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US Top 10 Singles Tracking 12-31-21 – 1-6-22

1 – Easy On Me – Adele – B

2 – Stay – The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber – A-

3 – Heat Waves – Glass Animals – B

4 – Shivers – Ed Sheeran – C+

5 – We Don’t Talk About Bruno – Encanto Cast – A-

6 – Industry Baby – Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow – A

7 – Cold Heart (Pnau Remix) – Elton John and Dua Lipa – A

8 – Bad Habits – Ed Sheeran – B+

9 – Need To Know – Doja Cat – B

10 – Super Gremlins – Kodak Black – B+

Comment: I missed the Kodak (I didn’t even know he released it as a single), , but it is catchy kiddie rap, Adele back on top, Xmas xver for sure, and Lin Manuel with a smash.

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