Twitter Streets: Hot Trends Today- December 4
The Weeknd, Post Malone Dominate Billboard’s 2020 Year-End Charts
Billboard has released the official end-year charts of the world’s biggest songs. The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” leads the 2020 Hot 100 Songs – having spent the most weeks in the top five and the top 10 among all titles in the chart’s 62-year history. Post Malone’s “Circles” and Roddy Ricch’s “The Box” round up the top 3 spots. Ricch also dominates the year-end Streaming Songs chart with Post Malone leading in Radio Songs and BTS bagging the Digital Song Sales rights.
Billboard’s year-end music recaps represent aggregated metrics for each artist, title, label and music contributor on the weekly charts dated Nov. 23, 2019, through Nov. 14, 2020, according to the music media brand.
Check out the full year-end’s chart in music here.
The top Social 50 artists of 2020 ?
— billboard (@billboard) December 3, 2020
thank y’all for listening ❤️ https://t.co/Oq72llc9qX
— Dan + Shay (@DanAndShay) December 3, 2020
WOW, thank you so much @billboard! What an honor!!
— Black Eyed Peas (@bep) December 3, 2020
TikTok Unveils 2020’s Biggest Creators and Trends
TikTok has unveiled its top 100 creators, trends and videos of 2020. In their blog titled “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” the short-form mobile video platform named Charli D’Amelio, Tabitha Brown and Bella Poarch as the top 3 creators globally. “It’s been our honor to watch these videos and creators grow and share what have become iconic, sometimes even life-changing, moments of 2020”, said Lee Hunter, TikTok’s General Manager.
Reps from the firm note that the list was created based on “total engagements on the app including views, creations, growth and likes”.
Top TikTok creators of 2020 in US:
1️⃣ Charli D’Amelio
2️⃣ Tabitha Brown
3️⃣ Bella Poarch
4️⃣ Devon Rodriguez
5️⃣ Wisdom Kaye
7️⃣ Addison Rae
8️⃣ Michael Le
9️⃣ Chriselle Lim
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— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) December 3, 2020
#TikTok Shares Insights into its Top Creators, Clips, Trends and More.
TikTok has continued its meteoric rise in 2020, despite various, significant challenges that have impeded its growth. pic.twitter.com/3vG8q9bIQC
— ilink (@ilink_co) December 3, 2020
The social media video app on Wednesday shared its list of top 100 videos, creators and trends in America during 2020, recapping a year of viral videos that were sometimes a needed distraction in a tumultuous year. https://t.co/8j8swSDWq8
— KOMO News (@komonews) December 3, 2020
‘The Dig’ Trailer Released
Netflix has dropped the official trailer of their upcoming flick, “The Dig”. The Simon Stone-directed drama follows Basil (Ralph Fiennes), an archaeologist who embarks on the historically important excavation of Sutton Hoo in 1938.
The official synopsis, according to Netflix, reads: As WWII looms, a wealthy widow (Carey Mulligan) hires an amateur archaeologist (Ralph Fiennes) to excavate the burial mounds on her estate. When they make a historic discovery, the echoes of Britain’s past resonate in the face of its uncertain future.
Starring Johnny Flynn, Ben Chaplin, Archie Barnes, Monica Dolan and Ken Stott, “The Dig” arrives in theatres January 15th and on the streaming platform January 29th, 2020.
Archaeology movies always worth a share. Sutton Hoo ship burial excavation, 1939. But.. “The Dig” – really? When did titles become such an afterthought? pic.twitter.com/UGDttLLIpY
— Gareth Harney (@OptimoPrincipi) December 3, 2020
I watched this with great trepidation… and now know they got it totally right. Insanely excited for this magic. “The Dig” (about discovery of Sutton Hoo) on Netflix in Jan. Starring Ralph Fiennes. https://t.co/Uldn2SD7By
— Professor Sarah Parcak (@indyfromspace) December 3, 2020
Netflix dropped the trailer for The Dig aka Lily James’ next movie at like 3 am and when i woke up in the middle of the night as I often do at like 6 am I wasn’t prepared.
— Elizabeth Nicole (@AwkwardPancake) December 3, 2020