beautiful Christmas performed by Johnny Hallyday appears on the album My truth released in 2005 and is aimed directly at Jade, one of the girls adoptive of the late rocker.
7. Sia – Santa’s Coming For Us
Sia – Santa’s Coming For Us
Sia also launched the songs of Christmas with Santa’s Coming For Us. A music which reminds of the Santa Claus Is Coming to Town John Frederick Of and Haven Gillespie. In the clip, the artist has made use of several actors such as Kristen Bell and Henry Winkler.
6. XXXTentacion – hate will never win
XXXTentacion – hate will never win
Even the rapper XXXTentacion had tried the Christmas song with, among others, hate will never win , which means that “hatred ever will”.
5. Sia – Snowman
Sia – Snowman
As Anna in” The Snow Queen, Sia also sings on a snowman in his piece Snowman, in a version that is as melancholic. And as for Olaf, who loves the heat but can’t take advantage of it to avoid melting, she asks her snowman from “don’t be afraid of the sun”.
4. Ariana Grande – Santa Tell Me
Ariana Grande – Santa Tell Me
In Santa Tell Me, Ariana Grande demand to Father Christmas to tell him if the guy is really in love with her. Because the ex-fiancée of Pete Davidson has had enough of the sorrows of the heart and feel not in the mood of the festivals of end of the year.
3. XXXTentacion – A Ghetto Christmas Carol
XXXTentacion – A Ghetto Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is a tale of the cult of Christmas. XXXTentacion there was a reference in its title A GHETTO CHRISTMAS CAROL.
2. Wham! – Last Christmas
Wham! – Last Christmas
George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley formed the group Wham! in the 1980’s. After their success of Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go, they return to the top of the charts in Christmas 1984, thanks to Last Christmas (which is also the name of the new Christmas movie with Emilia Clarke). The times of this tube have been multiple, Ashley Tisdale Crazy Frog passing by Ariana Grande, Carly Rae Jepsen, Coeur de Pirate and even Dalida (in French with come Back to me).
1. Mariah Carey – All I Want for Christmas Is You
Mariah Carey – All I Want for Christmas Is You
Undisputed queen of Christmas songs with All I Want for Christmas Is You, Mariah Carey has more than 520 million streams on Spotify with this hymn in the world. 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the song celebration, a chance for the diva to collaborate with Spotify in a video announcing officially the beginning of the period of the Christmas songs. It should be noted that the album All I Want for Christmas Is You has been remastered and is available exclusively on Spotify.