Hot 100: Pentatonix’s “Hallelujah” Debuts At #32

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Powered by impressive weekly streaming and sales activity, Pentatonix’s “Hallelujah” scores a prominent position on this week’s Billboard Hot 100.

The song, which appears on the a capella group’s new “A Pentatonix Christmas,” earns #32 on this week’s Billboard Hot 100.

It is the week’s second-highest-ranking debut; only Drake’s “Fake Love” (#24) starts higher.

“Hallelujah,” moreover, ranks as the group’s third Top 40 hit. Previous Top 40 entries include “Little Drummer Boy” (#13 peak) and “Mary, Did You Know?” (#26 peak).

Written by Brian Cantor

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