What is the holiday season without Christmas songs that have always been among the chartbusters? Music helps us calm down and enter a whole new world when are stuck. With the holiday season looking very different this year due to the second global coronavirus wave and travel restrictions, celebrating may be difficult for many.
Every year, there are some Christmas songs that are played over and over again since they have become classics. And this year would be no different. While you are enjoying the wonderful lyrics and tunes of these songs, their artists are earning from them too, thanks to royalties.
At the top of this list is Slade's 'Merry Christmas Everybody' from 1973, which has crossed 500,000 pounds until now. On numbers 2 and 3 are 'Fairytale of New York' (1987) by The Pogues and 'All I Want for Christmas is You' (1994) by Mariah Carey. To learn how much they have earned so far and some more names of the richest Christmas royalty earners, have a look at the following infographic.
Infographic by: GlowMedia