“Snowflakes” Debuts At #71 On Billboard Hot 100, Becoming Tom MacDonald’s Highest-Ranking Hit

The rapper previously charted with “Fake Woke.”

Tom MacDonald in Snowflakes | YouTube video screen

Thanks to an impressive opening week performance, Tom MacDonald’s “Snowflakes” debuts on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song takes #71 on the listing, which ranks songs from all genres based on sales, streaming, and radio activity.

“Snowflakes” fared particularly well on the sales front, having spent much of the week at #1 on the US iTunes chart. It also attracted solid opening week streaming interest; radio was not, however, a factor.

In debuting at #71, “Snowflakes” surpasses the #96-peaking “Fake Woke” to become the artist’s highest-ranking hit yet.

Written by Brian Cantor

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