Lindsey Stirling’s “Hallelujah,” James Bay’s “Let It Go” Debut on Billboard Hot 100

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Thanks to their respective tracks “Hallelujah” and “Let It Go,” Lindsey Stirling and James Bay make their first appearances on the Billboard Hot 100.

Stirling’s rendition of the classic grabs the #81 position on this week’s chart, which ranks songs based on combined activity from sales, streaming, and radio airplay. “Hallelujah” trails Chris Brown’s #80 “Zero” as the week’s second-highest-charting debut.

Bay’s “Let It Go” grabs the #98 position on this week’s chart.

Written by Brian Cantor

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